Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Adult Situations-Brett Fletcher Lauer

I am told that this is found poetry. It is apparently "a poem comprised of movie synopses drawn, occasionally slightly paraphrased, from online viewer guides such the imdb TV listings" Source of quote. I wouldn't know but it does have a very funny movie synopsis in it
Sent to a Wyoming summer camp, troublemaking surfer twins are mistaken for forest-ranger recruits.

Doesn't this sort of thing bugger up a whole summer?

4 comments:

Smut Clyde said...

Sent to a Wyoming summer camp, troublemaking surfer twins are mistaken for forest-ranger recruits
and subjected to repetitive, demeaning experiments at the hands of a deranged perceptual psychologist.

Smut Clyde said...

Evil partners experiment on an infant and send his twin to a reputable research nursery.

Why aren't they making movies like that any more?

merc said...

Twins who surf? Penteus would have something to say about that, unless they are the one's who took Orpheus's head?
See, poetism, very complex.

inteedne, surely a golfing term.

Substance McGravitas said...

UK tax dollars at work:

ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS - THE SQUEAKQUEL is a US animated comedy film about three musical chipmunks and their attempts to win a school music competition to raise enough money to save their school's music department. It was passed 'U' for very mild language.

At 'U', the Board's language guidelines state that 'Infrequent use only of very mild bad language' is allowed and this film contains infrequent use of "butt" and "jerk" which accord with this rubric.

ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS - THE SQUEAKQUEL also contains a scene where a man breaks wind under a duvet where one of the chipmunks is trying to sleep, a scene where a toy motorcycle runs into a man's crotch as he lies on his back on the ground and scenes showing a man and a chipmunk having their heads pushed into a toilet bowl by bullies whilst the chain is pulled. None of these scenes is insensitive or inappropriate for young children, particularly as the boys bullying the chipmunk receive their comeuppance at the end of the film when they are given boring and tedious chores to perform and the scenes are unlikely to be copied as this is presented as bad behaviour which requires one of the other chipmunk friends to step in and save the bullied chipmunk.