Machete Kills ReviewMachete Kills Review1 month ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
The U.S. government recruits Machete to battle his way through Mexico in order to take down an arms dealer who looks to launch a weapon into space. This is Rumor Control, here are the facts! Remember how Machete started off as a fake trailer in the throwback film Grindhouse? Remember how it was fun, tongue in cheek and ultra-violent all the while having a serious and well-made social commentary? Remember how they promised not one but two sequels? Well this year we finally got that promise of a sequel and… and it’s by far one of the strangest sequels I’ve ever seen.
The story is both incredibly bizarre, being one of the most over the top and random I’ve seen all year, while at the same time being surprisingly emaciated. The story follows Machete who, after being tasked by the president, goes after a crazed Mexican terrorist who has captured a powerful weapon and threatens to use it against the White House. OK, that’s down to Earth enough, but throw in an a
Adventure in San Francisco: chapter 4"Hey Red!" Carface called as the group entered the unknown Red's Curio Shop. They all looked around to see cat-like products about and it looked like an ancient Chinese shop. There was even a table with a crystal ball. "He must be in the back. Have a look around." Carface added as the group explored.Adventure in San Francisco: chapter 41 month ago in General Fiction More Like This
Poor Itchy looked frightened. He was close with Cherry as she looked at some cat toys.
"Boo!" a voice yelled which made Itchy scream and jump into Cherry's arms for safety. Carface had a colorful mask and tried to be funny which made Cherry roll her eyes. Itchy had his paw over his heart.
"You trying to scare me to death?" Itchy glared at him.
"Don't sweat it pal," Carface laughed. "You're already dead."
Cherry gently put Itchy down as Charlie went to the crystal ball like a fortune-teller. "Hey Itchy, let me read your fortune. I can see you going for a long walk on the short leash... And Cherry, you will meet a nice handsome young man." Charlie joked.
"Very funny." Cherry stifled a laugh.
Charlie Sheen in 2016That's right after seeing him as the kickass El president in Machete Kills wielding an M4A1 to help save his nation. This man knows how to party and everyone will want in on his national parties. The Chinese low on women will come looking for babes and boom we can end the national dept by charging the Chinese a $100 a head entry charge. Not to mention I am sure Charlie's war on drugs would merely be him simply stealing cocaine and banging 7 ton rocks. Sorry Navy Seals no more war in Colombia's jungles. I mean seriously he is not that different from Clinton he just doesn't bang fat chicks well maybe I don't know we'd have to see the intern line up. Although at this rate I don't know what would be left for ChuckCharlie Sheen in 20161 month ago in Personal More Like This
In the words of Mr Charlie Sheen......Winning! I'm in the papers todayIn the words of Mr Charlie Sheen......Winning!1 month ago in Personal More Like This
My pictures are the little one of the leaves on the left and the big one on the right.
The theme for the competition was 'colours that you will fall for' and the winning gets £50
The competition runs until November 20th so I will have to wait and see how I do. Although I don't know how I will do in this one, I have been lucky enough to a years 'Ad free Flickr Account' in a Yahoo Shine competition (an online magazine) with this picture of my lurcher puppy, Bourbon as Dog Vader for Halloween.
It's been a good week
Divine Intervention: Chapter 1 (HD REMASTER?!)Have you ever thought about your future? Y'know, where you're going to end up in a few years?Divine Intervention: Chapter 1 (HD REMASTER?!)1 week ago in General Fiction More Like This
The thought has more than likely crossed your mind at some point in life. Some of you will think of the careers and relationships that you wish to achieve, while others, the pessimists, immediately come to the conclusion that their life is going to spiral out of control and they'll end up broke and homeless.
I had never thought about it much, to be honest. I was perfectly comfortable living out my life as I went, leaping over its unfairly placed hurdles as they were thrown at me, rather than worry about every little thing all the time.
Some may not think about it too much, after all. They would more than likely respond to the question by saying that they alone are the ones who shape their own future, their destiny. To follow your dreams or end up is entirely up to you to decide.
Others will think otherwise. "We have no control. We are either born into wealth or poverty, and that is where we