Saturday, March 7, 2009

Meme!

So, I was tagged by Riot Kitty the other day.

List 8 things that you know about on your chosen subject.

I racked my brain and really couldn't think of anything. But, I'm giving it a try and not too seriously. It's my first real meme after all, and I'll improve in time, dammit!

The Top 8 Rules for Movies

1. Horror Movies: Yeah, this was in Scream, but I'm putting a different twist. If you drink, do drugs or have sex, you're dead. A dude in a hockey mask or ugly-ass Christmas Sweater will fillet you dead. No Sex In Bunk Beds, teenage camp counselors.

2. Superhero Movies: Like a Disney movie, there is tragedy. Somebody close to you will die. Ever hear of a happy superhero? No, you haven't! Spider-Man: Uncle Ben. Batman: parents. This list goes on.

3. If you're in a cop movie, don't pair up with the officer who's on the first day on the job, or on the last day. Disaster and death ensues.

4. If you see a traditionally comedic actor with a beard, they're in a serious movie. Ashton Kutcher in The Butterfly Effect or Robin Williams in Good Will Hunting. 90% of the time, this is true (an exception is Billy Crystal, who usually has a beard anyways).

5. If a movie has Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in it, and the movie is horrible, you will think The Rock is decent in it. For example: "Man, Doom was a shitty movie, but you know, The Rock was pretty good in it."

6. LL Cool J will either play a chef or a cop (SWAT or Deep Blue Sea).

7. There will always be a little kid to make things harder for our hero (es). See Aliens or Volcano. Stoopid kidz.

8. 9 times out of 10, if there is a famous singer in the flick, their damn song will be in the soundtrack.

Whatcha think?

Seeing Watchmen tonight, so I'll have a review of that, thought of a cool meme, and a review of the tradepaperback Spike: After The Fall.

2 comments:

  1. Hahaha! These are fantastic, and SO true!

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  2. Watchmen was such a disappointment. *sigh* but whatchya gonna do.

    Never forget Daredevil, Ghost Rider, and...well, okay, forget them, but the parent part is true.

    But the real point...when you say the singer will have their song...did you MEAN to make the word "song" singular? :-)

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