As if we needed more concern about LeBron making his own Space Jam movie, I’m suddenly real concerned about his taste in movies, in general.
Did you hear the flicks he reeled off that he watched with his kids? He says he didn’t watch the last game of the Heat-Raptors series because he was having a movie night with his kids. Love that. I do it myself. Make some popcorn, set up shop on the couch, maybe introduce the youngsters to a classic from back in the day. Check out the flicks that Bron played for his 11 and 8 year olds. The Punisher. Interview With The Vampire. And… How The Grinch Stole Christmas.
What kind of jacked up acid trip of a film festival is that? Let’s run those down, one by one: An R-Rated vigilante gunman who roams around the city capping dudes who killed his wife and kids.
Interview with the Vampire: An R-Rated Mav in a blood-sucking sex romp with gratuitous nudity and Brad Pitt biting a kid.
And Worst of all – How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
If somebody wants to show their kids crazy dark jacked up movies – that’s your call I guess. But who the hell watches Christmas movies in May? Who even watches them on December 26th? What’s up for this weekend’s movie night: It’s a Wonderful Life?
Maybe right around the 4th of July, the James kids can watch “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
Never mind Christmas, it sounds like the Grinch stole you’re entire Blu Ray collection.
So instead of watching the teams you’re going to play in a few days, he chose a Christmas movie he shouldn’t be watching for 7 months. And then he paired with couple of blood baths.
Your kids, your call Bron. I won’t tell you how to raise them. Just like I don’t want anybody telling me what to watch. That’s why tonight the Rome Boys are going to sit down with a nice movie marathon of Kill Bill, The Exorcist, 50 Shades of Gray and Miracle on 34th Street.
STRIVE FOR CHRISTMAS OUT HERE, CUZ!
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