Aug 19th, 2011
From the creators of “Paranormal Activity”, this summer be prepared for its epic sequel, “Normal Activity”. This 24 hour masterpiece begins rivetingly with the lead character boiling an egg. After this, the hero, who is also a dog walker by trade, takes a dog for a walk. He then proceeds to carefully organize his laundry and after totally failing to do so, parades around in pink pajamas until the late afternoon.
All this action takes place over the course of 17 hours – even though it has only reached the afternoon. The claim that this movie is in real time is vastly exaggerated. It is by all accounts, in “Super Real Time”. In fact, one viewer claimed that the reality was almost too much to bear. Jack Nicholson, at the premiere reiterated that we “Could not handle the Truth” and we tend to believe him.
Aug 17th, 2011
Finally a band that takes up where U2 left off, “WhoMe” is a welcome new comer on the scene of what’s what. They bring with them just the right amount of hype and suspense; their fans remain at a loss to explain how they do what they do because they work in Mysterious Ways.
As they continue to fascinate the masses with songs like “Definitely Without You”, “Melon”, “Where the Streets Have Too Many Names” and “Monday Muddy Monday”, one cannot fathom exactly how far they will go in the world of music and entertainment.
In the spirit of Bono, from U2, the lead singer of “WhoMe”, Bonna-Fide, fully intends to support humanitarian causes by committing a percentage of their record sales towards saving the Humpback Turtle-Lizard. To date no such creature has ever been found but the moment it is, Bonna-Fide has pledged to protect it with his life.
Aug 17th, 2011
Coming soon to a cinema near you is yet another sequel in the epic saga of Rambo, “Nambi Pambo -The Not-so-Prodigal Son”.
This timeless family classic tells the obscure tale of Rambo’s son who chooses to reject violence to atone for all the deaths caused by his Father. Particularly moved by the death of his cat, killed by Rambo in the first scene who claimed it drew “first blood”, Pambo joins a Buddhist colony and even takes a trip to the Vatican for a course in “Turning the other Cheek”.
After many struggles with orange bead necklaces in Tibet, he comes home only to put three volunteers from a blood drive in hospital after they too “draw first blood”. He then pees on his wounds and climbs a cherry tree to stitch them up with a safety pin. Not paying for the damages only prompts the movies’ catch phrase of there being “no pot of gold at the end of the Rambo”.