I can't say I ever thought I'd start my own blog, yet here I am, and it took suprisingly less goading than even I would have expected. My brain is rather fried at the moment, so I can't quite be certain that I am making any sense...but I'm going to give it a go, and hopefully kill a little time before LOST comes on....maybe tomorrow I'll post about how awful tonight's episode turned out to be.
So, the other day I was reading that a SpeedRacer movie is in the works. Seriously? Have we really reached a point where creativity and originality have died, been crumpled up and then dropped into the recycling bin? It seems as though every new film these days is a re-make, a re-worked television show, or a live-action version of a cheesy cartoon from the '70s. Think about it: Bewitched (sucked), War of The Worlds (crap), The Dukes of Hazzard (garbage), Charlotte's Web (why?). There is a Transformers movie opening in July, and Jessica Simpson is starring in a re-make of Working Girl. I am not kidding. Somewhere in Hollywood, right now, there is a screenwriter lazily updating "Family Ties" for the big screen. No joke, watch for that movie, it has to come out eventually. I wonder who will play Alex P. Keaton.
Probably Kieran Culkin.