Hollywood, California (IP) - First there was the big movie hit, "Snakes on a Plane" and now the great blockbuster movie hit of the year, "Boogers on a Bus" has hit the silver screen just in time for the end of summer.
Hollywood hired 1,749 overweight 12 year old boys to dig for gold deep in their nostrils so as to make the movie as realistic as possible.
The movie takes place in New Orleans as another big hurricane heads for the city that lies too far below sea level to be worth rebuilding. This time the residents take all the warnings issued by the National Hurricane Center and the Weather Channel very seriously not realizing that the whole thing is just another episode of the Weather Channel's Storm Stories.
The residents waste no time jumping onto school buses and old municipal buses sitting in a staging area near the I-10 interstate highway corridor. The would-be evacuees take their seats and the bus doors automatically close and much to their horror they realize their is no one available to operate the buses.
It would be unfair to ruin the movie for everyone by describing what happens next and how the whole thing ends. One thing is certain in that this movie is a lot better than the "snake movie" and is every bit worth the $37.50 it costs to get in to see it not to mention the $237.50 it will cost a couple of people to share one small popcorn, 2 small sodas, and a stale box of gummy candy the will guarantee you an emergency visit to the dentist's office to replace the old caps that get dislodged from the top of your molars. Remember not to reach under the seat you are sitting in for any reason.