Running in the snow trumps state of the art training equipment every time!!!
Monsters University - I was actually looking forward to the first one, then nearly fell asleep in the theater. This one actually looks more boring.
World War Z - Dalty's lifelong obsession will finally be resolved, one way or another!
There was this Chicago radio personality called Mancow which we used to get his morning show in Iowa. He had some guy on and they were talking Rocky movies. Mancow demanded to know this guy's favorite Rocky movie. He dawdled a bit, then said the first one. Mancow immediately hung up on him, then declared the correct answer was Rocky III.
Or with The Cape.
Hey, at least it's not Alabama.
Oops, almost forgot.
I finally saw Ted. Not as funny as I'd imagined it would be, but still had a lot of good laughs. The way I'd pictured it from the ads and previews was that Mark Wahlberg wished for a magical talking teddy bear when he was a kid, but then grew up and was still stuck with the talking teddy bear. But in the movie they were actually besties who loved smoking weed all the time. They only had the one fight, which had been played up in the ads quite a bit (probably why I thought they were at odds with one another). And for some reason they kept the Flash Gordon stuff out of all the ads, which seemed like something they should've included, especially since the actor who played Flash Gordon was in the movie for a decent chunk. Kinda reminds me how in the ads for Brave, they managed to not include anything about the bear storyline, which happened to be about 80% of the movie.
I suppose I'd give it an 8/10. The unrated version wasn't available on my rental disc, so I figured if I liked the movie enough, I'd see the unrated version when I bought it. I probably won't be seeing the unrated version.
Plus they threw in a little bagging of Superman Returns at the end, so that gets an extra demerit from me.
I was going under the assumption you didn't have any money.
I forgot there'd be popcorn on the floor.
They don't need a government. They have polar bears.
If Little Man had been showing in either theater, Goits would've lodged himself into the center seat until they eventually tore the theater down around him.
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