Do we really need a movie about everything? As World Trade Center is released I have to wonder who is going to rush out and see this? "What's it going to be kids? World Trade Center, or The Ant Bully?" "Ant Bully! Ant Bully! we want Ant Bully!" And what about popcorn sales during World Trade Center movie? Who's going to sit there and eat popcorn watching this?
Did they sell popcorn at The Passion of the Christ?.. I didn't see the Passion of the Christ. I'd like to continue to think that the book was better.
And do we really need a re-make of every old TV show? I can kind of understand The Flintstones, or Dragnet, but Miami Vice? I can hear the trailer now... " You've heard it in stereo,...Now hear it in Surround Sound!.
I never got the whole Matrix thing,.. until one of the characters had to sit down and explain the whole plot to the audience and Keanu Reeves at the same time. Probably Keanu Reeves said "Look guys, I've been blowing everyone away,.. could you explain my motivation again?"
And Matrix Re-loaded... "We shot a lot of people in Matrix,.. We've re-loaded, and we're going to shoot even more people!". And they make millions. They even sit around the table with Charlie Rose and talk it over. I just don't get it. Please don't try and explain this to me. I don't want to know.
It's really sad,.. the state of our movies. I think it says something about us. I just hope Tom Hanks turns down the role of Sadam Hussain. That role should go to Mel Gibson.