[Trash-talk] e-mail from Disney
starvin' at nette
bowdowntoanette at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 5 09:22:07 PST 2003
Dang, that's expensive!!! It's a nice movie, but I wouldn't buy it. Rent it
in stead. And who knows, maybe some tv channel will air it. It's just too
typical of a tv channel to deciede to air a film you've wanted to see for
ages a couple of weeks after you've rented it and no longer have the desire
to watch it..... That often happens to me, so I rarely rent videos anymore.
On a slightly different note, I'm going to see the third and final Matrix
movie on Monday! Woooo!!! I like Agent Smith, I don't know why, but I find
him rather sexy. Anyway, I was going to see it tonight, but I couldn't get
good seats, so I checked for Monday and there were 7 out of over 400 tickets
sold. WOO!!!! Got very good seats for that one.
Urgh, my head hurts. Teacher called in sick today, so we're just sitting
here..... My cough's gotten better, Alan! :) Can't understand why, I've only
had it for 3 weeks..! (sarcasm)
Ok, I see I'm going into a ramble now, so I'm going to stop here.....
"Hello? Operator? Give me the number for nine-one-one!!!"
"I couldn't recommend it more highly so you should all start producing."
>From: "Alan Hoppe" <achoppe at earthlink.net>
>To: "starvin' @nette" <bowdowntoanette at hotmail.com>,<trash-talk at tcp.com>
>Subject: Re: [Trash-talk] e-mail from Disney
>Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2003 22:27:57 -0800
>I found it on Amazon! The movie is really expensive to buy, so is therefore
>something to find at the video store and rent. I might have to go find it.
>I've been curious about it ever since you first mentioned it, @nette!
>the Amazon link followed by a few things from the page:
>Mail to the Chief (2000)
>List Price: $95.99
>Studio: Disney Studios
>Video Release Date: November 21, 2000
>VHS - NTSC format
>Editorial Review - Amazon.com :
>As farfetched kid-movie story lines go, Disney's done worse: Mail to the
>Chief's highly improbable predicament connects viewers with eighth-grade
>working-class wunderkind Kenny (Holland Taylor), who accidentally strikes
>an online correspondence with the out-of-touch U.S. commander in chief in
>Internet chat room. Kenny taps out a message to "Average Joe"--the unlikely
>screen name of the president (Randy Quaid)--about how politicians "tell you
>what they want, not how they're going to give it to you," like in math at
>school, where "you can't just give the answer, you have to show your work."
>Sinking in an election year because he's a blowhard, the president is soon
>accepting face-to-face policy advice from the tuned-in teen. But Kenny's
>home life, meantime, is going down the tubes. What's worse, as the days
>down to the country's big decision, the president, on the advice of his
>stuffed-shirt advisers, abruptly cuts his ties to Kenny. The chief comes
>around in the end, of course, and a not entirely lame lesson about honesty
>and the merits of simple straight shooting is tied up in a neat little bow.
>Grownups not too proud to admit savoring after-school specials in their
>younger years will settle into this all-around entertaining movie nicely,
>and their like-minded kids 8 and older are apt to follow suit. --Tammy La
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "starvin' @nette"
> > Remember the movie I spoke of that I saw on the Disney Channel about the
> > young boy that becomes the President's advisor and Garbage get involved
> > the plot? The Norwegian title of that movie was "E-mail To The
> > and I sent an e-mail to the [Scandinavian] Disney Channel asking what
> > original title was. Today I got a mail from them saying the original
> > is Mail To The Chief. I've heard of it before. Well, anyway, I was
> > it would be sent again November 15. I am most definately going to see
> > Apart from the G thing, it was a rather entertaining film.
> > @nette
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