06 December 2007

Does any other Mo out there find it snortingly funny

. . . that this movie which is currently showing at this dollar theater is being billed on this movie listings page as Passage to ZaraHERNIA?

10 comments:

Am'n2deep said...

Well, I do!

andi said...

This is just what the ad guy heard when people were leaving the theater. I love it when life imitates art... especially BAD art.

Geo said...

Despite the tempting title, I opted for a different dollar movie tonight. Anybody else seen My Kid Could Paint That?

moiety said...

Oi, I'm for bagging Zarahernia in favor of "My Kid etc". I've been interested in that episode for a while; how was the film, and what's your take on the whodunnit, and does the film argue a position on it?

Love you Geo.

Nigel said...

Ha, ha, snort, ha...

Geo said...

MOIETY. If you're house-hunting in the neighborhood this weekend, maybe you and Becca should try to see it while it's at the mall dollar theater. I liked it, was frustrated by it, liked it some more. I'll wait till you've watched it to get into my take; I don't want to spoil anything for you. But don't take the kiddos unless you're prepared for them to deal with the F-bomb in neon, literally. The movie was about much more than the Marla controversy—that's all I'll yield for now. Let me know when you've had a look-see.

Geo said...

P.S. Love you too, Moiety.

Geo said...

NIGEL. Maybe it calls for a double-date? I can't resist Zarahernia for long.

Lois, Our Lady of Blogs said...

Zarahernia? Too funny.

I've seen tons of "60 Minutes" segments on Marla, so I have no desire to see that.

I personally try to avoid churchy movies (unless people I know are in them -- especially Chup).

Geo said...

LOIS. I don't usually make it to the first-runs of Mo-shows, but somehow they always come looking for me on DVD.

That said, I really must see Stalking Santa, which isn't about Mos, it's only made by Mos.

And I will have to go to the LDS Film Fest in January. It's tradition.

But the 'hernia? No, thanks.