I'm trying to get into this whole "Reading my friend's journals and responding" thing, but I'm slow and difficult to change, so bare with me.

In other news: (to quote Steve-O)

The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is pretty damn fun. I never watched the movie, but the game has an interesting enough storyline that I'm guessing Hollywood never touched it. The gameplay's pretty amusing, though I think they REALLY could have made things that you smash look more realistic and less generic. I don't care if it looks like a real city - i care if it breaks like one. Otherwise a very fun game.

I finally broke down and watched Chicago, and it sucked. That's really all there is to say there. It wasn't the actors, it was the story - if anything, i was really impressed with the performances in the movie, especially the vocal performances. One to note for sure is the guy that plays Renee Zellweger's husband singing "Mr. Cellophane." That man has an incredible voice, and i've been impressed with his acting time and time again. If you plan on watching it though, don't bother with the whole movie - watch the Cellblock Tango, the scene in the courtroom about the diary, and Mr. Cellophane... otherwise you might get caught up in the overly-simple (and pretty ridiculous) storyline.

I also saw Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. I don't know if i'm impressed yet ... like a good potato salad, i think i need to let this one sit for a while to figure out if i liked it or not. It was DEFINITELY an experience - and i think it was a good one, but i tend to gravitate toward funky films which may not be everyone else's favorite... regardless, be prepared for a movie that not only looks (at times) like a documentary, but seems to go on and on like one. Biggest difference though is that this "mockumentary" style film seriously leaves you pondering your grasp on its main points and thoughts after all is said and done. ... And that's a lot better than anything on the Discovery Channel.

Reporting live for CNN, (Cynical Nerd Network) this is The Reverend C-Jazz saying: "Fuck Off, I like me."