NCFOM acronyms

Earlier today N.Y. Times Oscar columnist David Carr (a.k.a., “the Bagger”) came up with a few fresh titles based on the No Country for Old Men acronym (NCFOM). My favorite is No Coin Flip Ordains Mercy. It took me four minutes to come up with my own: Nihilist Crazy Fulfills Oscar Majesty. Others?

28 thoughts on “NCFOM acronyms

  1. arch451 on said:

    necrophiliacs cum for organ meat

  2. When I went to see Cloverfield (shouldn’t have shown the monster, except on TV) there were several older folks coming out of There Will Be Blood complaining that there was a problem with the sound. I wonder if there really was, or if they were just mistaking the score for a technical glitch…

  3. Mgmax, hopefully they were just pissed that it wasn’t turned up enough, which is what I always want when I go to some local place. But apparently there are people who complain about being in a theater where the sound is just too loud.
    I have yet to experience this.

  4. I saw TWBB at the Lowe’s on Columbus in a THX certified aud. It kicked my ass.
    Back home in SC, it still sounded good. But not as good as in NY.

  5. ‘No Clinton Fucks-Up Obama’s Mandate’…..that’s for you, Jeff. Or – ‘Never Clinton, Forever Obama, Man’ works too.

  6. No Call From Overnight Man
    means
    Night Clerk Failed Offered Mission
    because
    New Caller Fingered Odd Machine
    so
    Notice Creaking Floorboards, Ominous Movement
    therefore
    Nighs Chigurh! Flee Outside, Moss!

  7. When I went to see Cloverfield (shouldn’t have shown the monster, except on TV) there were several older folks coming out of There Will Be Blood complaining that there was a problem with the sound. I wonder if there really was, or if they were just mistaking the score for a technical glitch…

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