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Blade Runner 2 Is A Horrible Idea
Monday, September 29 by

Sequels that are done 26 years after the fact are not a good idea. If it’s been that long, just go for the remake.  Blade Runner is one of the best Sci-Fi movies of all time, and it would take an amazing feat of moviemaking to even get close to the splendor of the original. But that doesn’t seem to be stopping the two ambitious co-writers of Eagle Eye from aiming to ruin your precious cinematic memories.

Pink Panther 2 Poster Begs For a Mallet
Monday, September 29 by

First the economy commits suicide and now my sense of humor is attacked by this Pink Panther 2 poster. Sure, it's just Steve Martin wearing a hat, poking his head out of a hole. But I just keep imaginging that down there in that hole are the 12 kids from Cheaper By the Dozen waiting to spring out and steal my 10 dollar movie admission.

Curious Case Of Benjamin Button Trailer
Monday, September 29 by

The Curious Case Of Benjamin button is adapted from the 1920s story by F. Scott Fitzgerald about a man who is born in his eighties and ages backwards.

Monday Mashup: Requiem For A Toy
Monday, September 29 by

Someday after the economy totally crashes, we will not have real actors because they will be too expensive. Everything will be animated. This mashup is particularly amazing because of the vocal match up. It’s also particularly funny because it makes a bunch of toys look and sound like heroin addicts.  Nice work.

Eagle Eye
Monday, September 29 by

When an omnipresent secret agency starts playing a deadly game with Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf), he is put in all kinds of horrible situations. They track his movements and use technology not even scientists have thought of yet to make sure he is doing as he is told. It's sure to be exciting and make you as paranoid as 10 bong hits outside of the police station.

Mickey Rourke Is The Wrestler
Monday, September 29 by

The Wrestler is Darren Aronofsky’s latest film. It’s been getting incredible reviews at film fests. Mickey Rourke is said to do an amazing job at playing the part of an aging, emotionally wounded WWF-type, a role that has some similarities to his life. Here’s a little info.

Review: “Eagle Eye” Will Make You Paranoid
Monday, September 29 by

Love him or hate him, Shia is going to be around for a while. While I'm not one of the haters, I'm still not entirely convinced he can carry a movie totally on his non-hunky shoulders. Plot:

Recap: Watch Fox’s Sunday Night Premieres
Monday, September 29 by

Episode: "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes" After being arrested for rioting on St. Patrick's day, Homer decides to become a bounty hunter. He convinces Flanders to join him, while Marge unknowingly takes a job at an erotic bakery. If you're a fan of the show, all of that should sound great to you.

Paul Newman Is Dead
Sunday, September 28 by

To be completely honest, I thought Paul Newman was already dead, but apparently I was wrong since he died of cancer on Friday at his home in Connecticut. He was 83. I'm not going to make any lame salad dressing jokes, because I'm sure you want to save those for the guy in your office who thinks he's really funny but everyone else just thinks he's mentally challenged.

Bonus Features: Friday! Friday!
Friday, September 26 by

It's always fun to see what goes on behind closed doors in the movie world. This 11 year-old tape is a discussion between Quentin Tarantino and Harvey Weinstein back when Robert De Niro apparently thought he was getting shafted for his role in Jackie Brown. The whole thing should leave you feeling slimy, and if not, you might be perfect for the movie biz.

Bruno Brilliantly Disrupts Fashion Show
Friday, September 26 by

It’s not easy doing what Sacha Baron Cohen does. The man has some massive cojones to pull off the pranks that he delicately engineers with his group of writers and producers. One of the biggest obstacles to continuing to perpetuate the Ali G character line is recognition. So it’s always satisfying to see him sneaking past security to make a mockery of things.

Valkyrie Trailer
Friday, September 26 by

Tom Cruise put some change back in the Famous Bank with his performance in Tropic Thunder. And now Valkyrie looks pretty dope. I particularly like the line “any problem on earth can be solved with the careful application of explosives.” That reminds me of the Simpsons episode where Bart and Homer try to fix everything with fireworks. It works.

Sex Drive Red Band Clip: Donut Gets Knocked Out
Friday, September 26 by

I gotta say, there has not been a single clip released from this movie that has not had me laughing my ass off. This one involves a donut suit, some cock n balls, and a disturbed parent. So awesome.  

Bonus Features: Links to Kill Time Before “The Office”
Thursday, September 25 by

Normally I hesitate to embed commercials on the site, but I'm so amped for The Office coming back tonight, that I just can't help it. So many questions were left unanswered at the end of last season and now we have a full hour to get some answers. But, that's still a couple of hours away, so here are a few wonderful links to help you kill time until TV once again takes over your life.

