Sunday, September 28

My Problem With Kirk Cameron

My major problem with Kirk Cameron is not that he alienated himself from his "Growing Pains" cast members by haranguing them about Jesus (I imagine it must take a lot to piss off Alan Thicke), or that he and his Kiwi pal don't understand bananas and use their confusion as part of thier ministry, or that he played a character named Buck Williams in the movies about being Left Behind, or even that he has fundamental (heh) problem with his stated profession of acting by going so far as to have his real-life wife act as a stand-in in a kissing scene.

No, my problem is that he is all of these things and yet totally hot. Couldn't he have the decency to look as crazy as he actually is?



Blogger GingerSnaps said...

ugh...unfortunately for me, his hotness decreased exponentially when he went off the deep end. I can't get past it to see the hotness anymore. :(

7:14 PM  
Anonymous jennifer said...

Ok, I'm not going to COMPLETELY validate your assertion, but there is something about his mouth - the upturned corners that seem like they could turn into a real sleazy come-on - that is kind of appealing.

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I actually watched Left Behind on The Drive-in Channel (Canada). Any Canadian out there knows that's exactly where this movie belongs. The channel specializes in cheese, especially aged cheddar. (Blaxploitation, Kung Fu, 70-80's horror, monsters, westerns and Bosom-mania)

Left Behind is definitely a car crash movie; you want to look away, but something compels you to keep watching.

What's REALLY funny is that they made at least two sequels to it. I think the first was called, Left Behind 2: Electric Boogaloo. There are even rumours about a TV show.

12:13 PM  

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