Tuesday, December 13, 2005
SEE YOU AT THE MOVIES!
-------------------------------------I think my sensitive teeth are getting better with the special gel my dentist gave me. I think. Crossing mee fingers...
But focusing on something more entertaining, how about BAREBACK MOUNTHIM? Looks like it did very well this morning at the Golden Globe nominations. That oughtta frighten and disgust the religious right huh? Gay-themed films did very well overall, signaling Hollywood’s slow but sure acceptance that homosexuality is not to be feared or despised like serial killers or terrorism, but embraced and depicted as a very integral and normal part of all of our lives.
And I’m not just saying this because I’m part of the rainbow pride team, even if I wasn’t, my workplace alone is proof that these people exist and are contributing members of our society. They’re with us at work, in our social lives, and in our families. SO EF YOU YE CONSERVATIVE A-HOLES. Love thy brother and sister o.k? Regardless of whom they decide to pork in bed. Jesus man!
Mind you, Brokeback Mountain was only showing at one theater here in L.A. this past weekend, and it was completely sold out thanks to the other fags dying to see dem cowboys getting it on. I tried to go, but could not get a ticket. It should get better as it opens in more theaters this coming weekend.
Ah, but the big, and I mean BIG release this week is none other than KING KONG. Wow. The reviews this film is getting are astoundingly good and it probably is going to be a massive box office hit a la Titanic back in 1997/1998. It’s the perfect Hollywood film. A damsel in distress, a big special effects creature, a city in chaos...what more do ya need? I’m a big fan of the original 1933 version, and hoping this already known story will have only improved under this magnificent director, Peter Jackson.
As expensive as it has become to go to the movies, PLEASE GO YE faithful blogger! Support good ole’-fashioned entertainment!
That’s the beauty and greatness of our phenomenal country! Well, with significant contributions from the Aussies, Brits, and New Zealanders of course too!