Thursday, August 11, 2011

“The King’s Camelopardus”

Jewish date:  11 ’Av 5771 (Parashath Wa’Ethḥannan).

Today’s events:  Presidential Joke Day, Son and Daughter Day.


Today’s weird thing is “The King's Camelopardus”, a film more important in the history of film than Citizen Kane, It’s a Wonderful Life, or even Avatar.  You’ll cry as you feel the pathos and the existential drama of life.  Meg Ryan may win an Oscar for a performance unlike any other in her already outstanding career.  You may feel the urge to see this film again and again, it is that good.  You’ll be glued to your seat with anticipation.  You won’t believe the surprise this movie has in store for you.  If you want to make any film on the Internet go viral, it will be this one.  You would never know this is Jonathan Tuttle’s first film.  He takes a simple idea and masterfully uses it to keep the viewers’ attention and interest.  This movie may change the way you look at movies.  You want to stop reading this description and watch the film RIGHT NOW.  Trust me.

Enjoy and share the weirdness.


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