This picture has been staring at me for the past few weeks and I’ve been meaning to post it I’ve just been busy with a big redesign process. Don’t worry the new theme should go live sometime this week. Anyway that ad for Netflix was in my Google Reader when I got to that post. I thought it was hilarious. Now granted, for many people, Speed will be included on that list, (or most likely just a list of horrible movies), but for this particular listverse list, it was absent.
I find it hilarious that Netflix knows so much about me. But knowing what I know from where I work, that doesn’t surprise me. In fact what does is that they choose Speed to be shown instead of Die Hard, or any Bruce Willis film for that matter. Because let’s face it, I can list a half dozen Bruce Willis movies that are so bad they’re awesome. Chief among them, Hudson Hawk.
Notice that I said that the films are so bad they’re awesome, not hilarious. There’s a difference, hilarious can still be bad, awesome is the exact opposite of bad. So Hudson Hawk is so bad that it’s good, awesomely good. How does that work? Don’t ask questions.