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Friday, September 29, 2006

Is this the new Mayor of Gayland McFagsville?

posted by on September 29 at 17:48 PM


Jackass: Number Two. It’s America’s Box Office Numero Uno. It’s funny as hell. I’m laughing so hard, tears are rolling down my face. Oops. I’m laughing so LOUD that the two cute gay boys in front of me shoot me a dirty look. Wait. Look around, Kelly. I’m one of only 3 girls. NO WAY. The guy sitting 3 seats down is by himself… what is he doing with his hand down his… oh boy… lookit THIS scene… Bam Margera’s buff skater ass and a giant gold dildo… Hey look! A John Waters cameo! No freaking way… what is this ending? A Broadway musical?!? Okay. That’s it. I think that was Rip Taylor… What WAS Johnny Koxs, I mean Knoxville doing on the cover of The Advocate, Genre, AND Out magazine this summer? Can somebody tell me just what’s going on here?

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This review might help clear things up:

Posted by Hardee Har Har | September 29, 2006 6:14 PM

Eat your heart out Dave Poland. That is one eloquent review.

Posted by Jeffrey Wells | September 29, 2006 7:08 PM

That review is retarded. I didn't even need to read past the 2nd paragraph. They aren't really that deep..

Mr. Knoxville has said SEVERAL times recently that, surprisingly to them, they realized they had quite the gay following after the first film so, why not play it up the second time around? That is all.

Great movie tho.

Posted by Jedd! | September 30, 2006 9:50 AM

Another thing (I decided I should read the rest);

"And we know that no one who wasn’t crying on the inside just a little would rocket-propel themselves over an ocean, unmindful of the dangers of death, unless some part of him longed for an afterlife where he were free to love whomever he would, in any uninhibited manner he chose."

They are all making MILLIONS of dollars by doing these stunts. I'd do it too.

Posted by Jedd! | September 30, 2006 9:58 AM

The Stranger review was way better. I didn't see any pent up (homo)sexuality in the move. People are always trying to put things in movies that just aren't there.

Posted by Stranger Fan | September 30, 2006 10:41 AM

P.S. Jedd, the review is a hyperbole.

Posted by sg | September 30, 2006 4:11 PM

Clearly, that review is a little too slick for a couple of you rubes.

Posted by Dick Notgaystein | October 2, 2006 2:13 PM

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