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1. Johnny Depp
2. Christian Bale
3. Ryan Gosling
4. Humphrey Bogart
5. Hugh Laurie
Top 5 Favorite Bands:
1. Red Hot Chili Peppers
2. The Beatles
3. The Clash
Top 5 Favorite Shows:
2. The Office
3. Arrested Development
4. House M.D.
5. How I Met Your Mother
Top 5 Least Favorite Things (Or People) Ever:
1. Scott Baio
3. Brad Pitt
5. Kiddie Pop
Quite Possibly The Funniest Movie You'll See This Decade
Yes, even though Pirates is mainly an Action movie, its usually quite funny.
And this one was no different. A person thats been in captivity for the past ten years could walk into the theater and not know they weren't watching a comedy.
However, that's not a bad thing. It also found a way to wrap up most of the trilogy, without us going "Huh?". I thought this movie was a counter act to Spider-Man 3's disappointment and Shrek the Third's complete abomination.
9/10. I can't sum up the movie without giving you the plot but I can say this:
Go see this movie. You won't be sorry.
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Definitely Not Worth All The Hype.
I will admit that like every other person I shelled out to go see Spider-Man 3 so I wouldn't be left out of the loop. However, even though my expectations were low, I was still disappointed by this movie. I'm not even sure exactly why I was disappointed but I noticed that there was something wrong with it.
The parts that I know that I was upset about were when Harry died and when Peter decided that all of a sudden he'd dye his hair black, or at least it looked that way, and become another Emo kid. The dance was extended for way too long and I found myself laughing at the scene than with it.
But, I did like Eddie Brock and the further development of Harry Osborn in this film. Not to mention Bruce Campbell's part as Maître d'. Venom wasn't used until the end of the film which made me feel cheated. Coming from someone who really likes Venom.
Overall, it made me feel like I was scammed out of my money. Definitely not even close to the genius that was the first two Spider-Man's.
So take my advice and save your money, folks.
Charlie Rose (1991)
Ha ha ha oh Charlie!
Life must be boring as Charlie and I think this show really shows you that. As I said to my mother one time when I was watching Charlie Rose (which I barely ever watch due to its boringness!) that his background is black because he's so poor he can't afford a real background like other hosts (like David Letterman or Conan O'Brien). My college Conan O'Brien, from Late Night with Conan O'Brien, said you know Life is like a box of chocolate you never know what your gonna get. He wrote that line for Forest Gump said it on TV and they stole it from him. Just like Charlie Rose stole his theme song from Paul Shaffer ( Late Night with David Letterman). I hate Charlie Rose's show because if it got any more boring I would die! My mother loves it. Sad enough that means I have respect that show!
Willy Gay or Not?
What the *#$@! This was one of the most freaky movies I have let my eyes befall. If you study symbolic meanings of literature and movies, like I do, you'll see the freakiness (is that a word) of Willy Wonka. I wonder how many viewers knew that the Oompah Loompahs were actually a representation of the African-American community. If you look at how they are "different" colored and subservient, you'll see the racism behind this movie as I and many others have. The same with The Wizard of Oz, which is a symbolic movie about the United States Government...but that's for another day. By the way, has anyone answered the question of whether Willy Wonka is gay or not. That purple outfit was out of style at the time, and a tad bit too flamboyant. Another thing is...does he resemble Michael Jackson---I think so. He might just have molested Charlie, but no one will ever EVER know. Thanks for listening. And Goodnight.
Great Show (6 stars, out of 6) for 24
Now here's a show you can love. Even if you hate it, you looove to hate it. 24 is jam-packed with action and adventure. Not only is it in real-time (which by the way is a major feat in TV syndication), but the plot is so intense, I swear by my beard that I put my mother in a senior home, sold my sister to monkeys, and ate my brother for dinner, just so I could watch it at 9.00pm on Monday. Sadly, I used to be a fan of Seventh Heaven (the second worst show next to Charles in Charge) which used to occupy my time on Mondays because I only have basic cable, but now that 24 is on Monday, I gaffaw at Seventh Heaven. If I could marry a TV show....well let's not go there. Never mind, we'll go there...I'd marry 24. And we could have babies, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29...you know where this is going.
Charles in Charge (1984)
This Show is Boooorrrrinngg!
This show is really boring! I would rather die than watch it again. I hope that you don't watch it either. Charles in Charge has no story line and it has no plots at all this show makes me hate Scot Baio! I'm surprised it lasted more than a month let alone 6 years! I'm surprised that Nick @ Nite is so pathetic that they would even have this show on at 4:30 at night! Instead they should have Three's Company a better funnier show everyone can agree is great and not pathetic and moronic like Charles in Charge. I'm still trying to get that image of a bad comedy out of my head! I hope that the one person that likes this show is in a mental institution because they must be crazy! It annoys me to see such airtime on TV go to waste because some guy was on Happy Days and wants his own show. It is outrageous! It wasn't even his show! Happy Days wasn't about Scot Baio it was about Harry Winkler and Ron Howard those were the main characters. Its people like Scot Baio that destroy peace in this world. HE'S NOT A STAR!