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Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Paul: Pegg, Frost, meet me at camera five. Look, you know I love you. Hot Fuzz, Spaced, Shaun of the Dead are personal favorites and I love watching them time and again. But listen, I'm really struggling to get up the nerve to watch this... it just looks so, bleh. And Pegg after I forgave you for trying to out crap-accent Anton Yelchin in Star Trek, I believe I deserve better.So how's about this, if I watch it and end up not liking it, you owe me another Edgar Wright endeavor - you know fulfill your own director-acting team trilogy of sorts. It's for the greater good.
Jumping the Broom: Welcome ladies and gentlemen to this week's installment of the greatest show on earth - INVERSE LIMBO! In the right corner coming in at two anorexic Hollywood models pounds, and standing a healthy better than you distance above your head, it's the overtly posh family! And in the left corner, coming in varying degrees of skinny but respectable to fat, loud, and proud, but all in a way you can relate to, it's the everyday joe family! Posh Family Ready? Everyday Joe Family Ready? Limbo Stick Ready? INVERSE LIMBO! - coming to a tv near you this fall.
Your Highness: Hehe, get it, Your HIGHness, rofl, lawl, lol, omg. Y u no c dis movie? Dis movie is awesum ya kno? Eck, I feel like I need a shower now after typing that. Maybe I'll watch this, but don't hold your breath for it.
Super: I've heard a lot of mixed things about this, not sure where I stand. Then again, it does have Kevin Bacon playing villain Kevin Bacon.
Mars Needs Moms: Why doesn't Hollywood just hire a movie goalie whose job is to save them the embarrassment of making a movie like this - which everyone had to know was going to crash and burn.
The Last Godfather: *shrug*, yeah I've not heard of it either. Judging by the rocking 2.7 IMDB score, I'd say it's for the best that I never do.
The Battle of Algiers (Blu-Ray): It's applicability to now is unmistakable, and that is perhaps why I find this movie so heartbreaking to watch.
Dazed and Confused (Blu-Ray): no matter what you think of this film, there's nothing quite like a good ol' fashion game of "Hey, that's Adam Goldberg." You know you wanna play!
Alright that's all I've got for you this week, happy hunting!