Phase 7 begins with a pregnant couple (CoCo and PiPi) bickering in the grocery store. CoCo gets grumpy and stays grumpy. It’s such a natural, believable conversation that you can’t help but feel some instant relief that the writers apparently weren’t the sort of supernerds who’ve never had a relationship who seem to end up writing a fair number of horror screenplays.
It’s never a good sign when a horror movie opens with a lot of love being displayed towards one character. If only Patrick and Louise had watched Seven Days, they’d have known that by showering their only child, their sweet daughter, with so much birthday love, they basically signed her death warrant. And she dies in pretty brutal fashion.
I can’t tell you how pissed off I was when I realized this wasn’t the hunk-fest Twilight sequel.
As I write my week's movie reviews, I watch the previous week's wrasslin', and take my
Weekly Wrasslin' Notes!
Feb 10, 2012 Smackdown
-Big Show / Sheamus team up? Devestating.
-Holy poop, Big Show speared Cody Rhodes when he tried to interfere with Sheamus. I don't care how careful he was, that's terrifying.
-Aided by Daniel Bryan's athleticism and small size, Randy Orton just put on a wrestling clinic. Fantastic main event.
Feb 13, 2012 Raw
-I'd feel a bit bad for all the kids, but if Kane actually managed to turn Cena heel, it's hard to describe how happy I'd be.
-Apparently WWE not only doesn't view their constantly opening with 20 minutes of talking as a problem, but a selling point. Tonight, an opening debate :P
-I'd actually like to see Zack Ryder get to wrestle before long, instead of showing up wearing an ever-more-elaborate neck brace and then getting slaughtered by Kane.
-Poor Randy totally flubbed his RKO the first time, thank goodness Big Show had the presence of mind to sell the second. (In hindsight, my brah and I think Big Show was supposed to shrug off the first RKO attempt and forgot)
-I <3 HBK!!!