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This show needs a second season...
"Battle of the Network Reality Stars" was an underdog/ revenge story of epic proportions. It stared Mirna Hindoyan (the greatest reality star of all time) and contained the most convincing story a reality show has ever had.
In the beginning, Mirna and her dwarf cousin Charla, were placed on the righteous Team Miz. It was lead by The Miz (a man seemingly of the utmost integrity) and his two side kicks Ryan Starr and Richard Hatch. At first, these people acted benevolent to our heroes, but soon their true colors showed. The Miz was in fact evil and had a dastardly scheme in mind which dealt with the destruction of Charla and Mirna forever.
At first elimination, Charla was back-stabbed and sent to loser Team Coral. And, according to Hindoyan, she had never seen Charla's "spirit so broken" than how it was after this betrayal. The next episode, Charla was axed as The Miz marched on. On episode three, lovable goof-ball Jonathan Baker was annihilated by The Miz. But, that evil incarnate man was not done. On episode four, he kicked Mirna to the curb, saying "s*** happens." Luckily for us, Mirna was not done. She banded together with five other rejects including Nikki (of AI fame) and Bradford (of Apprentice fame) and formed Team Underdog to avenge Charla and take down The Miz once and for all. First, they took down friendly rivals Joe Millionaire and Chip McAllister. Then, episode six, it was time for the heart pounding climax: Mirna vs Miz.
After two early Mizanin victories in basketball and golf, Mirna discovered his weakness, puzzles and took him down, winning it all and avenging her cousin.
One day, there has to be a re-match. The Miz was a much better C and M villain than Colin, Rob, or the BQs. Bravo bring it soon!
This movie actually inspired me to go to the rain forest!
No lie, I actually went on a vacation to Costa Rica almost solely because this movie made the rain forest seem so kick ass. This could possibly be my favorite movie for many reasons. Let's talk about the characters.
Paul Sarone: He could possibly be my favorite character in any movie. This guy speaks with the sweetest accent. He catches fish "river style." He kills people with his legs WHILE TIED UP! He gets with J LO besides being about 30 years older. And, he gets eaten by and anaconda, spit up, and lives. I have no doubt Paul Sarone is still out there in the Anaconda universe waiting for A3! Terri Flores: Absoletuly my favorite one of J LO's roles. She's the world's hottest director out to film the Shirashama while making sure not to upset "the ecological balance of the river" by letting Sarone use his dynamite. In my opinion, only her Sarone and Ice Cube should have been left alive in the end (though it would have been a hoot trying to see the Anaconda swallow that ass).
Ice Cube: I think Ice Cube is freaking sweet in this movie. He gets stabbed in the leg but keeps on trucking and makes sure to make a witty comment while killing snakes. "Bitch"--priceless.
Hole In Neck Man: "Anaconda"'s only lowlight is that this idiot lives. I think he should have been stabbed in the neck with his own dart in that one scene and then suffocated painfully in front of all.
Baby Bird: I must thank her for giving me one of the best moments in cinematic history, her death while being strangled by Sarone's legs. Brilliant! Owen Wilson: I'm so glad that hippie gets it good.
Westridge: I'm so glad that dude gets killed so uselessly and painfully. He earned it.
Mateo: Was he even in this movie. Oh yeah, he gets eaten after about 15 minutes, almost as useless a character as the poacher.
Anaconda: He is one bad ass monster. He gets shot, and lives. He gets blown up, and lives. He gets light on fire, and lives. How does he die? Only one way. By hearing the word "Bitch" obviously. But of course he's back in the sequel.
Overall, this movie rocks. It is unmissable and one of the best movies ever made. Come quickly A3 and bring Sarone with you.
The Little Shop of Horrors (1960)
My school put on "Little Shop"...
And I'm proud to say our version more resembled this version than the 1986 remake. Like this, we had no songs (except for the Dentist song which I did as I was the Dentist) and had the "the plant wins" ending. As a man who put this on, let me rate this movie based on each performance.
Seymour: Words cannot describe how much more I like the 60 Seymour better than the 86 Seymour. I mean, in 86, Seymour was some whiny dork who sang songs in a basement. He had dorky glasses and clearly wasn't a cold blooded killer. Here, he is not like this at all. The 60 Seymour is bad ass. I mean, he stabs the Dentist in the neck with a scalpel and bangs the hot chick on the head with a boulder. He is psychotic, manipulative, and down right evil (and in my humble opinion, reminiscent of Jon Voight's Paul Sarone in "Anaconda"). I am pleased to say, my production's Seymour was like this too.
