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DVD Review: Mardi Gras

13 May 2012 7:06 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Mardi Gras

Stars: Nicholas D’Agosto, Arielle Kebbel, Regina Hall, Bret Harrison, Josh Gad, Danneel Harris, Carmen Electra | Written by Josh Heald | Directed by Phil Dornfeld

Three college pals, depressed with their current social situation, decide to venture to New Orleans in pursuit of the happiness that has thus far eluded them – boobs, beads and brews. What could go possibly go wrong?

Mardi Gras, also know as Mardi Gras: Spring Break in the Us, has quietly snuck out onto DVD here in the UK with no fanfare whatsoever (I couldn’t even find the UK DVD box art for this review!) whilst American Reunion has has a huge marketing push and a theatrical release. The difference between the two? The budget. In other words, Mardi Gras is just as good as it’s gross-out comedy big-screen counterpart and features a cast that it just as likeable – in fact I’d »

- Phil

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Milo Ventimiglia joins Frank Darabont’s ‘L.A. Noir’

22 February 2012 12:28 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Deadline are reporting that Milo Ventimiglia, best known for his role as Peter Petrelli on Heroes (but who I like to think of as the guy that does the Dirty Deeds), has officially signed on the dotted line and will star in Frank Darabont’s upcoming period crime drama L.A. Noir, the “true story of a decades-long conflict between the Los Angeles Police Department, under the determined leadership of Police Chief William Parker, and ruthless criminal elements led by Mickey Cohen, a one-time boxer who rose to the top of L.A.’s criminal world. The series is a fast-paced crime drama set in Los Angeles during the 1940s and ’50s. It’s a world of glamorous movie stars, powerful studio heads, returning war heroes, a powerful and corrupt police force and an even more dangerous criminal network determined to make L.A. its West Coast base”.

Whilst Ventimiglia is the first official cast member, »

- Phil

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