23, Oh No!


So I’m 28 years old now, and I’ve been 28 for 3 months. So 8-2=6, three times that is 666, oh no!

Also, my address starts with 16, and 2×8=16, add those up and you get 32, which is 23 backward, oh no!

I’m watching LeBron James play ball right now, his number is 23, oh no!

The numbers 2 and 3 are right next to each other on my keyboard…TWICE, oh no!

I’m really looking forward to this weekend, and it’s February 3, which is 2/3, oh no!

I grew up in a town with 7 letters, and a state with 6 letters, I have 10 toes, add those all up, 23, oh no!

I must be Jim Carrey!

Pan’s Labyrinth Soundtrack


So I’ve had a tab open for probably the past two hours or so. It’s the website for Pan’s Labyrinth. It’s a pretty neat looking movie. It’s being promoted as a fantasy movie for adults. I’m excited to see it one day in the distant future. Being in Utah, I don’t get to see many non-pop-culture movies in theaters, which is weird since this state is the home of the largest film festival in the US.

Anyway, check out the site, the music is awesome. I can’t get enough of it.
Link again.

How to Eat Fried Worms


I just stumbled upon this today while looking for a trailer to Snakes On A Plane (I wasn’t convinced it was actually a real movie, like that somebody thought that up and said “Hey, that’s a great idea”). A movie is being made about the book I have read more than any other book. I honestly had to do at least three book reports on How to Eat Fried Worms when I was in grade school.

I was excited to see the news that it is becoming a movie. It, of course, is a kids movie, but I’m sure I’ll see it one day. It could be one of those kid movies that isn’t too painful to watch. Now, they just need to make one about the other book I used for book reports, The Whipping Boy.

Link: How to Eat Fried Worms trailer

New Guy Ritchie Movie


The creator of two quality movies, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch has made another film titled Revolver. I first saw Ritchie’s work when I rented Snatch a few years back. I remember watching it all by myself initially and I couldn’t wait to tell people I knew about the movie. Great cinematography, music, wit, and acting. Shortly after that, I rented Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and enjoyed it – not at the same level, but I found it entertaining.

So I don’t know much of what Revolver is about, but it looks to have potential. Jason Statham will once again star in the movie. I like his look in this one, very grizzled.

The trailer can be seen here:
Revolver trailer

It hits theaters tomorrow, Sept 22, 2005. Living in St. George, Utah means that I’m pretty sure I won’t have the chance to see the movie unless I drive to Vegas. Movies with any sense of style generally skip the theaters here. I had to wait to see I Heart Huckabees on DVD, and I think it may be the same with this movie.