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Monday, March 31, 2003
So, watching Turner Classic Movies tonight, and I see that Tim Burton's "Beetlejuice" is on. Now, I like the movie. I like Burton. I like Burton's neo-expressionistic style. The movie is entertaining as all get-out. It has Winona Ryder, who is hot like coffee. But, is it a classic? I'd consider something like Peter Jackson's "Lord of The Rings" trilogy to be classics. Even counting "The Return of The King". Something like "The Matrix" certainly has "classic" potential. So does Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tennenbaums". Spielberg's "E.T.", yup. Same with episodes VI-IV of the "Star Wars" saga.

Not much else to say right now.

'Cept for a joke.

Cop: Do you know how fast you were going?
Heisenberg: No, but I know where I am.

If you have to ask the question, you're not going to understand the answer. Unless you do.




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