"The label you give yourself cannot impact external forces that are not motivated by your own psychology or influenced by a third party's pre-existing consciousness of you. We are all presented with reasons to struggle which come from completely external forces; to pretend that one is not struggling is either arrogance or an admission of defeat. To admit that one is struggling is a sign and a source of strength." - Evan A. Baker

Monday, October 12, 2009

I'm Famous!

That's what happens when you do a film that is SO bad that people have to look it up online just so they can write a review detailing all the things that are grotesquely wrong with it. Among some of my favorites:

The acting isn't very good, though it's passable,and the effects are pretty scary.

There are plenty of good movies out there. If you need to watch one you have already seen, just don't waste you're time on this one. The dialog is almost as bad as the acting and the plot isn't much better.

There isn't a whole lot to say about the film so I'll get right to the point. The acting was by far the worst part of it. The performances were forced, uninspired, and a pain to watch in some places.

The acting was horrible. The parents acting could have been A LOT better... and one line struck me as odd in the whole movie.... "We don't have any money." "Of course you don't" This was in the middle of something that had NOTHING to do with money...so it was like WHAT are they talking about.....Overall, if you are really bored and you're looking for a laugh, then this flick will do just that.

the acting was about as bad as some of the low-budget horror films, playing the outdoor screens, of bygone years. Only then, we didn't complain; it was a dollar a carload.

But that's okay! You know why? Because it was done by a production company that is famous for its bad movies! Most movies take at least 12 weeks to get made. We had 2. I'm not excusing any aspect of anything, but it is what it is: A VERY fun little film to rent and make fun of. Go ahead.

The nice thing about people looking this movie up, is that now on the Internet Movie Data Base, I have been looked up last week 471% more than I had been the week before. My Starmeter (which means absolutely nothing) has a ranking of 4,992. To put it in perspective, I am more "famous" this week than Christie Brinkley (5,162), Julie Newmar (5,409), and Cyndi Lauper (5,435). Again, these numbers mean absolutely nothing, but it's fun nonetheless.

So yeah! Suck it! I'm FAMOUS!

And I'm also training at a new restaurant. Oh, the glamour of being a struggling actress.


  1. As our favorite sex tape heiress put it, "Any publicity is good publicity"...right? Keep kicking Cyndi Lauper's a** with your starmeter, girl.

  2. Rock ON, my struggling actress!

  3. lol...very cool.

    Pardon my barely stumbling onto your blog, but what's the film?


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