Oct 1st 2008 9:57PM What? No Alien or Jaws Who made up this list?
Sep 13th 2007 11:11PM If she is prego, I just have one question: What
is going on in Hollywood? Why are all these
women suddenly baby crazy? I think it's a fad
because when you're having or adopting a baby,
the news media is all over you. That's hollywood!
Sep 4th 2007 9:56PM You people need to give this Vick thing a rest...for
good! It was about dogfighting, not child molesting!
OOOPS! I forgot, some of you people value dogs more
than human life...and that is really sad.
Sep 1st 2007 7:46AM So, a lot of you think what that idiot did was
funny, huh? Teens will be teens, huh? Well, what
if instead of Rap, he would've said, "DEATH TO ALL
THE AMERICAN INFIDELS! THIS BOMB I WILL DETONATE
WILL TAKE US ALL TO MEET ALLAH!" Oh, THAT would
be a little different, right?
Aug 31st 2007 6:30AM I'm glad I've got a chance to express my views on
the type of movies that Hollywood are releasing these
days. As an avid movie lover I go to and buy more
movies than the average person and I think that
qualifies me to be a little judgemental. What is a
little disturbing is the lack of good dramas that are
being released. The only type of movies that are
making any money are action movies (Live Free, Die
Hard, one of my favorites), chick-flicks, teen terror
movies and any movie for kids that has a lot of CGI.
I understand that each movie studio has to stay in
business by giving the audience what they want and
it seems to be the only types of films mentioned
above. I think it was Martin Scorssesse who once
said, "I'd like to make a great film that made a ton
of money." His implication was you cannot have it
both ways. The Terminator made a ton of money, but
was not a great film. CRASH was great film, but it
did not make much money. Summer movies are Holly-
woods bread and butter and when September rolls
around you will begin to see films made for the sole
purpose of trying to be Oscar contenders. I love a
good action move, a good comedy and a good sci-fi,
but I also love dramas. But I think they are going
by the way of westerns. When was the last time you
saw adults line up at box office to see a film? The
18 to 25 year olds power movies today and it's a
case of supply and demand. If anyone of you agree or disagree with me, please contact me at JssJames999.
I would love to hear your views on this.
Aug 26th 2007 5:35AM The only movie cliche that irritates me is the one
where a girl goes to the bathroom to get something
from the medicine cabinet. She either opens it up or
bends down and when she raises up, voila! you guessed
it, a face suddenly appears in the mirror. GASP!
Aug 19th 2007 7:26AM This is a clear case of racial profiling. How many
police officers do you know who have nothing better
to do but stop someone because their windows are
tinted "too" dark? C'mon, get real. If it had been
me, I'd have went before the judge to protest and
asked him,"Your, I'd gladly stay within the states's
limit if you can show me just how dark or light my
windows are supposed to be."
Aug 19th 2007 7:14AM First of all, depending on the state and their laws,
Vick could've fought that fine in a number of ways.
How long does it take to buckle up? While the officer
was parking he could've buckled up and argued that he WAS buckled up. Second, is there a meter that will show that a driver's windows are darker than the law allows? Third, every state has a "buckle up" law, but only seven or eight have what is known as a
"secondary law", which means an officer cannot give
you a ticcket for not wearing your seltbelt UNLESS
you commet another infraction. I live in Pennsylvania
and we have this secondary law. I think that officer
was just singling him out and used the tinted windows
as an excuse to give him a ticket.
Aug 14th 2007 1:11PM Do I love long hair on women? Let me count the ways; Christie Ally,
Farrah Fawcett(Charli'e Angels) Demmi Moore and my favorite, at the
moment, Angelina Jolie (in Mr & Mrs. Smith) WHEW! Was she hot!
Aug 14th 2007 1:05PM Hmmm, not too many men responded. Well, here's my take on women
with long hair. I love it! Long hair do indeed make women look even
sexier. Since you ladies are the expert on hair, I'm referring to women
like Angelina Jolie. the way she wore her hair in Mr. & Mrs. Smith gave me
goosepimples! Really. Others that I like, Christie Ally, Demmi Moore and
of course the way Farrrah Fawcett wore hers on the TV series Charli'es
Angels. Now the only way a women's "short" hair can turm me on is if
it's worn like Halle Berry. Nuff said? Nuff said!