The Expendables: The Film
Boy: “It’s a boy movie.”
Boy: “Are you sure you want to watch it?”
The ‘girl’ in her wanted to prove him wrong.
Girl: “I liked the Watchmen. I want to watch it.”
Boy: “Okay, don’t blame if you’re bored. I warned you.”
She concentrated on the food more than the brawn.
The elaborate order was as follows:
Caramel and cheese popcorn, large Coke,
2 brownies, a Dairy Milk, a burger and coffee
And she thought about the intricate design of the tattoo she wanted to get.
Trying to speak to her girlfriend on the right was no respite.
The tomboy (girl in disguise) wanted to get herself a gun.
My pick of lines from the movie:
“They got an army. What have we got? 4 & a half men,” says short Asian guy.
(I’m not really racist. I just appreciate the source of humour in such situations.)
“Why don’t we tattoo Charlotte’s web on your head?”
And then he launches into an elaborate discussion on the intricacies of its design.
Girl: “I’m Sandra. What are your names?”
Boy: (Points to himself) Buddha (points to another) Pest.
Taking money for something is not a gift.
Taking nothing for something is.
Girl: “I loved you. I waited. I don’t even know what you do for a living.”
Boy: “Now you know what I do for a living. I’m not perfect. You should have waited. I’m worth it.”
I’m not exactly a fan of the action packed movies of the 80s.
I do have early memories of Sylvester Stallone.
The men in my life, starting with dad, seem to be majorly influenced.
In the Expendables, they were all old and there was blood and gore.
Technologically created effects lent the movie an old age appeal.
Meh. I just had fun being me.
I’m sure many are Rocky and Rambo fans. You guys are in for a surprise treat.
Because I am amazing at great finds like that.