Wednesday, November 22
More of A Turn Than A Flop, So Let This River Flow
Trailers & much mo
Well, the wait is over and said wait was well worth it. And besides Thomas Crown the II being shown the door, the other single greatestest aspect of Casino Royale's release is that we can stop seeing the word 'reboot' appear in magazines, newspapers, and whathaves you until they decide to 'reboot' the Leonard Part 6 franchise (btw, even though I have 2.6% filmmmmaking skills, I still want to write and direct Leonard Parts I-V as one movie!). This relief even tops my disdain for the use of the word 'editrix' when critics were reviewing The Devil Wears Prada [see TWS.org review for DIS-dain!]. And while the gadgets are gone, the rest of the stuff one would eggspect is tailor made (but not by one in Panama): ruthless European villian with bleeding eye (check), a cool Felix Lighter (check PLUS for bringing Jeffrey Wright into the mix), and saucy saucy biddies with more than juss boobies (what, u didn't fap that shit yet?).
So with the good, there's always gotta be bad: 2hr 24min. Shave 45 minutes off this baby and you have the bestest Bond flick since the Connery days. Keep it the same length and you have the bestest since The Living Daylights. Oh what, you a T Dalton hater? Thought so. OK, bestest one since Max Zorin was pimp of the blimp. Either way, Daniel Craig rules the school and does it look like I give a damn... about run times?!
Unsatisfied with this?: Netflix the TWS.org Breast In Show stamped Layer Cake [trailer] DUVHS!
Possible Porno Name: Cunt Sea Knows Roy's A$$
Cameow: yep, that awfully smiley bearded man that you can barely see making his way thru Miami airport's security is none other than Virgin gazillionaire Richard Branson, who also somehow netted a cameo in Superman Returns
Apt MPupil3: 'The Gambler' [d] by Kenny Rogers, but not his rotisserie chicken
John Grisham's Jizzum (aka Verdict): Jeepers Worth A Major Peepers
until next thyme, the balcony is clothed...
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