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My man Mel Gibson is back in the news.

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But alas, it’s not because he’s decided to produce, direct, and star in Surfing with Mel.

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  1. Neither greedy nor lazy, his vices have other fish to fry, I imagine…

    And then Ford is entered into the lists, as well?

    I am beginning to think that Sly is simply overloading his casts this way to force Kevin Bacon and his six degrees into obsolescence!

    JOB

  2. notrelatedtoted says:

    You look fantastic.

  3. Philippians 3:3: “For we are the circumcision, who in spirit serve God, and glory in Christ Jesus, not having confidence in the flesh.”

    I shall pray for him.

  4. Quin Finnegan says:

    Too bad. I mean, if he can do Expendables 3, he ought to be able to find time for the project that …

    I didn’t even know there was a second Expendables.

    • Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says:

      Not only has Mel found time to do Expendables 3; he’s also appearing in Machete Kills, along with future Lives of Famous Catholics subject Lady Gaga, and prospective subject Charlie Sheen.

    • Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says:

      By the bye, a reliable source informs me that the second Expendables was another boring mediocrity, despite the casting of Jean-Claude Van Damme as a Eurotrash villain.

      • The least they could have done is get someone to write some decent lines. There were no witty one-liners you’d repeat to your friends upon exiting the theater.
        Though it was fun to see Chuck Norris wander in and out of the movie, doing his thing.

        • Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says:

          There were no witty one-liners you’d repeat to your friends upon exiting the theater.

          Criminal. Sly should hire himself a script doctor — some sharp writer with a sense of humor who could polish up the dialogue, give the characters some extra character, and sprinkle in a few clever quotables.

          But… who?

          • For example, Statham’s character could have taken up reading Kierkegaarde after his close brush with religion in Redemption/Hummingbird. That’s comedy gold right there, Lee Christmas debating existentialism with Sly’s Barney Ross, all the while laying down some hurt on the baddies.

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