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Friday, December 30, 2005

Movies I’d Like To See

Warning: If you take the following seriously, then you probably shouldn’t be reading my blog…

BiPolar Express: The story of a mother of three, trying not to succumb to housewifery, trying to have a bit of fun while she’s still “youngish,” trying to have a writing career, all while maintaining sanity.
Chronicles of Nerdnia: The ShyOne, the Bitch, and Her Wardrobe: She’s hopelessly talkative, hot-tempered, impulsive; he’s a quiet geek to the n + 1 degree. They fall in love, buy too much, have a lot of kids, and 23 years later, what do they talk about?
The Family Stoned: A family bakes too much over a winter vacation and goes around in a perpetual sugar high. High-jinx ensue.
Talkback Mountain: Comedy of a snotty teenager, pissed-off mom.
Kaput-e: A 40-something suburban mother turns to a life of crime due to the utter boredom of late December in New England.
Memoirs of a Goisha: A Jewish woman thinks back on her days when she impersonated a Shiksa at a swank liberal arts college in the Northeast.
Bling Kong: The horror story of a materialistic woman trying to live within her means and then exploding with an impulsive shopping spree that blows up her credit card balance.
Botox that Line: A thriller, coming-of-middle-age piece, about an aging hottie contemplating the use of cosmetic surgery in order to hold onto her fading youth, all the while knowing that her adoring husband will leave her if she does it. Will she or won’t she? Suspensful and twisted. Reviews from are mentioned in this, showing how current it is.
The Wringer: A heartrending day-in-the-life romp of a woman taxed to the limit during a cold, empty stretch of time sometime after Christmas, longing to go back to the days when she was too busy shlepping kids to Special Olympics practices, playdates, therapy, and the like.
Malice and Vomit: The Curse of a Weird Habit: A family tries to handle their dysfunctional feelings by employing further dysfunctional behaviors of overeating and becoming ill.


Oh my, this is so freaking funny! I love it and can’t stop laughing, I needed a good laugh, thanks:)

— added by KCsMom on Friday, December 30, 2005 at 11:06 pm

I’m laughing so hard that my dh came into to ask what I’m doing. This is hysterical . . . You are so funny!

— added by MothersVox on Monday, January 2, 2006 at 1:57 pm

OMG, I need to run right out and buy these movies!!! Outrageously runny!!!!

— added by Diamond on Monday, January 2, 2006 at 4:06 pm

Also Word Crashers—in which Charlie raises the usual trouble with his dear old dad—-

— added by kristina on Monday, January 2, 2006 at 6:12 pm

hey, that’s a good one, Kristina! Thanx!

— added by Susan Senator on Monday, January 2, 2006 at 7:47 pm

Liz here from I Speak of Dreams….This is very funny, I am sharing it with a friend.

— added by Anonymous on Monday, January 16, 2006 at 5:20 pm

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