'The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty' Features Ben Stiller In Way Over His Head

How does this not star Jim Carrey? We all know there are two Ben Stiller characters out there. There's over the top evil guy, like we see in Dodgeball, and then there's the befuddled everyman, which we see in almost everything else. Now, we get to see an EXTREMELY befuddled Ben Stiller in way over his head, imagining he's about a million different badass characters, but still being Ben Stiller-ish at the same time. The man really can act, can't he?

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From now on, only libraries or less for this guy. Ben Stiller's character has had some crazy nights in museums over the past decade, but that doesn't mean he's learned his lesson. At least in A Night at the Museum 3, it seems that being trapped in museums is at least now a conscientious decision, and not just some zany set of circumstances. That's the good news. The bad news is that doesn't deter Robin Williams from appearing in this film. Depending on how you view these things, his presence might be cancelled out by Ben Kingsley's. If you hate Robin Williams AND Ben Kingsley, then I'm sorry to say that this might not be the film for you.


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When a Beastie Boy insults your ironic accessorizing, you've gone too far. In Noah Baumbach's While We're Young, Ben Stiller takes a break from being chased around by dinosaur bones to chase around hipsters. The story focuses on he and his wife, Naomi Watts, befriending a younger couple played by Brooklyn posterboy Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried. Watch and laugh as the total oldsters try to dance to hip-hop and look silly wearing hats. For the record, Ben Stiller, when Ad-Roc tells you that you your attempt to look ironic in a silly hat is stupid, he's speaking from an informed place.


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Meet the chemistry advisor who keeps 'Breaking Bad' scientifically accurate. One of my favorite aspects to Breaking Bad is the fact that Walt and Jesse often use science to get our of scrapes. Got a dead body? Melt it with acid. Some guy being a jerk? Blow up half his body with a bomb hooked up to a bell. Gotta break into a vault? Magnets, bitch. But how scientifically-accurate is the show? Turns out very. Or just enough without teaching viewers how to actually cook meth. That's all thanks to the production's decision to hire University of Oklahoma chemistry profe3ssor Donna Nelson as the show's chemistry advisor. Check out the above video to see how much this incredible show just nails it.


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We swear this is real. Did you enjoy Breaking Bad but found that it was a little too well-produced and not Spanish? Well then, hombre, you just scored. Metastasis stars Walter Blanco, a high school chemistry teacher driven to crime after he's diagnosed with Spanish cancer. It's everything you loved about Breaking Bad if it were filmed for a dollar. I can't wait to see how they handle the mid-air collision. It stands to reason that their version of Episode 310 "The Fly" will be called "The Spanish Fly."


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THIS, I would watch. It's been over a year, but I don't think anyone's ready to say goodbye to Breaking Bad. The show was too good, and the premise was too rich. Fortunately, the Internet gives us a lot to hang on to, this time via Funny or Die. The comedy site has decided that Dr. Quinn could have taken a turn for evil at some point, getting the locals all loaded up on milk of the poppy and running around being all Dr. Quinn-y. (Note: I am wildly unfamiliar with Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman.) So take a look and see what the more likely course of events was. (Variety)