I’m posting this link about all Rubik’s cubes positions being solvable in 20 moves as a bald excuse to repost this video of Will Smith solving the Rubik’s cube in 55 seconds. I’m just being honest because long-readers would have known that about me anyway.
I’m not going to review a Will Smith movie without noting my affection for him, so get that out of your head, but this was a dud. If you’ve seen Memento and any movie where someone is trying to do something to repent for something, you don’t really need to see Seven Pounds. If this movie was starring anyone else, it would be one star less.
Esquire’s list of the 75 most influential people of the 21st century includes a disproportionate amount of people from Cambridge, MA, and only a paragraph on Will Smith.
Kos says Obama was more like Will Smith than Wesley Snipes in the first debate, which, since you know how I feel about Will Smith, should give you an indication of how I’ll be voting in November.
I didn’t much hope for Hancock after it failed to make much of an impact in the summer blockbuster market so I was happily surprised to not be mournfully disappointed. You see, I have a mancrush on Will Smith. Genuinely funny and worth the time, though I have a feeling the original idea was for this movie to be much longer.
I love Will Smith, which makes it impossible for me to give this movie an unbiased review. The one thing that I’d like to see just once from a post-apocyliptic story is the time during which society is breaking down. Cute dog, though.