A stick in the mud

Oh boy. Another Chuck Norris made-for-TV-movie. This time CBS gives us The President's Man: A Line in the Sand. Just click that link and read the synopsis. For archival purposes (so we can laugh about it years from now), I'll post a bit here:

By day, Joshua McCord (Norris) is one of Dallas University's most popular professors. In times of crisis, he is the United States government's secret weapon.
Gripping, huh? Who writes this stuff? It gets better:
A team of terrorists stages a hi-tech break-in at a museum, dropping wires from the roof to the floor of the great hall. They are after three statues among the many on display. The targeted statues contain the components to construct a nuclear bomb.
What a great place to put nuclear bomb components-- in ancient relics housed in a minimum security museum.

(You can't see me right now, but I'm rolling my eyes big-time.)

This is nothing against Norris personally-- from what I've read, he sounds like a nice guy and all. He just can't act his way out of a paper bag.

Sorry-- this wasn't even fit to post, but it's late and I have little else to blog about.


savannah said:

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