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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

One movie I won't be watching this Black March.

 In honor of the month-long boycott of the entertainment history, I will go over the films and such that I will stop funding.

"But, Shock! You're such a positive person. How will you get by without seeing the new Seuss movie, Lorax?"

 I'll make fun of it. Hopefully in a way that will make some people join in my decision to not partake in it's supposed joys.

 I remember Dr. Seuss from my childhood. His books finally found their way to other homes after countless question from me.

 "Mom, what does that word mean?", "Why can't I find it in the dictionary?", "Why would a crazy man be a children's author?" were some of the questions that prompted the removal of his books from our house. I did sneak a copy of Green Eggs and Ham in once I got older. I actually think that having such a difficulty with his 'lingo', I had developed a love for self-made words. As crazy as it was, I liked the man's terminology.

   The terminology of this movie has got to be full of words like:

 "Blimptisomorimity"- Defined only as a serious need for money. Money that they charge us to see things that are so tracked upon, that the original Seuss would never have approved(See Cat In The Hat Starring Mike Myers).

 "Shitstonomous Poker"- Okay, okay, you got me. That was the name of one of the most awesome cats that I have ever had the pleasure of making aquaintance. His first name was 'penis', and I bet that's what he'd say about this movie if he saw it.

 "Moonpleabrah"- This word can only explain that the voice talent used for this particular stinker is none other than Danny Devito and Taylor Swift. I'd really love to see them develop an off-screen romance. Only off-screen, though. I wouldn't want to accidentally turn blind from shock of seeing the impossible happen.

 "Wombification"- Fun to say, this word means bad business when it comes to this movie. Success for this picture further enhances the tyranny that these execs have over our little brothers and sisters. We don't want them to be ruined by the subliminal messaging perpetrated by these motion picture zealots.

 Those are just some of the words that you may hear when watching this movie. I'm not sure, because it's not out and I won't be able to find out until after


                                                    BLACK MARCH



 In the meantime, enjoy a little graphic I made to commemorate this celebration of cellulose celebicy*what?


How could they? Please join me and resurrect this poor cat by not going to movies in March.

48 comments:

  1. I wanted to see this movie...I think it looks cute!!

    Isn't Wombo from Sponge Bob? You know...we Wombo. I wombo. The art of wombo...ok, no? LOL!!

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  2. FUCK HOLLYWOOD INTO PROLAPSE-DEATH!

    Jesus, are they seriously making this movie? Please say this is just a joke!

    Blah.

    ON WITH THE BLACK MARCH!!!!

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    1. No joke, my friend. Let's March on, into the arena to battle with the tyrants!

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  3. I'm a little disappointed with how the preview for this movie looks but it might turn out to be OK.

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    1. I hope that detracts you from seeing it next month. If not, I will have to figure out a more effective Black March campaign.

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  4. i`m supporting the black march philosophy, the industry has become way to greedy. seuss would not approve.

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  5. As a rhyming cat, I will join you in never seeing that. As far as boycotting goes, for too long they have curled my toes, with garbage remakes up the behind, garbage 3d, garbage sequels and just more garbage, so your will not find me there.

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    1. I'll add antother notch to the industtry's headstone. Thanks for the comment and joining in this girlcott!

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  6. No going to movies in March then.....

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    1. I truly appreciate your joining the effort.

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    1. Much appreciation for the laugh and laud.

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  8. That is an awesome name for a cat, and thank you for taking part!

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    1. The cat was awesome enough for that to be the fifth stage of his evolving name. And you're welcome, buddy.

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    1. I wasn't sure if I was portraying my feelings correctly on this one, but it looks like it has a desired effect. Thanks.

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  10. i haven't heard of it

    http://underthefluorescents.blogspot.com

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    1. Now you have, and can know what to avoid.

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  11. Lol! That has got to be the most random picture ever :D Those are some crazy words!..I could see myself using moonpleabrah ...maybe.

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    1. Thanks. Random is what I do best, um, I mean Randoom!

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  12. the idea of black march is quite ridiculous, but i'll try to do take part in it

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    1. Thanks. It's one thing that doesn't take any effort or money to partake in. It's sooo easy!

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  13. I know that cat in the hat movies was slated by people, but i loved it! Love Dr Seuss's books aswell.

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    1. It's good to see a fellow fan of his works. I hope you'll join me in the girlcott.

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  14. I don't do theater movies, can watch them at home far better.

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  15. I think I'm gonna join you. Heck, I'm not much of a movie person anyways.

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    1. Nope, you can watch as much as you want, just not to buy or download any new pron.

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  17. I don't watch movies in theaters anyway. Especially with a bit of "ARRR!!!" if I can't find them in stores.

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    1. Then I shall count you in with us. Win!

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  18. really interesting read. I have tagged you, I hope you like that, check it out and have fun!!

    http://missingnumber.blogspot.com/2012/02/little-bit-of-everything.html

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  19. Well, if Taylor Swift could break up Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez's friendship, I am sure she can steal Danny Devito away from Karla from "Cheers."

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    1. I can only imagine what the children would look like.

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  20. i hate this new hollywood crap!

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    1. So do i, so I'm channeling that hate into something positive. A better future for entertainment consumers.

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  21. I love The Lorax, but this movie just looks... NO.

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    1. Exactly. When I asked people if they are going to this movie in March, I hope their answer is the same two capital letters.

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  22. Amen to that. Actor Mel Brooks once said: The Search for More Money.

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    1. Mel Brooks is such a genius! It would make it way more difficult if he had a movie releasing in March.

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  23. True that bro! I lolled at the picture below haha

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