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Wednesday, 17 December 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Hot Rod "Hot Rod" is a movie that no one should try and analyze.  It is so downright dumb it is funny to the nth degree.  I thought "Super Troopers" was dumb, but this movie blows that one away.  The film pretty much bombed in the theaters.  It grossed less than $14 million and left theaters in less than 50 days. The film does have a loyal following however.  The film is directed by Akiva Schaffer and stars Andy Samberg.  These two guys, along with fellow co-star Jorma Taccone) rose to fame after their "The Lonely Island" video spread like wildfire on the Internet.  It got them jobs with the popular late night show, Saturday Night Live.  Akiva is currently a writer for the show, while Samberg is an actor on the show.  If you have seen "The Lonely Island" then you will ...
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Monday, 15 December 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Super Troopers "Super Troopers" is one of those "so dumb it's funny" movies.  I actually found myself laughing at the dumbest things.  And for that reason, I can recommend this disc for the movie itself.  To top it all off, the movie actually has a story that is interesting, albeit drawn out. In the county of Spurbury in Vermont, near the Canadian border, there is a feud between the county police department and the county's highway patrol.  With such a tiny stretch of highway to cover, in the middle of nowhere, the highway patrollers pull crazy antics each time they pull someone over.  How many times can you say "meow" to the driver?  Or, the repeater game.  They are the dumbest of antics, but for some reason or another you will laugh. Unfortunately, budgets cuts lead to the possibility of the highway division being ...
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Sunday, 14 December 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Home Alone "Home Alone" gets a bad rap with critics and viewers.  It is not as bad as it seems.  The story is good and the acting is decent (for a 1990 film).  John Hughes' previous work in the 1980s yielded classics such as "Sixteen Candles" and "The Breakfast Club."  "Home Alone" really doesn't fall short to the standards of those films. Director Chris Columbus went on to have a fantastic career after this film.  He is noted for his directorial work in the first two Harry Potter films as well as the film adaptation of the Broadway musical, "Rent."  Director of Photography, Julio Macat calls this film one of his favorites in his shooting career. Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) is a 10 year-old kid who wishes, like many kids, that his family would just disappear.  Between the craziness around the house full of ...
Thursday, 11 December 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story "Dodgeball" builds upon earlier sports farce movies – namely "Bring It On."  However, what "Dodgeball" has that the others don't is a great cast and flowing story.  This film was a pretty big success at the box office, grossing $114 million in the United States.  Of course once word spread about the movie, home video sales rose. Vince Vaughn plays Peter La Fleur, the owner of Avergae Joe's Gym, which happens to be full of rusty equipment and in foreclosure.  Christine Taylor plays Kate, an accountant for the bank that is foreclosing on the gym.  She is hired by White Goodman (Ben Stiller) who is owner of Globo Gym and looking to purchase Average Joe's.  In order to prevent foreclosure, Peter must come up with $50,000 in 30 days.  His odd but loyal patrons all try to help him raise the ...
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Wednesday, 10 December 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Austin Powers Collection (Shagadelic Edition: Loaded With Extra Mojo) “Austin Powers” is one of those trilogies that defined a new era of filmmaking.  The genius of Mike Myers had moviegoers laughing hysterically time and time again.  So, just in time to coincide with the release of the new James Bond film, the Austin Powers trilogy, the ultimate in Bond spoof films, comes to Blu-ray. The first Austin movie, “International Man of Mystery,” arrived in theaters in 1997 and grossed a slightly profitable $67 million worldwide.  However, it was the home video sales that soared for the film.  In 1999, Mike Myers wowed audiences again with “The Spy Who Shagged Me.”  It grossed $300 million worldwide – a nice jump from the previous film’s total.  Unfortunately, the third installment, “Goldmember” took a hit and grossed $212 million. “International Man of Mystery” introduces us to Austin Danger Powers (Mike Myers), a spy for ...
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