Monday, August 07, 2006

Ahh cold margs and hot girls in ponytails


My bud Sarah came over Sunday night and we ended up watching The Island, with Ewan McGregor and the voluptuous Scarlett Johannson. I don't know why this movie didn't make more of a splash when it was in the theaters last year, because it was actually pretty cool, and that's coming from someone relatively hard to please movie-wise.

It was sci-fi, which I enjoy, but it still had a somewhat plausible storyline. I won't give away the plot in case you want to watch it (it's playing on Cinemax On-Demand these days) but there's a couple of pretty funny moments, one of which is when the two stars are running for their lives and are on a building scaffolding which plummets to the ground - they survive, of course - and a construction worker is helping them up, and says, “Jesus must love you. That was the craziest thing I ever seen.” Then, as he pulls the absolutely gorgeous Scarlett up, he gets a good look at her and adds,“I KNOW Jesus loved YOU.”

Yes he did. She really is stunning. And as far as I can tell - they're real and they're spectacular (to use the classic line once uttered by Terri Hatcher on an episode of Seinfeld).

There's also a great scene when her character sees a TV commercial for perfume that Scarlett actually did in real life when she was about 17, and gapes in amazement at seeing herself in it. That doesn't make sense, I suppose, if you don't know the movie's plot, but it's a cool moment. That B&W photo is, I believe, from the same ad campaign as the TV commercial seen in the movie.

And she was wearing a ponytail in a lot of the flick. I don't know what it is about girls in ponytails, but I love that look. So cute. Then again, Sarah was mixing frozen margs all night - if it had went on for another hour, I probably would have liked Ewan McGregor in a ponytail.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

lol they are so NOT real!

Anonymous said...

Megster guys always like to believe every set of boobs they see are real:)

Anonymous said...

That was a pretty good movie but it wasn't really plausible.

Anonymous said...

That's a great story. Waiting for more. »

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