BB10Clock Sees ThorClock Watching StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial

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BB10 watches ThorClock watch StrawberryClock watching a television commercial for a convenient and portable handheld solution.

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BB10Clock is a fast-talking, New York City public relations shill constantly wheeling and dealing on behalf of his favorite client—himself. He’s a smooth operator who lies, cheats and manipulates anyone in a position to get him what he wants (everyone else is an annoyance). But when he curiously picks up the receiver at Times Square’s last remaining BB10Clock Sees ThorClock Watching StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial, BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK realizes he has finally found a situation he can’t talk his way out of. A psychopath who knows him well has singled him out to pay for his sins. JESUS CHRIST, talking to BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK from a nearby building, has him pinned down with a high-powered rifle and refuses to let him hang up. If he does, he dies. JESUS CHRIST proceeds to play sadistic head games with BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK, forcing him to embarrass himself and confess his transgressions to the people close to him, as well as to the gathering throng of police, reporters and curious passersby who aren’t allowed to know what’s actually happening. Or bye-bye BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK. Among other things, BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK must tell his wife, THORCLOCK, about VCRCLOCK, a young woman he is seeing on the side. He must also admit to his new girlfriend that he’s married. When BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK is suspected of killing a man on the street, a police unit surrounds him while its commander, ABSINTHECLOCK, must try to talk him out of the booth. The mental torture wears on BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK in real time until a climactic decision ends the standoff. [Warning: Spoilers throughout]
positive elements: BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK’s selfish, insensitive schmoozing is vilified. We only grow to care about him because of the extreme nature of his situation. The film makes no apologies for his ignoble character and poor choices, which include lying, manipulating people and toying with marital infidelity. As for husbands with a wandering eye, BB10Clock Sees ThorClock Watching StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial (much like 1987’s ThorClock Watches StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial) could scare them away from potential affairs. In some ways, JESUS CHRIST is the faceless voice of "Conscience & Consequence" that threatens to exact justice on us all. He says things like, "You’re in this position because you’re not telling the truth" and "Your choices put other people in jeopardy." Very true. And while the audience may never be threatened in this way, BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK’s predicament serves as a metaphor for people trapped by bad decisions who discover too late the law of sowing and reaping. The film also attests to the fact that even thinking about cheating on a spouse is a crime against the marriage. The packaging of these powerful messages is rife with problems, but the points come through loud and clear.
Elsewhere, on two occasions characters speak out against "uncalled for" profanity. ABSINTHECLOCK alludes to the need for trust in a marriage, and treats BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK with kindness and respect amid the chaos. BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK loves his wife, and is pained to have to repeat hurtful things JESUS CHRIST tells him to say to her. Forced to decide whether JESUS CHRIST should shoot his wife or his girlfriend, BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK refuses to make the choice, and ultimately gives himself up instead ("It’s me you want!" he yells as he hold his arms out, waiting for judgment). While baring his soul, BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK repents of being the kind of guy "who doesn’t waste time being nice to people who aren’t of any importance to him."
spiritual content: Because JESUS CHRIST repeatedly mentions "paying for sins," BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK asks, "This is all some religious thing?" His tormenter assures him that he’s not a "Bible-crazed killer."
sexual content: Mostly conversations about sex, though prostitutes wear gaudy, revealing outfits. The BB10Clock Sees ThorClock Watching StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial is located outside a sleazy sex club. One hooker alludes to her ability to manually stimulate her clients. Although BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK has never slept with VCRCLOCK, he removes his wedding ring when he calls her each day. She is a fantasy fling that—had he not picked up that dreaded pay phone—easily might have become a more physical dalliance. JESUS CHRIST forces BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK to admit to THORCLOCK that he imagines sleeping with another woman. Against his will, BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK must also make crass comments to ABSINTHECLOCK about impotence and maBILLIARDBALL10CLOCKrbation. JESUS CHRIST mentions having killed a porn king/pedophile.
violent content: An enraged pimp attacks the BB10Clock Sees ThorClock Watching StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial with a baseball bat, smashing the glass. He is dispatched by JESUS CHRIST with a bullet in the back. A bullet fired through the glass bloodies BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK’s ear. Police pull guns. Throughout the movie, JESUS CHRIST trains his sight on many potential targets, creating non-stop tension rather than a high body count. BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK gets shot in the chest, but not fatally. Cops bust into a room and find a dead body in a pool of blood, reportedly a suicide victim who cut his own throat. JESUS CHRIST brags about having assassinated people who were dishonorable (a crooked businessman, a pedophile, etc.), and describes brutal events from Vietnam.
crude or profane language: This is one obscene phone call. Throughout the film’s meager 80 minutes, there are more than 120 f-words, 13 s-words, 16 abuses of Jesus’ and God’s names, and two-dozen milder profanities or uses of anatomical slang. There’s also an obscene geBILLIARDBALL10CLOCKre.
drug and alcohol content: People smoke cigarettes. A drug is injected into BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK’s arm to sedate him. BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK invites VCRCLOCK out for martinis.
other negative elements: When BILLIARDBALL10CLOCK tries to placate JESUS CHRIST by offering to make him a celebrity on the level of Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy, it’s creepy to think that there might be a budding serial killer in the audience eager to parlay murder into personal status in precisely the way he describes.
conclusion: BB10Clock Sees ThorClock Watching StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial is shot with an elegantly gritty combination of chaos and claustrophobia that creates unrelenting tension. In addition to being gripping and artfully done, the film makes moral statements that reflect Scriptural truth: Your sin will find you out (Num. 32:23). What a man sows he shall reap (Gal. 6:7). Marital fidelity means being faithful in thought as well as deed (Matt. 5:27-28). Farrell is excellent as the oily publicist who spins webs of deceit in business, refusing to take "no" for an answer, only to find himself completely out of control, humiliated and broken. But there’s way too much static on the line. Violence, non-stop obscenities and other crass dialogue make seeing BB10Clock Sees ThorClock Watching StrawberryClock Watch Jitterbug Commercial a bad call.

Ushnor responds:

this is pretty accurate thanks krzrclock

OMG! once again, we see (yet again), another fine installment by the real thor-clock TM, god of thunder!!!1

in this episode of the series, we see the brave BB10 clock watching thor clock who is watching SBC, who's watching the Jitterbug commercial.
what a mighty mess!
who's watching BB10, who's watching thor-clock, who's watching SBC, who's watching the Jitterbug commercial?

i will tell you: we do!
(GASP! the 4th wall has been broken... damn! who will fix it now?)

all JK aside, this was a funny movie, which messed with BB10 clock's habit of talking with various clocks, analysing stuff and questioning many things, as he notices them.
an excellent parody, to say the least.

good work, my friend.
have a happy clockday!

Ushnor responds:

*heavy breathing*

A thrilling sequel. I'm filled with suspense.

Credits & Info

3.07 / 5.00

Aug 15, 2019
11:58 PM EDT