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The Gratest Movies of All-Time Ever

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I expecially like movies with a lot of big explosions all the time and things get blowed up. Expecally when a movie starts right away with a huge BOOOOM …and its got the suround sound surounding you all around, and shit comes rushing strait at you from the explosion on the screen then I know I’m going to really like this movie. It’s interesting that some of the gratest movies I have ever seen ever in my life are always the ones that have the loudest explosions – and lots of them. And the acters don’t say too many words which just gets in the way of the whole thing as far as I can see. I just saw this movie where a whole city got blowed to smithereenes and it was so amazing I ate eight packs of Peeps that I had saved from last Easter during it. The best movie I ever saw was one where the first thing you seen even before the credits was this ginormus explosion of an oil refinary – it was unbeleivible. It didn’t stop exploding you know – BOOM BOOM BOOM and then when you think its all boomed out – BOOOM again. But the best of all – time thogh is The Specialist. WOW, what a amazing movie with so many grate explosions in it I will never forget it. It should have definately maybe got a Oscar and so should Sly have to because he was outstanding as any Steven Segal acting job. I have seen this masterpiece 9 and a half times – the half time was when our TV set blowed out. And we will watch it this week-end at our gratest movies festival in my basement. We have this club that I started and everybody brings their favorite movie with explosions to the club and we have our own awards called The Big KaBOOM award and we vote. The Specialist has won the award for the last 4 years running because you can’t find a more grater movie and Sly Stallone is at his best in this awesome flick. Once a lady member of the club bought in this movie with only a couple of explosions and way to much talking in it and I really couldn’t even follow what the heck was going on and nobody else could neither. The two explosions thogh were really expecally grate so nobody got to upset by it. I think I would like to make films when I leave high school this year I have some grate ideas for some films where things that have not been blowed up yet get blowed up. Like I think it would be grate to see all of the moon blowed up right? Like these astronuts go up to the moon because there are spys up there planning things and the astronuts have to get them and they get up there and see the spys have a lab whare they are making a hugh bomb to explode America and our guys figure they may as well explode it up there and they do. And they all dye like heros in the hugh explosion that we see from earth. This to can get a Oscar no doubt – and I think I should direct it to. I have to get this to someone at a major studio so if any of you reading this no someone at any of the major studios (not any of the small studios please – this is to good) let me know and I will cut you in for a peice of the action. Oh – the names I’m tossing around in my head for this film is Blowing The Moon. Or maybe We Blew The Moon. Or The Moon Is Blew. Hay – Maybe Blew Moon. If you guys have any other suggestions for the title let me know ok?

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19 thoughts on “The Gratest Movies of All-Time Ever

  1. I’m prudy shur the moon was blew up befour. Maybe you cud explode sompthin more cool like the son and stuf. I reely thik you hav a gud idea and wood mak mor better movies then them guys in Hollywod.

    Yur bigest fan!


    Posted by Miss Demure Restraint | December 18, 2011, 4:49 am
  2. Laughing my behind off, Tony, and glad I put the water down before I read it. I’m learning.


    Posted by Sparks In Shadow | December 17, 2011, 3:09 am
  3. “– the half time was when our TV set blew out”

    Hahahaha. This was great.
    Yep, unfortunately I’ve seen some of those “cream of the crop” students with journals, etc. similar to this. Scary stuff.


    Posted by Nicole Marie | December 15, 2011, 2:07 pm
  4. As a representative of Michael bay, I have been asked to find out – where he should go to pick up his award?
    And have you picked a director for the unnamed “Luna Kabooma” project.
    Thank you
    Assistant Vice Director
    Department of Explodey Stuff


    Posted by El Guapo | December 15, 2011, 2:24 am
  5. I dont care how good the explosives are – nothing can convince me to suffer through a Steven Segal flick; please make sure he is not cast in your Ka-Blew Moon movie! (Lots of planets have been destroyed in Star Tek movies, but they are always from a distance…)


    Posted by MJ, Nonstepmom | December 14, 2011, 2:21 pm
  6. Hahahaha, great read. So funny……….an as for those forin films, wot are they about? hahaha


    Posted by Single Malt Monkey | December 14, 2011, 8:22 am
  7. I’m thinking Mooney Blews. Sort of captures the emotion.

    Also, I liked the ring to ‘ ..the surround sound surrounding you all around.’


    Posted by HaLin | December 14, 2011, 6:44 am
  8. Boom, boom! Out go the lights!


    Posted by She speaks.... | December 14, 2011, 2:32 am
  9. This reminds me of some of the cream of the crop students sharing their reflections with me in their drama journals!

    Thanks for your note on my blog the other day. I’m writing some creative nonfiction and working on other things. Reading Philip Roth, John Irving and E.B. White


    Posted by An Embarrassment of Freedom | December 14, 2011, 2:25 am
    • interesting, and entertaining writers all – re creative writing – good for you Liz. re “cream of the crop” students – yes,i’m afraid it might be too scary close to some parts of their journals…i wish i wasn’t kidding. thanks for reading and commenting, write good. continue…


      Posted by barkinginthedark | December 14, 2011, 3:59 am

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