- Movie hype. (btw I swear when I get swooped up in crazy thought)
- January 19th, 2008
Cloverfield. My thoughts....
OH HELLLLLL NO.
I haven't seen this movie and I don't know if I want to. The thought of paying to see my beautiful NYC destroyed and a way my life could end via Godzilla just doesn't seem to be a lot of fun.
What's wrong with Harlem, people? Shit, don't run to the monster - run away to White Plains!!!!!
My last day on earth? Two ways I'd deal with it.
If I thought I could survive: I'd go to a car garage (I live on the UES) find a big car that could run over abandoned cars and pedestrians that wouldn't get out of the way (sorry, fuck ya'll!) . I'd be carrying a bottle of water, my cats (I think), a hunting knife and a book on cannibalism (sorry, again, fuck ya'll!!!!) I'd head as far away as I could from that monster. Why the hell do people run around and try to see the aliens and monsters in movies? Darwinism. Those dumb ass people deserve to die.
If I knew I was going to die: Honestly I'd probably have tons of sex with hot people. Some might consider the last day a tragedy, I consider it a day without consequence and totally clothing optional. I'd ride my bike around naked. Hell, I'd ride my bike around naked without the seat... na'mean?!? Ok, I wouldn't do that but still - Why cry and be all whiny your last day? Have fun, roll with it, monster or not we're all dying anyway.
I also think it's stupid you couldn't kill that thing. What was it 250 feet? I know there are rumors it has like special skin and super powers but it has eyes - blind it. It also must have a big mouth. Everything has an Achilles heel, it's like Jaws, more that 15 minutes screen time and I just think everyone is stupid.
I'm still not sold if the Monster was supposed to be a bad guy, considering it attacked lower Manhattan I'm sure the hipster population got weeded down considerably.