August 21st, 2006

Argh! by DM424

Update, Snakes in the mutha-f*ckin post!

Ok, so Thursday night elspethnoir and I saw Snakes on a Plane, it was obvious that the film was meant to be a serious action flick, but fell short. The audience was so rowdy that some of the good lines couldn't be heard in their entirety because they all started hooting and hollering because of the line. There were numerous technical flaws with the movie, in the sense that certain things would not happen, but did, but I see this in most movies, it's called suspension of disbelief. Oh, and if you can think of any place that would be a bad place to be bitten by a snake, it happens in this film.

In summation, I laughed most of the way through the movie, I haven't done that in a long time, even watching comedy films. So, even if you think the movie is the dumbest concept ever, much like I did, the film is actually worth viewing in the second run theaters for at least the laugh value. If you really, really, don't want to watch it, at least rent it and watch it when it comes out on DVD.

Oh, some trivia, "This film's title originated at an after-work happy hour among Hollywood colleagues to see who could come up with the most awful pitch for a movie. Producer David Berenson, who worked for DreamWorks at the time, gave his pitch for this movie based on a script called "Venom."" source: IMDB

Anyone that knows me would know, I am very critical of movies, and it's extremely rare that a movie would get a response like this from me.

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This is great for people with too much time on their hands. People at organize zombie mob outings where they roam around a city disrupting things. It is quite amusing.
They have many posted photos and video clips.

August 19th they attacked downtown San Francisco, and even invaded the Apple store where they disrupted the Bandwidth Shindig

Snakes Inside Icon

A stupid thing I had to do with my new user pic

Ouroboros, the snake swallows its own tail --
Venom slowly slides up the spine.

Ouroboros, the snake swallows its own tale --
A surprising act of honesty in the decline.

[Unpublished poem by poet and Pacifica Myth student, Katherine L. Morrow:]

Yes folks, it's a Ouroboros
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