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Saturday, 04 October 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Can't Hardly Wait (10 Year Reunion Edition) Mix a less raunchy version of "American Pie" with "Secret Admirer" and you get a charming teen comedy, "Can't Hardly Wait."  The movie is not particularly original.  In fact it is down right cliché-ish.  Still, it is witty and engaging.  The plot is full of fairly intricate details that tie every one of the characters together. Even after she became a teen scream queen sensation in "I Know What You Did Last Summer," Jennifer Love Hewitt is able to retain that wholesome, innocent girl look and attitude.  Despite the teen comedy genre, Hewitt's character is pleasing, even though it is not well developed. Preston Meyers (Ethan Embry) is a hopeless romantic high-school student.  For four years he has been obsessing and crushing on the most popular in school, who turns out not to be the stereotypical airhead.  The object of his obsession ...
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Friday, 03 October 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
40-Year-Old Virgin, The (Unrated) Anyone who saw Will Ferrell’s comedy “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” surely remembers the scene-stealing comedy antics of the weatherman Brick Tamland, played by Steve Carell.  It’s this deadpan yet goofball style that helped Carell garner attention from audiences and casting directors around the world. Before we knew it, Carell was cast not only in the American version of “The Office,” a show about working in a corporate environment, based on the British series of the same name, but also as the lead in the surprise smash hit “The 40 Year Old Virgin.” This film was one of the most critically revered movies of the year and ended up grossing a very solid total at the box office, making it one of the most anticipated comedy Blu-ray releases. The premise of this movie, co-written by Carell and director Judd Apatow, ...
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Wednesday, 17 September 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Love Guru, The In the words of another reviewer, this film can be summed up in one word…Turd. "The Love Guru" leaves you bored out of your mind, and wondering how on earth a film like this gets made.  The answer to that question is easy - Mike Myers has a lot of pull.  The comedic genius of Mike Myers is undeniable.  He has brought numerous great skits to SNL, and "Wayne's World" and "Austin Powers" are cornerstones in today's film world. But every great comedian's winning streak must come to an end.  "The Love Guru" lacks in everything imaginable, from comedy to plots.  This film might possibly reach the stoned community, but otherwise, the comedy is so far fetched that it just hits the ground with a huge thud.  Simply put…Turd. Mike Myers plays a Guru that is hired by the Toronto Maple Leafs professional ...
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Friday, 05 September 2008 |  Written by Bill Warren  | 
Harold & Kumar: Escape From Guantanamo Bay In 2004, “Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle” didn’t exactly burn up the boxoffice, but then it didn’t cost a whole heck of a lot in the first place.  And it did very well on home video, probably because friends got together, smoked dope like the guys on screen, and laughed their asses off.  In any event, here’s the sequel, starting about ten minutes after the end of the action in the first film. Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) were born in New Jersey, but Harold’s of Korean descent and Kumar of Indian (from India) descent.  Other than that, they’re basically college roommates who smoke a hell of a lot of dope.  In the first film, this gives them the blind munchies, and they conclude only White Castle burgers will quench their desire for food food food.  They ...
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Friday, 29 August 2008 |  Written by Darren Gross  | 
Anger Management Dave Buznik (Adam Sandler) is a much put-upon executive assistant to belittling catalog publisher, Frank Head (Kurt Fuller).  Dave has an attractive girlfriend, Linda (Marisa Tomei) he’s been in a relationship with for years, but has issues showing affection to her in public.  On a business trip, an unresponsive flight attendant and air marshal overreact to Dave’s request for headphones, accuse him of acting violently, so they taser him.  A judge (Lynne Thigpen), believing the claims that he violently provoked the incident, sentences Dave to sessions of anger management counseling with Dr. Buddy Rydell (Jack Nicholson).   Buddy is a bit of a wild, unorthodox character, and he pairs Dave with the aggressive, violent Chuck (John Turturro) as his “anger buddy.”  When Chuck provokes a fight in a neighborhood bar, Dave tries to act as peacemaker but ends up accidentally hitting ...
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