Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Me love you long time. All from Engrish.com.
Don't overcook it. It gets tough.
Works for me!
You died shit!
The Crest Brulee is to die for
Ever Americans can't say it right
If it stuffs into its mouth, a taste will spread
Sexphone competition: lots of solos.
"What's the soap du jour"
"It's the soap of the day."
"Oooh, that sounds good. I'll have that."
That's what she said
We can't ring up that shit back here
When stinks, give it the three-finger howdy
I think most of have ridden in that car
The TP that feels like soft gentle lips on your anus
As long as you don't try to blew me, knock yourself out
Yeah. Get the hell out of there.
This year I'll be ready for Fuck Like A Pirate Day
Oh, how I loved this show. I lived for it. And this open -- I thought it was so cool that Batman could punch three guys at once. He was just that good.
A while back I did this related post about the series' many guest-star villains. Check it out.
The Batman movie (1969) is available on DVD. This is the one where Lee Meriwether played Catwoman because Julie Newmar was unavailable (she was shooting McKenna's Gold with Gregory Peck at the time). Meriwether never played Catwoman in the regular series, although she did appear in other roles.
Not all movie robots are created equal. There's Transformers, and then there's these douchebags.
THE FIX-ITS in BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED
The thing we love most about robots is their ability to kill efficiently and without remorse, which is why we hate the Fix-Its so friggin' much. When alien robots come down from space, they're supposed to unleash devastating mechanical fury upon the earth, not shack up with Jessica Tandy and fix toasters.
JOHNNY 5 in SHORT CIRCUIT
With his stupid voice, terrible one-liners, and arms like a mutant T-rex, Johnny 5 is easily the crappiest robot in movie history. This movie is fun to watch when you're 5, but after that the only redeeming qualities are the scene where Johnny bleeds oil after getting the crap kicked out of him and Fisher Stevens' laughably racist Indian accent.
C-3PO in STAR WARS
George Lucas created a heap of innovative movie robots, but this piss-colored rust bucket is easily the second most annoying character in the Star Wars universe. (He's not quite lame enough to dethrone Jar Jar, but it's close.) Why would something that's fluent "in over 6 million forms of communication" need to use a voice described on Wikipedia as that of a "prissy, high-strung butler"?
HALEY JOEL ANDROID in A.I.
A.I. is two and a half hours of (more) proof that Steven Spielberg is better at adopting children than creating robots. We can just hear him saying, "I want to make a movie about a robot that has no lasers of any kind, but does a lot of moping and whining. People are definitely going to love that."
MATT LEBLANC in LOST IN SPACE
They never actually come out and say that LeBlanc is a robot in this movie, but with his wooden delivery, vapid expressions, and complete lack of human emotion, it's hard to think otherwise. Apparently there's another pretty crappy 'bot in this flick as well, but we were too busy yelling, "Look, it's Joey!" to notice.
D.A.R.Y.L. in D.A.R.Y.L.
Data Analyzing Robot Youth Lifeform might have the lamest acronym we have ever heard. We give it credit for having "robot" in there, but the words "data analyzing" would fit better on some dork's résumé than in a movie title.
ROBO-GRANNY in THE ELECTRIC GRANDMOTHER
The Electric Grandmother — based on a Ray Bradbury short story — is a kid-friendly movie from 1982 in which a family replaces their dead grandma with a highly customizable mechanical version. It might sound a little morbid, but it teaches kids the valuable lesson that even the most beloved family member can easily be replaced with an expensive piece of electronics.
PAULIE'S ROBOT BUTLER in ROCKY IV
Not a day goes by where we don't dream of having our very own automated butler to dispense drinks, play music, and scare the hell out of our pets. But if we're going to shell out the big bucks, we'd want something a lot cooler looking than the hunk of junk they have in Rocky IV.
ANDREW MARTIN in BICENTENNIAL MAN
You can dress up Robin Williams however you want, but underneath he's still going to be the same hairy, annoying guy that hasn't shut the fuck up for the past 30 years. Plus, the story is about a robot that turns into a person, which may have been innovative when Isaac Asimov wrote his short story, but now it's about as fresh as a seagull's breath. (They eat garbage and don't floss.)
EVE in EVE OF DESTRUCTION
Ah government, when will you learn not to build highly dangerous androids equipped with nuclear bombs? By now you guys should know that it's definitely going to escape and raise hell all over the place. Then you have to call up Gregory Hines and convince him to go and capture it… It's all a big pain in the ass. Plus, it makes for a craphole movie. So do yourselves a favor, next time just build something more practical like a tank or a Taco Bell closer to our office.