May 31 – Casablanca
June 7 – Car Wash
June 14 – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
June 21 – Funny Girl
June 28 – E.T.
I’m not excited with this year’s Screen on the Green selection. Is it too hard to select “9 to 5,” is it Ted? Maybe Ted is still pissed at Jane, but Dolly lovers shouldn’t be punished because of their issues. Or maybe, Jada Pinkett Smith, who now owns the movie rights to “9 to 5″ is the problem. Who knows? Yet another example for the books of how life is not fair.
I have no desire Casablanca—being tested over the movie in my History of Motion Picture course took the fun out of the money. But honestly, I don’t think there was much fun in it to begin with.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
will probably bring out the cowboy-wear-your-chaps-and-spurs-fetish-gays. Woohoo, wait, Yee-haw! I wonder if Hoedowns
will do something special the night the movie airs…… they should even if it is something as easy as ‘Ride Your Cowboy’ night.
Funny Girl– I think anyone going to see it should get there early, early to prevent being trampled by the masses of gays. They’ll probably treat it like Barbra is live in concert at the part. I’ll go ahead and hold my gay card out; I’m so not a Barbra fan, so I know I won’t be attending Funny Girl. Change it to Party Girl will the fabulous Parker Posey, and I’ll be there. (Sorry Sissy, I know is your life force.)
E.T. should be a good time. I haven’t seen the movie in ages, so I think it’ll be the best for Paul and I have a date night at Screen on the Green.
Yeah, worth saying again, SO not excited about the line-up this year, but I guess nothing top the
gayness of last year…..” I should have known you’d know where t
o find the boys and the booze!”……. “Don’t fuck with me fellas. This ain’t my first time at the rodeo.”…… Oh, Joan… you teach us a priceless lesson; our mothers aren’t so bad after all. I’m just glad that I had no eye injuries last year with the all the wire hangers and ajax floating around.