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Showing posts from November 25, 2012

Movie Review: "The Final Destination"

So Final Destination 4 was billed as The Final Destination.

Was it?

No, they made a fifth film of course.

Was it entertaining?

Yes, somehow watching teens die horrifically is quite comical on screen, and accounts for the horror movie industry I imagine.

Freaky Friday

I'm proud to say I've never read or watched any Twilight material.

My sincere condolences to those who have been forced to by their significant other (I hope the sex was worth it). - QBF

Movie Review: "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas"

So Harold and Kumar did a Christmas movie...

This must be the end of the run then...

No more epic trips to White Castle...

No awesome escapes from Guantanomo Bay...

Nope, in A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas the search is on for the perfect:



The answer is Christmas-freaking tree.

Movie Review: "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted"

Somehow, I prefer each Madagascar sequel over the previous, and Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted did not  disappoint.

It stars the usual suspects: Ben Stiller, Cedric the Entertainer, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer, Jada Pinkett-Smith, and Sacha Baron Cohen. The most notable addition is the talented Frances McDormand.

As you may have guessed, the crew's antics have now moved to Europe (leaving only South America, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica for them to visit in #4).

Movie Review: "Brave"

I never thought I'd enjoy a movie about a young woman coming of age...

Much less an animated version of it.

But then, Brave isn't at all what I expected it to be, and Princess Merida is certainly not the typical Disney princess.

Movie Review: "How to Train Your Dragon"

After finally watching How to Train Your Dragon, I really wish I hadn't wasted so much time before doing so!

It stars Jay Baruchel and Gerard Butler -- who do an excellent job -- and their voices really fit their characters to a tee.

Somehow the ads I'd seen really made it seem like a kiddy cartoon...

And while this movie is safe for the entire family, this is an animated film.

Movie Review: "Gambit"

When I learned that a movie I was interested in seeing (Gambit) was actually a remake of a Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine film, I decided to give the original 1966 Gambit a viewing.

I must say that it was weird at first seeing a young Michael Caine on screen...

I suppose subconsciously I expected he was born old as that's how I was first introduced to him, but here he is handsome and vibrant!

NSFW Monday

So for the last Monday in November I bring you the original big forehead sensation from Barbados... Robyn Fenty!

AKA: Chris Brown's punching bag...

AKA: RiRi...

AKA: Rihanna! - QBF

Sunday Strips

A bird with one wing can't fly either... - QBF