Taking a break from March Madness, I watched the made-for-TV movie Spring Break Shark Attack last night.
Why was there a spring break shark attack? From what I gathered, a man chummed the waters along a beach to attract sharks and, therefore, drive the partying kids to his financially troubled bar at a nearby rival beach. The movie had everything: lots of sharks, hot chicks, a trite rich girl-blue collar guy romance, the dude from the 3rd season of 24, and a roofies subplot.
Although I only caught 3/4 of this fine piece of cinema, I can say without hyperbole or sarcasm that this is the greatest movie in the history of film. Okay, there is a bunch of hyperbole in that statement. And it's chock full of sarcasm. But I will say this: Spring Break Shark Attack is a great movie title.
But Chris Elliot wasn't in this film...
You know you're looking at a winner when "spring break," "shark attack," and "roofies subplot" all make it into one coherent paragraph.
I'm sure this certain Oscar winner is second only to Glitter (my fabulous second place prize in the Oscar pool). I also approve of the liberal use of the word "chum" - the bloody, dead fish kind not the friend kind.
spydrz - If only every film starred him. *sigh*
law fairy - Really, you can't go wrong when you have all of that.
KPMD - In the hour and a half of Spring Break Shark Attack I heard the word "chum" (and all of its variations) waaaaaay more than your average, non-maritime citizen should.
Let me know if Mariah "chums the water" (so to speak) in Glitter. Congratulations, by the way.
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Did you see the clip on "The Soup" on E? Hilarious. Of course, Joel points out that the "coeds" look like women in their late 30s.
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