I’m a movie junkie, so I spend a lot of time on movie sites. IMDB still reigns supreme as the online movie database of choice, but an added incentive for visiting should be their ‘news’ section, which makes Entertainment Tonight look like Foreign Policy magazine. Here’s some choice tidbits from their news headlines yesterday:Actually, no. Before I go any farther I’d like to point out that according one of the headlines, “Meet the Fockers” is now the single most successful comedy film of all time. What? What kind of sci-fi, year 3000, Planet of the Apes bullsh#t is that? Apparently the 221 million dollars it made in foreign markets pushed it right over the edge. Well, done people of Earth. You officially suck now.
‘Wife Swap’ Contestant Arrested; Show Halted
Apparently one of the contestants was charged with child abuse. Niiiiiiice. Well, that was only a matter of time.
But here’s my favorite:
First Amendment Award Winner Admits He Ignored Amendment
The recipient of a First Amendment Leadership Award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association has acknowledged that he was compelled to order several stations not to air Saving Private Ryan last November.
You think he’ll give the award back, now?