The Bucket List

by Steve on January 13, 2008

The wife and I went to see it this afternoon. First time in a long while that we ventured to the movies and at $7 a head (for the matinee) it hasn’t gotten any cheaper. Actually it was the first movie to come along in recent memory that looked like it might be worth the cash. It’s hard to come away disappointed when you have Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman directed by Rob Reiner. In a very rare serving from Hollywood, nothing got blown up and nobody got naked yet it was still a thoroughly enjoyable film. It’s a heartwarming look at the human condition and making the most out of life. While facing death is a real bummer, the humor twisted into the situation will have you rolling.

The list of things you want to do before you kick the bucket. What’s on yours?

Still not convinced it might be worth your money and time? Here’s just one of the many one-liners destined to become classics:

Three Things to remember when you are old: never pass up a bathroom, never waste a hard-on and never trust a fart.

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Papa Ray January 14, 2008 at 0:21

That’s easy. Raise my two Granddaughters well, helping them get a good start in life, with the proper values and aspirations.

Papa Ray

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