I saw this movie online a week or so ago but as soon as I saw the 12 minute length I threw it on the back burner. Yes that is how short my attention span is, a 12 minute “short film” is too long for me to sit through and watch. How fucking long should a short film be then 45 seconds? Well I finally got the strength and will power to give the movie a shot and boy was I surprised. Created by Michael Ashton with just $300. Lazy Teenage Superheroes is the opposite of Kick Ass – jerks who have super powers but only use them to help themselves and it is hilarious. Check it out if you got 12 minutes to spare you won’t be disappointed.
By now I think you can come to the conclusion that Bill Murray kicks ass, and his movies are awesome as well. This weekend it has come to my attention that Jason Stratham is coming out with a new movie called, “The Mechanic” where he plays the same role he has played in the last 65 movies he’s been in. Murray on the other hand has had a wide variety of professions in his movie roles, as seen above.
1. If being chased through town, you can usually take cover in a passing St Patrick’s Day parade – at any time of the year.
2. All beds have special L-shaped top sheets that reach up to armpit level on a woman but only waist level on the man lying beside her.
3. All grocery shopping bags contain at least one stick of French bread.
4. Once applied, lipstick will never rub off – even while scuba diving.
5. The ventilation system of any building is a perfect hiding place. No one will ever think of looking for you in there and you can travel to any other part of the building without difficulty.
6. Should you wish to pass yourself off as a German officer, it will not be necessary to speak the language. A German accent will do.
7. The Eiffel Tower can be seen from any window of any building in Paris.
8. A man will show no pain while taking the most ferocious beating but will wince when a woman tries to clean his wounds.
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Christian Bale’s latest performance in “The Fighter” is nothing short of amazing. I seriously recommend seeing the movie, the acting is really remarkable as Bale plays a meth addict who is Walberg’s character’s brother and trainer. But this isn’t Bale’s first time of dropping weight and totally transforming his image. Film reader Matt Ellerbrock has created an info-graphic showing how Bale has transformed himself for different roles over the years.
“With the recent release of David O. Russell’s “The Fighter,” starring Mark Walberg and Christian Bale, I’ve often found myself explaining to friends and family the incredible body transformations Christian Bale has gone through since filming “The Machinist” (2004). I typically resort to googling images of the actor to compare, and have done this enough to discover that there are some composite images from a few of Bale’s roles, but nothing comes close to showing us a more complete picture of just what he’s gone through over the last 8 years of his career. This image is my attempt to remedy that.”
A moment from every 2010 movie trailer, all inside 4 minutes. [note: Plus, an awesome Metric song, so have a listen even if you hate every movie from this year.] Also below the movie you can see every single movie shown in the order it appears in the trailer.
List of movies below.
For anyone that thought the original trailer needed less CGI and more bear attacks. On one hand, the movie’s portrayal of bears as picnic basket-loving, vehicle-operating, talking teddy bears that crave human friendship is not only incorrect, but dangerous. On the other hand, it could lead to more bear attacks on film for our amusement. Catch 22, I guess.
This summer I got a chance to participate in an upcoming film and even though it was brief, uncredited, and I didnt have any lines, it was still something I bragged about for the better part of 6 months.
“Love Lies and Seeta” is a Independent cross-over movie project that was started early this year. It is an Indian American Independent film shot in Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey with an ensemble of
American and Indian Actors. It is an urban romantic comedy about a love triangle set in NYC. This is my kind of story, so naturally I was excited to be a part of it any way that I could.
click below to read on and for the trailer
We did a nice artistic portrait set of Bill Murray as ever character in Wes Anderson films a while back, found here, but it is a little more convenient when a gif image is created with automatic scrolling images, I like this, I like it a lot.
Time Warner announced on Friday it’s going to offer in theater movies on demand to your living for $50 a pop by mid 2011. Of course only Time Warner movies will be available. The move makes sense because movie goer numbers have declined with so many in home options. But if you want to see a movie that badly $50 seems way to high. Personally, I think that going to the movies is only worth it for seeing visually stunning movies on a big screen. With the amount of options we have at home, there is never a shortage of something good to watch. Only true movie junkies and the people who have serious dough like in the pic above will see this as worth it. The bootleg market must be loving it though, no more worrying about getting caught with a camcorder slouched in your seat. Movie theaters are obviously pissed, but they need to wake up, start serving booze and realize their future lies in live HD sports on those huge screens. Some do it now with no booze, but not nearly enough.
If you want to see a balls to the wall, drug fueled, sex driven, rock and roll partying documentary, then look no further than Cocksucker Blues, quoted by many as being the greatest rock and roll movie ever made. Cocksucker Blues is an unreleased documentary, directed by Robert Frank, which followed the Rolling Stones on their 1972 North American tour. The film was not only unreleased, it is actually under court order, which forbids the film to ever be shown in public. The only exception is that the director, Robert Frank, is allowed to show the film once a year, and needs to be physically present at the screening. The film is a parade of grainy images fueled by wild roadies, back stage partying, naked groupies, over the top drug consumption, and o yea, some concert footage. To put it into perspective, guitarist Keith Richards was quoted as saying, “If anyone in America saw it, we’d never be let in the country again.” If you can manage to get your hands on a copy you won’t be disappointed, we sure weren’t.
Shout out to my boy Cory for tipping us on this.