Friday or Saturday would be cool. I'll message Dubya about where and when we'll see the movie.
First off, while nothing's official yet, it's basically been confirmed that Steve Carell, David Koechner, and Paul Rudd will all be back! As for Ferrel, I tend to like him. Yes, he sometimes relies too heavily on his man-child schtick, but it works for him, at least for the most part. And in "Stranger than Fiction" he gives a fantastic, mostly dramatic performance. I like him and "Anchorman" is probably still my favorite of his comedies. Also, I saw "Casa de mi Padre" in theatres and I really liked it.
In my opinion, as great as the other guys were, Steve Carell totally stole Anchorman. "I love lamp."
Any day works for me. It's totally you and The Dubya's call. And the 3D trailer actually looked pretty cool when I saw it in front of Wrath of the Titans, so I'm with you there.
I love Anchorman. I loved it when I first saw it in theatres multiple times when I was a kid, and I still love it. I know there are a lot of people who hate it, but I just find it funny. Even thinking about the line where Ron Burgundy says he believes diversity is "An old, old wooden ship that was used during the Civil War era" makes me laugh. I don't know, comedy's subjective, right? Anyway, I'm up for Anchorman 2. What about you?
I love Kristen Wiig. And I loved Bridesmaids, I'm just saying 21 Jump Street dragged a little less. I'm very happy that film did well and that Kristen Wiig's career is really taking off now.
I haven't read The Hunger Games series, but I've been meaning to get around to it. I'm just pretty busy these days with other stuff. Maybe during the summer I can get some reading done. The movie was alright. Heavily flawed, but well-worth checking out.
Yeah, it sucks we don't have an Alamo Drafthouse or anything like the Violet Crown here. Maybe one day...(Crosses Fingers) I've been to the Movie Tavern once, I saw 50/50 there last September, and I remember it being nice. Have you been to the AMC Fork & Screen in Buckhead? It's pretty nice and they have good food. The only caveat is that it's a relatively small theatre, but it's still lovely. Also, 3D or 2D?
I thought 21 Jump Street was great! In fact, I actually saw it twice in theatres. I think it's unquestionably one of the best comedies I've seen in the last year (up there with Bridesmaids, in fact, I'd say it's more consistently funny than Bridesmaids, even though I appreciate that film more for what it was trying to do with the characters). It really surprised me, too. However, like Leon, I actually thought the trailer was kind of funny.
I love Daniel Craig as Bond and I really liked the first two Bond films, but wasn't totally in love with them. Skyfall sounds cool and Sam Mendes is a unique choice for the Bond series. I actually like that it's an entirely new story instead of a continuation of the story from the last two. It would be cool for them to revisit the story elements in Quantum and Royale eventually, but for now, I like that we're getting something different.
And yes, Prometheus has the "best motherfu*king cast ever"!
Thats the movie im looking forward to the most this summer, I like the actors that are in it and I like that it take place on the Alien's Universe. Any summer you are looking forward too that is getting a lot of buzz, like Dark Knight Rises or Avengers ? Im looking forward to Moonrise Kingdom and The Bourne Legacy.
Yeah, I've heard of the feud. I hope most of it was blown out of proportion, but tensions seem to be fairly high. Hopefully they can get over themselves and work together for at least one more season. Regardless, at least this season is still turning out to be kick ass. I'm especially looking forward to the episode that takes place in the Dreamatorium, "Virtual Systems Analysis" (which I believe will feature a lot of Evil Abed).
I really liked The Grey and Haywire, The Grey especially. I'm looking forward to The Cabin in the Woods and, because I love Aardman, The Pirates! Band of Misfits. And The Avengers and Prometheus, of course. Anything you're looking forward to?
Chronicle was amazing. I was actually pretty blown away by it. Another film I loved, and I know some people hated it, but it really struck a chord with me, was Jeff, Who Lives at Home. What about you?
Also, I think this season's arc on Community is pretty interesting. Before this season started, Dan Harmon said something about how this season is about "the price you pay when you decide you love a group of people". At the start of the season I wan't really picking up on this, but I'm starting to see this theme more as the season progresses. Now, when I go back to the earlier episodes, I can see how they have been building up this arc.
As for Boardwalk, I only have one episode left of Season One. Unfortunately, I already know that a certain main character dies at the end of Season Two. It is hard to avoid spoilers. I'm surprised I still don't know what happens at the end of Breaking Bad's most recent season.
Totally, last week's Community was one their best this season, up there with Remedial Chaos Theory (The Multiple Timelines Episode) and Regional Holiday Music (The Glee Parody). I've watched almost all of Boardwalk Empire Season One on Blu-Ray (My family doesn't have HBO) and it's great. I really want to watch Game of Thrones and Homeland! I hear they're both amazing.
Yeah, I love Community and Parks and Recreation as far as live action comedies go. I think Breaking Bad is the best live action drama on television, but I'm pretty behind, hoping to catch up in time for next season. I also love the current Doctor Who series, but again, I'm pretty behind on it. I was watching Chuck, but that ended. Animation-wise, my favorites are Adventure Time and Regular Show. I also love Bob's Burgers. Long answer, I know. What about you?
I am doing ok....what about you.....we never talk anymore.....=(..I hope you are doing well....
My Dad has been in the hospital....he is doing better...but now I have two parents with health issues.....luckily my sister-in -law is around to help...just wasn't ready for what it all entails......it is a lot of change...but you make do....