Comments: LOOKS LIKE I'LL BE STAYING HOME FOR A WHILE

I like reading your stuff. You crack me up. Wisdom and wit.

Posted by hegyeg at July 27, 2007 11:49 AM

"Crash" beat the dead horse until bones showed, but it was a great tool to use in my sociology class. If I'd seen it anywhere else (i.e. if I actually thought I was watching it for entertainment) I probably wouldn't have liked it much. Seems that a lot of people today need to have the point driven, hammered, screwed, and superglued home for them to get it at all.
I too will be skipping a lot of movies this summer.

Posted by Green at July 30, 2007 12:47 AM

The content of these films reflects the reality of the war. I don't think even the most creative screen writer could come up with a pro-iraq-war plot, unless you just want purely fictional propaganda. I mean, we're talking about a never-ending war with no purpose that's being lost and destroying America's economy and moral standing at the same time. There aint gonna be no Saving Private Ryan's with this debacle.

Posted by Will at August 7, 2007 03:49 PM