Saturday, February 27, 2010

True movie love, taboos more Larry the Cable Guy

So... "The Biggest Taboo" turns out to be playing an old record in a cabin that chants evil to possess & zombie-fy all it comes in touch with the girl that gets attacked by the tree branches... ouch?

Huh. Well, I still think Sade could probably make a song out of that. If nothing else I really want to hear her try.

"The biggest tabooo... is becoming host to a Kandarian demon... the biggest taboo...for God's sake, what happened to her eyyyyes, baaaaby...."

I can't think of anything to say to this, it makes that little sense. All I can do is point and say "Look, look! This is what comes out when a movie gets filtered through this persons brain and out their fingers!!" That, and oh hey- it's that girl from Up in the Air and the Twilght movies.

Oh, was that boring? Excuse me! Sometime my views are not the helper. I have just tried. :(

I'm glad there was nothing offensive in this for her (save for the filmmaker's regard for the viewers intelligence) but just because she's 88 and needs you to set up the DVD player for her doesn't mean you should force the poor woman to watch Larry the Cable Guy movies.
C'mon, she carried you for 9 months! You can at least carry in the complete series of The Golden Girls.

Sun rise, sun set. Son rise, Golden TV set...

I have no idea what this lady is on about. Except I know how Zsa Zsa feels about marriage:

"A man in love is incomplete until he has married. Then he's finished."
"Getting divorced just because you don't love a man is almost as silly as getting married just because you do."
"I am a marvelous housekeeper. Every time I leave a man I keep his house."

Sometimes you need to find a middle ground with understanding/relating to reviewers. I tend to find comfort in fabulous ruffles and jewels, darling.

Alright, after that last review- to prove I'm not made of stone (or diamonds, as the case may be. No competition from over here, Rob Pattinson!) The below review is not bad at all. It even has a heartwarming ending. No fooling!
Aw, I love reviews with a happy ending. :) Let's look at some later reviews from the same fella and see how the relationship is going...

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She... bought you "Thumb Wars: The Last Cuticle" and "Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself". For your birthday.

Love is dead.

1 comment:

  1. you keep on... keep on bringing out... the undead in me

    I was all over Baitshop until that damned spoiler. Who knew there'd be a good guy in it?

    Damn. Dan in Real Life IS a good movie... and then they had to go giving Jeff Dunham equal love? I suspect he loved Dane Cook in Dan in Real Life too, but wished he'd been whackier and spouted some of his humorous observational insights on life.