Tuesday, September 05, 2006

The Battle That Never Ends


par3182 said...

i think real life is the real problem here; my advice - try and cut back

Glenn Dunks said...

Yeah, real life is incredibly overrated. Sorta like King Kong!! (omgBURN)

Anonymous said...

And "Bobby"? What about the new "work in progress" by Emilio Estevez. The cast is amazing: Demi Moore, Sharon Stone, Anthony Hopkins, Elijah Wood, Lindsay Lohan, Helen Hunt and Estevez himself.
We want more news about it.
Thanks FilmExperience,
Clark and Lois

Alanna said...

Whoa, your blog is Naomi Watts? That's hot.

Emma said...

Lol, I just started college today. Dull. Blogs are the LIGHT!

Witchiepooh said...

Weeeeee! I love it when you post pictures of my boyfriend. By the way, you look a lot like him. Twins?

Oh, and great work as always, even if you feel like you're fighting off real life. I know how that is. I've kept tabs on the blog over the last few weeks (love the lunch polls and your Moulin Rouge! write-up) but with travel and work haven't had time to comment.



witchiepooh. -which pictures are that? which boyfriend

alanna -thank you. it's even hotter when David Lynch guest directs.

par -totally.

glenn -ditto.

mystic -it won't stay that way.

anonymous -why is everyone so excited about bobby?

Witchiepooh said...

Nathaniel -- I was referring to Kong :D

Seriously, I think King Kong is an allegory for the plight of the modern single woman, or really anyone (male or female) who repeatedly falls for the unattainable... but that's just me. And yes, I'm in therapy!

Anonymous said...

Um, excuse me fan people, but you're really not helping here. I, The Boyfriend, am part of "real life". And I will not be referred to as part of the "real problem" and "incredibly overrated." Don't make me go all Miranda Priestly on your ass!

Glenn Dunks said...

Sorry Boyfriend. I suppose you're pretty awesome. :P

Nat, Bobby just seems to have a vibe about it, I think. Plus, it's gonna be weird watching so many celebrities interact on screen like that.

Witchiepooh, lol WHAT? I highly doubt King Kong is an allegory for anything other than excess.

Witchiepooh said...

Kamikaze, while I half have my tongue-in-cheek, I do actually think King Kong can work on a deeper level than just excessive action film made by grown up kid who has cool toys (and I am not denying that on the surface, it is indeed just that). But after repeated viewings I've just come to read it on a level that perhaps PJ didn't intend, the romantic allegory.

Anyway, like I said I'm half-joking with my theory, but you can read more about it on Moviedateranon if you're curious.