Friday, March 14, 2008

Two Buck Schmuck Crisis In Progress

Per the La Grange Theatre website (the cinematic ground zero of all my Two Buck Schmuck reviews):

Remember When...
  • The Blues Brothers were on a "Mission from God"

  • "ET Phone home" made you cry

  • You were shocked that Vader was Luke's Father
These were playing the last time La Grange Theatre raised ticket prices!

Starting April 2nd, we will be raising our ticket price to $3.50, to help in the continued renovation of our theatres.



What the hell am I going to call myself now?!!! The Three Fifty Swifty?

16 comments:

Grant Miller said...

The cheap theater out by us closed. So, hopefully the increase will keep your old one open!

GETkristiLOVE said...

But how much is popcorn?

McGone said...

"The Nitty Gritty for Three-Fitty?"

(Intentionally mispelled. Proper spelling comes at $5 or higher)

Comrade Kevin said...

I only like eco-butter.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

$3.50!? What, do they think you're made of money?

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

Thrifty 3.50?

Two buck schmuck has such a nice ring.

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

And if you're really stuck, you can always try using Rhymezone

Randal Graves said...

The Two Buck Inflation Schmuck. You can keep the original rhyme of quality while making a subversive political statement.

FranIAm said...

That is so wrong at so many levels...

I may not even be able to visit this blog again as a result.

(no such luck, schmuck. i mean swifty.)

Dale said...

Shifty 3.50?

Kevin said...

The $3.50 Nifty

(Well, I think you're nifty, anyway...)

Regards,

Tengrain

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

I suggest "El Cheapo."

Freida Bee said...

Let's see. What can you call your three dollar and fifty cent stint?

Three Hundred and Fifty Penny Lenny?

Bubs said...

Just call it

"The feature formerly known as Two Buck Schmuck"

And you have been tagged, sir.

dguzman said...

DAMN THEM! DAMN THEM TO HELL! for ruining a perfectly good blog feature!

Oh, the humanity!

BeckEye said...

I vote for Three Fitty-Cent. And then you can shoot people when you don't like the movie.