I agree, I actually thought it was pretty funny ’cause I only watched it the other day, but that movie did suck. Balls.
I was so hoping that someone was going to reply to the Tim Burton comment with something regarding Johnny Depp or Helena Bonham Carter being in them, but alas, I was disappointed. I think my favourite was the Julia Roberts one.
Oh wait, is it that comment where BritishHobo complains about the quality of the humour in this status without actually bringing any comedic value to the table himself, tries to salvage it with some supposed ‘witty’ self-deprecating remark?
@a lil monster: I forgot about that film. My bad, Jordan I guess the writers came from the same scripwriting class as the idiots that did Epic/Disaster Movie etc, who think namechecking a film is a HILARIOUS parody.
@Mikefu: Yeah, I was expecting a ‘that Tim Burton movie where Johnny Depp’s a tortured, slightly insane guy who dresses in a really quirky buy gothic way and seems creepy and evil but is really good and kind inside.’
Nah, I’m pretty sure it was the one where Jennifer Aniston plays an independent woman who doesn’t need a man but ends up getting one anyway. You know, the one where they make the compulsory “You have really great hair” compliment that’s written into her contract.
Seriously, I really, really think that it was that one where the two guys who are obviously a gay couple in every single respect except actually having sexual relations prove how straight they are by constantly fag-baiting each other and every other male in the vicinity and, strangely enough, ultimately demonstrating that the bond between them means more to them than the love of any woman, which apparently makes them really, really super-heterosexual.
Maybe it was the one where Keanu Reeves says WHOA! Or maybe the one where Matthew Mcconaughey takes his shirt off. Or where Vince Vaughn plays the sarcastic semi bad boy that finally realizes he loves the girl he has taken for granted.