Saturday, August 14, 2010


Last night hubs and I had a discussion about our freebies - celebrities we're allowed to hook up with if the opportunity ever presents itself.  This topic comes up whenever watching a movie or tv show starring one of our crushes.

We each have a list of hotties we would want to get down 'n dirty with if given the chance.  Mine is longer than his because he's ridiculously picky.  I don't think hubs is really all that concerned about my list because the only celebrities I've actually met in my life were Dennis Haskins (Mr. Belding), Delta Burke, LeAnn Rimes, the dude who played Major Dad and various Christian musicians.

Under the Rule of the Freebie (because rules are necessary for something like this), one cannot get angry with spouse for taking advantage of such an opportunity, unless A) spouse is in California stalking object of affection or B) spouse goes looking for said affair - ie: going backstage at a concert /searching out celebrity on movie locations.  Also, the hooking up can only be a one-time thing.  There has to be limitations, after all.

So in the spirit of Hollywood crushes (because we all have at least one), I've decided to share my list with you.  This in no way is in the hopes that one of my listees will someday happen across this post and decide to pay me a visit....heheh.

Mark Harmon (aka Gibbs)

He's no surprise to those of you who regularly read my blog, since I wrote a love letter to him last month.  I adored Mark as carefree teacher Freddy Shoop in Summer School, and I love him now as an older but still incredibly sexy Leroy Jethro Gibbs.  Rawr.

Johnny Depp

I'm pretty sure this former "sexiest man alive" is on nearly every woman's freebie list.  There's something incredibly sexy about a chameleon, and Johnny Depp is one indeed.  Edward Scissorhands, Cry-Baby, Captain Jack Sparrow, The Mad Hatter, on and on goes the list of personas this brilliant babe has portrayed. 

Patrick Dempsey

Ronald Miller.  Dr. McDreamy.  Andrew Hennings.  Tom Bailey.  He was adorable as a nerd in the 80s (even with the awful dancing), and decades later he's still smokin' hot.  His family man satus just makes him that much more endearing.

Craig Ferguson

I've always considered a sense of humor to be incredibly sexy on a man.  Also sexy is an accent.  Put the two together with good looks and you have funnyman Craig Ferguson of The Late Late Show on CBS.  He's also the king of double entendres, which means more fun at parties. 

Ryan Reynolds

You really need no other explanation than to look at those abs.  Yummy.  However, this hunk is also funny.  Van Wilder showed off his.....uh.....assets, as well as his penchant for comedy.  He's also sarcasticly entertaining in The Proposal. 

As an addendum to my freebie list, I also have a extras list (sort of like honorable mentions).  These are the guys I can make out with, but no more.  Unless they ask nicely.  And we're in a different time zone. 

Colin Farrell
 Joshua Jackson
 Justin Timberlake
 Matthew McConaughey
 Richard Gere
 Zac Efron

MmmHmmm.  Yes indeedy. 

Also, since there are a very few guys who read my stuff, I've also decided to include the hubs' list.  Enjoy.

Ashley Judd
 Kate Beckinsale
 Salma Hayek
 Sandra Bullock

Editor's Note:  For those of you shaking your head and thinking we actually condone extramarital affairs - this whole Freebie thing is really just something we came up with out of boredom and for laughs.  

Friday, August 13, 2010

I'd like to thank....

Whatever you're doing right now, STOP.

I have been given. An. AWARD.

I feel like Jim Carrey in The Mask.

It's the Great Blog Award

from my good blogging bud Beatles and Booze. THANK YOU!

According to blogging rules, when you receive a blog award you must do the following:

1. Thank the person who gave you the award
2. Share seven things about you
3. Nominate 15 newly discovered blogs
4. Let your nominees know about the award!

1. Already done, but again - thanks so much! Beatles and Booze is a really good (and somehow still relatively unknown) blog, and everyone should go check it out!

