One sentence movie review: "Don't Mess with Zohan"

I was having brunch with some friends this past Sunday when my friend Jesse, apropos of nothing drops mentions the new Adam Sandler movie, "Don't Mess with Zohan." Now, I'm not a huge comedy snob, I think a lot of Adam Sandler's stuff can be really funny. Steve Buschemi putting on lipstick in "Billy Madison" is pure weird comedy.

"Don't Mess With Zohan" looks a lot like a stool sample. Jesse, a man with normally good taste, disagrees. He thinks the preview looks really funny. He's not sure if the movie will live up to the high expectations of the preview, but he LOVES the preview.

Of course I thought of Jesse when I saw this simple and to the point graffiti review.

"Borat + Chuck Norris="Don't Mess with Zohan."
I mean, 'nuff said, right? That totally nails what is wrong with it. This movie is a completely rip-off of two things you don't want combined.

Another plus on the ad is Adam Sandler had to use a stunt double for his legs. There is no way he has thighs like that. NO WAY!

Spring Means Baseball! Go Sox!

Spring is upon us and that means that baseball is here again. Thank goodness!

So here are some fun baseball thing-a-ma-jigs (including one non-graffiti item).

Sox/Yanks rivalry ends in death.
Bruised up Yanks fan, Ivonne Hernandez ran over a few Red Sox fans, killing one. This dope of a woman was at a bar in Nashua, NH proclaiming her Yanks fandom then jumped into her car to escape the chants of "Yankees Suck." A Yankes fan in NH? I smell an execution.

Speaking of the Yankees...lookie, lookie what I found!

I was taking out the trash one fine day when I looked into the garbage and found a Yanks cap. Now I know what you are supposed to do with those hats. I wonder if that hat is covering Phil Hughes ERA. Ha ha! Yankees suck!

And here is some fun Mets graffiti:

SNY has a bunch of Mets ads up around the city that frustrated fans have been delighting in scribbling over.

David Wright

Professional sports is the hobgoblin of the weak
Yikes. I love it when graffiti gets dorky and philosophical!

This graffiti is a little more NYC Classic:

I *think* that is Jose Reyes but I don't watch the Mets enough to know or care. But who cares WHAT player it is when he is smoking a huge "bluntz" while sliding into a base.

Play ball!