Spotted this today and laughed hard enough to pass it on. It’s disturbing that I think I’ve seen almost all of these movies.
Attention office drones: you too could live an action-packed thriller like this one.
[ Office 2010: The Movie trailer / YouTube ]
It’s happened to all of us. After downing that 40 oz slurpee from 7-11 and climbing over half a dozen people to get to your movie seat, you realize…you have to go. Or should you hold it? Like pushing the bride into a swimming pool, are you about to ruin the most epic plot set-up conceivable by man? Like Moses wandering the desert, are you going to be completely lost when you get back for the rest of the movie?
Enter RunPee, a site that tells you the optimal times for breaks during a movie. (The logo is definitely one of the best ones I’ve ever seen.) If you are fine with missing a few minutes of exposition, RunPee will cue you to make a run for the bathroom at specific lines. Hitting the “unscramble” button will fill in what happens in that segment (what, you’re not going to watch Star Trek again?).
[ via LifeHacker/WJ ]
The second installment in the Transformers film franchise, titled “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”, is due for release this June. The special effects in this sequel will surely impress; but, if it’s anything like its predecessor, the film’s plot and acting will be disastrous. I was especially disappointed in the first live-action Transformers movie because I, like many of you, was raised on the original Transformers cartoons. What’s more, I was a proud owner of the original Transformers movie, released in 1986. That movie was awesome! It had a rad 80’s soundtrack; and, as for the plot, only minutes into the movie I was already in tears. So reach for your inner child and brace yourself for what’s about to happen:
There is an upcoming Three Stooges movie. Jim Carrey seems a bit thin to be Curly to me, but as a long time fan since my childhood, I can’t help but being a bit excited.