I think it's only Andrea, Linda, Minn, BD, and me.
I cannot get over this Mel Gibson shit. He is the gift that keeps on giving.
He is one of my all-time favorite celebrities at this point.
Is all that they write about him for real?. If only 10% is real, he'll need professional psychological help. WTF is wrong with that guy?
yeah I neglected to mention that but usually Gladiator and Braveheart go hand it hand. And they all love U2.
I liked The Gladiator, wasn't fond of Braveheart, I like U2 (prefer their 80s stuff) but I don't love them and I think that the Da Vinci Code is crap.
WTF is that other thread here? One leaves for a few days and mess happens.
I see you made friends in the other thread, maybe I should try too
Stay out of it.
I know that you're the epitome of cool but I do think that in the player forums, people have the right to post certain things - things that are not cool, balanced, smart but just fan-related stuff - without being the target of mockery and without people telling them what an idiot they are in their cool eyes.
My 10-year old godson spend two days with me. At the end of it, I took him to the movies and let him pick the movie. I expected him to go for Toy Story or Shrek or something but he went for Eclipse.
Me: Are you sure?, I don't think this is the sort of movie you'll like. (he saw the first two on DVD with his sister so he knows the saga)
(remember he can't really talk) He showed his teeth, bit his own arm and acted an entire vampire scene out with blood dripping from his arm and his eyes sparkling.
Me: wouldn't you rather see Toy Story or Shrek?
Him: *reminds me of the blood dripping* (by that time, the two teenage girls standing before him were about to volunteer to adopt him, I think)
He liked the action scenes. He prefers the bad, red-eyed vampires and he thinks that the wolves are super-cute and cuddly.
He found the smooching scenes boring as hell.
The guy sitting before me actually moved a seat so that he wouldn't have to sit next to his girlfriend (I think that he got tired of all her sighing and swooning).
When Edward, the sparkling discoball vampire proposes for the umteenth but this time, with a huge engagement ring, the guy in front of me said: "Bastard!".
Afterwards, the guy turns around and asks me: "Did you like that? I mean, did you actually like this???"
Me: I went to this movie for him (pointing at my nephew) but I thought that it was too slow too often.
Him: Yeah, too many romantic scenes. (his girlfriend was giggling)