Monday, October 13, 2008

Baby Momma

I knew she was a standout high school basketball player, and I've seen the videos of her work as a TV sportscaster. I even looked her up on Wikipedia, and discovered she won the Miss Congeniality Award during the 1984 Miss Alaska beauty pageant.

And, of course, I know she's the Governor of Alaska, has some big time hate for her former brother-in-law and has a bear rug on the couch-back in her office.


What I didn't know was that Sarah Palin co-starred with Amy Poehler and Greg Kinnear in the slightly funny, completely predictable, one-joke-over-and-over movie,
Baby Momma.



That's gonna cost her some votes!



7 comments:

Jackie said...

I saw Baby Momma..and I gotta say it was real bad. All the funny lines were in the trailer...and when the aforementioned funny lines were dropped, the script kept talking, which canceled out what funny was there.

All politics aside, I gotta say Sarah Palin is a very attractive, healthy-lookin' 44 year old woman. Tina Fey is a haggard, worn-out 38. Besides the fact that they both wear glasses...I don't see a comparison there.

Is it possible you're an Anti-Glassesite, who thinks everyone with glasses looks exactly alike?!? :D:D

The Film Geek said...

Hmmm...

On the contrary-- I love glasses on a woman. They really turn me on. Glasses on a funny woman makes me all goofy on the inside.

Chris James said...

That movie needed a Cohen Bros. ending.

MountainLaurel said...

OH, FG, that was nice of you to say, but we all know that "men don't make passes at girls who wear glasses."

Trust me on this one. :-)

The Film Geek said...

Chris: LOL

MountainLaurel: Oh, but it's true. I prefer it when my wife wears her glasses. A smart, funny woman in glasses is kryptonite to me!

pstacks said...

But kryptonite kills Superman [unless you get technical on the color of the kryptonite and I forget which color does what]. So you're saying that chicks with specs kill you or make you weak in the knees?

All Click said...

I read an article on MSNBC entertainment section about Tina Fey and SNL stars adopting movie roles.

It mentioned this movie by saying:
"The surprise hit baby momma". I almost spat my coffee out.

I guess if you expect a movie to be 1 out of 10 and it ends up being 1.5 out of 10 then that is a surprise.