Saturday, October 29, 2005

Why comedy is dead

From Cinematical:

"At a press conference yesterday, Mel Gibson finally provided a few details on Apocalypto, his latest directorial effort. Set before the Spanish arrival in the Americas, the film's dialog will be in Yucateco, which is apparently an ancient Mayan language."

See...I mean...the thing is its own parody. What could we make up to improve on the facts?

1 comment:

  1. The watershed event -- the event at which parody became reality -- has to be Arnold Schwarzenegger's gubernatorial inauguration.

    Nothing has ever been the same.


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