With Wit, Reviewed By Kimmo Mustonenen
Readers – I live.
My man liver is alive.
Kossu can be again for the drunkening.
Kimmo cannot be tamed.
Like the beast of the wood – drinking, smoking, eating, drinking, watching movies, drinking, smoking, writing reviews, and then some drinking and smoking – I am back.
And in front.
The fear is out of me.
No longer can the movies of summer make me puke.
I am a man.
And this man is in heart love with “Brave”.
Sucker for red-heads? Guilty.
Sucker for the Pixar? Even more!
Can they be better now than in the past? Hells yes.
And they have shitty, Kimmo-like accents. Only more the better than mine.
Amidst the wilds of the 10th Scottish Century the growing small and skilled archer Merida (Kelly Macdonald) to, daughter of King Fergus (Billy Connolly) and Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson).
While the rebellious girl was marked with the red hair, frolicking in the first place by their father – who lost the fight with a bear leg (a bear leg! Hollywood, hear this!) – is planning her mother Elinor, with her very different things.
To Merida finally tame it is one of the sons of the leading clan lords are married and so asks the Lord MacGuffin (Kevin McKidd), Lord Dingwall (Robbie Coltrane) and Lord Macintosh (Craig Ferguson) and her sons into the castle in order to offer them at an archery competition the winner was the hand of her daughter.
Of course, Merida very different things in my head and said this team wins competition not only themselves, but evokes an old witch with a sinister curse…
What the fuck?!? Wow.
This movie is a bomb. (Editors note: In Kimmo’s world, this means great).
My man-crush on the computer generated Merida makes me not of this world wanting to be.
Send me to Pixar land.
Let me frolic with the hot red-head pixels.
She is now my life.
Maybe with enough of the sweet, sweet smoke I can someday be there.
For now, Kossu.
For now, I want.
And now, two thumbs striding skyward.
There is not enough in my heart love for this.
It is the greatness.
See it twice. Then take your kids.
Then buy the Blu-ray when available for red-head self-love.
Tell no one I said that. Just between you (my readers) and my bong (my best friend).
Kimmo Mustonenen – (Kimmo On Kino) – Behind The Proscenium
P.S. The Glee Project is back! That blind kid has all asshole about him. Dick. Same with boob-bouncing fat chick. Ho. All are unlikeable. Ryan Murphy, I think, may be a gay guy. I can’t take my eyes off of the thing. Smoke, cheetos, Glee Project = Heaven. Watch it, and then comment.