|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2011-06-19 |
See!! this is why streaming and sharing are felonious. Hollywood must protect its *genius* intellectual property!
Actually I find good films by going through lists of best films by year on films101. Ive found its a good policy to ignore anything produced by US
Call them "movies." They're not filmed anymore.
|freedoom - 2011-06-19 |
|Merzbau - 2011-06-19 |
I am proud to say that I made the director's day ever so slightly worse in a small way, and by doing so have made the world a better place.
There's not much to it. I work for a shitty little internet retailer you've never heard of that sells a bunch of crap; among our crap is a wholesale coffee & chai outlet that recently bought out the inventory and customer lists of a competitor when they went under. Mark Waters, the director of this movie, was a repeat customer of the original company, and they had lost a rather large order. I told his personal assistant there was nothing we could do since he had never at any point actually done business with *us*.
The guy goes through vanilla syrup by the case, in case that's at all interesting.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-06-19 |
Well, at least they're not talking.
Gotta save something for the sequel. I mean, besides the revelation that the penguins are secret agents who need Jim Carrey's help.
|Xenocide - 2011-06-19 |
So the only character who's actually qualified to look after the penguins gets branded the villain. Take that, the government!
It's like in Ghostbusters. If the guy wasn't such a prick the audience might notice that, hey, it is probably a good idea to have the EPA shut down a nuclear reactor that was cobbled together in a basement in the middle of Manhattan.
But that reactor was FULL OF GHOSTS.
Seriously, while it's true that the Ghostbusters were probably breaking several thousand laws, Dickless wasn't doing his job right. If you find an illegal nuclear device in someone's basement, you're going to need to make damn sure it's safe to turn the thing off before doing so. You don't just march in there and yell "SHUT IT DOWN!" five seconds after you first lay eyes on the thing.
They're almost as bad as the people who had the audacity to claim that Sam was incapable of raising his daughter. ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE!!!
Seriously, while it's true that the Ghostbusters fglfjdhldg
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-06-19 |
Wow, this looks dumber than I ever thought possible for Carrey. Boo hoo, a rich man has problems relating to his children. Those poor kids don't get to spend time with him god shut the fuck up Hollywood.
|klingerbgoode - 2011-06-19 |
ice ice baby! that one never gets old.
|blase - 2011-06-19 |
OTOH, the concept for the movie's ad -- yet another Perplexed Face Close-up -- is past its expiration date and should be retired...!
|garcet71283 - 2011-06-19 |
Can't watch, don't wanna go to jail.
|WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2011-06-19 |
Not evil enough. This looks liker a harmless, predictable movie for kids.
Harmless? No responsible parent would want their child to grow up thinking this kind of movie is acceptable.
|Valkor - 2011-06-19 |
Why does Jim Carrey do this?
I watched "I Love You Phillip Morris" recently. Good movie. They should just re-release that instead.
Rodents of Unusual Size
He in mid life crisis mode and has never been married, probably wants to get married and have kids but he keeps dating psychos. I'm guessing he keeps himself so busy and distracted with movies that he is unable to make any good decision on eligible women that are not entirely wrong for him. He seems to keep reverting to awful movies that make lots of money even though at this point he really doesn't need it.
I heard a recent interview with him and he seemed really depressed.
Probably because they're throwing millions of dollars at him to do so.
Rodents of Unusual Size
He makes million a movie.
Also, I just found out he gave Jenny McCarthy million dollars in a trust and they aren't even married.
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