Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Anyway, please watch the entire thing. I've watched it about 7 times and get goosebumps with each viewing. It's for an act called Signature and it's like that Kashif Memon guy only it's not, you know, cringe inducing and a thinly veiled attempt to take advantage of a dopey Pakistani caricature for web hits.
Anyway, here you go...
They really are quiet terrific.
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Ok, award winning photography is one thing but I think I just threw up a little in my mouth. Nature and Humans have always come into contact: flicking the nasty mosquito sucking your blood, peeing in the bushes when you can't find a rest area, a bird pooping on your windshield, getting chased by a squirrel or two, accidentally stepping on an earthworm's head (or was that the butt?) after it has rained... aiight, you get the point. And maybe I'm just being zaleel about this, but seriously now, this connect between humans and nature needs to be taken inside the abode! Or better yet, not be happening at all. I wouldn't want to be sharing my mama's milk with Bambi! Would you? Unparalleled my arse!!
I can't even fathom as to what her kid will grow up thinking. But I'm pretty damn sure none of the animals nor Bambi's kids in the village will be malnutritioned or starved to death! Maybe they'll all be wearing orange dresses too.
Monday, April 28, 2008
What you guys don’t know however is that Pakistan was not to be left behind. The ISI (Inter Services Incest) once again took the help of the faithful Ahmed Chutney Company. Yes, Ahmed is not only making yummy and noxious paadh inducing achar but also truly and deeply involved in the Indo-Pak politics. This video released in secrecy shows how they went about their operation to thwart the newly launched Indian satellite. You may recognize the radar operator as Jadoo the alien from Koi Mil Gaya before he went neela:
Thursday, April 24, 2008
Shameful right? Unfortunately instead of celebrating Jackson's game tying shot, I should have recognized that Kirilenko was in on the play and as such I should have realized that he would pull a dick move and ruin T-Mac's attempt to get out of the first round (seriously I don't think I can handle another emotional Tracy McGrady press conference, my heart can't take that kind of sadness.) Even worse this wasn't Kirilenko's first flop and it wasn't even his grandest, oh no, we have this gem:
Look at that bitch fly! For these reasons and the fact that he's a Godless commie bastard and has a weird face, Andrei Kirilenko is our "BC of The Week!"
If the Rockets lose again I'm punching a hole through my TV.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Hell bent on proving that the space time continuum is no match to the truly awesome power of making a shitty film, Harry Baweja presents Love Story 2050. The film, which stars your future bhabhi Priyanka Chopra and Harry's boy Harman who kinda looks like Hrithik Roshan's unfortunate looking second cousin, is about love and time travel or something. Here's the synopsis from wiki:
Boman Irani plays an eccentric scientist who has dedicated 15 years of his life into building a time machine.in the opening shots Boman is shown jubilating with his successful invention.the character played by Harman Baweja along with his girlfriend(Priyanka Chopra) sets out on a journey to the year 2050 through the time machine.then, they land in a futuristic Mumbai having flying cars, holograms, robots and Indian ninjas.the story moves further from there.
15 years to build a time machine? That's a pretty impressive accomplishment when you consider that my paapi dil, which by the way is equally as eccentric, has dedicated the last 15 years of it's life to figuring out whether or not Karishma Kapoor is hot and still hasn't reached a conclusion. It should gets it's act together and maybe hire a life coach.
Love Story 2050 is due to open June 13th 2008, but should be available on DVD at Patel Video two days later.
Friday, April 18, 2008
Saturday, April 5, 2008
Boom! Cute, simple, effective and basically the best 22 seconds on TV not involving an errantly televised titty that somehow escaped the treacherous tentacles of the FCC.
Well, I have bad news. For some reason, UPS feels the need to go green screen on us and completely ruin the shtick:
I feel dirty watching it. It's completely unnecessary. It would be like Aishwariya Rai got implants, I'd boycott all her movies. Alright, that's a lie. I would at least go as far as only watching the songs on youtube in the privacy of my own room and mood music. That would show her.
Thursday, April 3, 2008
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Aamir Khan is carrying the Olympic Torch for India in a move that angers supporters of Tibetan freedom. I for one, think that he's making the right decision. Tibet will never be free, for one thing they're Buddhists and according to my eighth grade social studies teacher Buddhists are non-violent. Also the Chinese government doesn't seem to care about what people think, I believe they ordered a tank to run over a man on international television and not a damn thing changed in China. I mean, don't get me wrong, Aamir Khan is a great actor, I cry like a bitch every time i watch Dil Chahta Hain (Its about guy love!) but I don't think he has the power to free Tibet by not carrying the Olympic Torch. Aamir Khan shouldn't worry about critics either, the Olympics will be over in a few months and then the world will forget about Tibet and we won't have to protest anything until the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Damn apartheid.....