Friday, February 3, 2006

What Kung Fu Monkey Says

seems this Jason Apuzzo speaks with this ham-fisted, feverishly anti-Democratic voice about film and entertainment and is a somebody in this conservative liberty film festival deal.

who knew?

so, especially for my entertainment-oriented PFS, we have a confluence of political stuff and entertainment industry commentary.

in walks our Kung Fu Monkey.
got to love the snark.
what the hell Big Momma's House 2 opening at $28 million dollars 'means'?

i am aimimg for the comedy angle here.
like amusement while,
we are shooting down this heavier-handed politicizing of film crit with snark bombs.
i hope.

anyway Ku Fu Monkey made me laugh.
Just. Stay. Down.

well, i think it's funny.
maybe PFS will think it is too.


  1. i like this word: "Cthulhoid"
    when i googled 'cthulhoid' it sounds like it's sci-fi/fantasy/demonology stuff.
    pure weird.
    and pretty funny too.

    can we be avatars of demon god(dess)s and not know it?

  2. Anonymous11:38 AM

    Gangs of New York only made $78 million? What a shame. But it's still on the Netflix top 100 list.

  3. Anonymous11:40 AM

    Here's a confluence of politics-n-entertainment topic for you. The Chinese govt banned both Brokeback Mountain and Memoirs of a Geisha. Doesn't that suck? And the end result of the censorship is that people who want to see them will buy pirated DVD copies.

  4. it does suck.
    but i am morally opposed to the Chinese government anyway.
    and the Saudis.
    what have the Saudis banned, lately, we wonder?

    just the chinese pirating of copyrighted works is a billion dollar plus hit on american copyright holders: music; software; film and video.

    how big of a loss does that represent for "Gangs of New York"?