Saturday, September 19, 2009

Norton Anti-Virus Commercials

These are a new series of commercials from Norton Internet Security. They star Dokken and Kimbo Slice. They are....different. :)

Jedi - Questions Three

Here's another mash up from You Tube! If you like Star Wars and Monty Python, you'll understand! :)

Friday, September 18, 2009

Video Movie Review: Bride Wars

We don't rent a lot of movies, but last weekend on a trip grocery shopping, we stopped by our Redbox vending machine and rented a movie. Bride Wars! I heard it was good and we felt like a romantic comedy.

Here is the plot from Wikipedia:
Bride Wars is a 2009 American romantic comedy film directed by Gary Winick and written by Greg DePaul and June Raphael and Casey Wilson.

Emma and Liv are best friends who have planned every detail of their weddings since they first witnessed a wedding at the Plaza Hotel. Therefore, they both have made it lifetime priority to be married in the same location.

It was a very cute movie. The back and forth between Kate and Anne is funny. Anyone who has gone through the wedding process, will find something here! I could also see a sequel or two. But the negative reviews it received make that unlikely. If your looking for a cute movie with a laugh or two, check it out! :)

Here is the trailer:

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Ellis Lanksder Tripping on Live TV

I saw this on AOTS today. I thought it was the funniest thing I've seen in a long time. First, you have to see this press conference. This is unedited!

Now watch the remix!! :)

Monday, September 7, 2009

Surrogates Trailer

Here's a new trailer that I saw recently. It looks really weird/cool! Here is the Premise from Wikipedia:

Surrogates is an upcoming 2009 science fiction film, based on the 2005–2006 comic book series of the same name. The film is directed by Jonathan Mostow and stars Bruce Willis. Surrogates is scheduled to be released on September 25, 2009.[1]

The year 2017 is a future in which humans live in near-total isolation, never leaving the safety and comfort of their homes, and only communicating with their fellow man through remotely-controlled robotic bodies that serve as "surrogates", designed as better-looking versions of their human operators. Because people are safe all the time, and damage done to a surrogate is not even felt by its owner, it is a peaceful world free from fear, pain, and crime. Agent Greer (Willis) is an FBI agent who enlists the aid of his own surrogate to investigate the first murder in years, of the genius college student who invented the surrogates. The case grows more complicated, however, when several humans are murdered as their surrogates are destroyed. The withdrawn detective discovers that in order to actually catch the killer he will have to physically venture outside the safety of his home for the first time in many years, and enlists the aid of another agent in tracking his target down. [2]