Thursday, January 21, 2016


My wife took a nap this afternoon and when she came downstairs I told her, 'I just watched the worst fucking movie I have seen this century.   It had no plot.  It was totally unbelievable. It was fragmented and it consisted of two hours of a car chase across the desert.  The acting was flat and the ending would have been improved if everyone had died in a fiery crash, because the end made no sense.'

She looked at me and shrugged and walked away.  

Sometimes a look is all that is necessary.   

This is as good as it gets

A truck mounted hard rock guitarist stage with flames shooting out of the guitar, leading the charge.

The super villain and his son

Why did I sit there and watch it for two hours?   The only excuse I can give is:  I am a man, and sometimes we are not bright enough to change the channel.  

the Ol'Buzzard


  1. I really wanted this to be a good movie and I looked forward to seeing it-BUT, I agree with you. I don't think the Mad Max character said 50 words in the entire movie! Charlize Theron (arguably one of the prettiest women in the world) must have needed the money real bad to get herself involved in this. It was pitiful, I completely agree.

  2. I thought I was the only one who hated this. Visually, it's stunning and as far as 'film making' goes as a craft, it is good to see practical effects etc but the rest... awful.

  3. I watched a movie like that once, for about ten minutes.

  4. I still want to see this sometime, believe it or not, LOL!

  5. Didn't it just get nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture and Best Director? Is this yet another example of the Academy Awards list being a good guide to movies to avoid?

  6. and yet>>>>>> it got nominated for


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