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Every week we see countless comments that have absolutely nothing to do with anything. Our favorite irrelevant comment this week came from d.bird in response to a post about static cling.
Listen up, d.bag. I mean, d.bird. This is neither the time nor the place to out someone. And if you meant gay as in, "Playing with Barbies is gay!" then shut up. Because Ebert is awesome.
Most importantly d.bag, what's with your thought process? When I see panties on a head, I don't think about film critics. I think about weddings. (But that's just because I'm always thinking about weddings. It's a girl thing.)
Anyway, if you have any irrelevant comments please go ahead and leave them below. We bloggers truly appreciate your cooperation.
We should all start celebrating our half birthdays.
Nothing. Roger Ebert isn't saying anything about Tosh.0 because he doesn't know it exists.
But he thinks it should exist! So I suppose that is a start.
Don't worry, guys. Heather, Jason, Scott and about a dozen other people let Roger in on the secret.
I am a bit worried though about what his review would be if he ever got around to watching it.
"Shall I have feelings, or should I pretend to be cool? Will I seem hopelessly square if I find “Tosh.0” morally reprehensible and will I appear to have missed the point?"
I just inserted "Tosh.0" into a quote from his review of "Kick-Ass". But you get the idea.
So I was thinking as I was forced to watch the trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine — which opens today — for the millionth time on television, that there is no way this movie can be as bad as the title and premise implies.
You have to have a lot of balls to make a terrible movie AND give it a terrible title. For example, if the movie was as bad as it sounds, they would have called it something far more vague, like The Hot Tub.
But the makers of the movie want to pull you in by shoving the ridiculous premise right in the movie's on-the-nose title, because obviously they think they have something good on their hands.
Whether it's actually any good, I'll never know, because I doubt I'll ever get around to watching it. But according to Boing Boing, Roger Ebert thinks it's like the best movie ever or something. He wrote: "'Hot Tub Time Machine,' which wants nothing more than to be a screwball farce, succeeds beyond any expectations suggested by the title."
Shit! Maybe this was all reverse psychology! I think we've fallen for it!
What do you think? Terrible movie or title fake-out?
If you're as excited as Roger Ebert is about the release of the new Transformers movie tonight, then you'll be especially interested in this sneak peek that's been circulating on the web! Everyone likes a good tranny dancing video.