I just caught Sylvester Stallone tonight on a re-run 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' from a couple of weeks back where he's promoting his latest, The Expendables, which I found really disappointing chiefly because it wasn't the campy, self-referential film I thought it was going to be and - its biggest sin - it just wasn't much fun. This is particularly disappointing because it seems Stallone - who wrote and directed The Expendables - actually does seem to be funny and willing to make fun of himself. Stallone impressed me recently with his self-effacing remarks in reference to the recently revealed early 80's plan by Paramount plan for a Stallone/Travolta pairing in Godfather Part III - was at it again while discussing on of his worst films ever: Stop or My Mom Will Shoot. In response to an earlier joke about the film made by Kimmel, Stallone said this: "As bad as that movie is... As horrible as it is for you..." Stallone gestured to the audience for effect then added, wearily; "I'm in it." After the audience and Kimmel laughed, he continued: "I'm stuck in it. This is like, whoa, "What a schmuck. I am the schmuck." This little throw-away comment on a talk show eighteen years after the films release is actually funnier then the anything in the movie itself. Better late than never.