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Worst Movies I've Ever Seen

Woopsy, I got a religeous debate started. This line should read "stook apologizes now for tomorrow concerning fostering such debate."

T'ho

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40409,13861,4432,134,2,Don't apologize - I think AJ

5/10/2009 View
Luke's Recommended Album Game

I'd shay mixed, Moneypenny.

2/27/2006 View
Luke's Recommended Album Game

I so love Pere Ubu, but not this album, although it's great, but I gotta say Terminal Tower is so freakin' much better.

Billabong.

2/26/2006 View
Luke's Recommended Album Game

Thanks for including me in your game. yay.

Sleater-Kinney: The Woods

I thought it was pretty average. I love Dig Me Out and consider that album one of the 50 best of the 90's, and perhaps that is the problem. I've grown used to the minimal punk stylings of this great band and they go all hard rock on my bum. I found most of the songs seriously long winded and it doesn't hold my attention at all. Weird that. :)

2/26/2006 View
Top Ten movies (in progress)

Ms. Foster...a lesbian...the horror. :?O

Dang!

Where did you hear such a rumour?

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7/12/2005 View
Top Ten movies (in progress)

Women who consider themselves too serious, even posh to be cavorted upon by lusting man eyes just don't know men. :)

Humanist it is then.

On a side note, heminism is my personal creation to combat feminism. I grew up with a staunch feminist and soon realized men needed their own arbitrary code of ethics to live by if men intend to flourish in the 21st century. :)

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7/11/2005 View
Top Ten movies (in progress)

1) loving The Usual Suspects
2) name: buddy
3) Overweight pothead
4) Liking actresses bums (Jodie Foster in particular)

There's a definite odour of heminism to your posts as well. (hemanism=femanism for men)

Gender is very important to listology.

How straight people choose to be is completely up to them.

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7/10/2005 View
Top Ten movies (in progress)

Me and my sis were debating whether you were a man or a woman until we saw Anne Of Green Gables on the top of your list. If there was a prize for chick flicks Anne Of thrash the competition.

Don't like The Dark Crystal anymore, my childhood love for that film has turned into a bitter resentment of it's cheesy qualities. You can't go home again.

Good list, Anne is a sparkplug. :?)

7/9/2005 View
Ten Favourite Albums of 2005

Right now I'm loving The Hold Steady: Seperation Sunday, have you heard it?

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7/9/2005 View
A list of all Cliches

Extreme advertising (ie "This Cheez Whiz is so HARDCORE it will KICK YOU RIGHT IN THE FACE!!!!!!!! Are you man enough the handle the Cheez Whiz???????)

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha, that is so true.

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7/9/2005 View
Damn, I only have time to watch movies on weekends part 08: AJ, the toupee, and the groovy movie caper

thanks,

I should point out that I can't stand Batman, as a comic book hero he was slim, angry jockular billionaire fights crime because he was scarred in his youth by bat based trauma (whatever), and the movies just make me roll my eyes. As for gas being less lethal, good point, but why make it less lethal with the stated intentions. I realize I'm asking for some kind of common sense in a movie about a big man bat, but hey. Sin City was so much better, I guess that's my point.

Fantastic Four has gotten an early review.

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7/6/2005 View
Damn, I only have time to watch movies on weekends part 08: AJ, the toupee, and the groovy movie caper

Hi AJ,

Batman Begins was probably the worst blockbuster I've seen this year (not that I've seen a lot), boring claptrap that bitterly holds onto a sense of earnest storytelling whilst being completely devoid of intelligence. For instance, Liam Neeson's character is obviously the villain at the finale, to say that spoils nothing since anyone who couldn't figure that astonishing development needs to lay off the narcotics. Yet he also happens to be the best supporting character of the film, cut off at the knees by wretched plotting. Also, Christian Bale is the best Bruce Wayne since Val Kilmer, but his silly gravelled voice (it made me laugh...often) and protruding chin make him the weakest Batman, I found myself terminally dreading the Bat Suit. And Katie Holmes is dreadfully bad, which isn't a surprise since her character is given only 2 intelligent lines of dialogue in the film, yet she has the right look for the film. Alas the film is a baffling group of contradictions, riddled with idiotic plot holes (how did they save ALL those gassed citizens, etc.) and dreadfully awry action scenes purloined from Wong Kar-Wai, yet directed by an talented person who buoys up these failings with great visual storytelling (in the beginning anyway). Yet what matters most comes down to something simple, no Batman film is worth it's salt if you want to see more Bruce Wayne, is it.

:?)

7/3/2005 View
$500. CASH (Euro or your country equivalent) Awarded to First Listologist to Solve Martin Scorsese Quiz!!

Argh! must...not...kick...fifrieta!

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3/31/2005 View
1985: Movies Sorted By Tier

I hadn't noticed (I'm kind of a stranger around these parts lately) but I'm flattered for your mention of the word excellent in the same sentence with "stooky's review". I'm also glad you liked it even better this time and I can't help but feel I am somewhat responsible for that. What do you think made you like it much better this time around?

I loved The Goonies when I was about 12 as well, watched it about 20 times. I actually didn't mind the whole erection joke either, written by a person who is obviously not a father. :?)

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3/18/2005 View
1985: Movies Sorted By Tier

Goodness, you didn't get to the best part in which Chunk explains how he made an entire theatre barf. Or the collapsing piano room, and stuff.

I guarantee Porco Rosso however, a much better film with a much better moral. Have you seen Naussica In the Valley Of The Wind?

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3/18/2005 View