I like to quote movies, TV shows, and random drunken dry waller’s. Why? Well, because it makes my heart merry and a merry heart is like medicine, or crack, depending on who you ask. Some of my favorite quotable’s are from the movie Dumb and Dumber, followed by The Princess Bride… which, by the way, is nowhere near as queer as it sounds, so back off! You don’t know me! I also like hearing good quotes from shows like Seinfield and Family Guy. I am not good with these shows and their quotes, but they are funny when you hear them come from someone so that gives a good impression.
I live near a theater but I never go to it. The theater is really big and has a million neon lights all around it. The building looks pretty cool from the interstate as it lights up the entire night sky. I have been to this movie theater twice in the nearly 2 years I have lived here in Nashville. Once was to see a really bad movie that I am to embarrassed to mention, the other time was to see some Jim Carrey flick about being in an eternal sunshine. or something. This theater has been pegged as “ghetto” by my friends, I on the other hand don’t seem to mind at all. The place is well guarded… I think on any one night you can find anywhere between 5 to 10 armed rent-a-cops! I have never seen anything go down and I don’t really understand why it has assumed this label.
Do you ever quote your favorite movies randomly throughout daily conversation? “I do this all the time”, wait that was a quote from the movie Dumb & Dumber, but I actually do do this all the time. Quite often when someone is talking I just blurt out a quote from one of my favorite movies in response to whatever it is they are saying, I find that it tends to lighten up the mood of those in the room if they catch on.
I guess the title really should be ‚ÄúWhat To Do About figuring out the origins of the universe and mankind‚Äù. Expelled is a documentary about free speech, and the right to have an open debate with regard to the science of the origins of the universe and mankind.