You don’t have to put on the red light

So after a great night hanging out with my peeps and family on Saturday (full T-day details forthcoming), it was eludicated that Jordan has never seen Roxanne (1987). Needless to say, it is now on our netflix, as I love that movie. As a kick I pulled up the trailer and read some of the reviews. Here is my favorite (poor) review that has me wondering whatever happened to punctuation:

“first of all steve martin playing cd has a long nose and he meets roxanne at the house and then there was chris who was roxanne’s old boyfriend cd works for the fire department and near the end cd keeps interupting roxanne and chris and chris finally went out of her house and went with another girl minutes later when cd comes talk to roxanne she slaps his face and yelled get out and at the end roxanne comes back to cd and loves her and I never want to see that movie again because I’m a gentlemen to girls and for me hitting in the face should only happen in boxing and rocky’s way better than that one”

Classic…

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2 responses to “You don’t have to put on the red light

  1. Tis a very funny movie indeed. Jordan will enjoy it. I think Steve Martin is a hoot.

  2. “Those days are over – you don’t have to sell your body to the night.”

    Ah… lines from the BDSE (best drinking song ever). Seriously – next time you’re at a party and someone puts on Roxanne, try to take a sip from the long island in your right hand every time you hear “roxanne” and a sip from the beer in your left every time you hear “red light.” This requires a Guitar Hero III level of coordination, and the taste difference will rock your brain. Yo soy animal de fiesta.

    AS for the movie, the classic CDB take – I am right there with you, Sr. Frank. I especially love the bar scene where he has to come up with 20 nose jokes – and thanks to the magic of editing, only does 13.

    And that review – WOW.

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