I had a free ticket at Hollywood Blvd to see a non-new release film on a weekday. There’s my motivation to see Arthur!
Sucker Punch recently proved that casting an army of hot chicks can’t save a terrible movie. Did Scream 4′s sultry casting call fare any better?
I’m pretty tired tonight, so I’ll make this quick.
The best coming-of-age government espionage chase film of the year!
This might be very obvious, but pretty much this entire movie banks on whether or not you find Danny McBride funny. Because there’s not that much else to offer.
I was in a bar getting hammered the other night, it wasn’t a nice bar by any stretch of the imagination. And just like all of us, as you drink you gotta pee, so I made my way to the bathroom and was met with something very similar to that picture up there.
I took care of my business and went to go wash my hands, he gave me a towel and soap to use. So now I’m supposed to give you a dollar? Screw you! All you did was give me a towel and soap, two things I have done thousands of times myself that doesn’t deserve anything but a “thank you.”
Ah, finally someone has made a heartfelt, poignant movie that addresses America’s growing concern with homelessness, while at the same time tackling the controversial issue of the 2nd Amendment.
For the past month or so, we have gotten the opportunity to see a person basically destroy himself on national television. Of course I am referring to Charlie Sheen, the most famous burnout in America. Charlie Sheen is an entertainer, or at least he was. He was considered a half way decent actor and he’s been in some pretty decent films. However now, thanks to drugs and insanity he has become a living joke. I love living jokes as much as the next guy but I am in no way going to glorify them or, even worse, give them my money.
Once again I would like to give a good rant about my ever elongating stint as a professional job searcher. This time my target is master’s degrees. There have been multiple jobs that I have not met the qualifications for just because I didn’t have a master’s degree in what sounded like a made up field. I wouldn’t have applied to the jobs if I didn’t think I was at least kind of qualified. Apparently though, you need to spend thousands more dollars on education to be qualified for most jobs now a days. Now, I do not think all master’s degrees are bullshit. Just most of them. For instance, a master’s in education I could see as being beneficial, but did you know there was such a degree as a master’s in student development? Basically, a master’s degree in student development is a nice way of saying “a professional RA”. Anyone who’s had to deal with an RA knows that it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to do that job.
It’s like if Quantum Leap and Groundhog’s Day were doing lines of coke off a Twelve Monkeys DVD.