Sunday, June 20, 2004

The Terminal , as reviewed by that cynical curmudgeon, The Filthy Critic. ""Manufactured horseshit, not even from a real horse."


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Sweet pic of Jessica Alba in Into the Blue


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Here's the Jenna Lewis Profile at RealityStars.com. Click on "gallery" to get a picture of her flipping a bird


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INDUSTRY STUDIO LOS ANGELES-TRAVIS WOLFE This is the official portfolio of the guy in the "wedding night" tape with Jenna Lewis


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Reds' Griffey finally gets 500th homer. He is only the 20th man in history to reach that milestone.


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FilmJerk.com's Early Report for June 20, 2004


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A new trailer for The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi: "Zatoichi is a 19th Century blind nomad who makes his living as a gambler and masseur. However, behind this humble facade, he is a master swordsman gifted with a lightning-fast draw and breathtaking precision. While wandering, Zatoichi discovers a remote mountain village at the mercy of Ginzo, a ruthless gang-leader. Ginzo disposes of anyone who gets in his way, especially after hiring the mighty samurai ronin Hattori as a bodyguard. After a raucous night of gambling in town, Zatoichi encounters a pair of geishas -- as dangerous as they are beautiful -- who've come to avenge their parents' murder at the hands of Ginzo. As the paths of these and other colorful characters intertwine, Ginzo's henchmen are soon after Zatoichi. With his legendary cane sword at his side, the stage is set for a riveting showdown."


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The trailer for Wasabi Tuna - : "The story of five friends in Los Angeles whose annual tradition of joining the zany West Hollywood Halloween Parade in outrageous-themed costumes has become local legend. However, this year, as they prepare their costumes, all goes wrong. A single case of mistaken identity turns their gentle lifestyle and harmless pre-party atmosphere into a diabolical world of vengeful gang bangers, surveillance teams, police chases, shootouts, drug-lords, a team of Anna Nicole Smith drag queens, Anna Nicole Smith and yes, her dog, 'Sugar Pie.'"


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The trailer for September Tapes: "One year after 9/11, an American journalist travels to Afghanistan in an effort to learn the truth about the search for Osama bin Laden"


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Weekend Box Office June 18-20, 2004. The big stories of the weekend: (1) Around the World in 80 Days, budgeted over $100 million, opened in 9th place (2) The modestly budgeted Dodgeball opened in the top spot, beating Spielberg, Potter, and the Ogre, all of which were in more theaters. (3) Shrek hangs in there for fourth place in its fifth weekend, and is now at $378 million


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Google Gmail - Check Account Availabilty. This is not an official Google program, but a homemade add-on that seems to work beautifully.


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Adolph Hitler is still alive, and now has a blog. His biggest regret? Nobody credits him for his invention of the pop-tart. Hey, I thought Al Gore invented that. Wait, maybe Gore just invented the FROSTED pop-tart. I'll have to look it up.


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Woman killed in a chariot race celebrating the monsoon season. Messala was being held for questioning. Wow, they sure have strange customs in Indiana. Indianapolis traffic must be hell, with those chariots. Oh, wait ... it's India. Never mind.


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The summer solstice draws thousands to Stonehenge. New Agers, hippies and believers in Druidic, Pagan and other pre-Christian religions are often joined by simple tailgaters.


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Paul McCartney - back in the (former) USSR.


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14:58, 14:59 .... "Forbes Magazine names its 100 most powerful people in showbiz - including our hero William Hung. The rankings are based on a combination of earnings and exposure. Hung's earnings are not significant, but he made the list based on his ubiquitous presence in the media. The celebrity most similar to Hung in the mixture of high publicity and low earnings is former president Bill Clinton, who ranked first in media exposure, but only 86th in pay.


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Here's a headline I didn't expect to write in 2004: Devil Rays run consecutive winning streak to 10. Their record is 21-6 in the last month (since May 20th), and that's the best in baseball during that period!


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What has caused the logjam for Carnegie Hall tickets? Blame it on the Bossa Nova. I have always taken issue with those psychologists and self-help gurus who advocate personal responsibility. My philosophy: why blame yourself when you can blame it on the Bossa Nova? Personally, I blame the Bossa Nova for every mishap in the last half century, both personal and global, ranging from the Cuban Missile Crisis to my current backache to the Abu Ghraib scandal, and including the brief, inexplicable career of Anson "Potsie" Williams. In fact, I am currently at a loss to find a source of blame for events which occurred before the development of the Bossa Nova, like that whole crazy Hindenburg thing. If it had just happened a few years later, the hysterical announcer could have been saying "oh, the Bossa Nova".


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Sex tape of 'Survivor: All-Stars' Jenna Lewis surfaces on the Internet. Note: for the computer literate, the 42 minute tape has been available for some time on USENET at alt.binaries.multimedia.nude.celebrities in .rar and PAR formats.


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Charlie's Angels? They got nothin' comparied to the crack fighting squad of South Park's Mr. Garrison


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A group of theater historians is bringing vaudeville back to life -- in cyberspace.


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Some strange animated stuff. Waterman, Episode V


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President Clinton says President Bush did what he had to do. Clinton said he also probably would have undertaken the war, but not until after U.N. chief weapons inspector Hans Blix "finished his job."


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The 100 Greatest British Albums


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