Why Not?



Sure. Ok. Yeah. Hancock. Who knew? I actually had fun with this last night. Despite its shortcomings, is it wrong that I’d rather see this again than Iron Man or The Incredible Hulk? Will you talk to me ever again if that’s the case? ‘Cause, i think that’s the case.

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  1. junky says:

    Who doesn’t love bergy, I ask you?  I expect to like this movie.  Not love, but totally like.

  2. junky says:

    Well Berg, I gots to agree with you.  As much as I loved Iron Man (and boy how I did), I think this movie charmed the pants off me.  I like the (han)cock quite a bit.  Real fun, real smart, great time.  Would definitely see it again.  Still have not seen Hulk, but that’s cuz I’m not too interested in it.

  3. mdhuff says:

    I’m with Berg and Junk.  I liked it.  I wasn’t so sure about the third act, but…


    …when he started jumping away to gain strength and give her life, I admit, I got small chills.  Not big ones.  Small ones.  But do we judge a chill by its size?  No.  A chill is a chill.

  4. Eros Welker says:

    I liked it, I think it was a little weird in parts, but I’m a fan of Smith so I went along with it.  On reflecting on the movie, Jason Bateman’s character is a little stale; I wish he had more of a mission beyond the one note “heart” dealio.  But I’m not going to go too deep here because I got to see Charlize with dark eyeliner and a sexy dress, so I was happy.  I got small chills too, and chills are chills.  The music was awesome too!

    So far, if I had to lay out my summer thus far, I’d go:


    Indiana Jones




    Pineapple Express

    Iron Man

    Prince Caspian

    Speed Racer

    The Happening

    I expect this all to change in July though.