October 14, 2005, - 3:21 pm

“Domino” Horrid Movie Update

By Debbie Schlussel
I wrote, last week, that “Domino” was the worst movie I’ve ever seen. Horrid. In theaters today, avoid this at all cost.
When the highlight of a movie is a diversionary appearance on “The Jerry Springer Show,” by one of the characters, you know it’s really bad.
I also said that “90210” has-beens Ian Ziering and Brian Austin Green must be really desperate to appear in this craven piece of crap. And whaddya know?–USA Today confirmed it, this week.

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Ziering & Green: If only “90210” losers would recede with their hairlines . . . .

Asked why they did this disgusting movie, Ziering said that it “helps put it [“90210″] behind you.” Wrong. It helps show you are a big behind, Ian.
As I said previously, if there was a death penalty for trash detrimental to America, the makers of–and actors in (including the “90210” fools)–this movie would be the first executed.

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5 Responses

i always resented the way 90210’s Jewish characters were nerds who minimized their own Jewishness. Andrea the yearbook girl was unnatractive and geeky and David was a reformed geek. Meanwhile Tori Spelling got to pretend to be a shiksa goddess (as if). The show really reflected the pathology in Jewish Hollywood.

shleppy on October 14, 2005 at 6:53 pm

And the film makers must have been desperate to employ such sub-par actors for this project. Ick!

Scott S on October 15, 2005 at 9:04 pm

It’s amazing how geeky T.V. has become. Boy I miss the days of Emergency, Adam 12 or Dragnet

KOAJaps on October 15, 2005 at 11:58 pm

I think movies as the best way to tell a story are the past. When you have to make a movie about the daughter of an ordinary actor nobody under the age of sixty can remember, you know it’s over. And Murrow? You’d have to be seventy at least to remember who he was. John Lennon once said that intellectuals would kill rock and roll; the same can be said of movies. Dead,

Duke on October 16, 2005 at 8:19 am

I think the reason Tony Scott put in the 90210 has beens is he is trying to use the Quentin Tarantino gimmick, ala John Travolta.
I never watched 90210 because why would anyone have empathy for a bunch of rich Hollywood kids in high school? Oh, poor girl had to drive the spare Porsche’ to school because she wrecked the Bently? Besides, those “high schoolers” were all over 30 and looked it!
Ian Ziering is an idiot. Nikki was smart to leave him for me.
BTW, I just saw on TV the real life tramp Domino died of a drug overdose not long ago.

Jeff_W on October 17, 2005 at 12:46 am

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