Friday, May 29, 2009

Newest Sermon Video

Music by Joel Clarkson.

An appropriate news story for today (PIXAR MAINIA!)

Today Disney/Pixar's UP is released. About a year ago their last was released. Here's a story about it:

Hobbyists Rebuild Wall-E, One PVC Pipe at a Time


Wow, these guys just don't let up; do they? Watch this and just see if it doesn't bring back the warm fuzzies:


Rotten Tomatoes reaches into the archives to put together a list of Pixar's films ranked according to the tomato meter. Amazing to me even how high the least-rated are.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Terminator was better than I thought it was going to be.

But it suffers from something a lot of (especially action) movies I've seen recently, in that it needs much, much more spice, subtext, humor.

Even Star Trek, which had tons more than this movie did, could've used an extra shot of it (the first scene for example and the climax).

If only you could combine the action of Terminator with the great humor of Star Trek, we'd have the perfect summer blockbuster. (Until then, I recommend we all re-watch Iron Man.)

Thursday, May 21, 2009


I have seen exactly half of these films

How many have you seen? Are any of these on your favorites list?

Monday, May 18, 2009

I know, I know... I'm pathetic.. I just really like these!

Do you have any guesses what this is?

My brother Matthew is in Indonesia. This is footage of a cool jungle animal that was at a village celebration. I think the animal is really cool!

And see if you can stomach this video:

A drive down the street:

Thursday, May 07, 2009



These and other images can be found here. (Fake covers for Criterion or Criterion-quality films. Or films that will never be in the criterion collection.)

Some other interesting interpretations:

This movie deserves a more aesthetically pleasing cover. I like the idea, though.

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

This Morning

This morning I found out that not only did George Lucas and Steven Spielberg shaft a really, really good script for Indy IV (this I knew already).

But that script, the shafted one, was written by the writer/director behind the Shawshank redemption, Frank Darabont.

Jeeze, people. Really.

This makes me really mad.


Oh, I forgot the good news: Apparently, Darabont is signed on to write and direct an adaptation of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451!

The Screenwriter and blogger Mystery Man has already read Darabont's draft and says it's one of the best scripts he's read this year!

So, anyways, there's the good news.

This Morning

I suspect that, when you woke up this morning, you probably thought (or even said) to yourself something to the effect of, Wow, I hope that, at some point today, Foolish Knight will post a link to a list of the 20 greatest movie mustaches of all time.

Wow. I mean wow. Today is your lucky day.

Saturday, May 02, 2009