Jakkal (jakkal) wrote,

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Yeah I knew it...

Well already people are complaining about how unrealistic "The Day After Tomorrow" is. Well duh, what did you expect? This is the kind of movie that the suspension of disbelief exists for. Now I haven't seen the movie yet, so I can't praise it or dis it. But I mean, really. In disaster flicks, it has to be a total devistation, from an entire town, country, or the world. Typically it's the 'world,' because it's supposed to give you that sense that, no matter what, there -is- no escape.

Sure, the idea of a sudden infliction of freeze/tital wave/killer tornados/etc is hard to swallow, but really, the movie wouldn't work any other way. And by god, I've been looking forward to a natural disaster movie for a good long time that didn't leave the distaste of Armageddon or Deep Impact (Though I LOVED that killer tsunami in Deep Impact). In any case, I'm looking forward to it.

In other news, am I an Ice Queen? I know I'm bitchy, and some people will swear up and down that I'm an evil whore that needs to die painfully. I always thought I had a very laid back southern attitude. But there's one thing about southerners, when they -do- get pissed, they explode. I'm no different. If you find my fuse, expect a bang. But even after I've exploded my feelings, most of the time I get over it fairly quickly, especially after I sleep on it. Oh well.

I am one of those people that love to hear the sound of their voice. That and my lousy attitude make for a mixture as toxic next-day-mexican-dinner-ass-drip.

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