Am I the only one in America who is not mesmerized with this man? Sure, he's handsome. I get it. A little too pretty for my tastes, but I can see it.
I watched "Legends of the Fall" this weekend on television so that it was edited. Lord have mercy, I can't imagine what it was like unedited! The story was like the Prodigal son, only the prodigal son is a murdering thug, and I'm not sure where the redemption came in, or if it did. Feel free to explain it to me if I'm lame.
Anyway, Pitt was on Oprah a few weeks' ago, promoting his "Benjamin Button" movie, which I think sounds like a great concept -- but after seeing him on Oprah, talk with all the enthusiasm of a dead fish, I thought, nah, not into it.
Anyway, I'm getting resentful of these stars going on Oprah and the like, and using them, acting as if they're too big to be promoting their movies. Give me a break! Those movies pay for how many kids? And house you've been able to rebuild in New Orleans, get over yourself and do the job. It's not done until the promotion is done.
I am so tired of attitude in general. Like the lying, swearing, senate-selling governor from Illinois who won't step down. Are you kidding me? We have to have a lawsuit to get a guy who is SELLING an official government office to step down? What is WRONG with people that they are so above doing the right thing and have to be forced to act appropriately? Ie., with common decency!
Now, we're going to bail out the "big three" and insurance companies who took a $400,000 spa trip to Half Moon Bay, CA. How many Americans are struggling to keep a job and we're going to bail out these losers who never let their dying companies cause them any pain.
It's all related, don't you think? Pride, pride, pride. People too good for an honest day's work, too good to play by the rules. My new hairdresser came here fifteen years' ago from Vietnam. Everyone in his family went to work, and school to learn English at night (five kids and his parents). His mother did nothing but cook all day for the different shifts in and out trying to get a paycheck.
My tax dollars are going to ensure that my neighbor doesn't have a fire in their fireplace on the wrong day. The chickens have to have bigger cages to lay eggs. You know, I'm all for doing the right thing, but wouldn't it be nice if more of the country just did the right thing? Without a gaggle of lawyers on their tail?
Brad, it starts with you buddy. You're not above promoting your movie. Set a good example. Otherwise, we'll have to watch more of that Heidi chick and her dysfunctional boyfriend/husband on these mindless shows. Do the work.
Incidentally, Hugh Jackman promoted his movie on Oprah. And Hugh Jackman brought cookies for everyone in the audience. I edited all day. Maybe I should have edited this. LOL Happy day!