Author: Martini Shark

Boat Trip (2002) (part 5 of 5)

“I wish I could express to you how unsettling this is. To see a former James Bond replicate fellatio with a breakfast link as a come-on has got to be one of the worst things ever committed to film. Seriously, all the sanguinary excesses in the entire Saw movie series are nothing compared to watching the wrinkled Roger Moore licking a saveloy in order to seduce Horatio Sanz.”

Boat Trip (2002) (part 4 of 5)

“I wish I could express to you how unsettling this is. To see a former James Bond replicate fellatio with a breakfast link as a come-on has got to be one of the worst things ever committed to film. Seriously, all the sanguinary excesses in the entire Saw movie series are nothing compared to watching the wrinkled Roger Moore licking a saveloy in order to seduce Horatio Sanz.”

Boat Trip (2002) (part 3 of 5)

“I wish I could express to you how unsettling this is. To see a former James Bond replicate fellatio with a breakfast link as a come-on has got to be one of the worst things ever committed to film. Seriously, all the sanguinary excesses in the entire Saw movie series are nothing compared to watching the wrinkled Roger Moore licking a saveloy in order to seduce Horatio Sanz.”

Boat Trip (2002) (part 2 of 5)

“I wish I could express to you how unsettling this is. To see a former James Bond replicate fellatio with a breakfast link as a come-on has got to be one of the worst things ever committed to film. Seriously, all the sanguinary excesses in the entire Saw movie series are nothing compared to watching the wrinkled Roger Moore licking a saveloy in order to seduce Horatio Sanz.”

Boat Trip (2002) (part 1 of 5)

“I wish I could express to you how unsettling this is. To see a former James Bond replicate fellatio with a breakfast link as a come-on has got to be one of the worst things ever committed to film. Seriously, all the sanguinary excesses in the entire Saw movie series are nothing compared to watching the wrinkled Roger Moore licking a saveloy in order to seduce Horatio Sanz.”

Baywatch “War of Nerves” (part 3 of 3)

“Sato pitches knives at a newspaper article covering the crime that sent him away. This strikes me as odd. Do criminals actually clip out news items from the low points in their careers? Sometimes I think back to that time I was mugged by a Girl Scout leader/meth-tweaker at a Chuck E. Cheese years back, and I promise you, that newspaper article is not in any of my scrapbooks.”

Baywatch “War of Nerves” (part 2 of 3)

“Sato pitches knives at a newspaper article covering the crime that sent him away. This strikes me as odd. Do criminals actually clip out news items from the low points in their careers? Sometimes I think back to that time I was mugged by a Girl Scout leader/meth-tweaker at a Chuck E. Cheese years back, and I promise you, that newspaper article is not in any of my scrapbooks.”

Baywatch “War of Nerves” (part 1 of 3)

“Sato pitches knives at a newspaper article covering the crime that sent him away. This strikes me as odd. Do criminals actually clip out news items from the low points in their careers? Sometimes I think back to that time I was mugged by a Girl Scout leader/meth-tweaker at a Chuck E. Cheese years back, and I promise you, that newspaper article is not in any of my scrapbooks.”