Tuesday, August 12, 2008


i feel bad for famous people. I know I've done the ramble before about how people assume their spoiled rotten without even getting to know them, but I have a new reason now. Sort of. This is more for the REALLY famous people. The ones with high expectations. I feel so bad for them. Because every once in a while, they screw up. They star in a bad movie, write a bad book, or turn out to be horrible singers. But they get so hugely criticized for it. And not in a constructive way, I might add. Read any tabloid, and they're talking trash about someone. Ok, I read tabloids constantly, but for constructive purpouses only. Like I've said before, I enjoy being in the know. Like Brad and Angelina's $14 million baby photos. I mean, yeah, it's WAY too much money for a baby photo but man those kids were cute!

As I was saying, the people that write these things can just be so mean. I don't want to sound like Chris Crocker (that guy has problems) or something (LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE! Ha ha!) but yeah, they kind of should leave them alone. Not now though... I mean, they can always do it later or something. I like how Meg Cabot put's it in her YouTube video, Tabloids.

You are all probably thinking why I brought this up. Again. Well, I was at Barnes and Nobles (again) and started leafing through a copy of Entertainment Weekly. There was a review for Breaking Dawn in there. It was one of the meanest reviews I have ever read. And isn't that kind of hypocritical because a month ago they dedicated their cover to the Twilight movie and this same issue had an article about the Twilight saga and movie plus a completley different and pretty lengthy article just about the sucess of Stephenie Meyer? (inhlaes deeply)

Ok then. That was just my little ramble of today. Oh, I saw the trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince two days ago! It was BEAUTIFUL. I mean, I'd scene it a million times on the internet, but on the big screen.... *sigh*. I totally hyperventilated. But it kind of sucked because I was seeing Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 with a bunch of people who don't appreciate the genuis of J.K. Rowling like I do. One of the family friends I saw it with mostly freaked out over the High School Musical 3 trailer. And then she brought up it was my fault she was obsessed with it. She watched it with me back when she was my babysitter. But the trailer was a total cheese fest. Watch it, hopefully you'll get a good laugh. And considering I have a love for almost all things cheesy and corny, and I think this is overly corny, it must be bad.

I also saw the trailer for The Tale of Despereaux. It looks cutesy. I've read the book and that's what it is, cute. The book was very good though, and the movie looks like it will live up to expectations. I mean, with Matthew Broderick, Emma Watson, Tracy Ullman, Dustin Hoffman, Stanley Tucci, and Robbie Coltrane in the star-studded cast, I think it will turn out very good. All in all, I'm very excited for it.

Ummm........... yeah. I could go into a lot more detail of this stuff but I don't want to bore you guys to death. I could also tell you about a dream I had last night! Oh yeah, I forgot how much everyone hates that....

Birthday time! Happy birthday to Ann M. Martin one of my sister's favorite authors (she actually just bought her newest book at Barnes and Nobles), and another one of those people that probably didn't enjoy the playground too much, Jaques Tits, the Belgian mathmatician. Happy Birthday Mr. Tits.

That's all for today. I think I'll go read. Or play the Impossible Quiz again...

1 comment:

ducksrule71821 said...

lol edward gets wild in the sack *chuckle*

good blogness!!