Friday, August 03, 2012

Funny Is Funny

Yes, I said I was done talking about [REDACTED]; and I think I've been pretty good about that. However, I never said anything about mentioning someone else talking about [REDACTED.]

Honestly, though, I'm mainly posting this short cartoon about [REDACTED] because it's creator is a fan, tweeted it to me and I thought it was fucking hysterical and deserved more views than it was getting. Enjoy!

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Okay, yes, that's hilarious.

Now let it go.

Anonymous said...

Laughed, agreed, good times were had.

OmegaWyrm said...

Just saw the movie on Monday, and I think you might have actually been too easy on it. And to all those people who said that this Peter is a representation of the "contemporary geek", FUCK. THAT. Geeks are a community of people that have experienced ostracization and band together because of that shared experience, and Spider-Man is one of our great "underdog" characters. The way that this movie takes him and makes him a pretty, skateboarding douchebag, with no compassion for anyone is despicable. And seeing Peter and Gwen twitch and stammer at each other was one of the worst things I've ever had to sit through in a movie. League of Extraordinary Gentlemen was a better adaptation.

Michael Harris said...

I love this video. I was one of the people giving you flack for your review (flack which you rightly deserve), but this was truly funny. They had an atmoshphere of humor and respect for the source material you just didn't have. Funny stuff, man.

Mr Fist said...

Honestly, I didn't mind [REDACTED]. Also I'm just thankful that Brian De Palma has a new film coming soon. (kills self)

Dominic said...

@Anonymous (1)

"I appreciate that you exposed me to this video, as a result of your ongoing interest in the Spider-Man reboot. Now enough with the interest in the Spider-Man reboot, because the Internet is my personal spread and nothing on it is allowed to vex me. Though this wasn't vexing. But the next thing might be. So enough."

Not sure I understand this, much less this persistent mission of some people to expose MovieBob's apparently deep and harmful flaws, rather than just ignore or disagree with him.

Aiddon said...

good times

Anonymous said...

lol

Anonymous said...

I can't remember the last time I saw something so stupid and yet so funny. At least it proves that if you have good writing and comedic timing, you don't need a lot of money. Or any money. Or any semblance of professionalism whatsoever.

cdstephens said...

Ok, I admit, that was funny.

"But what about his parents?"
"Who cares."