Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Actually, Bruce Campbell is only in the movie for about five minutes during the opening sequence. Ã‚Â All in all, I think "FDTD II: TBM" is pretty lame. Ã‚Â Still, I'm a sucker for trashy, campy, poorly made horror flicks, i.e. TROMA (fuckin' great movies, many of which feature prominent Hollywood stars of today, like Billy Bob Thornton ["Chopper Chicks In Zombie Town"], Marisa Tomei ["The Toxic Avenger"], Vincent D'Onofrio ["The First Turn On"]...as well as some of Hollywood's top directors, like Oliver Stone and Stanley Kubrick, who is said to have been a HUGE TROMA fan and served as a member of the crew in at least one TROMA film, but I digress...). Ã‚Â Yeah, so, uh, anyway...shit...I guess this shoulda just been a TROMA post. Fuck it. Ã‚Â Later.
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â M.W.
P.S. While we're on the subject of Bruce Campbell: I was at work the other day, and some lady said she was gonna send her boyfriend by to pick something up for her. Ã‚Â When I asked for his name, she said Ashley, or Ash.
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â "Hey! Ã‚Â Just like the character from one of my favorite movies," I said.
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â "Yeah, I know. Ã‚Â 'Gone With The Wind'. Ã‚Â It's timeless," she answered.
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â "'Gone With The Wind?!' Ã‚Â What?! Ã‚Â 'Army Of Darkness', lady! Ã‚Â Bruce Campell! Ã‚Â That movie rules!"
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â She just looked at me like I was retarded and walked away. Ã‚Â Fuckin' "Gone With The Wind". Ã‚Â Shit. Ã‚Â If I want a love story, I'll throw on "True Romance"... Ã‚Â Later.