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Tuesday, 23 February 2010

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Barack Obama is to star in a "Blockbuster" with no sensations or fantasies it's called MEIN KAMPF!

Scientists in the US have openly scorned film-makers for using too much fantasy in their blockbuster films (dunno what they're on about??).

Aliens, Jaws, Armageddon, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Titanic, King Kong, etc, have too much fantasy in them Scientists declared and are totally void of all reality.

They mislead the public and create world's that could never exist?

In fact they are so upset about Johnny Depp they've decided not to invite him to their annual conference behind the Matrix in "Wonderland", Alice, Springs (with her rabbits).

Certain films were given the thumbs up by scientists though:

Kill Bill = total reality
Kill Bill 2 = even more reality
Lord of the Rings = scientifically proven, it happened once just like Moses parted the waves.
Harry Potter = Shining examples of exact scientific experiments in 3D.
Jaws XI = so crappy it had to be real and not fantasy.
Pyscho 1, 2 and 3 = Anthony Perkins cross-dressing his mum, certainly scientifically feasable ask Elton John.
Men in Black = proven beyond doubt.
Silence of the Lambs = Brilliant piece of forensic detective work especially when Hannibal has his dinner.

Film-makers have hit back at the Scientists and have decided to make a film without fantasy, sensations or surrealistic scenarios its called "Mein Kampf" with Barack Obama playing the starring role!

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