Monday, December 12, 2005

Narnia is #1
The weekend's top movie was "The Chronicles of Narnia," which follows four siblings who cross into an alternate world steeped in Christian folklore. Of course, if you want to visit a fantasy land filled with Christians, you just have to take the White House tour.

Top 5 Surprises in "The Chronicles of Narnia"

5) It's a Christian movie, but there's no country music!

4) Talking animals explain how they're afraid of evolution

3) After returning through the wardrobe, kids find Jimmy Swaggert in bed with their mom

2) Lion accidentally killed by Evangelical hunting club

1) In the finale, Mel Gibson jumps out and guts the witch with a hunting knife

Pope on Christmas
Pope Benedict XVI told the huge crowd gathered in St. Peter's Square this morning that "rampant materialism is polluting the spirit of Christmas." Then he told everyone to hurry up and grab the 30% savings on all figurines at the Vatican gift shop.

DreamWorks Sold
Paramount has bought DreamWorks SKG, the movie studio created by Hollywood moguls Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen, for $1.6 billion. The price came out to $400 million for the studio and $1.2 billion for Katzenberg's ego.

Frist Threat
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist says he'll do whatever it takes to stop liberal Senators from blocking Samuel Alito's nomination to the Supreme Court. But Democrats say they'd kill all the filibuster talk if Frist would just cut them in on some insider stock tips.


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