July 29, 2012

A Day in the Life of an Action Hero

A typical schedule in the life of an action hero:
1. 1000 – Wake up haggard with a bottle of Jack in my hand. Take a swig and head late to work.
2. 1100 – Get chewed out by the police captain. Respond with smart ass remarks.
3. 1200 – Save potential love interest from a dangerous situation that is much bigger than anticipated.
4. 0100-0400 – Escape and fight off multiple henchmen causing as much damage as possible.
5. 0500-0600 – Obligatory sex scene with love interest
6. 0700 – Love interest is killed by villain
7. 0800 – Pep talk from a fellow detective and revenge gearing montage
8. 0900-1100 – Commence killing of henchmen and fighting that one big henchmen that usually can kick my ass.
9. 1200 – Kill villain while saying a witty one-liner.
10. 0100 – Sit inside an ambulance getting treatment while smiling and freeze frame.

About the Author

My name is Omar and I love action movies. I grew up loving action films thanks in part to my father who would deliver a healthy dose of Stallone, Schwarzenegger, Willis, and Seagal in my movie diet. Ever since then, I continue to love the genre more and more and go along perfectly with my love for the horror genre. What other movie genre can specialize in giving you pure adrenaline and excitement in every turn?



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