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Nooo, I hate cameos! What is this, Will and Grace?
I see our leadership choices are all white men. Apparently, in 2012 our physical *and* ideological landmarks will be wiped out.
In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, crocheting, and shopping with my daughter *Trebek slaps her* my sister *Trebek slaps her* my daughter *Trebek slaps her* my sister *Trebek slaps her* She’s my sister and my daughter!!! Oh, and I also like playing bridge!
I like that there is a pseudo-Martin Starr running around.
Jeez. We gave him our hearts and he gave us a woof!
Phew, at least everyone in this kinky underground club is hetero! Which is very believable! Especially in Depeche Mode-verse! We don’t want to be *that* subversive or anything…
I’m going to have disagree with Gabe on this one. I enjoyed it initially, particularly the way we get to hear Damon’s inane thoughts, but it just becomes too repetitive. First, he’s lying to Quantum Leap. Then he’s lying to Patton Oswalt *about* Quantum Leap. Then lying to Paul F. Tompkins *about* Patton Owsalt, etc. I’m also not often a fan of using recognizable actors/comedians in bit parts. It pulls you out of the story, and you’re just playing “I Wonder When the British Guy from The Daily Show is Going to Pop Up.” I have this same problem with Hurt Locker and Thin Red Line, two movies I otherwise love.
Yes! I thought so too when watching it.
“Doing all the things a little brother shouldn’t do. Like drinking poisoned blood and messing round with voodoo.”
I liked Rachel Getting Married. It’s not perfect, but it’s a lot better than, say, Ron Howard’s The Grinch. I am wondering if these are all movies Gabe has seen before, and if not, what happens if he actually likes one of these?
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I’ve been wondering what Christopher Guest has been up to lately!
You’re in luck on that count. Shyamalan had to change the name of his movie to avoid confusion with this one, so it’s just called The Last Airbender.
I love Delgo!
“He’s a very good dog and a very pretty dog.” Aaaaah, too cute! Please do another Seth MacFarlane story so my proper levels of bilious contempt can be restored.
Wait, so they only have to answer one super-easy question, and can use a lifeline, including asking Ken Jennings? Those Celebrity Jeopardy SNL skits weren’t so far off. The Penis Mightier indeed!
Yeah, I can’t wait for his hilarious Tamagotchi parody ad next!
I really liked it too, and was especially grateful that the trailers didn’t give large portions of the story away. I have a hard time imagining the Halo movie would have been this resonant.
As a gay man, I have a sneaking suspicion that “Team Jacob” is the new “Friend of Dorothy.” I have no doubt he’ll be there for you as a friend, Bella!
So, I’ve been watching your icon for about five minutes straight. I love cats because they’re cute and just a little bit terrifying…
Nothing screams “quality” like a January release date. I hope it beats out Leprechaun in Space 5 that weekend!
Um, Justin Guarini has his own sketch comedy web show, so who’s getting the last laugh? Oh right, no one because it’s the worst thing ever made.
This is the most schizophrenic movie I’ve seen in a while. I thought the first half was terrific – a dark look at the dark side of comedy. It feels like a complete movie itself. So when the Leslie Mann/Eric Bana story takes over (which it does *completely*, at the expense of all the other subplots), it’s like we’re watching a thoroughly different, much less interesting movie.