Archive for March, 2008

One more review: Superhero Movie

Posted in Movies with tags , , , on March 29, 2008 by funofmovie

Superhero MovieIt ain’t high art and it sure isn’t “brilliant filmmaking,” but the arrival of Craig Mazin’s Superhero Movie is actually a (small) cause for (minimal) celebration. And here’s why: Over the last few years, the word “spoof” has become synonymous with the phrase “wretched non-movie.” One need only pick through titles like Date Movie, Epic Movie, The Comebacks and Meet the Spartans to see that the spoof movie is one good place to hide if you’re very lazy. Just about every movie freak I know was skeptical of Superhero Movie because they’ve been burned too often by this sort of schtick — but I’m pleased to note that Superhero Movie actually represents a (slight) upswing for the oft-maligned sub-genre. It’s sure as hell no Airplane! — but it sure as hell isn’t Date Movie, either. Continue reading

Run, Fat Boy, Run

Posted in Movies with tags on March 26, 2008 by funofmovie

Run, Fat Boy, RunIn David Schwimmer’s directorial debut, Dennis (Simon Pegg) leaves his pregnant fiancee Libby (Thandie Newton) at the altar because of cold feet. Five years later, Dennis discovers that Libby has moved on with a successful American (Hank Azaria). The news makes Dennis realize Libby really is his one true love. To show he has changed and can complete things, he commits to finishing the Nike-River Run in London, a 26-mile marathon. Overweight and with little hope, Simon sets out to prove he is more than a living punch line.

MPAA Rated PG-13 for some rude and sexual humor, nudity, language and smoking.

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Top 10 Giant Movie Monsters

Posted in Movies with tags , , , , on March 26, 2008 by funofmovie

 Top 10 Giant Movie Monsters.

Are you affraid? 🙂

The Matrix Movie Mistakes

Posted in Movies with tags , , , on March 26, 2008 by funofmovie

Enjoy video! I like it!

Superhero Movie

Posted in Movies with tags , , on March 26, 2008 by funofmovie

Superhero Movie!starring: Drake Bell, Sara Paxton, Christopher McDonald, Pamela Anderson, Tracy Morgan, Regina Hall, Craig Bierko, Leslie Nielsen, Simon Rex, Marion Ross
director: Craig Mazin

After being bitten by a genetically altered dragonfly, high school loser Rick Riker develops superhuman abilities like incredible strength and armored skin. Rick decides to use his new powers for good and becomes a costumed crime fighter known as “The Dragonfly.” However, standing in the way of his destiny is the villainous Lou Landers.
After an experiment gone wrong, Lou develops the power to steal a person’s life force and in a dastardly quest for immortality becomes the supervillain, “The Hourglass.” With unimaginable strength, unbelievable speed and deeply uncomfortable tights, will the Dragonfly be able to stop the sands of The Hourglass and save the world?

Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who

Posted in Cartoon news with tags , on March 24, 2008 by funofmovie

Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a WhoAn imaginative elephant named Horton hears a faint cry for help coming from a tiny speck of dust floating through the air. Although Horton doesn’t know it yet, that speck houses an entire city named Who-ville, inhabited by the microscopic Whos, led by the Mayor. Despite being ridiculed and threatened by his neighbors, who think he has lost his mind, Horton is determined to save the particle… because “a person’s a person, no matter how small.”

Genres: Action/Adventure, Animation, Family
Running Time: 88
MPAA Rating: G
Distributor: 20th Century Fox

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Meet the Browns

Posted in Movies with tags , , on March 21, 2008 by funofmovie

Like previous Tyler Perry movies, Meet the Browns was not screened for critics — at least not in the U.S. Philip Marchand of the Toronto Star either attended a press screening or a preview not intended for the likes of himself. “Viewers at the screening I attended laughed uproariously” at one of the character’s malapropisms, he writes. “To this hilarity I remained indifferent,” he added, “and [also] to Perry’s manipulation of plot for maximum emotional effect.” Nevertheless, he concludes, “It would take a stony critic, however, to dismiss entirely the movie’s tribute to the virtues of perseverance and generosity.”