PP: Horror movies suck these days. If I can watch a commercial for a movie for about 3 seconds and figure out that it's a lame horror movie before being told what the movie is about, or the title even, then chances are it's another bad, and predictable thriller/horror movie.
On the topic of horror movies...
PP: They're making a "Saw VI", yeah. Stop it already. Those movies stopped being good around the third one, you're just kicking the skeletal remains of a dead horse.
On the topic of movies in general...
PP: Stop making those shitty Parody Movies, Scary Movie 1 and 2 were alright, at most, now they're all the same boring, stupid shit that only a person with the brain efficiency of a squirrel would find funny. Here's a movie for you, "Overused Genre Movie".
Now on the topic of TV...
PP: These lame Comedy Sketch shows like MadTV and Royal Canadian AirFarce, they used to be funny, but now they're not. Worst of all, the actors on Royal Canadian AirFarce are all about 50, not that they're bad actors, but they've been doing the show for how long? I think it might be time to end the show, or get new, younger Actors.
PP: These Mac and PC commercials, like MadTV and Royal Canadian AirFarce, funny at first, now just dumb. Apple is so full of themselves. They're latest commercial about innovation, where PC says that Mac has a cable that pops out when somebody trips over it, he's talking about it like its a new thing, yeah, it's not new, the original Xbox had that back in 2001. And I'm sure that some controllers and electronic devices that are linked to a computer or whatever still have that.
I mean, I know some people have sort of a messy set up for their computers, but for the most part, you should have the cables behind your desk, or wherever people WON'T trip over them. And Mac's don't have a whole lot of cables to begin with. I mean, what's are you going to trip over? There's no video game controllers, your mouse and keyboard should be on your desk, same with your speakers, the power cable should be behind the desk plugged into the power outlet.