Mushnik: I much prefer the 60 Mushnik to the 86 one. Here, he fills in a void that the 86 one lacks, the hero. Sure Seymour acts the hero part in 86, but he is no hero. Not like Mushnik here anyway. Mushnik actually has a personality. He isn't just some unnecessary man begging to be eaten like in 86. I give him props.
Audrey: Here, I actually prefer the 86 version. Audrey was hardly a main character in the 60 version. All she is is just one of Seymour's many chicks, and not even his best looking one. I must give the 86 version props for creating a better character, though I guess that version combines with Leonora (who I much prefer to Audrey in 60).
The Dentist: As someone who played the Dentist, I am pleased by what I saw here. Sure the role isn't as big in 60, but at least he gets a sweeter death by being stabbed in the neck in cold blood.
The Plant: I prefer the 86 plant, but admire what was done with him in this version. Audrey Jr here much more resembles the legendary Ya-Te-Veo in this story than in 86 (where he's a "Mean Green Mother From Outer Space"). Plus, he gets to eat five people here as opposed the dismal total of two in 86 (how I wish it had been four as planned there).
The Girls: I like 2 as opposed to 3 (probably because my production was the same).
The Rest: I like a lot of the characters here who don't appear in 86, particularly Mrs. Krelboin and Leonora. In my opinion, there is no excuse for not having them in 86.
Overall: I highly recommend this movie to anyone who like movies involving people getting stabbed and eaten. It is kick ass (the "Anaconda" of it's day) and a worthy owner.
This movie is freaking kick ass......
"Moonraker" is one of the most awesome movies I have seen in my entire life. Bond and Space together!!! How can you go wrong?! To review this movie, let us consider each of the characters.
James Bond (Roger Moore): James Bond is a beast in this movie. I mean, he beats the ninja's ass, he bangs two babes (one while in space), and he saves the world from an evil Nazi from space. What more could he possibly do?
Hugo Drax: He has always been my favorite Bond villain (of course it helps we have the same first name). I mean, to begin with, he is a PIMP. Look at all those girls around him, it is like damn Drax you are fly. He lives in space. He shoots lasers. He wants to take over the world. He likes pressing people to cucumber sandwiches. He feeds his exes to dogs. This man is the coolest dude to ever grace the silver screen.
Jaws: He is my favorite henchman in a Bond film (ever since I reached the Aztec Comples in Goldeneye). I mean, come on, he has freaking metal teeth and is like 8 feet tall. Plus he gets a woman, although I always thought he could do better than Dolly. I love him here. I love him in "The Spy Who Loved Me" (movie and book where he's 'The Horror'). I love him in "Goldeneye" and "Everything or Nothing", too. Here's hoping he's back for Bond 22.
The Girls: I have always thought Bond is at his best when he's with a Russian chick (besides Natalya who Goldeneye 64 convinced me to hate with a passion). Obviously here he isn't but oh well. The girls pass.
The Song: The main song of this movie is freaking sweet. I have the Best of Bond CD and love blasting it through the streets.
Overall: "Moonraker" is awesome. I recommend it to guys who like movies (especially movies with lasers and spacemen).
High School Musical 2 (2007)
I never thought I'd find a movie better than "Moonraker" or "Rent"...
But then along came HSM2. This musical-tragedy tells the heart breaking story of how an ordinary guy (Efron) wins and then loses the hot chick (Tisdale) for the fat chick (Baby V). Along the way, there are laughs, some show stopping numbers (my favorites being "Fabulous" and "I Don't Dance"), and of course some tears. I don't know the future, but one day I see this movie being hailed as a landmark in cinematography which will never be eclipsed.
Highlights: Zac Efron's intense soliloquy (reminiscent of Billy Bigelow's from "Carousel"), Ashley Tisdale's hotness, Corbin Bleu's singing and dancing (reminds me of a young Justin Guarini), perhaps the best moment of baseball in film history,and Miley Cyrus's cameo (which brings to mind Meatloaf's cameo in "Rocky Horror" and Steve Martin's cameo in "Little Shop of Horrors").