Well, now that we're finally going to be spared constantly tripping over the trailer to "Edge of Tomorrow", and all the critics are busy talking about "The Fault in Our Stars" (which is good because Lord knows I don't hear anyone else talking about it), maybe we can take a collective breath and look around and see what's on our cinematic horizon. And no, pumpkins, I'm not speaking in first person plural. I'm including all of you in this. I know I've been sitting in a lot of theaters practically all by myself*, but I believe all of you are with me in spirit**.
(*So I should complain because I see movies where people use words of more than one syllable?)
(**But does anyone at least offer me spiritual popcorn? Or at least some spiritual Raisinets? Heck no.)
I was thinking of pitching a film idea to Hollywood: a story based on all the mean stupidity that goes on in the IMDb message boards, but then it occurred to me that people might be getting too much of that in real life to want to pony up serious bucks to see it on the big screen.
(Besides, I'd have to give the Yahoo board posters equal time, and no one wants to start a war. I also have selfish reasons. My youngest son was forced to leave this country because of this Sollozzo business . . .)
Or maybe we should just get to the movies.