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Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Just .......WTF. Part 2, 371.

Most famous faces never get to see their biopics, as there seems to be some kind of unwritten Hollywood rule that the star in question is dead before he or she is immortalised on the silver screen. Yes, I know -you're sitting thinking "What the hell is he wittering on about?" - but you'll never guess who has their screen epic about to hit the big screen. Actually, you probably know already as it's been advertised pretty much non-stop for about a week or so now.

Yes, it's the child with hair that looks like I cut it -with a strimmer- the tiny antichrist himself, Dustbin Beaver.
Sorry, Justin Bieber.




Now, is it just me but doesn't a film chronicling the lifetime achievements of a 16 year old seem a tad premature? I mean, he's only been well known for a year or so -and I'm guessing that he's not Johnny Cash in his off screen/stage life- so what's the incentive to go to the film?  What's that, there is no incentive and it's a cynical marketing ploy to separate young girls from their pocket money? Oh, that's ok then.



There's no homosexual subtext to this picture, none whatsoever.


6 comments:

Amber said...

I just don't get it. I don't think I ever will.

Hopefully this little shit will go the same way of the Lindsey Lohans and the Leif Garrett's (look at me name dropping....). Then and only then will any type of biopic be interesting.

PS: A backhoe is a piece of heavy equipment used for digging on job sites.

Tom Millson said...

That black dude's smile is one that suggests he is thinking "I've tapped that, yeeeeee boi!"

I saw this film advertised on channel Dave. DAVE. A channel for MEN. There's no way someone who watches Top Gear, Fifth Gear, Gadget Show and Dragons' Den is also going to want to go out and watch this movie.

fizzee rascal said...

Leif Garret? Wow, talk about a blast from the past. Yeah a slow decent into rehab hell would be nice.

Usher and JB? Who'd a thunk it?

Queen_Raiden said...

Chronicling the life of 16 year old on the big screen? this should be something set aside for tv or straight to the DVD. With something like this the target audience is obvious and we pretty much know who pays for it.

Yet still I wouldn't be surprised if this guy eventually goes downhill with all the fame going through his head.

Capricious Retch said...

I recall a time when music artists merits were based on talent, musicianship, song writing ability, etc. Now, we've got little twits getting biopics before they've even made it out of puberty, rehab, etc. I think he needs to do at least a couple rehab stints before he gets a biopic deal, shit.

fizzee rascal said...

QueenR and Cap.

We can only hope