Do you know what hyperbole is?
Do you know who Kirk Montgomery is?
Do you know what you get when you mix the two?
I just heard an advertisement for the new Star Trek movie in which Mr. Montgomery is quoted as saying that the new Star Trek is “this generation’s Star Wars”. ORLY? I thought it was supposed to be this generation’s STAR TREK!!!!
Following this new variation on logic I can only surmise that:
- “House” must be this generation’s “Gone With The Wind”.
- The new Will Ferrell remake of “Land of the Lost” must be this generation’s “French Connection”.
- “Transformers 2” must certainly be this generation’s “Citizen Kane”
- and who could deny that “Operation Runway” represents this generation’s “From Here to Eternity”??
Alls I know is that THIS generation have their heads up their collective asses and that Mr. Montgomery is leading the charge. Just like Humphrey Bogart in “Ironman 2”.
Now THERE was a classic.
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