So, looking ahead to next week’s installment of the Supermovie of the Week Club, I’ve got some good news and some bad news for Cookie Monster. The good news is the movie I’d originally selected for next week, Condorman (1981) looks more like a spy flick and one of those non-superhero superhero movies Cookie was complaining about with Hero At Large. I can sympathize (not empathize since I won’t be sitting through the movies my self), so I’m willing to skip Condorman. Now, comes the bad news. If we skip Condorman, the next movie up is Superman III (1981).
Hard to make the call. So leave it up to you guys and gals. Should we skip the suspiciously non-superpowered-looking Condorman and go straight to the hilarity of Superman III? Cast your vote before Friday morning.
To help you decide, a little taste of what Cookie Monster
may have toe endure can look forward to. This:
Wow. They both have so much to offer in terms of, uh, review material – meaning that, at the end of the day, no matter which film is chosen, we all win.
With the exception of Cookie Monster.
By the way, Cookie asked me to thank those of you who took the time to weigh in with your thoughts and reviews of Superman II. Kathode, gforce, thornyrose, monster would like to know if you any of you would care to take over his reviewer duties?
Finally finished a first draft of my horror script. I’m going to go over it the next couple of days, tweak it a little, make a few additions, tighten up a few scenes, and then send it Ivon and Paul’s way. After that, we shoot the trailer, shop the package in L.A. and then it’ll be smoooooooooooth sailing.
Apologies for the late blog entry. I was out for drinks with some old Stargate buddies: Ivon, Lawren, and Kerry (with a y) McDowall. This Thursday, we’ll be doing a Game of Thrones matinee. What should I make? Rack of elk? Stuffed boar?
Apparently, Akemi wasn’t pleased with my late return home tonight. I discovered the following message on my morning banana:
Congrats to antisocialbutterflie. Great to hear about your pup’s rebound.
And condolences to Jeff W. on the sudden passing of your friend.