posted on Dec, 10 2005 @ 06:36 PM
What a joke. At least Tonya Harding, for all her "moral turpitude," had a whole lotta talent. Precious Anna is to sports what Demi Moore is to
"acting"--take away the physical allure she has to SOME guys, and there's nothing left.
I hope I live long enough to see a world where talentless people with good looks--like Anna, Moore and Tom Cruise--don't make zillions off their
pretty faces. Has their ever been a more unintentionally hilarious scene in Hollywood than the tremendous Jack Nicholson, who apparently played the
courtroom scene something like 10 times and sounded exactly the same every time--asking Cruise, "You want the truth!?," and skinny little 5'2"
Tommy's replying, "I WANT THE TRUTH!!!" in an ultra-tenor scream that was supposed to intimidate Jack Nicholson!
Great idea for a movie, guys, but DEMI MOORE as a credible commanding officer?! And TOMMY CRUISE as a credible genius trial attorney, intimidating
the hell out of Jack f'in Nicholson until he succumbs and blows up and confesses???
In our style-over-substance world, I guess lots of women were content to sit there and gaze at Tommy's pretty face--and forget constant overemoting
and his inexplicable belief that, because he's so enormously overpaid and overrated at acting, he's qualified to pop off on politics and should be
taken seriously. And I guess lots of men could look past Demi Moore's arguable status as the worst actress in decades just to stare at her and
overlook her laughability as a commanding officer.
Anyway, those clowns are the ones I think of when I hear about "Anna," the "tennis player." Shame on anyone who takes her seriously. If you want to
have some sexy pinup of her in your house, fine and well, and you'll get no p.c. lecture about the sexual objectification of women from me. But
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, can we just forget about announcements based on the notion she's a real tennis player?