Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Ah, sad news from the world of entertainment, today. After years of slumming in third world---er, that is, lesser developed nations, Angelina Jolie has contracted some sort of parasite. Doctors estimate the host may survive the alien lurve chile rending its way out of her sylph-like body, no doubt in hopes of finding itself a square meal. I'm making a mental note to send that kid a chicken-fried steak with an extra helping of gravy, a side of string beans and hamhocks, and peach cobbler with ice cream. By the way, Brad Pitt enjoyed his cinematic peak in the extraordinary "True Romance," which I watched last night. As the thespian masterfully clutched his honey-bear bong, I thought "Wow, so life-like, so realistic. He must have studied pot-heads for this role. Good acting!"


Mark Alread said...

When that alien parasite finally bursts out I wonder if Brad Pitt will be manning the video camera.

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Becky said...

True Romance is one of those I haven't seen but really need to. I think you're right in that he does seem to play the same type of character, Brad Pitt, but for some reason, I can't help but watch.

phlegmfatale said...

Thanks, mark! I had no idea so many locals were a-bloggin'. Nice to see you!

You MUST see it, Becky. I always thought Christian Slater peaked in Heathers, but True Romance was the film he was born to play. Gary Oldman was mind-blowing, shocking, really. Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken have one of the best mob waxing scenes ever on film. a must-see.