We went to see a movie at a real movie theater. There’s no remote control, you just sit down and they start the movie for you. So cool. We saw Tom Hanks in “A Man Called Otto.” Wonderful story and Hanks’ acting was spot on. It was well worth the effort to see it and I do recommend it (that’s as close to a movie review as I get). And here is what I know about theaters and the movies:
I knew an actor who fell the floor once. Turns out it was just a stage he was going through.
This lady got fired as a set designer in Hollywood. She didn’t make a scene.
Our local postal worker gave up her job to perform in a play, but her delivery wasn’t so good.
Once I tried doing stand up comedy on a farm – got mooed off stage.
A friend of my wrote a movie script about the English language, but it turned out to be a play on words.
I once worked as a lighting technician on a movie set once. They said my work was spot on.
I’ve tried writing movie jokes, but it’s all just an act.
Is it me or are all theater jokes staged?
Just read about a robbery over at the movie theater. They said the robbers got nearly $20,000. Apparently they stole 5 bags of popcorn, 6 large cokes, and 10 boxes of Raisinets.
I went to see an R rated movie. There was no violence, swearing, nudity or sex. Frankly it was over rated.
Show the crew at the popcorn counter a little appreciation. After all they make a lot of concessions.
A writer, set designer, and cinematographer walk into a bar … and the director takes all the credit.
I knew from the beginning that the Titanic would sink. I tried to warn people several times. I kept trying until they threw me out of the theater.