2. This is a weird one, because I feel like one of those self-obsessed people when I talk about myself. However, a rule is a rule...
  • I'm left-handed, but somewhat ambidextrious. I play all sports, cook and do various activities right-handed.
  • I love to sing. I've sang in church my entire life, and have also sang for a graduation and several weddings. (I actually considered "wedding singer" as a career once.)
  • I can juggle three balls. Like clowns in the circus, not Jenna Jameson. (Dirty-minded people.)
  • My favorite colors are LSU purple and gold.
  • I hope to someday FINISH a novel that I've started....and be published.
  • I'm terrified of driving over bridges.
  • In 8th grade my best friend Tiff and I spoke in a strictly Don Juan De Marco accent for two weeks straight.
3. I actually made my own award to give out:

I follow about 50 different blogs, and I have committed to read every single post by each of them. That's a lot of reading and commenting, and there are a few that I really look forward to reading. It wasn't 15, but here they are:

Beatles and Booze
Confessions of a Philly Girl
Cafe' Bellini
Fantasy Casting!
It's All Random
Wasting Words
Without Obsession Life Is Nothing
Sara Swears A Lot
Long Distance Love Affair

So here's to you guys. Thanks for entertaining me on a daily basis! :)

Go check 'em out and give 'em some love, because they deserve it!

Fantabulous Friday the 13th

Okay everyone. Let's stop what we're doing, take a deep breath, and let it out slowly. Don't panic.

It's not just Fantabulous Friday today.

It's Fantabulous Friday the 13th!


If you're a paraskevidekatriaphobic - one who has a morbid fear of Friday the 13th - or one of those people afraid of black cats and walking under ladders, today's post is not the post for you.

In honor of this superstitious day I'm going to talk about fantabulously terrifying things (ie: things that scare the bejeezus out of me.)

Ready? Here we go.


This dude creeps. Me. Out. Halloween is one of my all-time favorite scary movies (although for the past few years I haven't been able to watch horror films due to my anxiety), but Michael Myers literally terrifies me. My friend Kiley dressed up as him for Halloween a couple of years ago, and even though I WATCHED HER PUT THE MASK ON, I still couldn't be in the same room as her. No, thank you.

The Exorcist

I refused to watch this movie until I was about 22, because I absolutely believe it's possible for people to be possessed, and frankly that knowledge scares me. I'm not worried about being possessed myself, but just the idea in general.
I thought my age and secure faith would make me not afraid of this film. HA! Freaky stuff. When that chick came crawling down the stairs backwards..... I totally covered my eyes. CREEPY. Viewing it the one time was more than enough. I'll never sit through that one again. The theme music still gives me chills.


I know they aren't poisonous. I know they're harmless. But they TERRIFY ME. I swear they're the Devil's minions. I live in the country, and whenever it rains these evil insects inevitably make their way to dry land - ie: my house. I'll be sitting on the couch minding my own, and suddenly see one out of the corner of my eye. If you ever want to see me have a total freak out, be around when one crawls on me. I'll come unsnapped. Luckily my brave hubs takes care of them for me. Just don't ask him to kill a spider. (Note: I had to use a fake picture of them because an actual picture gives me the willies.)

Pennywise from "It"

I don't know about you, but I can't look at this image for more than a second or two before being completely creeped out. If anyone ever wants to know why people are afraid of clowns, all they need do is look at a picture of this guy. I'm not afraid of clowns in general, but this dude definitely scares the hell out of me. What's weird is that I KNOW that's Tim Curry (who I love!) under the clown makeup, but I can't get past it. My friend is afraid of all clowns, especially Pennywise, the doll from Saw movies and the clowns from Killer Klownz from Outer Space.

Ebola Virus

I could just say "incurable viruses" and be really general about it - because honestly there are a lot of scary viruses that could wipe out nations if they got out of hand. However, if you've ever read The Hot Zone (which I covered in recent post "Literary Lovin'"), you'd be terrified of this specific virus. Knowing the effects Ebola has on the human body will cure any desire to roam the mountains of Africa. Ever. It has a 90% mortality rate, and those crazy CDC people are nowhere near finding a cure.

Charles Manson

I know there have been a lot of effectivly freaky serial killers/mass murderes in the history of the world, but this dude beats 'em all. He was so good at crazy that he was able to convince other people to join him in Psycho Land - he even suckered a Beach Boy into thinking he was cool. A BEACH BOY! That's talent.
I tried to read Helter Skelter a few years ago, and only made it about halfway through. I have never in my life been so frightened from a book. I still haven't finished it. I started having nightmares while reading the chapters that described the crime scenes. I'm telling you, this guy puts all others to shame. What's worse is that he was recently up for parole (again). Thankfully he was denied, but just the thought of him being free on the streets is enough to make me double-check my locks at night.

