“Mr. Schneider, your movie sucks.”
I told you so.
Wow, you actually got the site to load? I’m almost positive that the people who built Ebert’s site are the same who built Technorati.
I think this falls under the “Well, duh” category.
Your drinks are off the front page, but powerline also mentions the cultural takeover by the Left of movies.
In Slovakia, I can’t always get tobasco sauce. It’s worse now, since the one market that had it (Del Vito) was taken over by another chain (Billa). You recommended harder drinks instead of wine for writing and thinking — after I had been drinking Blood Marys for a week.
Ran out of Tobasco; but had some green jalapeno sauce (had bought multiples) and used it. Quite tasty (Heinz Worcestershire, not Lee & Perrin’s).
Bloody Green Mary.
I thought you, especially, might like this; perhaps even try it. I doubt you have any St. Nicolaus jemne Vodka (smooth vodka, Slovak); but I can’t tell much difference between vodkas. Hot sauces, yes.
That’s going to leave a mark!
Unlike the movie, which will, I hope, disappear with little or no trace.
In related developments, water still wet, gravity still works and Cindy Sheehan mysteriously still not assassinated by Secret Service…
Kathryn Jean Lopez at National Review actually liked that movie. I haven’t seen it (and won’t), but I can’t imagine enjoying it at all, even by her description.
She did say that it makes fun of the America-bashing in Europe, but that’s not enough for me.
Schneider was nominated for a 2000 Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actor, but lost to Jar-Jar Binks.
Meesa demand a recount.