Angelina Jolie Plays Salt, Naked.

Funny story written by Buck E Filbert

Wednesday, 28 July 2010

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Angelina Jolie as Salt

Dateline Hollywood - There were many in the industry who questioned her abilities. Could she play the part? It seems, after much coaching, practice and direction. Yes, the opinions are in, the critics have had their say and the conclusion is, indeed Angelina Jolie was brilliant as salt.

John Huge, President of Masterful Films, in an interview said, "there was initial hesitation in casting Jolie, some were worried, can she be the salt, can she emote salt, can she just be a mineral.

While very unconventional in his approach to film making director Alan Smithee has wowed critics and fan alike with such classics as "Pepper and the Sneeze" and "Fur in the Vacuum Cleaner, has totally gone off the charts with "Salt,
the Mineral".

It's understandable that Jolie was apprehensive in accepting the roll at first. After all what do you do to make a common household mineral interesting?

After I went to the screening I couldn't help but be impressed. It's brilliant, 90 minutes of Angelina Jollee, butt naked, being table salt.

One male movie patron said, "it's the most wonderful thing I've ever witnessed, Wow!", his girlfriend said, "not so much".

So, the tallies are in, males, a big two thumbs up, females, not so much.

From Sunset and Vine
in Beautiful Downtown Hollywood

Buck E Filbert
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