Monday, December 18, 2006

Like He Doesn't Already Have Enough Problems Mastering English

Congratulations to Will Smith on his latest hit, The Pursuit of Happyness (that unusual spelling is explained in the movie).

Most industry experts had predicted it would pull in about $17 million and third place at the box office. As it turns out, the film finished the weekend with $27 million and the number one spot. Not bad for a depressing movie about a homeless guy trying to raise a child on his own. Incidentally, the kid playing Smith's son in the movie? He's also happens to be Smith's son in real life.

Despite the rave reviews, the movie does have a potential downside: If President Bush sees it, he may end up thinking "happyness" really is spelled with a "y."

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