We all love Charlie Sheen in "Two and a Half Men," but withought him, will we really watch the comedy still? I think not. Sheen is, of course, the main character in the comedy, but he really does make the show. Without him, so much will be lost that can never be regained with Ashton Kutcher as the new star of the series. Sheen gives the show a humor that both adults and teenagers can enjoy, and his age makes it all the funnier; not that he's old, but he's the perfect age for his character to be utterly hilarious.
Ashton Kutcher is funny, but in a different way as Charlie Sheen. He doesn't seem fit to fill the roll; yes, I know he isn't playing Charlie on the show, but bear with me. Kutcher will forever be known as Michael Kelso from "that seventies show," where he played a stupid airhead who, while filled with off-the-wall hilarious comments, seemed rather abnoctious at given points. Yes, that is just one roll, but it seems he plays those kind of rolls the best. I am really unsure that he will succeed in the upcoming seasons of "Two and a Half Men."
Of course, this is all my opinion, I speak for me and me alone, but I'm sure my feelings are shared with at least a select few of others. I have nothing against Kutcher, I just don't believe that he was the right choice to fill the lead in "Two and a Half Men." I wish him the best of luck though, but I doubt I will continue to watch the comedy after Sheen leaves.
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Summer is going by far too fast, and I don't like that fact. I wish it would take a time out and slow up a bit. I have so much I want to do and say before I leave for college. Everything seems to be going downhill for me, but I know it will get better; I just have to get used to all the good and bad changes in my life. Well, this is just a short little- summary I guess -so that I don't forget about my blog. Thank you Mrs. Gillmore for introducing it to me in tenth grade; i didn't like it at first, but I do now.