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The few times I happened to see Land of the Lost on TV in the 1970s, I was about four or five years old and it was so scary that I had to avert my eyes and ears -- go to another room or turn the channel. I was kind of lame that way. I'm glad someone else thought it was scary.
I can watch Will Ferrell for 2 hours and never even chuckle. He more disgusts me than entertains me. And I really wonder how otherwise intelligent people can think he is anything like funny. Maybe your IQ rose a few notches, Geeky, and you have now entered the same zone of enlightenment in which I have always resided. Welcome.
LOL.Must be due to a buildup of serotonin from all the slaw we've eaten on our WV hot dogs.Oddly(or, perhaps, sadly), I'm really bugged about this movie. LOTL should be an adventure, not a comedy.
Look at it this way, Film Geek: they'll screw it up regardless of how they do it so it's of no concern to us LOTL fans.
Great. Another red box movie.
I was really looking forward to this too :( Dianne
Read Me: The Sleestack scared me to death!Paul: I like the perspective. Hope I can use it.BB: I'll see it in the theater. Just won't like it.
I had a teacher in high school everyone called Sleestack. Her head was seriously pointy.I tried to watch the HBO Will Ferrell Bush thingy the other night and only made it in 20 minutes. I think he's fallen into the ham pot a little too often and is hammier than my tastes now.I say that, and then he'll do something that surprises me. But, Universal will get the great new ride for the theme parks out of this movie and they'll probably sell a shitload to parents of kids who can't get enough dinosaurs. So, it's good for the economy to destroy perfectly good cheese that way? I don't know. I like cheese. Just not that gov'ment kind that Reagan sent out to us.
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