Documentaries can be about as interesting as an eighth grade biology film strip, but when the cameras are following around people with serious drug addictions, you never know what's going to happen. After watching the subjects further screw their lives up for a few days, they spring an intervention on them and try to get them treatment.
Episode: "Little Boats." The run of fantastic episodes had to come to an end some time and I guess this was it. That's not to say that it was a bad episode, but with all the crap that has happened in the past couple weeks, I think it was a much needed break that let the writers do some housekeeping and hopefully set up some wild stuff that's yet to come.
“The Rebellion Against All There Is…Including Making Good Movies.”
Did you see Wild Hogs? Yeah, me neither. To be fair, it was a movie for men and women aged 40 plus. Hell Ride is basically the same movie. Except that there is LOTS of nudity and violence. And everybody dies. Ok, maybe that’s a bad comparison.
We all know that one of the most difficult tasks of men’s lives is the process of trying to understand women. It is often mindboggling, able to drive us to fits of rage and utter confusion. But the reality is that they smell REALLY good, and whether we like it or not, we need them.
Episode 2.03, "The Benefactor" starts off on a comedian doing a commercial for Utz potato chips and comparing a fat woman who has walked onto the set to the Hindenburg. Meanwhile, Betty Draper is riding horses at the stables, ogling one of the male riders with her friend.
Episode: "A Burning Dog"
Full disclosure: I have never smoked weed in my 26 years of life. That said, I was a little worried there would be some weed-oriented nuance in Pineapple Express I wouldn't get. Then I remembered that potheads think Scooby Doo is hilarious and my fears went away.
Crave Online had some shots of Sukiyaki Western Django up today. As we haven’t done anything on the movie yet, I thought this would be a good time for a little background for inquiring Junkies.
RUGBY! A sport for men. Australian Men. Comming Soon…
At the top of the first episode “Raise The Roof” Ludacris and Tommy Lee have yet to be united. They are both sent on mysterious tasks to discover their mission…a mission of utmost importance.
This year's crop of comics for LCS was easily one of the best, but America (and the show's producers) narrowed the field down to five for the hour-and-a-half long finale. I think they were all solid choices, but the actual final show itself could've used a little more, you know, comedy. The opening:
There are a lot of reality shows out there, but this one actually makes a little sense. Contestants from all across the globe bring their stand-up chops in front of judges from other NBC properties and then, in the grand tradition, America votes. The comics tend to be pretty funny, but they sprinkle in a bunch of wacky gimmick acts, I feel like they could do without.
I've been holding off posting about the casting news for Quintin Tarantino's 2009 WWII epic for a couple of days because no one could actually get the story straight. But now it seems like the dust has settled a little and a few actors are left holding machine guns.
When Roger Corman’s Death Race 2000 came out in 1975 it spooked a lot of people. If you haven’t seen it, it’s about a race in the future (now the past) where the contestants got points for running down pedestrians. The tagline was “In The Year 2000 Hit And Run Driving Is No Longer A Felony.
By now we all know that Heather Ledger did the best thing any human being has ever done in the history of the world when he played the Joker. (Just because he was really good doesn't mean I can't be a sarcastic jerk about it). But these concept images that were used before the movie started shooting look even creepier than the actual Joker.
Quentin Tarantino has been working on the script for his World War II movie since way back in 2001. It's finally, apparently, ready for mass consumption, which could really mean anything when it comes to that crazy man. There are differing accounts as to what the story is actually about, but there's a good chance it's going to be show like a western and focus around some very burly men (QT not-included in the "burly" part) making their way through WWII. If nothing else, there will no doubt be a lot of swearing and violence. Score. Studio: The Weinstein Company Rating: TBA Release Date: 2009 TBA
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Episode: Mexico Anthony Bourdain said that he thinks vegans are "rude," which leads me to believe that he would get along just fine with Bear Gryll who is willing to eat just about anything. For the season five premiere, he dropped himself in the middle of the Mexican desert where, apparently, they don't have In 'N Out.
Bear Grylls is the kind of guy that makes the rest of us slobs look bad. He's climbed Mt. Everest and knows enough survival techniques to make MacGuyver look like a cut-rate Eagle Scout. Every week he drops himself into an intense situation and does all kinds of gross crap to get through it. Don't watch it with your girlfriend unless you want her to know how much of a wimp you are.
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First look pictures of the upcoming adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road were just released.This is by far one of the creepiest books I have read in my entire life. You know Cormac McCarthy as the author of No Country For Old Men. Check em out.
As usual, Cisco and Shwayze are late for their appointment—a photo shoot on the beach. Jordan has a heart to heart with Warren about the weekend shows in San Diego.
Put the weird name out of your head for a minute and concentrate on the fact that James Bond is back and, juding by the poster and the trailers, well armed. The story picks up where Casino Royale left off, with 007 kicking the British asses of everyone he can point a gun at.
It's kind of like The Devil Wears Prada, except it's not for complete idiots. Simon Pegg plays a fictionalized version of real-life writer Toby Young who worked his way up through the magazine ranks, getting into hilarious situations along the way.
Episode: "Exploding Steak"
If you're the kind of kid that used to watch Bill Nye, then you've probably already been following these two mad scientists blow crap up since the beginning. Mythbusters is the show that's almost single-handedly responsible for Discovery's line-up full of shows where people explode things and justify it by showing some scientific formula.
After cutting the ol' ball and chain with Madonna, it looks like Guy Ritchie (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch) is ready to deliver what looks to be a fitting addition to the aforementioned classics. The plot invovles a large sum of dirty money thats up for grabs with a laundry list of roughnecked criminals vying for their piece–only the money ends up with a drugged u