thrills from start to thwack/splicing/boing/thud finish!"
the humanity! Why oh why oh why, in the second movie, did Rivers
leave her comfy secure padded cell to save the lives of people she
does not know? Huh? It's just Hollywood-humanity gone insane!"
A veritable smorgasbord of Tom and Jerryness on the live action
saw Final Destination 1 on a flight from Los Angeles to New York.
I screamed and screamed and screamed! Oh joy of joys!"
No No No NO! The first film is fatally flawed. Had those pesky kids
gotten off the flight the plane couldn't have taken off, as their
baggage would have been on the flight, and thus all the bags would
have to be unloaded, hence the flight delayed. Look, here, at my
well thumbed copy of The Geneva International In Flight Baggage
Convention 1946-1998, revised for 2001 section 1d F IVV G123543!
(That's my exclamation mark by the way) Huh? Are you listening to
a nice moment when the plane explodes in the first movie, but would
the glass windows in the airport have exploded like that? If it
had done so I doubt very much the chiseled good looks of our heroes
would not have been disfigured with shards of sharp glass therefore
making the rest of the movie populated by bandaged teen actors?
Do I have to think of everything?"
a thought. Don't tell anyone, this could be worth a fortune: Has
anyone ever thought of doing a Groundhog Day type movie in which
the same person keeps on getting killed over and over just you don't
know which way until they can solve the murder and therefore stop
the killing? Huh? Has that been done? Oh I can't be bothered to
pitch it to a studio. Just give me 10% of the box office receipts
if you want it (my paypal e-mail address is below)."