Hey, Everybody, Let’s Go Kill All the Humans!

Global warming, they said. WARMING.Worn out by all the Michael Jackson eulogies? Pissed that now you can’t pick up that remastered 25th-anniversary edition of “Thriller” you’d been meaning to buy since last fall without looking like a dick?

Well, I can’t help you with that, but I can offer a distraction — check out my latest Sympatico/MSN movie gallery, which picks up Megatron’s gauntlet to list eight movies in which life on our little blue marble is at risk of being snuffed out forever.

Help us, Bruce Willis, you’re our only hope!

37 thoughts on “Hey, Everybody, Let’s Go Kill All the Humans!”

  1. I think my favourite of those is Ghost Busters but that Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is such a sweetie that I can’t believe his intentions are evil. The planet must be better off without us.

  2. I think this gallery might have been better timed if you pushed it back a week to coincide with the video release of ‘Knowing’, which ultimately has a Smash Quotient of 100%.

    That may be a plot spoiler, but the movie’s so freakin’ dumb and awful that I just can’t feel bad spoiling it for anyone.

  3. You could toss in Tarkovsky’s ‘The Sacrifice’ with its destruction of one’s family, one’s sense of self, one’s existentialist equilibrium AND the earth itself. But it’d get wedgies and noogies from the rest of the movies here. Besides, there’s far less CGI…

  4. Or Last Night, a very Canadian end-of-the-world movie with no CGI at all (and one of the best awkward guy-guy conversations).

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