Skip to comments.Freedom, Imagination and Story – Essentials of Good Entertainment.
Posted on 08/31/2012 7:47:47 PM PDT by EveningStar
... what then makes for good entertainment and what qualities does that entertainment have? What causes me to like something when I watch it? What excites me enough to drop money on something and go watch it? ...
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Good entertainment?.....aardvarks....you put an aardvark in any movie, and it immediately becomes better......I’m not talking about those aardvark wannabe ant eaters.....I mean real aardvarks.....take Ishtar, for example.....wouldn’t it have been better with an aardvark instead of whatshisname?....oh....you know......Warren Blatty.....an aardvark could have held that film together.....but then.....so could crazy glue
99% of what Hollyweird produces is pure unadulterated CRAP
I think I’d be happier if I hadn’t had a TV for the past decade.
Clint Eastwood at GOP convention = Good Entertainment
I only watch the best movies-—and some, you have to admit are great.
Watch this one-—you’ll love it. And it is one worth every minute of your time.
Five years ago (or longer) I quit getting cable and even don’t have an antenna on my TV—so get nothing. But I can buy “24” or shows which people do highly recommend. But even some of those—like Bones—bores me. Internet is much more fun.
It is the only way to live—control what you see—don’t let them force feed you their cr*p-—I could never watch commercials again and waste so much of my time. Never did watch a lot of TV in my life. Most shows insulted my intelligence and morality anyhow.
I agree 100%