Total Darkness

Lots of people are afraid of the dark. There are different reasons, like being locked in a closet as a kid, or getting lost outside at night, etc. I can tell you the exact moment I became afraid of the dark, and it wasn't due to a childish prank. I was maybe ten years old, and my cousins were watching Silence of the Lambs. When it got to the scene where Jodie Foster is in the dark house and the killer is walking behind her wearing night vision goggles, and he reaches out to almost touch her and she has NO IDEA HE'S RIGHT FREAKING THERE!!! Aaaahh. I had my first official anxiety attack, and ever since then I have been terrified of the dark.

Marilyn Manson

Ah, you Mansons. You're all awful. Shameful.

I'm not afraid to see him on television (although he does creep me out in his videos). If by some strange chance I happened to be walking down the street and saw him walking toward me, I would go into total freak out mode. I mean really, what's the deal with him? Is he a dude just dressing like a chick? Is he a dude who wants to be a chick? Is it some weird fashion statement? WHAT?! Oh and what's with the eyes, man? Just stop it! You scare me.

Well, that's enough freakiness for one day. I'm starting to freak myself out. So, happy Friday the 13th people! Don't forget to step over cracks on the sidewalk!

Thursday, August 12, 2010

It's FOOTBALL time again....

That is all.

The Many Faces of Jim Carrey: A comedic crush

I love Jim Carrey.

Why, you ask? Well I'll tell you.

He's one of the funniest dudes ever. He can do an impression of just about anyone. He's cute, too.

If I had to make a list of my favorite movies, his would make up the majority. Some of the funniest quotes ever are from his films, and I always take advantage of an opportunity to interject them into everyday conversations.

Although he appeared in various films in the 80s (Peggy Sue Got Married, Earth Girls Are Easy, etc.), Jim's big break came from In Living Color. Playing characters such as Fire Marshall Bill and Vera De Milo gave him the springboard to star in films.
One of the great things about Jim Carrey is the way he is in public. He always seems open and friendly in interviews and plays along with paparazzi - once he was photographed after trading swimsuits with Jenny McCarthy. I couldn't find a picture, but vividly remember Jim presenting an award at the VH1 Fashion Awards (at least I think that's what it was on) wearing nothing but a leaf over his twig 'n giggleberries. He's also rocked the house at the MTV movie awards more than once.

In honor of my affection for this awesome dude, I've compiled my top ten favorite Jim Carrey movies/characters (because sometimes the movie sucks, but a character is still great).

10. Edward Nygma/The Riddler in Batman Forever

You don't have to tell me; I know this movie sucked. As much as I love Val Kilmer, and despite Tommy Lee Jones playing a pretty good Two-Face, there was no saving this installment in the superhero franchise. Even still, I loved Jim's neurotic Edward Nygma/The Riddler persona. Greatness.

Favorite quote from this film:
"Caffeine'll kill ya!"

9. Stanley Ipkiss in The Mask

Although The Mask is favored by most as Jim's best, I have to disagree. Terrible script and shallow characters run amok throughout. However, I feel a sense of nostalgia about Stanley Ipkiss because it's one of the characters that made Jim Carrey a household name.

Favorite quote from this film:
"Hold me closer, Ed. It's gettin' dark......Tell Auntie Em to let Old Yeller out.....Tell Tiny Tim I won't be coming home this Christmas.....Tell Scarlett I do give a damn."

8. Fun with Dick and Jane
I'll be honest, the first time I saw this one I didn't really care for it. Then I watched it again. And again.....and fell in love with it. Carrey is great as the poor dope who loses his job and finds himself indicted over huge business scandal. He's more physically funny than verbally in this one, and I think that's why I love it so.

Favorite quote from this film:
"Indicted? Indicted! INDICTED! I can't calm down, I'm being indicted!"

7. Mark Kendall in Once Bitten
I blogged about this film recently for Movie Delight Monday (check it out for a full review). It was one of Jim's first films, and didn't really become popular until much later in his career. It now has somewhat of a cult following, and is considered one of his great performances.

Favorite quote from the film:
"I don't want to be a vampire. I'm a DAY person."

"Did we get up on the wrong side of the coffin this evening?"

6. Ace Ventura in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
I'm counting these as one because, well, it's my blog and I can do whatever I want. Also, it was the same character. So there.

The first time I saw Ace Ventura I was eleven. My friend let me borrow her VHS of it, and I watched it over and over again until the tape stopped working altogether. It was the funniest thing I had ever seen in my entire life (which wasn't that long, but still). Many don't care for this character of Jim's. They say he overacts with the faces and physical humor, but I think it just makes him that much funnier.

