Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Rental!

I am so glad I never saw this in the theatre. If I had, I'd probably had to excuse myself for gagging to death. But as a rental with three of my hilarious roommates commenting all the way through- this movie is an experience. Not one I'm saying you should go out of your way to HAVE, or anything, but definately one that may give you sideaches from laughing. And maybe one that will inspire you to decorate your room with Ashton pictures. And maybe it would be good for drinking games at how many times you can have slow-mo frames, or how many parallels they try and draw out so the movie appears to have depth, or how many times the movie can end but still keep on going. Finally, I recommend you place bets on who's going to die, since it is inevitable.

Something to make up for the pain:Also: Ashton has webbed toes on his left foot. I find that unsettling. But I'll bet that explains why he is so darned good in this movie!

5 comments:

f*bomb. said...

I swear, Blogg is NOT mutating into Teen Beat (with all the relationship tit-for-tat and pictures of Ashton). You voted. This is what you wanted. And my roommates will be printing out these pictures and posting them above their beds ANY MINUTE NOW...

rhyll said...

Ashton is beautiful. and i don't love ashton kutcher. so, sorry to be another groupie, but i can't stop staring.

that movie is amazing.

f*bomb. said...

That's the thing. It's like staring at the sun. You know it can't be good for you. You're a little curious and embarassed to, because you already know exactly what it is. But you look anyway. And it's painful a little bit, but you just can't turn away.

This movie has the 40something female demographic in the bag, and I think it's hardcore lobbying for the tweens on up. The women who cast this film are genius.

louisgray said...

I saw this movie on a plane (East to West) after ignoring it the first time around. It's a great film to watch on a plane because once you land, you never have to think about it again. But I've long ago resolved never to pay a dime for Costner or Ashton, to be honest. Blech. :-)

f*bomb. said...

I agree, King Louis; never was a Costner fan, and Ashton...well...Behind Kitty and Fez, he was one of my favourite characters on That 70's Show.
True story.