TUTTLE MODE | REVIEW
by James Tuttle
It’s been a while since my last movie review of Thor in the spring. I suppose that’s because it’s been a while since I had a free minute at the same time that a movie with a lot of hunky shirtless guys was in theatres. You probably recall that the shirt-to-shirtless ratio turned out to be pretty dismal in Thor but Tarsem Singh’s new film Immortals didn’t have that problem. It’s set in an age before shirts were even invented!
I should probably be embarrassed that I so rarely support the entertainment industry by actually buying tickets at the cinema, $19 each in this case, as involved in it as I am. Many of my clients are heavy hitters in the business, I myself am on hold to act in a couple of indie flicks and I have at least one screenplay being considered for a Lifetime Network-level budget. On the other hand, our cleaning lady Esperanza probably does, too. That’s how we roll here in L.A.