Favorite quotes from these films:
"That's none of your business, and I'll thank you to stay out of my personal affairs."

"Well, I'm not really ready for a relationship, Lois, but thank you for asking. Hey, maybe I'll give you a call sometime. Your number's still 911? All righty then."

"I have exorcised the demons... this house is clear."
"I'm ready to go in, coach, just give me a chance. I know there's a lot of riding on it, but it's all psychological. Just gotta stay in a positive frame of mind. I'm gonna execute a button-hook pattern, super slo-mo."

There's someone on the wing! Some... THING! I'm sorry, what were you saying?

Hi there. Nice to see ya. Bumblebee tuna. Bumblebee tuna!

This is a lovely room of death.

5. The Truman Show
I love this movie. I love the concept, the characters and the actors portraying the characters. All of it was genius. It was while watching this film that I realized Jim had a talent for not only comedy, but drama as well.

Favorite quotes from the film:
"In case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening and good night!"

"Somebody help me, I'm being spontaneous!"

4. Bruce Almighty
Jim Carrey was cinema gold in this film. The rest of the cast was awesome too (Morgan Freeman, Steve Carell, and Jennifer Aniston). Bruce Nolan's tantrums are over-the-top, and I loved every moment of them.

Favorite quotes from the film:

"First off, let me just add another congratulations to Evan Backstabber - pardon me, Bastard. Baxter, rather. It is good to see what someone with real talent can do when great opportunities are given to them instead of me. Anyway, I'm here with Katherine Hepburn's mom. Tell me, why did you toss the "blue heart of the ocean" jewel over the railing of Titanic? Did you feel bad at all letting Leo DiCaprio drown, while you were safe floating on the big door? Could you have taken turns, or were you just too afraid to freeze your big fat a$$ off?"

"Yo, my brethren. What up with thee?"

"I wouldn't want any stray hairs to fall into the booger."

3. The Cable Guy

I'm well aware that many Carrey fans absolutely hate this movie, but I never understood why. I love it. Every single minute of it. Jim Carrey as a psychotic stalker is just awesomeness to me. (I'm also partial to Matthew Broderick though, so that may have helped.) Not to mention he has a lisp and thinks he's various television characters.

Favorite quotes from the film:

"It is a big deal, it is to me!" (Sound familiar?)

"You might recognize this song as performed by Jefferson Airplane, in a little rockumentary called "Gimme Shelter," about the Rolling Stones and their nightmare at Altamont. That night the Oakland chapter of the Hell's Angels had their way. Tonight, it's my turn."

You know what the trouble about real life is? There's no danger music.

Don't you understand, Steven? Somebody has to kill the babysitter.

2. Dumb and Dumber
This is one of the best comedies made. Ever. Like in the history of comedy. Carrey and Jeff Daniels were great as idiot best friends (Daniels was actually a big surprise in this film). I could go on for days about all the reasons I love Dumb & Dumber, but instead I'll just give you my favorite quotes - and there's a bunch of 'em:

"Just when I thought you couldn't possibly be any dumber, you go and do something like this... and totally redeem yourself!"
"I'd like to eat her liver with some fava beans and a nice bottle of Chianti."

"That John Denver's full of shit, man."

"If I know Mary as well as I think I do, she'll invite us right in for tea and strumpets."

"We got no food, no jobs... our PETS' HEADS ARE FALLING OFF!"
"Mary... I desperately wanna make love to a school boy."

"I got robbed by a sweet old lady on a motorized cart. I didn't even see it coming!"

Lloyd: "Uh, what is the Soup Du Jour?"
Waitress: "It's the Soup of the Day."
Lloyd: "Mmmm. That sounds good. I'll have that."

"Hey guys. Woah, Big Gulps, huh? All right! Well, see ya later."

1. Liar Liar
This film is by far Jim Carrey's best role and my most favorite movie of his. No matter how many times I watch it, I still laugh hysterically. I also love how the dvd plays outtakes during the credits. Some of the funniest outtakes I've ever seen are from this movie.

Instead of listing my favorite quotes (because it would basically be the entire film), I've decided to share a clip from YouTube of the best Liar Liar moments:

I'm also going to share the same video I used a couple of weeks ago for Fantabulous Friday. It's a collection of some of Jim's best movie moments. Enjoy!

