Welcome to Monday. I hope everyone is having a wonderful day just like me. If not, then cheer up buckaroo… we will always have that weekend in the Gulags. By the way, I saw the new Mummy movie. I won’t even waste my time or yours to write a review on it. As anyone could tell you, it was absolutely awful. Please don’t pay $10 or more to see it. Okay… Tighten your shoelaces, because here we go!
- What do you think of the new James Bond poster? I have accepted him as Bond but he still looks like the spanking villain. He should pull a Peter Sellars/Mike Meyers and play both the villain and the hero. But instead of any prosthetics or changing of his face, he will stay exactly the same. I think they should do that. Definitely.
- Yes yes… As I said up top. New School of Rock movie is moving and it is moving fast. Mike white, writer of the first film, has turned in a draft and Paramount seems to likey likey. The film takes place during a summer school cross-country trip with Jack Black taking the kids to the roots of blues, jazz, and rock ‘n roll!
- By the way, you know how Cleveland from Family Guy is voiced by a white guy? In the spin-off (Cleveland), Cleveland’s redneck neighbor is being voiced by a black guy. Did your mind just get blown? No? Me neither… moving on…
- HBO is open to doing a Sopranos movie. It better be a prequel or else it might be rather boring with a black screen being shown for 90 minutes.
- Alright… it had to come to this. Some asshole had to piss in my apple juice. You all know what I think about urine and apple juice? Makes me kind of cranky and gives me bad breath. That’s what this guy did when he wrote the first bad review of The Dark Knight. Don’t go here if you don’t want to read it. I didn’t read it. After I see the movie, I will read it and then do nothing about it whatsoever.
- I hate ending on a bad note, so why not check out the trailer for the new Ricky Gervais flick? Go here to check out Ghost Town.
Okay. That’s all you get for today my kiddies. Now go accept some candy from mysterious strangers. It’s how I got to where I am today.