When Cracked Fucks Up

Wishlist: It’s coming along nicely. However since I can’t afford to get anyone anything anytime soon (Manly Man and I haven’t done official presents in over a year now) so I can’t imagine I’ll get anything. It’s nice though to have a list, makes me feel special.

Huh: We watched the movie Suicide Club the other night and while it was intriguing I never really had a clue what was going on and I was utterly lost by the end. I had to read up online to figure out what happened and if you need to do that then just maybe the point wasn’t delivered.

Cracked: You know I love Cracked, I love it like a weird uncle who is slightly inappropriate at parties. But I have learned that they are not perfect because of this post. They claim that The Life of David Gale’s ending is totally illogical but all the reasons they state are completely false, which means either they totally weren’t paying attention to the movie or had a seizure while watching it. I also now know they do not like The Unusual Suspects but I choose to just completely ignore this fact, after this post of course.

Alanis: Is it weird that now when I hear You Outta Know I pretend she’s singing about Ryan and Scarlett?

Song of the Moment:

Crazy In Love – Snow Patrol


  1. Barb

    December 4, 2009 at 12:06 pm

    Well, Cracked is called Cracked. I posted a link from them yesterday and it wasn’t entirely accurate, but…well, they’re Cracked.

  2. Grant

    December 4, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    Suicide Club is one of those movies like Rashomon that has an explanation, but not a solution. It’s best avoided if you need films to wrap up neatly by the end. I like it best because it starts with 50+ cute Japanese schoolgirls leaping in front of a train, and it has a musical number. You may find Ichi the Killer similarly baffling, but Battle Royale makes more sense. I mention those three because they’re considered to be the cornerstone of modern Japanese horror. Or try the entrails movies (Entrails of a Virgin and Entrails of a Beautiful Woman) if you want more boobage.

    1. Robin

      December 4, 2009 at 1:13 pm

      @Grant, I’m the last person who needs their movies to be tied up in a bow, in fact I kind of enjoy movies that make me think. This movie though just didn’t make any sense to me, the more that happened the less I seemed to know what was even going on. Just not my favorite Asian horror movie. I didn’t hate it, just found other films a little better.

  3. submom

    December 5, 2009 at 7:37 am

    I know you are hating that post with all that you’ve got now, and it would have killed Christmas for you if you were one of those dole-eyed Christmas fans, BUT I am loving the post. Why? Not because I want you to hate me by association. This way I don’t need to watch the 10 movies mentioned without going to my deathbed without know whodunit. You have given me the gift of time and peace. Thank you.

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