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Abnormal News Day

Normally I just pick one abnormal news story, but there are a few different stories that caught my attention this morning.  The kind of stories that make you do the head-tilt and "Say what?" noise.  You know, like dogs do. 

Just go with me on this.

Anyhoo, from cooking cats to plants growing inside the body, it's been a busy week in the weird news world.  So sit back, relax, have a cup 'o joe with a bagel, and enjoy.

Police discover cat "marinating" in car trunk

(I know, my first thought was "huh?" as well.)

According to MSN, a New York cop was performing a routine traffic stop when he heard meowing coming from the offender's trunk.  Further inspection led to the discovery of dude's adorable cat in a cage, covered in oil, crushed red peppers and chili peppers. 

I wish I had been there for the interrogation that followed.

Dude says his cat is ill-tempered, so as punishment he planned to COOK his cat.  Like a meal.  To eat. 


Aside from the obvious questions, one particular stood out:

If you were going to cook the cat for eating purposes, wouldn't you shave his hair off first?

Just a thought. 

Thankfully the cat was rescued, cleaned and put up for adoption.  Vegans only need apply, please.

Woman uses diaper in traffic beef

The chick in this story takes road rage to a whole new level.

While leaving a county fair, two women got stuck in traffic, and for reasons unknown got into a dispute.  One of the women decided the best way to make her point would be to get down 'n dirty.  Literally.

She took a dirty diaper - from where, I'm not sure - and smeared baby poop all over the other woman's windshield.

I'd say she won that argument.  She was, however, charged with harrassment. 

Oxford says no to "faboosh" words

Been waiting patiently for words like "cankles" and "tanorexia" to show up in the Oxford English Dictionary so you'll have permission to use them in that English essay about the difference between Kirstie Alley and George Hamilton? 

Too bad.

According to Oxford's senior assistant editor Fiona Mooring, current slang will not be included in the OED until there is sufficient evidence of their usage, preferably in published writings over a period of time.

A few examples of words that have yet to be accepted:

Chimping: the action or practice of immediately reviewing each shot taken using a digital camera (I do that.)

Chin-strap: a type of beard, shaped in a narrow strip along the jawline

Faboosh: fabulous

Flashpacking: luxurious backpacking

Twetiquette: Twitter etiquette

So, if you're hoping to see OMG, IDK, chillax, and other text-talk or slang words show up in the dictionary, don't hold your breath.  It'll be a good decade or two. 

Until then we'll just have to stick with Urban Dictionary.

Moving on...

Plant grows in man's lung

This story is just beyond bizarre. 

Dude is eating dinner.  Let's say it's baked chicken.  As a side, he has green peas.  One of those little guys decides to go down the wrong pipe and settles in dude's lung.  Pea then over time begins to GROW into a pea PLANT inside dude's LUNG. 


See the video below.

You'll think twice before hoovering your peas next time, won't you? 

I will.

That's all the abnormal news for today, kids!

In case I don't see ya....

good afternoon, good evening and goodnight!

(I may make this my "signature"...)

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

"No Ice Cream on Sundays" and other weird laws

Out of sheer boredom I decided to start Googling random things (and yes, that's an actual word.  Google it. Hahahaha!)  This is something I tend to do often, which is why the hubs says I'm full of useless information. I think he may be right...

Anyhoo, after reading about various 80s actors on Wikipedia, browsing every picture of Johnny Depp ever posted online, and reading book reviews for most of the novels on The New York Times best sellers list, I came across a website listing some of the most weird/dumb actual laws in our country.

Of course I have to share some of these with you guys, if only because they're just absolutely ridiculous. 

