Colin "All your base" Heaney 23:59, 28 February 2008 (UTC)
Let's go over a major Uncyclopedia concept here. I'm not lifting this directly from HTBFANJS, but this is the basic idea. Random humor is NOT funny. I'll say it again. Random humor is NOT funny. Once more, yeah? Random humor is NOT funny. I hate to have to be redundant in order to get my point across, but in this case I have to. There is no valid humor in this article. It's all very fit for Illogicopedia, hell, they might even feature this. But we're not Illogicopedia. We're Uncyclopedia. Our articles require coherent thoughts and lots of time to develop an article. Plus, your M. Night Shamylan bits sound incredibly familiar. Where have I heard this before?
No concept. This is just listing off celebrities and stealing material from bad TV shows. Try doing something more along the lines of what Quentin Tarentino might actually do a movie about. People find the truth to be much funnier than just pointless drivel and lies. The article needs to have a direction to base jokes off of. Think of jokes as being towers, and the concept is your foundation. Everything is grounded on this foundation, just like all of your jokes must come back to the concept. Without a concept, your jokes will crumble. That's what's happening here. Think of random humor as being ground zero on 9/11. No one laughed at that, and no one is laughing at this either.
Prose and formatting:
Short, but structured pretty well and not too many spelling errors. Try not to use more punctuation than is necessary, though. I didn't really like the way you wrote a lot of this, either. But your formatting isn't terrible. Try to make your characters sound better, and more like they do in real life.
I can't give you a score here, as there are no images. Boo hoo, cry me a river. Then take a picture of said river and then I can give you a score for this. Aren't I clever? =D Lighten up, it's all in the spirit of good fun!
Averaged, I guess.
You can't really expect a good score from an article that's been ICU'd. I tried to give you some advice, but what can I really do? How can I review something that isn't really there? I hope you read HTBFANJS and then continue to write, taking some of the advice given here and at HTBFANJS into mind.