[It’s sad to me that this scene is 2+ years old and most North Americans still don’t know what’s going on in Syria.]
8.24.13 (version 1)
Lights up on Chuck and Sejan sitting on opposite sides of a table.
And welcome back to CinaMadness, where we discuss Hollywood today. I’m Chuck White with
special guest, Sejan Patjab, all the way from our sister company, Movie Madness Europe.
Sejan, Ben Affleck was just announced as the next Batman in the ‘Man of Steel’ sequel. Now,
you know how much this enrages me being a huge fan of the Batman story and character. That
Warner Brothers think they can hit us over the head with such a poor casting move makes me
want to sneak into each executive’s house while they are sleeping and eat their young fat babies.
I can’t agree more, Chuck. It’s as if the guys over at Warner are trying to pull a Syria on us by
spreading poisonous gas on innocent people while other countries look the other way. What do
we have to do as a nation, to stand up against these evil cowards that take the easy route every
And cut. Great job Chuck. Sejan, you got to lose the Syrian stuff. None of our viewers are going
to know what you are talking about.
Everyone knows what I’m talking about. It’s Syria.
I had no idea things were so intense in South America. Do I have any flyaways?
(Chuck checks hair in hand mirror)
See what I’m saying?
I stand corrected.
OK, We will pick up on Sejan’s first line. Chuck, give him a lead in. Quiet on set. Action.
And eat their young fat babies. Your thoughts?
You hit the nail on the head Chuck. American audiences want to see a darker, more tortured
Batman, not some onenote actor like Affleck.
I couldn’t agree more. Switching topics, Breaking Bad cast member Anna Gunn wrote an article
in The New York Times expressing her opinions on some of the hate mail and social media
attacks on her character Skylar from the popular TV drama. If she already wasn’t one of the
most hated actresses presently on screen because of her coldhearted character, her article will
definitely strike a nerve and make people despise her even more. American audiences don’t
want to hear actors’ opinions from the atop a soapbox, we want good cinema and that’s it.
These pivotal and flawed female characters really do rile up viewers time and again. Maybe it’s
because we expect female characters to be patient, family focused and ready to stand behind
their male counterparts no matter what. Benazir Bhutto was criticized for possessing these
characteristics and she was trying to bring Democracy to a people that were destroyed by
military rule in many ways. For Skylar to want to-
-Cut! Sejan, we’re taking it back. Bhutto? This isn’t CNN, buddy.
I’m sure Americans are well aware of Benazir Bhutto, Sean. She was in a lot of US interviews
She was the one with the big rack right?
I’m not sure.
See, Europeans don’t know everything, Sean. Faulty depth perception to boot.
I’ll dumb it down.
Thanks. Quiet on set, Cameras rolling. Taking it back to Sejan’s reaction. And Action.
These pivotal and flawed female characters really do rile up viewers time and again. Like Sonia
Like Hilary Clinton-
She still alive?
Like the bigbusted Real Housewife of Miami-
Adrianna. Now, we are talking
Like, Adrianna, she just might be a bit misunderstood in a world of idiots.