MONDO EXTRAS

Like Scary, Like Bored

by Stee May 23, 2001
Like Mother, Like Son: The Strange Story of Sante and Kenny Kimes

MTM is now licking Forster's face in a bar, telling him she loves him. Forster mumbles, "Where's my paycheck?" or something like that. MTM steals a fur coat as they walk out. Forster wants her to take it back, but she throws her voice up nineteen octaves and says, "That's the kick of it, baby. It's fun!" She loves stealing, we learn, but hates the word "stealing." Yeah. Whatever, Laura. MTM coos, saying something about Shakespeare and sex, and then we fast-forward to MTM and Forster living together; now there is an older kid and MTM calls Forster "Poppa" as he gives her money and she takes the kids shopping. She croaks a song about frogs and mice as they drive down the Vegas strip and head to a casino. The older kid refuses to "play Momma's games," and instead MTM enlists L'il Gabe. They head into a casino store, and L'il Gabe tells a woman she's pretty while MTM pockets a dress. L'il Gabe is scarier than the Pepsi girl. His lines are all crazy dubbed; I heard they filmed this in Australia, and so I'm guessing kid is Aussie and they had to dub his shit. Lord, this is some terrible writing.

So now we leave the second degree of flashback and we're only in the two-year flashback, and Stapleton is showing Gabe his suite/apartment. She has massive red Sally Jessy glasses and they have an awkward scene together. He's charming and creepy and bored. She's old. She stares into the camera and we go into another flashback, where L'il Gabe watches scared as MTM yells at Forster, trying to convince him to cut off financial ties with his older children. She makes an oblique reference to cutting off his dick and then busts into full-on 1920s film melodrama as she cries and then opens his shirt, saying she'll give him whatever he wants. Forster then does some amazing acting as he pretends to be turned on. L'il Gabe doesn't have to do any acting whatsoever as he looks scared by what he's witnessing.

Now MTM, wearing a tiny doll hat, is arrested for credit-card fraud by a couple of extras during L'il Gabe's birthday party.

Big Gabe comes out of the reverie as MTM devours the entire set, talking about how much the house must cost. Gabe pouts, saying that he wants to get this one over with. Naturally, he means this movie, but she plays along and kisses him on the mouth -- very creepy -- and tells him they have to get organized. They eat Chinese food and make a list of shit for the killing of Stapleton. We pull back as we watch a crazy mother and son eating and discussing handcuffs and duct tape and yeah, it's got. By us. Got it. Totally Undeserved Hitchcock Strings play as the camera slams out of the room and into Stapleton's room where we see her sitting, trying desperately to remember her lines and which damn project she's working on again.

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Like Scary, Like Bored

by Stee May 23, 2001
Like Mother, Like Son: The Strange Story of Sante and Kenny Kimes MTM is now licking Forster's face in a bar, telling him she loves him. Forster mumbles, "Where's my paycheck?" or something like that. MTM steals a fur coat as they walk out. Forster wants her to take it back, but she throws her voice up nineteen octaves and says, "That's the kick of it, baby. It's fun!" She loves stealing, we learn, but hates the word "stealing." Yeah. Whatever, Laura. MTM coos, saying something about Shakespeare and sex, and then we fast-forward to MTM and Forster living together; now there is an older kid and MTM calls Forster "Poppa" as he gives her money and she takes the kids shopping. She croaks a song about frogs and mice as they drive down the Vegas strip and head to a casino. The older kid refuses to "play Momma's games," and instead MTM enlists L'il Gabe. They head into a casino store, and L'il Gabe tells a woman she's pretty while MTM pockets a dress. L'il Gabe is scarier than the Pepsi girl. His lines are all crazy dubbed; I heard they filmed this in Australia, and so I'm guessing kid is Aussie and they had to dub his shit. Lord, this is some terrible writing. So now we leave the second degree of flashback and we're only in the two-year flashback, and Stapleton is showing Gabe his suite/apartment. She has massive red Sally Jessy glasses and they have an awkward scene together. He's charming and creepy and bored. She's old. She stares into the camera and we go into another flashback, where L'il Gabe watches scared as MTM yells at Forster, trying to convince him to cut off financial ties with his older children. She makes an oblique reference to cutting off his dick and then busts into full-on 1920s film melodrama as she cries and then opens his shirt, saying she'll give him whatever he wants. Forster then does some amazing acting as he pretends to be turned on. L'il Gabe doesn't have to do any acting whatsoever as he looks scared by what he's witnessing. Now MTM, wearing a tiny doll hat, is arrested for credit-card fraud by a couple of extras during L'il Gabe's birthday party. Big Gabe comes out of the reverie as MTM devours the entire set, talking about how much the house must cost. Gabe pouts, saying that he wants to get this one over with. Naturally, he means this movie, but she plays along and kisses him on the mouth -- very creepy -- and tells him they have to get organized. They eat Chinese food and make a list of shit for the killing of Stapleton. We pull back as we watch a crazy mother and son eating and discussing handcuffs and duct tape and yeah, it's got. By us. Got it. Totally Undeserved Hitchcock Strings play as the camera slams out of the room and into Stapleton's room where we see her sitting, trying desperately to remember her lines and which damn project she's working on again.

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