Sunday, May 18, 2008

What's In A Name - Justifiable Homicide?

We like Will Smith. His movies are pretty watchable and I, Robot is amongst my all-time favourites. We were planning to watch I Am Legend at the cinema but never got around to it. It's only been released on DVD in this country for a week and so we hired it last night.

No wonder it is rated MA 15+. There' some scary business going on. Great movie but not one I would watch over and over. I'd give it three and a half to four of out five.

At the conclusion of the movie the credits started to roll. Now, I've mentioned before that I'm a bit strange in the fact that I like to read the credits and will happily do so in the cinema, often being the last to leave. Having the surname Ham I found it amusing to see someone with the surname Bacon. Ok, we've all heard of Kevin Bacon but one of the three Technical Score Supervisors was called Chris P. Bacon. It didn't dawn on me how weird the name was until I read it out aloud. And someone else had Rainbow as their middle name.

Crispy Bacon - surely that's grounds for justifiable homicide?


Anonymous said...

Ya he is good. His old tv show was good too called the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. He was good in "The Wild, Wild West" and all his other rolls. Kevin's relatives must have sold bacon ha haha Have a great week. Will Smith does an old song video called "Getting Jiggy with it" or something of that nature your son may like. Annette

Iris Flavia said...

Some parents are just mean, huh? LOL :-) Great, now I´m kinda hungry for something crispy!

Anonymous said...

If you don't like a good old thriller or horror movie, then don't hire them.
Me, the more terrifying the better, but i have to watch them by myself!