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  Year One full trailer
Posted by: Mike on Mar 20th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

Jack Black, Michael Sera, Paul Rudd, Olivia Wilde, David Cross, Vinnie Jones, and Hank Azaria.  Talk about an all star cast.

The trailer looks pretty funny, though despite the scenery, and clothes, I don’t get the feel that it’s prehistoric based on the language. But that’s fine.  It still looks funny.

Check it out on Yahoo movies: link to trailer!




  Michael Cera will Develop
Posted by: Mike on Feb 25th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

Arrested Development

Arrested Development

For those of you who loved “Arrested Development”, and were pissed it was canceled, you were probably psyched when you heard they were making a movie.

You were probably then re-pissed when you heard Michael Cera was the hold out from the main cast, who hadn’t signed on.

Well, you can be re-psyched again, because as of yesterday, he’s signed his contract, and will be a part of the movie.




  Movie Tunes: Juno
Posted by: Christine on Feb 6th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

Not only has the movie Juno been gaining praise from critics and moviegoers alike, but the Juno Soundtrack has hit the number one spot on the Billboard charts ahead of stars like Alicia Keys and Radiohead. It’s a very folky-sounding soundtrack – not exactly my speed since I’m more of a death metal kinda girl (Ok, not really, but I much prefer Tool over Buddy Holly). It makes pretty decent background music though, since it’s mostly melodic guitars and soft vocals. It’s easy to listen to and remember the scenes from the movie, since the music plays so prominently in the movie.

The Kimya Dawson song lyrics sound like something Phoebe Buffay would have played at Central Perk, although they definitely do sound like something Juno MacGuff would listen to. I’m really annoyed by the out-of-synch chorus singing – it honestly hurts my brain. They were cute in small doses during the movie, but I definitely don’t need to listen to this stream of consciousness kind of lyric-writing for an entire CD worth of tunes. The Belle & Sebastian songs don’t annoy me, but I can honestly say I’ll probably never listen to this CD again – it’s not that it’s bad music, it’s just not my kinda thing.

Sonic Youth’s cover of The Carpenters’ “Superstar” is just creepy and dark enough for me to like it, even though I’ve never heard a Sonic Youth song before.

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