Thursday, October 11, 2018

October Time



Gun Control Advocate Jamie Lee Curtis Becomes Icon For Armed Self-Defense In ‘Halloween’ Sequel

I found this very humorous.

Jamie Lee, I still love you, but a word to the wise... if you're an actor, leave politics to the politicians.

14 comments:

Jan said...

I don't think Hollywood knows the difference between films and life

cube said...

an: Absolutely. Some of those I do excuse, but others just put themselves into a black pit. I had a calculus professor who used to say, "a word to the wise is sufficient," after whatever she was teaching. Sure enough, it was a pop quiz the next day. I learned that lesson. And I aced it.

Comedy Plus said...

If the NFL, actors or the press are talking I'm not listening. They have nothing to say that I want to hear.

Have a fabulous day. ♥

messymimi said...

Why they think everyone is entitled to their opinion i just do not understand.

Ed Bonderenka said...

Well, all the good comments are taken :)

LL said...

I boycott Hollywood actors who are anti firearms activists and make films glorifying gun violence.

Adrienne said...

We attend almost zero films. We will be seeing Gosnell this weekend though.

DaBlade said...

I agree, cube. I do want to see this new Halloween movie though. Looks good!

cube said...

Comedy Plus: I haven't watched the NFL games in going on two years. I don't miss it at all and I have so much more free time. I see it as their loss and not mine.

cube said...

Messymimi: Exactly, we are all entitled to OUR opinion, but we're not entitled to THEIR opinion. Why they think THEIR opinion is more important than OURS I really can't say except that they don't think critically. Emotion doesn't cut it in the real world and it shows in their resultant policies.

cube said...

Ed Bonderenka: Lol.

cube said...

LL: I tend to avoid all movies. I like to wait for a DVD, if it's worthy of a watch The last one I saw at the theater was the midnight showing of the last Harry Potter film. I attended because someone unexpectedly dropped out and I took the ticket because I had read all the books and had watched all of the previous films and enjoyed them very much. I didn't expect the spectacle of the midnight show, but I ended up enjoying it all.

Thinking back, the only recent-ish movie I miss not having seen was "Wonder Woman," because the version my daughter loaned me was Blue Ray and I still have DVD. I'm still looking forward to watching that whenever. I'll live.

cube said...

Adrienne: Good for you. I don't go to movie theaters much anymore, but I'll look for it in DVD.

cube said...

DaBlade: I liked the previous Halloween movie (H20) because Jamie Lee and her mother (of Psycho fame) were in it. I thought Laurie killed Michael. How can he possibly be back again? I'm getting tired of suspending disbelief on that. Still, like you, I do want to watch it, but
I'll wait for it to come on Demand or DVD, but I'm not going to the theater for it.