Give dayo a long, deep, thorough spanking, flogging, paddling, cropping, and caning. In public.
Work on phoenixgeisha's CD challenge.
Meet a woman wearing a necklace that is a play on her name. Infect datan0de's wetware with remote command-and-control software Create a lolcat that references the Terminator movies Spin poi Watch the worst travesty of a movie committed to celluloid since Star Wars Episode 3
Work on the Symtoys Web site
I had high hopes for watching the worst high-budget mainstream movie ever filmed when dayo and I went to see Pirates of the Caribbean 3, but sadly, my hopes and dreams were dashed, and I was forced to drink from the bitter cup of disappointment...for, you see, Pirates 3 is actually a very good, very fun movie.
It's clear that somewhere between Pirates 2, that shambling disaster of a movie, and Pirates 3, someone told Johnny Depp, "Look, don't take this the wrong way, but...could you kick it up a notch or two? Jack Sparrow is supposed to be really over the top, so let's see you get out there and really give it what you've got, y'know?" I didn't leave the theater wanting those hours of my life back, like I did with Pirates 2; on the contrary, I was highly entertained.
However, the weekend was salvaged when we went to see Spider-Man 3 this afternoon. Dear sweet Jesus on a pogo stick, what a disaster that movie is. Spider-Man 3 is the Alien 3 of the Spider Man franchise--the film that kills the franchise dead, then squats over the corpse and farts in its face. If you're looking for the most cringe-worthy, unwatchable movie ever made, this here's your flick, in spades.
And I do mean "unwatchable" literally. There were parts of the movie so horrifyingly awful I literally had to turn my eyes away. I couldn't even muster up the same staring-in-fascination-at-a-train-wreck that kept me going through Episode 3.
It was truly a perfect storm of fail. In fact, that movie is made of fail, from start to finish. The acting? Stunning in its awfulness; the cinematic equivalent of a back-alley mugging with a brick. The dialog? Imagine Jar-Jar Binks with brain damage, and you're at least in the right ballpark. The script? Somewhere, someone noticed in pre-production that the script read like it was written by a sexually repressed teenager who has never known the touch of a woman, yet he kept his mouth shut. That person needs to be found and killed.
The scene where Mary Jane meets
And now, I think dayo needs another sound thrashing. :) Edit: As soon as she's done ordering a set of poi online.