Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Bloodrayne = 500lb Bomb

I saw Bloodrayne the other day and all I have to say is BOMB. The acting was horrible, the plot was full of gaps and the story was poor writing at best. It seems Loken might have been good in T3 because she didn't talk (and she's easy on the eyes, in BR she had this hideous orange hair). Even a gratuitous sex scene couldn't help this movie. I have to acknowledge the one good part was the 80's style blood spraying and limb chopping (gross but not scary). Ben Kingsley was in it too, it seems he'll take any part you throw at him. NO stars for this WASTE OF TIME AND AIR. Do not rent this, you will regret it and if you paid to see this at the theater you should demand you money back from the studio.

While we are on the topic of bombs, I wanted to give a shout-out to the US AIR FORCE for dropping 1000lbs. of SCREW YOU on Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi's overly large head. The best part is he lived just long enough to see AMERICAN soldiers picking up his intel before he died. I hope he is happy in HELL with his 72 virgin goats. I have posted before and I will continue posting that they all have to DIE, no prison, no mercy, no compassion. Death is the ONLY way to stop them. I know your saying "but why can't we talk to them, try to be diplomatic?" Thanks for the question, the answer is BECAUSE IT WON'T WORK. It is in their religion to kill or enslave any peoples that are not muslime. If you don't believe me than get "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam and the Crusades" if you think that is to one sided then get a copy of the koran. Not one of the pretty cleaned up American korans, get and old copy from a used book store and read it! If you thing that smiting the necks of our enemies is the same as LOVE thy ENEMY then come to me and I will SLAP THE HELL OUT OF YOU (literally).

But I'll take my time anywhereFree to speak my mind anywhereAnd I'll redefine anywhereAnywhere I may roamWhere I lay my head is home...and the earth becomes my throneI adapt to the unknownUnder wandering stars I've grownBy myself but not aloneI ask no one- Metallica