Or is it the Great Leader?
I can’t tell.
This PIXELS movie looks absolutely dreadful already:
I decided that PIXELS will be a horrible movie after seeing this teaser poster and then reading about 14 words into this description:
When aliens misinterpret video-feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, they attack the Earth using the games as models for their various assaults. President William Cooper (Kevin James) calls upon his childhood best friend, former 1980s video game champion Sam Brenner (Adam Sandler), who is now a home theater installer and had a previous relationship with William’s wife (Jane Krakowski) to lead a team of old-school arcaders (Peter Dinklage and Josh Gad) to defeat the aliens and save the planet.
So, Pac-Man attacking the GGB + Adam Sandler + 3D + 95% Want To See = HORRIBLE.
Here I stand, I can do no other, so help me God. Amen.
Word on the street, mocking these recent official Coke ads:
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I don’t think that it’s the Diet Coke what causes diabetes, just saying.
Unless the artificial sweeteners somehow fool your body into thinking it’s getting sugar, uh oh. (I think the scientists are looking into it these days.)
Now myself, the more Diet Cherry Coke I drink, the more they bring me.
At least I think it’s diet, uh oh.
Here is part of the real poster for The Other Guys, a lesser effort from Will Farrell, a buddy-cop comedy from 2010.
See? He’s a nerd cop with a Prius police car but now he’s shooting a gun:
Now, via SF Weekly, here’s the MUNI bus ad version of that ad, ’cause Guns Is Bad:
SO the SFMTA don’t like guns. Check.
But here’s the latest bus ad from MUNI, showing what, an IDF soldier bayoneting a Palestinian youth with an Uzi or something?
I’ll tell you, I’m curious to see how MUNI censors the ads for the next buddy cop action comedy to come out of Hollywood.
In the meantime. everybody should buy guns!
Lots and lots and lots of guns.
“The Asian Art Museum needs your help. One of our terracotta warriors is lost, and we have to find him before China’s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor’s Legacy opens on February 22. What we know is this: a small group of terracotta warriors journeyed from their home in China to the museum—but somewhere along the way, this one took a wrong turn and is now missing. He’s 2,112 years old, about 5’ 5” tall, mud-colored, and doesn’t speak English.”
This new tax is a done deal.
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