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During the airport check-in scene a bowl of M&Ms is clearly visible on the desk. This is a reference to Van Halen. For their 1982 world tour, the last line of band's performance rider specified a bowl of M&Ms, with all of the brown ones removed, in the dressing room. It was a way to make sure that the rider had been followed. If brown M&Ms were present, the band could call off the gig. According to Snopes.com, the band saw brown M&Ms in the dressing room at one Colorado arena. David Lee Roth admitted trashing the dressing room, causing $12,000 worth of damage. Because the rider wasn't followed completely, the stage set sank through the arena floor, causing $80,000 worth of damage. See more »
In both the Today Show segment and the concert at the Greek, the film crew's Steadicam (veteran operator Chris Haarhoff) with Panaflex on board can be clearly seen shooting from the crowd. See more »
Where are you? Why haven't you called? I'm calling you right now and I just got hit by a motherfucking car.
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After the end credits role, Aaron Green's hallucination of Sergio's head appears saying, "Go home. Get the fuck out of the theater. The movie's over." See more »
I chose this flick because I want to get in a few laughs and I missed the show time for Toy Story 3. From the start of the movie, I was already alarmed that I had chosen the wrong movie what with the music video and the switching between the various newscast of Aldos Snow. I thought it would get better once we get into the meat of the story. I thought Jonah Hill will bust out a few good jokes, but most of the jokes just make me cringe instead of laugh. By the one hour mark, I wanted to leave, but stayed which is a mistake. In the end when he finally got to the concert, I thought it would be over, but no, they had to prolong it another little bit to extend the bore. I went in expecting something close to The Hangover and instead got 90 minutes of swearing and a few flashes of nudity. I don't know how anyone can rate this a 7 out of 10 or more.
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