Saturday, February 24, 2007



The movie's getting reviews that give me the feeling the critics just don't know what to make of the "23 Enigma." Most likely they've never heard of it. I think I'll probably cave and see it, if only to witness the inevitable mainstreaming of the esoteric.

(And this is just a hunch, but what do you want to bet you-know-who runs with this?)

4 comments:

Katie M. said...

The movie's getting reviews that give me the feeling the critics just don't know what to make of the "23 Enigma."

Either that, or it's just a really bad movie. :o)

Pisces Iscariot said...

With an opening gambit like that, it'd be rude not to go see it.
Jim Carey at last looking believably serious.

Paul Kimball said...

It's not the worst movie I've ever seen... which is the best thing I can say about it.

As for Carrey, he should probably stick to comedy and light drama.

PK

BoyintheMachine said...

Apparantly Jim and the producers are completely ignorant of numerology. Numerology may be a pseudo-science, but it still has rules you know. You can't just break all the rules just so you can discover the comfy '23' you so desire. (Numerology deals with the numbers 1-9, so therefore '23' would be reduced to '2+3=5.' I don't see too many people trying to convince us that '5' is so bad.)

As I stated in my blog on the subject, "Much Ado About Nothing."

-Jason Gammon
www.BoyintheMachine.blogspot.com