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March 20, 2006


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MI1 was okay, though that's probably more nostalgia than genuine memory on my part.

MI2 was too James Bond-y. I wanted to see all the acrobatic insanity Ethan Hunt skipped out on. Important tip for cinematographers: Don't show a slo-mo scene that features a stray bullet being fired at the end, unless you intend to kill a character we all hold dear with said bullet.

MI3 is probably going to be a suckfest anyway, but I'll boycott it directly, as well as indirectly where possible.

Out of curiosity, are Matt Stone and Trey Parker atheists, or do they hew to some religious belief or the other? I always assumed they were atheist or at least agnostic, judging by how much they mocked prety much every religion under the sun :O

Well, they more than made up for it with the Super Adventure Club episode. I haven't seen them go for the jugular like that for a long time.

And the best part is that they didn't actually say 'Scientology' once, so CC has no reason whatsoever to pull the episode.

I have never seen any of the crappy MI movies but from now on i am boycotting any tom cruise movie. I was thinking of buying War of the Worlds but on account of tom cruise being a bag of douche i am deffinately not. Scientology is a crazy cult that actually created a program to recruit celebrities to promote it. they only let in people rich enough to afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed to support their programs and anyone who speaks out against the "religion" is automatically targeted. also scientology thinks homosexuallity is a big no-no, why else do you think tom cruise finds it necessary to grope katie holmes in public and impregnate her immediately. read this great article on scientology that rolling stone put out. http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/story/9363363/inside_scientology

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