Friday, June 16, 2006

"Beowulf & Grendel" Reviews

Some folks at AnSaxNet have pointed out two reviews of Beowulf & Grendel from Seattle, neither of which is particularly good. One calls it a "treat" visually, but "potty-mouthed," while the other calls it "limp." By the way, who in Hollywood decided that the word "and" must always be replaced by ampersands?

Of course, no one could expect it to rise to the level of Christopher Lambert's Beowulf, the viewing of which has been proven to cause sterility in laboratory mice.


  1. Are you allowed to mention Christopher Lamert's Beowulf? I thought it was a mere figment of our collective imagination. You Highlander 2 or Highlander 2 the Renegade Edition.

    "Welcome to the Planet Zeishhhht!"

    I feel like I'm sitting next to Michael Ironside in a David Cronenberg film.

  2. Why an ampersand? It saves space on the marque, and money on letters.