Monday, September 24, 2007

Two Buck Schmuck Puts His Fate In Your Hands



Should Two Buck Schmuck see this movie, now playing at the LaGrange?

Vote via a comment on this post.

15 comments:

jin said...

No.

I think you should give the Die Hard thing another go. Maybe you'll like it more the second time around?
:-P

Splotchy said...

jin, THAT IS NOT A VALID VOTE.

Chris said...

I vote no.

I think you could have as much fun watching those two dollars swirl around a toilet bowl.

Granted, I never saw the movie, but I fear the worst.

Manx said...

In order the protect the sanctity of marriage and for the love of God, NO!

Robin Williams sold out a long time ago, my friend. It's something we all have to live with but don't have to support.

FranIAm said...

FranIam says no no no.

Do you hear me. No. NO! Please.

Stay away from that. If you go see that, the next thing you know you'll be smoking crack out of this.

If you don't believe me and it happens, don't come crying to me Splotch!

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

I am begging you not to waste time watching that film. I implore you to go watch grass grow instead.

Dale said...

Please do not do this Splotchy.

Beth said...

NO! You should always avoid the Humorous Williams.

Johnny Yen said...

Having spent a lot of happy hours of my youth watching bad (and some good) movies in the Lagrange Theatre, I'm tempted to tell you yes. But this one just yells "awful." My vote is no.

Instead, buy some popcorn and pop, and Netflix the worst double feature I ever saw at the Lagrange-- "Grizzly" and "Grand Theft Auto."

Distributorcap said...

no --- watch Singing Nuns before you see that!

(and we all know what i think of the singing nuns)

anandamide said...

Well, I was going to come on and say "no" as well, but now that feels so unoriginal...

"YES" !!! Anything with Robin Williams in it is bound to be great !!! His subtle, understated humor makes him a national treasure !!!

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

I heard that it's very, very bad.

But if you go into it with an appreciation for its badness, then I say "heck yeah!"

Bubs said...

YES, YES!

How could you pass up the hirsute comedic genius that is Robin Williams? this will undoubtedly be the best $2 movie ticket you've ever bought, I'm certain of it.

Splotchy said...

It appears that most people don't want me to go.

I will look into Chris and Dr MVM's alternate suggestions of flushing two dollars down the toilet and watching grass grow.

dguzman said...

Sorry I'm late, but
N.
O.