Jesus, are there any original storylines left in Hollywood? For all the bitching we do about wrestling storylines not being original, they certainly give us their fill of shit remakes and sequels from Hollywood. Come on, is there really a need for a fucking Legally Blonde 2? But on the topic, I cringe at the thought of this film. Rae Dawn Chong should stick to flying amphibious planes and rocket launcher misfires.
Edit: Spelling sucks.
(edited by Simba on 31.1.03 1146) The WWE could put on 2 hours of Kevin Kelly sitting on the toilet reading a phone book, and I'd still watch next week.
Legally Blonde 2 will make over $100million at the box office. Reese Witherspoon is the sweetest little thing in hollywood, and I know I'll be sitting there on opening day with whistles and bells on... PLEASE do not say bad stuff about her or bad stuff will happen to you, like a hangnail or a stubbed toe or something.
that's ok...we had to live through Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles too.
Original storylines are hard to come by. Not only are there attempted sequels and TV serials, but if it even seems like a new concept, it could already be a Hollywood remake like Father of the Bride , Gone in 60 Seconds, Sweet November, and Mr. Deeds, to name a few. Oh, and don't get me started on Special Edition or Re-Releases...heh
but anyways since this is about C&C, which movies did you like the best among those?
Originally posted by CerebusLegally Blonde 2 will make over $100million at the box office. Reese Witherspoon is the sweetest little thing in hollywood, and I know I'll be sitting there on opening day with whistles and bells on... PLEASE do not say bad stuff about her or bad stuff will happen to you, like a hangnail or a stubbed toe or something.
If they want to make a Witherspoon centered sequel, why can't it be Election 2? "I also like, bananas." OT:isn't Klein only great when he's "acting" stupid?
110402Chicks. Faust:the whole damn IWC needs to take themselves less seriously - and more importantly - take wrestling less seriously. Swordsman Yen:How's this for taking wrestling less seriously? *click*
Originally posted by FurryHippieHmm...I could have SWORN that Chong was dead.
Where has he been all these years?
I actually just met Chong at an autograph singing. Nice guy, and he was pimping that 70s show some. Got a signed polaroid with him between my friend and I, and without even asking in the picture he even did the "Smoking a huge blunt pose".
You don't get it boy, this isn't a mudhole... it's an operating table. And I'm the surgeon. Something tells me to stop with the leg. I don't listen to it. But where in the world is there in the world A man so extroardinaire?
After looking at the IMDB it appears that times have been tough for Tommy in the last decade or so. Still, though, some great movies (from a comedy, if not quality, sense). Yellowbeard remains one of my all time favorite movies which I can't get a copy of. If only it would be released on DVD...
"It takes a whole lotta whiskey to make these nightmares go away" -- Tom Waits, Blue Valentine
I wouldn't go so far as to give Farrell credit for Minority Report and Daredevil. He was just a cog in the machine of both those films. And it could also be argued that Pacino's name carried The Recruit.