Costello: Hey, would ya look at that, a terrifying evil robot or something!
Robot: Illogical. does not compute.
Costello: Oh, right. What are you?
Unknown warrior, He who doth not yield to the chains of life. You who know not when to say "die". Pushing further and further into the night, You touch the throttle, and fling yourself into destiny. I, who can only stand still, and watch. I, voiceless, wait furtively. I turn my face to the pale moon, and silently call to you in vain "It's 11 o'clock at night. Stop driving repeatedly down the street, You fucktard."
We at the The Correctness know what you're thinking: "Those bastions of manly nerd are far too masculine and macho to ever shed a tear during a film." But, NO, we say, NO. You are wrong. Even The Correctness has a soft side, apart from our blindingly white doughy midsections. Thus, we present to you a list of films that make a grown nerd cry.
ACTION SMACKDOWN! This week: Mad Max of, uh, those Mad Max movies vs Han Solo, recurring peripheral character in the Sit Com known as Star Wars The rules are simple, and can be found HERE.
DECEMBER NINTH: SPITE Anyone familiar with "Christmas with the Chipmunks" can tell you that “Christmas Time (Greensleeves)” is, without a doubt, the worst track on the album. It’s agonizingly slow, the harmonies are stale and familiar, and none of the Chipmunks sound like they even enjoy singing it. Most people assume that at this point, Bagdasarian simply began running out of ideas. And who could blame them?