Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by PitBull, May 8, 2007.
It doesn't prove anything anyway. The logic is flawed.
how is 'Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone' different than 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerors stone'?
The movie was the same. The books were somewhat different just to have one be more British and the other more Americanized in terms of language. I never really understood the reason for the name change for America, though...
Ya'know, I would have liked to have thought of "SM" as a public service announcement.....
Then I moved to Hawaii.
For those of you who don't know: there is no such thing as the beautiful and sexy Hawaiian hula dancer. Every single native over the age of 12 is horribly overweight!! Many of them want their sovereign nation restored, but they wouldn't last very long....they're in such lousy shape that the Murfreesboro Girls Clubs Of America chapter could beat the crap out of them in a war. Most of the Hawaiian warriors would pass out from asphyxiation just running to grab their spears.
There is an epidemic of heart disease deaths and high blood pressure here. Why is this, you ask?
It's because of their horrible, horrible diet and eating habits. These people used to be pretty lean until the military showed up carrying crates of Spam. There are virtually no greens ever served in the islands, and nobody taught them the most basic rules of meal planning.
Now every single meal is served with two scoops of steamed rice and macaroni salad....breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in-between meal snacks. Meats are served with a slathering of 60-weight gravy.
How about a nice Loco Moco for breakfast? That's a hamburger patty on top of a mound of white rice, covered in brown gravy and topped with two fried eggs. MMMMM!!!!! Pass the defibrillator, brah!
It's very difficult to find anything worth eating here...starvation may drive me back to the mainland. You can't order anything here without making sure that you have an ambulance number pulled up on SpeedDial.
So, by comparison, McDonald's looks like it was founded by a joint effort from Richard Simmons and the American medical Association.
Avvie.. i envy you!
heck if i lived in Hawaii, i would work in an aquarium and be in the swimming pool and beach all day living like Adam Sandler in the flick '50 first dates'..
i would be having one night standers with as many female tourists as i can who are looking for an exclusive taste of the island.. and i sure as hell wouldn't be on the internet more than 30 minutes per week.
In an ideal world, that would be a great way to live life here. Unfortunately, everything is so expensive that you have to have 3 jobs all with overtime to live here. You have to remember that the female tourists don't pay for the vacations...their rich husbands do, and they spend all of their time at the hotel instead of travelling the island.
But on the upside, when you're someone like me who has no family and very, very few friends, it's good to sleep on the beach a lot and have a job that involves travelling to the other islands.
Speaking of which, I've written an article about that, but have nowhere to post it...my old roommate is moving back to the mainland to open a Mac store, and is shutting down the website in favor of a business site.
If anyone is interested in reading about the islands, PM me your e-dress and I'll send you the article.
So far I have seen
Pirates of the Caribbean 3
All three have not been the best. Slow start to a massive movie year.
Now I am looking forward to -
POTC Dead mans chest
I loved POTC but the rest were disapointing.
Oceans was slick but I just felt nothing watching it. Highly polished waste of time.
What was great though was at the beginning of the movie 3 guys were smoking pot & being loud & disruptive. After polite please be quiet requests were met with f off, some big dude walked right up to them & said loud enough for everyone to hear; "Shut the F up! If you make one more sound I will kick the f out of all 3 of you. Now DO YOU UNDERSTAND?"
The movie sucked but those 3 guys never made another sound.
Riverman's friends show up with at Oscars...
Through a strange turn of events, I... the man who never goes to the movies, saw 4 movies in a span of 3 days. I saw Surf's Up, Fantastic 4, and sneak previews of Evan Almighty and Ratatouille.
I could've lived without seeing any of them.
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