I’m not interested in becoming a reputable movie reviewer

Therefore I can admit that I am psyched about seeing 10,000 BC tonight at the cinemaplex near Taco Bell. From the moment I glimpsed a preview for this film about prehistoric mammoth hunters, I knew I had to see it in the theater. I feel like all the decades of improvements in film technology, CGI, and digital post-production have been building up to tonight’s realistic depiction of a saber-toothed tiger eating somebody in a loincloth. I also spent many hours reading the Clan of the Cave Bear series when I was a kid, particularly the sex scenes. I just have a thing for prehistory and I am too lazy to be an archaeologist. I like movies and books to do the work of my imagination. Full review to come!

8 Thoughts on “I’m not interested in becoming a reputable movie reviewer

  1. I didn’t know Benetton made ads in 10,000 BC.

  2. baconfat on March 10, 2008 at 9:03 am said:

    I too read the sex scenes in Clan of the Cave Bear more than once when I was younger.

  3. Bad Catholic!

  4. Christos on March 10, 2008 at 8:56 pm said:

    i love this blog and it’s one of the first things i check when i get online, sometimes i even check it before my myspace account! but, i get pissed off when there is nothing new posted… i mean what the fridge?! get me more deliciously snarky humor and wet and wild stories… NOW! fop whatever you’re doing and WRITE! i need this stuff to fill in the missing pieces of my soul. get up and WRITE!

  5. But I’m so tired from working today and we’re watching a movie about the bombing of Dresden. Can’t I just blog tomorrow?

  6. A reader on March 11, 2008 at 8:11 pm said:

    Personally (concerning the above post by Christos), I think you shouldn’t feel great pressure to post, but should simply do so when you want to. I think your readers will stick with you.

  7. Christos on March 12, 2008 at 2:19 am said:

    the reader above is right, you shouldn’t feel pressure by me or anyone or anything else… xo

  8. My favorite blogs are the ones that are constantly updated, so I understand the frustration. I wish I could blog 100 times a day, but someone else would probably have to pay my bills. But thanks, guys, for your support! Now I have to go to the dentist, because unfortunately, blogging doesn’t fill my cavities either.

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