Here’s a premise for a new movie. It’s not an entirely original idea, but it sure would give those directors who love visual effects and explosions a task they could really sink their fingers into.( …Cough, cough, Michael Bay, cough, cough….)
Nine times out of ten, if you see an explosion, it’s because Michael Bay is around.
Ready for this?
I saw The Avengers for the second time last night with a very good friend of mine who hadn’t seen it yet. He had an amazing deal on movie tickets, and he wanted someone who enjoys movies more than a normal human being to go with him, so naturally I’m a perfect choice.
Get ready to rumble.
Going to the movies is as close as I can get to a religious experience without being in a church or place of holy admiration. Especially if I’m seeing said film for the first time. If it’s a repeat viewing, I’m a little less strict, but you get the picture. I’m going to laugh and cry on a whim because of an emotional connection to what’s happening on the screen. I may gasp, cringe, and even scoff at what’s being said. Much like hearing a bad homily during a church service, and yes, I’ve heard a few doozies in my day. On the flip side, I’ve also heard words spoken that have shaken me to the core.
Be a great speaker….it’s better than being the strongest warrior. How’s that for some Friday Jedi wisdom?
A little off track, but here we go. Back on to my great movie idea. Why not find a way to dissolve this whole Marvel and DC comic book character madness, and bring our favorite super heroes all together? Going along that same train of thought, why not expand the super hero universe to include others not bound to the pages of comic books? Bring in Superman, Spiderman, Iron Man, the Hulk, Tomb Raider (she’s a debatable super hero…but she is pretty kick ass) and other popular names to the super human strength.We could add in the Fantastic Four and X-Men’s Wolverine.
Would you want to mess with those metal claws? I surely wouldn’t.
To get the male-female dynamic evened out, we’ll throw Electra and Wonder Woman into the mix. Black Widow can stick around, but let’s get a decent Cat Woman finally, along with She-Ra and Super Girl.
This time, we’ll give her a real struggle.
How about someone a little more human, such as the man behind the black mask, Zorro?
The masked bandit who stole my childhood heart.
While we’re at it, let’s add to the mix a certain Force sensitive figure, such as a Jedi. They have powers unlike a normal human. Why shouldn’t they be thrown into the mix? They’d be a powerful ally.
Either way, it’ll be a tough fight.
Or, for the sake of plot, also a very dangerous enemy.
Regardless, throw all these bad boys and girls into the mix because the worst tragedy of all mankind is about to descend upon earth. Most likely another alien invasion of a living society we had no idea about (yet again), but they must team up together in order to save Earth. What could make it interesting is that not only are they warring with this invading force, but also against each other. Jedi versus Dark Jedi. Superman versus Super Girl. The Fantastic Four suddenly split teams. Iron Man versus Lara Croft.
The billionaire philanthropist…
….tha lady raider.
I’m just spitting out ideas here, but think about all the explosions and fight scenes that would need to happen to make this script become a visual spectacle? If you’re reading this Michael Bay, you need to acknowledge it was spoken here first, and I get full credit for the idea and must be brought into the movie-making process from Step 1. Do you hear me?!
I’ll be awaiting a call from his agent any moment now.
This brings me to another thought I had last night. I’m a special type of girl, and I’ve known this for quite some time. I nerd out about things people don’t suspect. Star Wars being the main area of interest there. I can talk about Star Wars for hours and never be bored. I could have the same conversation day after day, and not be any less bored with the topic. In fact, I’d probably have researched the thing discussed so when we started talking again, I would have new things to say the sixth time around.
I can get behind superhero movies, I like playing in the mud and getting dirty, and I’m not afraid to do something considered ‘a man’s thing’. I’m a pretty big tom boy, and can give any guy out there a good run for their money in most areas.
Many find these aspects about myself attractive. On the same thought, I’m also discovering it can be a huge turn off. Why, I ask? I honestly have no clue. Men say they want women to be nothing other than themselves. So, then why, when I am being myself, do you find me “intimidating”, “rash”, and possible “a touch crazy”?
“Who were the judges and critics? I would like to ask them, ‘What exactly is it that you personally find not sexy about me? Is it my figure? Is it my brain that bothers you?’”
I often have to ask myself and lately a few blithering idiots the same thing, Sarah Jessica Parker, the Sex and the City actress named Unsexiest Woman Alive by Maximmagazine.
Guys were pretty harsh towards Ms. Parker. They compared her to that of a neighing horse.
Could it be the fact I don’t put up with a guy’s bullshit, much like a guy does with his buddies? If you lie about something, I’m going to call you out on it. I’ve seen my guy friends do this to each other. Why should I be any different? Because I have boobs? Not the greatest of reasons why I shouldn’t call you out on your crap when I’ve caught you red-handed. Actually, if I was a guy and I caught you lying red-handed to my face, I’d probably just punch you square in the face, and be over everything in the following 15 seconds.
These boys yelled and punched the each other over being in love with the same girl. Guess what? They’re still friends.
I may have my answer as to what separates the boys from the men right there.
Despite the rant, I have found a few good men out there, and one such good man will have the pleasure of being in my company this evening once I’m free from the shackles of work. I’m not letting this bog me down, however, because it is a beautiful, sunshine-filled Friday! Here are a few Fabulous things making my Friday absolutely wonderful:
One of my favorite movie posters of all time. It’s just ridiculous, but so amazingly awesome.
Fabulous Thoughts on Any Relationship:
Fabulous Sweet Breakfast:
Crepes, bananas and Nutella. Yummy yum yum.
OMG…sushi is simply delicious.
I may be a tom boy, but lace always brings out a little bit of sexy and naughty in everyone.
Get it straight, and no one gets hurt.
Fabulous Movie-Watching Nerd Move:
Fabulous Furry Friend:
How do you not want to cuddle this little guy?
Fabulous Farm Memory:
There is nothing more rewarding than waking up before the sun has risen to take care of your animals, be it horse or cow.
Fabulous Future Destination:
Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy
Fabulous View From an Office:
I probably wouldn’t get any work done. Honestly.
Fabulous Dress Move:
You’ve never known the true joy of a dress until you’ve taken a nice little spin with it.
Fabulous 90s Kid Flashback:
Fabulous Song I’m Currently in Love With:
I’m keeping my fingers crossed for a fantastic weekend in more ways than one. It’s my birthday on Sunday, and how I love birthdays (especially my own!) Keeping my hopes up for beautiful weather, too. After the flooding and rain, all I want is warm rays on my back. Skin cancer threats be damned. I love my sunshine, and as all the celebrities are saying these days: YOLO.
Until I get that dreadful phone call, right?
Bad thoughts aside, I hope you head into your weekend with lots of happiness and smiles. The weekend is upon us!
My birthday is a mere 48 hours away!