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Podcast EP95: American Reunion and Titanic 3D Predictions, Dumb And Dumber Is Back

Episode ninety-five. Join hosts Trevor and Jason as they discuss the past weekend at the box office of March 30-April 1, 2012. Our predictions for American Reunion and Titanic 3D opening weekends. We talk Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs, Jack and Jill sweeps the Razzies, Dumb and Dumber 2 starting production in September with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels returning, TrailerAddict trailer discussion of Total Recall and TED red band trailers, plus much more movie news and talk. Tune in now!

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No Strings Attached (2011) – Review

1 1/2 Stars

The latest from heralded veteran director Ivan Reitman is a misguided so-called romantic comedy (term used loosely here), featuring two leads will very little chemistry. Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman are Adam and Emma friends who believe they can maintain a strictly physical relationship without emotional attachments. Of course one becomes enamored with the other and wants more while the partner pulls away only to come to their senses in a soppy final scene. The only novel twist in the entire script is that Emma is the one who is constantly talking Adam out of a relationship. Usually in stereotypical Hollywood writing it’s the female that longs for the security of partnership so credit must be given for at least mixing things up. Unfortunately every other aspect of the story is trite. Most developments are so telegraphed that set-ups established early on have no real payoff on an emotional or comedic level.
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MM PODCAST EP3: Weekend of Horrors

Our third podcast! We’ve been doing the Animated Critics for awhile and have decided to try something a little different. Doing a live podcast should reach a wider audience and allow for better interaction with our listeners. Don’t be afraid to join in on the conversation. Feel free to comment on the show here if you missed the live recording, we’ll reply to your questions and comments directly here, or on next week’s episode.

Episode three. Box office of May 13-15, 2011 (Thor, Fast 5, Bridesmaids, Priest) – Weekend of Horrors convention, Creature starring Daniel Bernhardt, MTV’s new zombie show Death Valley, John Carpenter’s appearance. Expectations for next weekend’s box office. New Expendables 2 poster, Terminator news.

Interview: Dolph Lundgren
Interview: Daniel Bernhardt
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What Happens in Vegas (2008) – Review

2 1/2 Stars

Recently fired slacker (Kutcher) and high maintenance dumpee (Diaz) have a wild fling in Vegas leading to a midnight wedding. Once sober; both parties agree to call the whole thing off, until Kutcher hits a 3million jackpot using a quarter Diaz gave him. Under court order these two unhappy newlyweds must co-habitat for six months in order to divorce and split the winnings. In the process realizing that they really are perfect for each other. A rather bland romantic comedy, →']);" class="more-link">Continue reading

Killers (2010) – Review

1 1/2 Stars

In an attempt at recapturing the fun in 2005’s Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Killers fails on every level. At first it is a simple romantic comedy, without the romance and severely lacking in laughs. Then at around the hour-in point, there’s some action. Not good action, but long action sequences that compliment the boring beginning of the film. The couple are attacked, bullets fly and the attacker is killed. Nothing more nothing less. →']);" class="more-link">Continue reading

Killers – Trailer

In what appears to be a minor-league version of ‘Knight & Day’. Former T.V. stars Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl team up in this romantic-action comedy form Director Robert Luketic. Unfortunately the comedy is lacking, the action looks cheap, and I couldn’t see any chemistry between the two leads. Looks like something that should have gone straight to DVD. Maybe the film will prove me wrong, but this has ‘bomb’ of the year written all over it.