Thursday, May 10, 2007

Well you can tell by the way I use my walk, I'm a Spider-Man, no time to talk.

Why does my mouse suck so much? When did that start? It's frustrating me, it really is.

Cats, I don't want to make a big long post today. Yesterday's was heartwarming enough for a while, I think. Today I went into the city and watched Spider-Man 3 and hung out with Jen, which was fun (because Jen is awesome!) and painful (because Jen is the Queen of the Bitches and I hates her forever. One of these days I will crush you... one of these days).

I'm sure you've heard a whole lot of cinflicting stories on Spider-Man and let me tell you... they're all true. I will say to you this... bangs of evil, musical interlude, and unnecessary Americana all made me suffer a little bit on the inside, but I DID enjoy the overall experience.

On the other hand, the Fantastic Four preview contained a line so horrifying that I had to write it down... "As you know, there have been strange occurences all over the world."

It's so damn cliche I could not help but laugh... nice try, screenwriter. Might want to give that anothor go.

5 Comments:

Blogger Dan said...

That sounds more like a marketing department line than a screenwriter's line. Maybe I'm just defensive because I'm in the middle of writing this damned script.

5/10/2007 6:17 PM  
Anonymous Jen said...

Perhaps you should let the mouse run on its wheelie thing for a bit of exercise?

Oh, Spiderman. I will grant, it was entertaining. If a movie isn't actually good, it requires a certain minimum level of awful to be amusing, and Spiderman far exceeded expectations in that department. The bangs!

And she wubs you, because you are a great big woobie. And also hates you very, very, much, just because.

5/10/2007 9:52 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Did you have people laughing at Harry's big send off?

Because our entire theater erupted into laughter. It's kind of a shame, because I thought Franco did a great job (How's the pie?)--but come on. That was such terribly over-the-top acting, I think we all laughed.

And I'm never ever forgiving the deus ex (slightly homoerotic) butler. Because come on.

5/11/2007 2:52 AM  
Anonymous Ring Lardner said...

A good many young writers make the mistake of enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope, big enough for the manuscript to come back in. This is too much of a temptation to the editor.

5/11/2007 4:59 AM  
Blogger Vincent said...

That's why I e-mail my writings around. Makes 'em easy to delete.

Hey, wait a minute!

5/11/2007 10:56 AM  

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