Well Alvin and the Chipmunks is one of those kinda obnoxious movies, where, when they have a music scene loud, pop music is magically turned up to 120 decibels. And there are a lot of music parts since it is about Alvin and the boys. I like loud, obnoxious rock music, but some of those scenes were just too loud for me! I liked the movie, but I am not sure that it is for kids younger than 10 or twelve-some of that humor would go over younger kid's heads in my opinion. Or maybe I am just getting older and things have changed, I don't know! David Cross who is one of my favorite actors and Jason Lee who I like a lot too are in it.
Anyway, before the movie began today there were those "movie cats" that tell people about getting treats and consideration of others at the theatre. Here is a little clip that could be considered an updating of the movie cat's (and the familiar anthropomorphic snacks') movie etiquette message:
Some people are just so creative and ingenious! This guy seems to be a great inventor and a funny guy! By the way, maybe GWB can at least be a good "chariot puller"!
I have been trying to learn some old classic rock stuff on guitar, and looking at Youtube clips really has helped me a lot! Some of the bands I enjoy trying to play are Judas Priest and ACDC. I have always loved Jim Breuer's imitation of Rob Halford and especially Brian Johnson from ACDC.
Since we're on the subject of music, I had to post this clip of Pablo Francisco talking about William Hung. This clip is one of the funniest comedian clips I have seen!
In searching for good strips to post here I ran across some links to some really interesting strips that I hope you will like. I have always liked Thing Part thingpart by Joey Sayers, and from his site I came across some others that I really like also.
Derek Kirk Kim Lowbright is a great artist in addition to having a great autobiographical edge to his humorous strips, shorts and stories. Here are a couple of his strips.
Another great comic strip is Married to the Sea Married To The Sea by Natalie Dee. Here's a couple of them. I like the way she takes these old prints and gives them new life!