In Alabama:
  • It is illegal to wear a fake moustache that causes laughter in church.
  • Boogers may not be flicked into the wind.
  • You may not have an ice cream cone in your back pocket at any time.
In Arkansas:
  • A man can legally beat his wife, but not more than once a month. (Because that would be overkill.)
  • Dogs may not bark after 6 PM.
In Conecticut:
  • In order for a pickle to officially be considered a pickle, it must bounce. (What?!)
  • It is unlawful to walk backwards after sunset.
  • It is illegal for a man to kiss his wife on Sunday.
In Florida:
  • It is illegal to sell your children. (I thought this was a nation-wide rule?)
  • Having sexual relations with a porcupine is illegal. (Um.....OUCH.)
  • You may not fart in a public place after 6 P.
In Indiana:
  • It is illegal for a man to be sexually aroused in public.
  • One may not sniff glue.
In Louisiana (woop woop!):
  • It is illegal to rob a bank and then shoot at the bank teller with a water pistol.
  • Biting someone with your natural teeth is “simple assault,” while biting someone with your false teeth is “aggravated assault." (Because there's a difference?)
  • You may not tie an alligator to a fire hydrant.
  • It is illegal to have sex with a cow. (But goats are overlooked.  Yep, that actually happened once.  At least, that's the story I heard....)
In Mississippi:
  • If one is a parent to two illegitimate children, that person will go to jail for at least one month. (I KNOW this law isn't being upheld.)
  • A man may not seduce a woman by lying, and claiming he will marry her.
In New Jersey:
  • It is illegal to wear a bullet-proof vest while committing a murder. (This one's easy. Aim for the head.)
  • It is against the law for a man to knit during the fishing season.
  • You may not slurp your soup.
In Oregon:
  • Dishes must drip dry.
  • It is illegal to whisper “dirty” things in your lover’s ear during sex. (Well, where's the fun in that?)
In Texas:
  • When two trains meet each other at a railroad crossing, each shall come to a full stop, and neither shall proceed until the other has gone. (Huh?)
  • It is illegal to milk another person’s cow.
There are about a million more laws on, which are listed under each individual state.  Go check it out!

Sorry for the absolute lack of creativity today.  I went to school this morning to pick up my student ID, textbooks and parking decal, so I'm slightly distracted due to over-excitement about going back to school after my six-year hiatus.  I'll make it up to you tomorrow, I promise!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Movie Delight Monday


La. Dee. Da. 

You know what that means.....


I'm excited.  Are you excited? 

Did anyone watch Porky's last week after my brilliant post praising its awesomeness?  I hope so.  One of these days I'm going to give you guys a pop quiz (interesting idea for a future blog post....)

Anyhoo, today I'm in a Tim Curry kind of mood, so we're going to talk about one of my all-time favorite movies.  It's a film that has over the past twenty-five years become something of a cult classic (like Tim Curry films tend to do).  That's right, folks, I'm talking about the hilarious film based on the game of the same name:

With the whodunit game as a basis, the film starts at Hill House, where six people are all guests to a dinner party by an unknown host. 

The cast of this film is full of talent, the best being - of course - Tim Curry.

Curry plays Wadsworth, the butler and general coordinator of the evening.  

The guests arrive, all suspicious and confused as to the reasons for their invitations.

Madeline Kahn played Mrs. White, the black widow who is also just a tad crazy.
(I also loved her in a handful of other movies - I consider her the queen of classic comedy- some of which will be future Movie Delight Monday topics.)

Professor Plum is played by the very talented Christopher Lloyd. 
Among his best roles are Judge Doom (Who Framed Roger Rabbit?), Uncle Fester and of course Doc Brown.  However, he's golden as Prof. Plum, and plays the affair-having horndog well.  

Then we have Mr. Green played by Michael McKean

Colonel Mustard played by very funny Martin Mull

Lesley Ann Warren as Miss Scarlet

and Eileen Brennan as Mrs. Peacock
LOVED her in The New
Adventures of Pippi Longstocking!)

So anyhoo, all of the guests arrive, and Wadsworth keeps them confused by refusing to name the host.  Over dinner, discussions reveal the guests are all connected to Washington, D.C.  Mr. Boddy - supposed host - eventually shows up.  He leads the guests into the study and explains to them that they are all being blackmailed by Wadsworth.  He gives them each a weapon, telling them to kill Wadsworth in order to protect their secrets and preserve their reputations. 

Suddenly Mr. Boddy is dead, followed by the cook and the maid. 

 Hilarity ensues as the guests and Wadsworth try to solve the mystery and find out whodunit.  The body count increases as more people arrive at the mansion, revealing bits and pieces of the guests sordid pasts.
This film provides some of the best one-liners ever, and Curry is hilarious as he acts out his theories of how each murder was committed without the murderer being seen.

The best part of the film is the end, when three alternate endings are provided.  My favorite of the three (and I'm not telling which one is the actual ending) is when Wadsworth and Miss Scarlet are arguing over the number of bullets left in the gun.
One plus two plus one plus one....
Even if you're not a fan of the game, the movie is hilarious, and one you can watch over and over again.