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I was able to see this movie tonight at a preview screening at Disney
Studios and I was pleasantly surprised. The actors all did a great job
in their respective parts, I think Colin Farrell was a perfect choice
to play the bad guy, and he is bad, He hardly even tries to hide it in
the movie. I really enjoyed Imogen Poots, in the first movie I've
noticed her, she played a wonderful range of emotions and gave our hero
something worthwhile to fight for. However, for my money, David Tennant
stole the show in a role that I wish was larger, but didn't need to be
to serve the purpose of the film. He did a wonderful job not playing
The Doctor so many of us have come to know and love him for, and yet he
was just as enjoyable as a magician with a drinking problem. I would
say the only weak spot in the cast was Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and
it's not eve his fault. He just did such a unique job playing
"Mclovin'" that even when his head is half off and he's trying to bite
his friend, all I see is Mclovin'. I don't see this as an issue that
Christopher can solve, but I am glad studios are giving him a chance to
They use of 3-D was also well done. This film has nothing on Transformers 3 in that area, but it still managed to use it, without over-using it.
The script at times could have used as little toning, or maybe just some improv on the set to make it more realistic.
All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and would recommend it to anyone that enjoyed Hot Fuzz, Shaun of The Dead, or Zombieland...Excellent balance of humor and horror which added up to a great popcorn film.
This is the episode of Jimmy Kimmel live which contained Jimmy's
comeback to his girlfriends Sarah Silverman's song I'm F***ing Matt
Damon. Not only does he comeback, but he completely goes above and
beyond. His song I'm F***ing Ben Affleck was absolutely hilarious and
can be found on youtube. I give props to Sarah for coming up to the
original idea, but Jimmy took it to a whole other level. Rarely have I
laughed as hard as I did when I saw this video. So many celebrities, so
perfectly done, a wonderful TV moment.
This episode is totally hilarious, from Homer's paranoia about the T.V. to Spring Break in Florida to Getting in trouble with the local authorities. Even Kid Rocks guest appearance was funny and Homer's response to him is priceless "Mouua" Homer's little pennant that says Mental, great T.V. and the hat that bounces back up on his head, absolutely hysterical this episode is packed with great sight gags, one liners and all around great Simpson's comedy! There is something for everyone in this episode, with political humor, satire, a play on spring break rowdiness, jokes about handcuff's for Maggie, and even one thrown in about Bart and Lisa getting married. You'll have to watch and found out what. 10/10 Highly Recommended