posted on 10/16/2002 8:12:47 AM PDT
The movie looks stupid. Where does one go to find a "phone booth" in 2003?
You wonder what would be entertaining about such a scenario anyway.
posted on 10/16/2002 8:16:21 AM PDT
by Sam Cree
I saw an ad for the new video game "Hitman II" last night. Thought it rather odd.
I am amazed at what some people consider entertainment, but have no doubt there is an audience for this kind of garbage.
I do wonder, as one poster said, where they find a phone booth now days? No such animal anymore, might make us be able to have some comfort when we spend $100 for a local call.
posted on 10/16/2002 8:30:27 AM PDT
Leftist liberals in Hollywood produce movie after movie with senseless gun violence
Anybody getting shot has to have a gazillion bullets hit him etc etc etc
Yet these pukes have the nerve to be anti gun
posted on 10/16/2002 8:54:22 AM PDT
I had seen the Preview recently..they knew it was a bust of a film and this way can release in a more Timely $$$ manner.
So basically, with some added drama, they want you to sit in a theater for two hours to watch a guy talk on a phone in a phonebooth.
(Must've taken alot of cocaine to pitch this script.)
Kill him if he hangs up? It sounds like an old Andy Warhol movie. Two hours watching a man desperately using every ploy to keep someone on the other end of the line from hanging up.
Or, even more exciting, pretending to talk to someone who has already hung up, while listening to that beep, beep, beeping sound that phones make when you forget to hang them up.
Almost as exciting as watching a faucet drip.
posted on 10/16/2002 11:59:25 AM PDT
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