Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Movie Bits

'Alfie' Flop Blamed On Election
Jude Law's latest film Alfie's poor results at the American box office have been blamed on last week's presidential election. The remake of the 1966 Michael Caine comedy only took $6.5 million during its opening weekend, and landed at number five in the US box office charts. Wayne Llewellyn, the president of distribution at Paramount, blamed the Republican triumph of George W. Bush's re-election may clash with the character's womanizing behavior.
Before you try to find someone else to blame for your stupid movie why don't you look at yourselves first you pathetic pricks.

Ray was really good. Easily one of the best movies of the year so far. Check the Monday post for review and trailer links.

'Colin Farrell turns down lucrative Bond role'
Leave the fucking guy alone. So he doesn't want to give up his professional life to this role for the next seven years. Maybe he doesn't want to just be known as the bond guy (sorry Pierce.) Let the guy live. He's actually a fairly decent actor by the way, you bloodthirsty savages. News flash MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING, and I'm glad that Farrell understands that.

Movies I want to see this weekend:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Five of the pictures didn't show up on today's blog.