In Rachel Bilson’s upcoming film Hearts of Palm she decided at the last minute not to do nudity, so they used a body double. It’s kind of noticeable that its not her… [Source: Funny or Die]
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Those of you who are on Twitter have heard the endless discussion, anticipation, and jokes being made about the upcoming Google Wave communication program. There may not be a better demonstration of what Google Wave will be able to offer than two videos that use movie scenes in a conversation. One of them is called […]
Remember Homestar Runner? It was that flash cartoon that was popular about 8 or 9 years ago (when I was in junior high) that would have been funny if it weren’t incessantly quoted by the annoying kids. Well, it’s still around and still funny, just less popular, which makes it better by my flawed logic. […]
I’m watching a re-run of last night’s The Daily Show, and Jon Stewart’s interview with Rachel McAdams is about one of the funniest I’ve seen. She doesn’t even try to pretend that the movie makes sense. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c
These videos really don’t even need an introduction, but be prepared to either scratch your head or laugh your ass off. Preferably a little of both: 1) The Ballad of G.I. Joe – I haven’t seen the movie yet, but I can guarantee this music video with Ben Stiller, Billy Crudup, Zach Galifianakis, Julianne Moore, […]
Last night in his ‘Movies That Are Destroying America’ segment, Stephen Colbert rips into Roland Emmerich’s 2012 and the mindless CGI that has taken over popular movies. The segment starts with a kind of funny review of G.I. Joe, then an offensively hilarious Orphan-bashing piece, then he gets to his tongue-in-cheek praise of 2012. Best […]
This is hilarious. There is a sight called Screen It! that reviews movies based on how appropriate they are for the family. They rate films based on several categories incluing alcohol/drug use, disrespectful/bad attitude, guns/weapons, imitative behavior, music (scary/tense), music (inappropriate), sex/nudity, smoking, tense family scenes and several others. Well, apparently the folks over at […]
There has been lots of moaning and groaning around the blog-o-sphere recently over the fact that Paramount is hosting advanced screenings of G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra, but NOT inviting any critics or members of the press. Apparently everybody wants to be the first to tear this film a new one. It’s no secret […]
This is simply brilliant. Rorschach meets his maker. Be sure to watch it all the way to the end.
Tom: “…I hardly think that I’m Sid Vicious.” Summer: “No, I’m Sid.” Tom: “So I’m…Nancy.” There is a new thing over at MSN’s Cinemash, where well-known film duos will be spoofing themselves and classic films or celebrities at the same time. The first edition features (500) Days of Summer stars Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt […]
College Humor has put together a pretty hilarious musical called “Web Site Story.” The production values are actually pretty good. Check it out:
A new viral video was released today as part of the marketing for Judd Appatow’s Funny People. They are going all out with the marketing for this film and I’m thoroughly enjoying it. First it was a full website dedicated to the fake TV show “Yo Teach” starring Jason Schwartzman as an inspiring inner city […]
As a marketing ploy for Judd Appatow’s Funny People, NBC.com has set up a fake website for the fake sitcom “Yo Teach…!” that is featured in the movie. It features Jason Schwartzman as actor Mark Taylor Jackson who plays “Teach” in the sitcom. Sadly, this would be better than most sitcoms on television. Actually, if […]
Why didn’t somebody think of this before? We’ve all been there. You’re enjoying a film that you’re seeing for the first time, but even though you ordered the small soda, small at the movies is about 32 oz. Youre bladder is telling you it’s time to pee, but you don’t know when’s the best time […]
There have been several webisodes of Zach Galifianakis interviewing stars whilst in between two ferns, but this one might be the best. The interview is with Bradley Cooper who co-stars with Galifianakis in The Hangover. The Hangover is in theatres June 5.
This is an old video, but I heard the song on the radio and it made me want to see it again: Here’s hoping “30 Rock” stays on the air for a very long time.
Poem written by a second grader (as told by my friend who is an elementary school teacher). Roses are red, Violets are blue, No one can stop the dynamic duo of Batman and Robin. Someone give this kid a Pulitzer.
I spent most of my life as a closet nerd. Growing up in an athletic family and having a group of jock friends, I had to hide the fact that I was having geek tendencies in order to avoid ridicule. I pretended I was not going to LAN parties on weekends, I disguised my comic […]
“Yo Gabba Gabba” always intrigues me. It looks like all the producers are flyin’ high on PCP when they come up with the ideas. Anyway, Jack Black looks like he has way too much fun in a guest spot on the show. Love the undersized orange jumpsuit.