If you thought The DaVinci Code was shocking, you ain't heard nothing yet. Everything the media taught you about the Clinton's is wrong. The Clinton Code reveals that Bill did not rape Juanita Broaddrick, did not sexually harass Katherine Willey, and did not have improper relations with Paula Jones, Jennifer Flowers or even Monica Lewinski. These were all a big cover up for Bill's real passion.....12-year old boys.
The Clinton Code takes you inside the secret society, the Sid Blums, a society dedicated to protecting the dark secrets of socialism and communism. How the secret blood line of Marx, Lennin, and even Hitler all lead to a little girl named Hillary Rodham. How the secret rituals of the Sid Blums concerning the shoes of Hillary Rodham lead to the firing of Dick Morris and to Dick's new role in infatuating the other side by giving bad advice and making predictions that never come true. Also the book reveals the story behind the mysterious death of Vince Foster, and how the Clinton Body Count actually grossly underestimates the carnage left behind by the Clintons.
DISCLAIMER: This book is not anti-anything. The Clinton Code is a novel and therefore a work of fiction. The artwork, architecture, documents, and secret rituals depicted in this novel all exist. This disclaimer takes no stance about the theories discussed in this book. This book serves only to open up discussion on these important topics. In fact, I am a supporter of the Clintons. If you ask what a Clinton supporter is, everyone will give you different answers. To some to be a Clinton supporter, you must have voted for them. To others, liking them is all it takes. I prefer not to rigidly classify this personal concept, so to me being a Clinton supporter simply means to seek the truth out about these SOBs.
OK folks, we finally figured out what Dennis Miller's FReeper handle is :)
good morning all,
i was wondering why so many people take pride and joy bashing on movies? Isn't that what we used to do maybe in grade 3?
The Da Vinci Code will make plenty of money this weekend. But generally movies that are this critically panned have a hard time retaining audiences after week one.
Having seen the film on Thursday with a couple of other staff members from our church (I work in our media department), I will say the Da Vinci Code is tedious and boring, and easily Ron Howard's worst film as a director... yes, even as bad as The Paper, and EdTV. The film just drags on and on (needed to be trimmed by 30 mins or so), and Tom Hanks is just horrid, he's there to pick up a paycheck... nothing more. The audience reaction was tepid at best. Some people were clamoring how great it was, but the general buzz seemed to be "too long" and "Boring."
I suspect a $60-70 million opening (not nearly as big as some industry types are predicting), but the wild card in all of this is another movie opening this weekend.... Over the Hedge.
I got to see and advanced screening this week, and boy what a GREAT family movie. Funny, cute, moves fast, and is wildly entertaining. Hammy the squirril steals every scene he's in. And I must say, the final 15 minutes of this film are probably the funniest fifteen minutes I've ever seen put to celluloid.
Over the Hedge could be huge this weekend. It's opening in more theaters and is over an hour shorter... thus more screenings this weekend. I would not be overly surprised if Over the Hedge wins the box office battle this weekend.
The tell tale sign will be Saturday's numbers. If Da Vinci's Saturday numbers barely go up, or even... gulp... go down from Friday, Hanks and company could be in for a very short ride.
All of the movies listed about S-CKED!
Pearl Harbor, 25%, $199 million - Terrible movie. No talent having Ben Affleck puts me makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck. Tora! Tora! Tora! had better special effects.
Home Alone 2, 19%, $174 million - Can't recall the plot, but I remember rooting the bad guys would strangle McCauley Caulkin.
Fantastic 4, 25%, $155 million - Want to like this. Snooze fest.
Cheaper by the dozen, 24%, $139 million - Haven't seen it. I was in the play in highschool.
Bad Boys 2, 25%, $137 million - Best of the bunch I have seen. Mindless, cliched, and completely action packed. Probably worth watching just for the freeway chase.
Godzilla, 25%, $136 million - Terrible. The lizard in your front yard is more interesting.
The Flintstones, 6%, $131 million - Another snoozer..
Van Helsing, 22%, $120 million - Tricked by a great trailer into paying to see this CGI filled trash. Awful. Boring. I have more chemistry with Kate Beckinsale then Hugh Jackman.
Hook, 21%, $119 million - Mind numbingly bad.
Wild, Wild West, 19%, $114 million - Utter garbage. Ruined a great TV show.
Crocodile Dundee 2, 14%, $109 million - Paul who?