Untertainment Weakly (9-9-11)

By Jake

David Cross will have a recurring role on the upcoming season of “Modern Family.”

TNT has cancelled “HawthoRNe” due to misplaced capitalization.

Eddie Murphy is hosting the Oscars.  This I would watch...in theory.

Warner Bros. is planning on making a sequel to Beetlejuice.  I hate Warner Bros. so much and they didn’t need to give me another reason, but here they are doing it anyway.

Dear Dave Grohl and “Glee,”
You both are pretty lame.  Grohl, nobody cares that your shit band said “no” to having a song on “Glee.”  “Glee,” you have a wide range of gay and female viewers, and yes, The Foo Fighters are a gay band, but move on and get another terrible song and stay off of the entertainment pages with this bullshit.

 Movies Out Today
Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star - I hate Nick Swardson.  I do not hate him on a personal level, but I do not think he is funny at all.  If you have been unfortunate enough to see the trailer to this picture, then you know that this movie is going to be dreadful.  Adam Sandler produced this film, and it looks even worse than the Rob Schneider flicks he produced.  I hope this movie does not make any money.

Warrior - This movie is like “Rocky” except instead of boxing it’s MMA, which is like boxing with some added zing.  Eh, this movie could be okay, but it’s the very end of summer so it won’t make much money.  Maybe “The Help” will be number one again.

Contagion - I have seen the trailer of this film and it looked pretty interesting.  I will, obviously, not be seeing at the cinema, but I may watch it some day.  Out of the three movies featured in this article this week, this would be the most likely to be worth seeing.

Other Thoughts
I watched “Shaun of the Dead” this week.  That’s a really good movie.  I probably should watch some more zombie movies soon.  What are your favorite zombie movies?

1 comment:

  1. 28 Days Later is really good.

    Also, did you not see that Reese Witherspoon was hit by a car while jogging? It was on Extra.

    Watching the Bucky Larson trailer was like watching a video of my own death.


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