Monday, September 19, 2011

Not-So-Spectacular Bid


The answer: She doesn't.

Rotten Tomatoes: 18%: Sarah Jessica Parker's I Don't Know How She Does It Takes in Dismal $4.5 Million at the Box Office

Oh, wait -- you mean "continue to get work in movies." Yeah, that I don't know.

12 comments:

John Foley said...

This post has one of the most awesome stealth titles ever.

Leigh C. said...

Crud, judging from that picture, she'd make a great Michele Bachmann.

And it was a mistake to make a movie out of Alison Pearson's novel in the first place.

Matt Osborne said...

It's the revenge of millions of American men for being forced to endure "Sex and the City II"

Aislinn said...

Which Hollywood inbreed thought it would be a good idea to release a movie about a rich white woman with an equally rich husband and her rich bitchy friends, who keeps whining about her rich people problems? Not just in general, but at this point in time?

Ref said...

Misconceived movie. Also, wrong actress in lead. SJP has always been a supporting character actress. I'm not a hater like you are, but if this film was her idea, I could change my mind.

bafreeman said...

Maybe it's just my inner Wooderson talking, but I'd still do her circa Footloose.

Thomas B said...

@ bafreeman - Or L.A. Story! I always had the hots for her when she was in that.

medic8r said...

Or Square Pegs, even, in a weird sort of way.

Chez said...

You people are all crazy.

kanye said...

Crazy? No...just demonstrating a bit of horse sense, that's all.

NoxiousNan said...

Matt, I take exception! All people suffered that movie even to exist, not just men.

Anonymous said...

Outside of the studios and execs behind this, who the fuck cares how much money this movie did or didn't make? Or ANY movie for that matter? 'Course we are living in a day when people get into actual 'go to the er and spend 3 weeks in the hospital half of that in intensive care' type of fights over how (insert name of movie) was cooler then (insert name of movie) because the former made more money then the latter. And you can't complain that because (insert name of movie) was made that there are dozens of movies that will never be made. That isn't how Hollywood works.