I don't like it very much it is boring!! In school we just used to piss about in lesson so we just got sent to the sanctuary to do easy work lol But me and my best bud Ele love our history teacher Mr Andy!!! (Mr because we are so used to calling our teachers sir and mr and Andy because he keep saying just-call-me-andy lollage) He is from Canada and spells mum MOM!!!! which is so strange!!! me and Ele answer most of the questions in class, we look like lil geeksterswhen we get it right smiling… Continue
Added by Sinead McCarron on September 27, 2007 at 4:44pm —
And now the "thrilling" conclusion to our exciting tale.Oh yeah,I don't really do this kind of stuff.Ha ha ha ha.…
Added by Isaias Rojas on September 27, 2007 at 4:33pm —
Films that made me cry... The first most obviouse one that pops into my mind is bambi, but who didnt cry at bambi?? His MUM DIED!!!! it can't get mush sadder, and everyone was so horrified, kids were so scarred that disney didnt do it again until the lion king!!!! And that was like a million years later!!! lol er im ashamed to say titanic made me cry (still does) and robin hood prince of theives, the bit when the blind guy dies!!! i cried when i watched the musical cats lol when that tatty… Continue
Added by Sinead McCarron on September 27, 2007 at 2:35pm —
I am a first time car owner. I got my car free from my aunt. It's a '98 Chevy Lumina. Anyway, I go to get some quotes from some insurance companies. The lowest monthly payment I could find was $215 with a down payment of $270. AHHHHHH! I work at a pizza joint. I make minimum wage (7.15/hour). I need to win the lottery.
I think I'm going to have to sell my Xbox 360 in order to come up with the money to pay the downpayment. The monthly payments should be no problem as I make about $400 a… Continue
Added by Matthew C. Herch Jr. on September 27, 2007 at 7:28am —
[Insert Blog Here]
Added by McPhailure on September 27, 2007 at 7:02am —
I figured this would get your attention.Anyway,throughout my life I've tried some pretty lame stuff to get a chance to talk to women.This is just one example of a two part epic tale!Enjoy.Also,I'll try to post something worth reading,but in the meantime just check this out.…
Added by Isaias Rojas on September 26, 2007 at 10:16pm —
A special effects technician involved in the filming of the new Batman
movie has died in a car accident on Tuesday. An investigation has been launched after the man was killed when his 4x4 vehicle crashed into a tree during a dummy film run. The crash did not happen on the set or during filming for Batman: The Dark Knight
The vehicle was following a stunt car, believed to be the Batmobile, though.… Continue
Added by Leon on September 26, 2007 at 6:32pm —
hey there everyone !!!! . my name is stephen im 15 n im kinda new 2 this n all lol:D jus left this comment 2 get ye all known to my page ahaha
Added by stephen o reilly on September 26, 2007 at 12:13pm —
. Where do you even start? This is the man who brought us video game to movie adaptations like House of the Dead
so terrible, that they made Tomb Raider 2
look like Casablanca
. This is the guy so offended by the universal bad reviews to his movies (which he insists are masterpieces) that he challenged… Continue
Added by Cyrus on September 26, 2007 at 11:39am —
I'm new here to spill.com. I've been watching the reviews for some time now, but I've never had time to join. Well now I've joined and boy am I glad. In this blog, I'll talk about recent movies I've seen and hopefully provide some reviews. I'll talk about love, hate, money, art, writing, computers...basically whatever I feel like talking about. So be sure to check back here often for new posts and updates!!
Added by Matthew C. Herch Jr. on September 26, 2007 at 8:16am —
when i read the fictional novel "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", i know that there exist a writer that can capture the interest of everybody. there is a feeling of satisfaction i felt when i read the very first book of J.K.. the feeling is something that after reading many different pages of many different books, be they fiction or nonfiction, i found the ONE that 'told' me, "i am the one you are seeking!"
Added by glenn on September 26, 2007 at 12:12am —
A witness to contacted The Daily Telegraph
and claiming that Mel Gibson
had been drinking cocktails and appeared to be drunk during a recent night out in Bali.
Gibson's spokespeople stressed he had not fallen off the wagon.
A business partner confirmed that the star had recently been holidaying at the Indonesian resort destination but said, "He was in Bali and he… Continue
Added by Leon on September 25, 2007 at 5:00pm —
A special effects tehnician working on The Dark Knight, married father of two, died in a car crash in Surrey, Australia. He was following the Batmobile in a dummy race when the car crashed into a tree.
This is very very sad news. The irony of course is that they do these rehearsals in order to avoid accidents on set.
A spokesperson for the film released the following… Continue
Added by Diana on September 25, 2007 at 3:31pm —
From the N.Y. Post's Page Six:
and George Lucas
made the entire cast and crew of "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull"
sign nondisclosure agreements. But Tyler Nelson
- cast as a "dancing Russian soldier" - gave an interview to his
hometown newspaper, the Edmond Sun in Oklahoma, in which he… Continue
Added by Leon on September 25, 2007 at 3:11pm —
This Move belongs to Christians.Please sent for me.
Added by harshini rachel nandhu on September 25, 2007 at 5:39am —
I know I said in my last post that we can do better... But I DIDN'T KNOW ANYBODY WAS ACTUALLY LISTENING. :)
Added by Diana on September 25, 2007 at 12:56am —
Samuel L. Jackson and Bernie Mac will star as estranged soul-singing legends on a reunion tour in "Soul Men," a Dimension Films… Continue
Added by Leon on September 24, 2007 at 6:41pm —
"Wheels on the Bus' and there's, you know, 'Five Monkeys Jumping on a Bed' -- no more monkeys jumping on the bed,"
Brad Pitt sang in an interview with Diane Sawyer for Good Morning America
The music in the Pitt-Jolie household continues all day, with plenty of dancing too.
"We hope they're not soaking up our moves because they'd be seriously lacking in their future. We'll get them some proper training.… Continue
Added by Leon on September 24, 2007 at 6:16pm —
Frakkin' rocked last night. I could not stop laughing. :)
Added by Crystal on September 24, 2007 at 5:15pm —
Richard Kelly, the director of the cult film Donnie Darko, is finally ready for a wide release for his next film, and I don't envy him. Anticipation is high and there's almost no way to meet it. Donnie Darko created a rabid cult of fan boys (which I am admittedly one of) and they will be hard to please. Unfortunately, I think for most people, Southland Tales is going to fail… Continue
Added by Cyrus on September 24, 2007 at 2:42pm —