Full Details and Artwork For the Hellboy II and Indiana Jones DVDs
Thursday, September 25 by

As we get closer to Christmas, crappier movies start hitting the theaters and the good stuff from the past summer starts hitting DVD. Today, we got the full info on two fo the season's biggest DVD releases. Hit the jump for what you can expect from Indy when it drops on October 14th and Hellboy II on November 11th.

New “W.” Trailer
Thursday, September 25 by

I re-watched Natural Born Killers a few days ago. I haven’t seen it in about 10 years. I forgot what a crazy movie it is. It reminded me that Oliver Stone can actually make a good film, as long as it doesn’t have Colin Farrell. Here’s to hoping this is a good one. And may God Bless America.   

The Joker Doesn’t Think Much of Bush’s Economic Bailout
Thursday, September 25 by

The Dark Knight really has stuck with some people. It was still so prevalent in the mind of one guy, that he couldn't help but make a mash-up of one of his favorite scenes from the movie and last night's George Bush speech about how it's fun to spend $700 billion.

Religulous
Thursday, September 25 by

Bill Maher and Larry Charles explore the wild world of religious fundamentalism.Release Date: 3 Oct, 3008Studio: Lionsgate

Review: Religulous Is Preachy But Good
Thursday, September 25 by

If you don’t like Bill Maher then you are not going to like this film. If you are sympathetic to the cause of religion then you are also not going to like this film. If you think that the comedic methods of Sasha Baran Cohen are unfair, then that’s just another reason you will think that this is a shitty movie.  However, if you are like me— an comedy-loving atheist who thinks that Maher makes a good point, even though he’s using the camera as a weapon—then see this film.

Johnny Depp Signs On for Pirates 4, The Lone Ranger
Thursday, September 25 by

Don't worry, economy. Once Johnny Depp and Jerry Bruckheimer get done making Pirates of the Caribbean 4 and The Lone Ranger for Disney, they should have more than enough money to bail us out of this pesky recession. Johnny's not even playing the Lone Ranger, he's only going to be Tonto, but something tells me Disney isn't going to be paying him in giant turkey legs.

Other “Make a Porno” Pairs
Wednesday, September 24 by

I'm excited about Zack and Miri Make A Porno. So exited that I made a series of posters that ask the question: what it other movie pairs (and Gandhi) got into the smut game? If I left any off, feel free to email me at feedback@screenjunkies.com.

Other “Make a Porno” Pairs
Wednesday, September 24 by

I'm excited about Zack and Miri Make A Porno. So exited that I made a series of posters that ask the question: what it other movie pairs (and Gandhi) got into the smut game? If I left any off, feel free to email me at feedback@screenjunkies.com.

Sex Drive Clip: Are You Queer
Wednesday, September 24 by

The best part is when he calls him a "Cockspert." That's my new favorite word.

Notorious Trailer
Wednesday, September 24 by

There are a lot of rumors surrounding the death of Biggie Smalls. And while I’m sure that this movie will do nothing in the way of clearing any of them up, it will have ample quantities of hot women and good music.

American Psycho the Musical?
Wednesday, September 24 by

I pride myself in the fact that I have lived in New York for a long time and have never gone to see a musical of any kind. But, that might have to change when the musical adaptation of the Bret Easton Ellis book hits the stage.

This Week’s DVDs That Don’t Suck: The Godfather Gets Even Better
Tuesday, September 23 by

The Godfather: The Coppola Restorations

Ballast Trailer
Tuesday, September 23 by

And now to get a little serious. This is a pretty dope trailer. Studios take a big risk on putting out movies that can be put in the Art House category. They take even bigger risks by trying to promote them with trailers that don’t have any words or music. This one works, and raises enough suspicion to get me interested in seeing the film.

Hollywood to Sex-Up Moby Dick
Tuesday, September 23 by

I read Herman Melville's classic story of aquatic revenge back when I was in high school. And by "read" I mean I had a comic book version like the one from Major League that I used to get the basic idea and then just faked my way through class.

Battle In Seattle
Monday, September 22 by

Town puts down grunge and lattes only to get tear gassed by cops.

Review: Battle in Seattle
Monday, September 22 by

Sitting in front of the TV, watching the riots unfold in Seattle during the WTO from the 4th floor lounge of my college dorm was really when I first got the sense that there might be something amiss in the world of global capitalism.  Starbucks being looted, storefronts being smashed—it turned out that there were some people that were kind of angry about the status quo.

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