This is pretty cool. It seems that the very funny Dan Aykroyd was in town recently, and was talking on CISN Country about what he’s been up to lately – including Ghostbusters 3. I, for one, look forward to some more details on this development, what with having been eagerly anticipating it for nearly a decade (and having had no hope for this movie for most of that time).
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Apparently, TransformersLive.com is running a contest – Make Prime Speak. That’s right, anyone and everyone can suggest lines for Optimus himself to say in the movie. Of course, if the line doesn’t make sense, they won’t use it, so you’ll basically be aiming to pick a line they were going to use anyways, or that falls into the “I wish I’d thought of that” category. This is my favourite bit, though:
5) **Users can submit one line per email address. For example: if you have 20 different email addresses, you can submit a chance to Make Prime Speak 20 times.
What does this mean, exactly? It means that a childish individual with their own domain (*cough*Me*cough*) could, if they so desired, enter an unlimited number of times. That’s right. How? Simple. Use a catch-all account, and make up a new address every time you submit a line.
Sadly, I cannot enter, because I don’t live in the USA. It almost makes me wonder why they bothered grabbing demographic data when I registered for announcements.
By the way, the title of this post should be read in the Zoidberg voice. Man, I could listen to him say “Robot” for.. well, a minute, I guess. It’s get annoying after a few dozen times.
I know, it’s amazing, I saw two movies this month. Weird, ain’t it? Of the two, the one I’m most likely to want to own is Click. It’s probably one of the better movies I’ve seen in a while. I’m not a Sandler fan, but I’ve really enjoyed his ‘serious’ roles. He pulls it off, somehow or another. I’ve only got one complaint about this movie: it ended a little later than I thought it should have. It’s got two endings, and I think the ‘first’ is the strongest of the two. That’s just my taste. I want the DVD, so I can stop it early, and avoid the ending that everyone had to know was coming.
The short of it: Don’t see this movie if The Matrix Reloaded annoyed you with its complete lack of an ending. You’re better off watching Click instead. (In fact, I’m encouraging everyone to see Click anyways.) Also, bring a book and a small flashlight. There’s easily an hour of reading time in here.