Oct 15, 2008

Lamont Movie Night Proves To Be Another Huge Success

Although only 40% of the viewing audience actually burst into tears at some point during a touching movie that had something to do with a horse; Lamont insiders still chocked up the night in the ‘huge success’ category given the large crowd, enthusiastic hotdog/popcorn consumption and the general fun had by all. In spite of the abnormally low “Tear-Jerk-O-Meter” ratings that the town leaders normally use to judge success and failure in any number of town-related events, another movie will be held on the second Saturday of next month (Nov 8th at 6:30 PM). “Well, with over 70 people attending, there is obviously a desire for this sort of thing – even though the movie failed to reduce over half the audience to blubbering, sobbing piles of human debris” said a local movie critic and sappy-movie fan. Ruth Simpson, who organizes these events with a huge amount of help from people all over the area, will be in charge of picking the next movie and has promised to tighten up on the gratuitous emotionalism that was so sorely lacking (according to some) in this last entertainment extravaganza. (And don’t forget the potluck on Nov 9th at 1:00 PM)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just loved movie night. All those free hot dogs, popcorn and drinks. And the candy was only 50 cents! But I just cannot figure out who that man is that struts around with the bad hair and flexing his byceps like he has a Arnold Swartzinagar complex. I wanted to tell him he reminded me of a Danny Davito lookalike but he just would'nt stop that constant yapping. Are we going to see him there next time, I missed most of the movie watching him, but its ok he was quite a hoot. Next time ask him to comb that there hair....

Spud said...

How dare you talk about one of our council members that way!!! Don't you recall that he kept law and order at the 100 year festival? And that little hat he wore - and the badge. Priceless. Leave him alone!!!

Anonymous said...

The Godfather - now THAT was a horse movie. "A head" of the pack!