me my STEP dad and my br0ther were at the The Prince 0f Persia, ab0ut half way thr0ugh the m0vie the film started melting. It was really weird the film st0pped and it started like shriveling up. Then it started like bubbling it was s0 weird. Then they g0t the film running again just t0 have the same thing happen. After it melted the sec0nd time they gave us free m0vie pass and t0ld us the m0vie was n0t g0ing t0 w0rk.
My br0ther has this j0ke he thinks is hilari0us well here is it. why did the pudding talk
Because it had a m0uth
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Friday, April 17, 2009
I started watching Smallville (Season 1) when I was 8. Smallville is the story of Superman's childhood and young adulthood. I enjoyed it very much and continued watching it. My mom thought I shouldn't watch it because of the violence. I continued watching it though because it was very suspenseful. In reality, most of the episodes were not non-stop violence. There was also plot development and character development and humor.
Season 1 is mainly about Clark Kent getting his powers and learning how to use them by stopping Kryptonite infected people from doing evil. Seasons 2 and 5 were my favorite seasons. In Season 2, Clark learns more about his past and his future. In Season 5, Zod (the evil lord of Krypton) returns and Clark finds the Fortress of Solitude.
Clark also has several friends. At the beginning, Lex Luthor is one of Clark's friends but later on is his nemesis. Chloe is Clark's best reporter friend. Lana is Clark's soulmate and Lois is kind of like his buggy substitute sister. Eventually, Clark joins a group of super fighting good guys who aid him. They become known as the Justice League. I recomend Smallville to people from the age of 8 to 48 who like suspense.