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Monday, March 5, 2007

Random Ramble

Okay, first off, I'd like to say "Great Job" to all of those involved with Sweeny Todd. I was going to have a short speech about what a wonderful job everyone did and how excellent the production was, but words fail me at the moment. Sorry.


Yeah, no Chapter 3 yet. It's 1/2 to 2/3 done, I just can't seem to get in "the zone" and have non-stop creative brainstorms, which is usually how I write. Okay, actually, I've been letting myself get distracted very easily, so it's all my fault.

Speaking of Codename: White Knight, I can seriously see it becoming a major motion picture. I've got a few ideas for actors for some of the roles, but I won't post those until I get at least another chapter or two (or three) up, so that's probably gonna be a while. But based on More Than a Job, who do you think would make a better David Pierce, Matt Damon or Mark Wahlberg?

I love my Wii. The Legend of Zelda: Twilignt Princess ROX!!!!! It's gonna take me a loooooooonng time to beat it. I've been playing for 15 hours and I'm not even 1/3 of the way done (Perspective: it took me 20 hours to beat Wind Waker). I still need more games, though. (stupid college sent my Need for Speed game back to Best Buy instead of forwarding it to me) There's a game based on The Godfather coming out soon, I think I might get it. But it would probably fall into the Do-Not-Play-If-Parents-Are-Home category, right next to Red Steel.

Getting back to movies, I think it's high-time Hollywood made another Robin Hood movie. The last serious film was the one starring Kevin Costner from 1991. (Yes, I realize that Men in Tights was made two years later, but please note the use of the word "serious" in the previous sentence.) And no matter how you look at it, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was by no means an epic film, unlike The Adventures of Robin Hood, the classic film starring Errol Flynn. A good Robin Hood movie must be an epic, and I think it's about time for Hollywood to make one. Personally, I think Ewan McGreggor would make a great Robin Hood.

I was going to type something here, but the phone rang (stupid telemarketers) and now I forgot what I was going to write. Darn it!

Yeah, that stupid telemarketer made me loose focus, so I can't think of anything else to write. Check back later; I may add more to the post.


The Sherif Of Sherwood Forestland said...

Robin Hood: Men In Tights is probably the best Robin Hood movie ever.

Of course, that ain't saying much.

Joepoe said...


Anyways...Ha! You are impressed by Zelda because it is 8 minutes long? What ever happened to the good old nintendo 64 games? Yeah, their graphics sucked but I still remember how long their campaigns were. It took me 168 hours to finish Donkey Kong 64. 164! An expert could do it in no less than 100 hrs. And most games today take 5-12 hrs to finish! I am glad to hear that wii games might potentially be a good length again, because since the 90's about 99 percent of games created take no more than 15 hrs to finish.

I also don't feel like rereading this.


Jedi_Raptor07 said...

Don't worry, I wasn't planning on putting Samuel L Jackson in my movie. Although you gotta admit he ROX as Mace Windu.

BTW, which movie are you referring to, White Knight, or the Robin Hood one?

Joepoe said...

Both, but there's no point in me writing this now because you have a new post and won't ever read this one again!

What an excellent oppurtunity to write a curseword on your blog!

Okay this is going to be fun...ehem! (clearing throat)


Ha! I cursed! I cursed! what now? By the way, you write to much. I know I'm a hippocrit but I don't feel like reading all that new stuff you wrote, so I won't.


Jeff said...

I beat TP in 32 hours. That was with some exploring, finding 18 of the possible 20 hearts, and a majority of bugs.