Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Random Sickness and Movie Reviews

Okay, a bit of sickness has kept me away from the warmth of my keyboard, but now I am back, although still slightly sick. Don't worry, you can't catch it over the internet... or at least I don't think you can. I mean, there are viruses out there for your computer, but could you just imagine what it would be like to catch an actual illness from some ad-ware?! You would stop what you're doing because all that you can see in front of you is a little floating window offering antibiotics and all ya gotta do is "click here". You reach out in a futile attempt to get well, but you have just given access to your body by a fatal virus! All of your memories are erased. You shit your pants, vomit, and bleed out of your ears. Your eyeballs are replaced by little tiny blue screens of death. Your friends and family take you in to the hospital where they direct you to the Geek Squad wing. The Geek Doctors (Geektors?) suggest to your family that maybe it's time to trash the older model and upgrade to a new one. Then, they pull the plug on you.

Yeah... that would suck. :-\

Anyway, on to the movies that I've seen recently and my reviews on them (Buy, Rent, Pass), in no particular order:

Pathology: Pretty decent. Not for the faint-of-heart. Rent.

Captive: Lame predictable plot with bland "acting". Pass.

Adventures in Babysitting: Cute time waster. I'm good just watching it the one time. Made me miss the 80's. Rent.

The Color Purple: OMG! Such an awesome flick! I tried to not cry during the movie, but that last scene will reach right in and rip the tears from your ducts! BUY!

The Killing Room: Kinda boring, but the ending made up for it and made me wanting more. Rent.

G.I. Joe: Mindless, slack-jaw, eye-candy. Seriously, don't try to follow the plot. Bad guys vs good guys and things go BOOM, that's all ya need to know. Just a pure frosting movie. Buy.

The Big Tease: Had some funny bits, not many. I'm good with just the once. Pass (sorry Craig).

Santa's Slay: More comedy than horror, weak story, bland acting, fun for just the once. Rent.

Little Black Book: MUCH better than I thought it would be! Saw it at Walmart for four buck so I may just buy it! Buy, duh!

Did you see any of these? What did you think? Let me know by posting a comment! Don't worry, you don't have to have an account here to post a comment. :-P


1 comment:

  1. I have seen none of these movies other than A in of my 80s favorites as well. I just wanted to say thanks for the nightmares from your opening comments about getting a virus from the computer. I now have visions of zombie mutant aliens coming out of my screen, somehow causing me to bleed from the ears and shit my pants. Great. Now I have to stock up on survival gear just to use my computer. Luvs and Huggies.