Daily Archives: April 10, 2013

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Impression of Jeff Dunham’s Walter Doll


Arnold S Walter impression

I thought this was funny and I couldn’t resist posting it.  Here is Arnold Schwarzenegger doing his best impression of famous ventriloquist Jeff Dunham‘s Walter doll.  Do you see the resemblance?

Jeff Dunham Walter

Trailer for Grown Ups 2 (2013)


Grown Ups 2 Poster

Grown Ups 2 (2013)

Can Adam Sandler do us all a favor and stop making unwatchable garbage.  He has not made a good movie for years.  Arguably his best movie in the last 7 years was Just Go with It (2011) and that is not saying much.  Click (2006) was probably his last good movie.  The majority of the movies that he made before Click were all hilarious in their own way.  After Click, all of Sandler’s movies turned into pure excrement.

Was the first Grown Ups (2010) not bad enough?  Do we really need to be subjected to a sequel?

In the first Grown Ups, Adam Sandler got all of his almost washed-up, aging comedian friends together (Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Rob Schneider, Tim Meadows, Dan Patrick, Colin Quinn, Maya Rudolph, Blake Clark, Norm MacDonald, Jonathan Loughran, and Dennis Dugan)to make a not so funny, not very family friendly, family comedy also with the likes of Salma Hayek, Maria Bello, Steve Buscemi, and Sandler’s wife Jackie Sandler and 2 daughters Sadie Sandler and Sunny Sandler.

So now 3 years later, he brought most of them all back together again and made a sequel.  Is it safe to assume that they are all actually washed-up this time since they are back for more?  He had to try to top the first one, so he added Taylor Lautner, Milo Ventimiglia, Andy Samberg, David Henrie, Alexander Ludwig, Steve Austin, Taran Killam, Nick Swardson, Shaquille O’Neal, Cheri Oteri, Erin Heatherton, and Melanie Hutsell to the mix.

I can’t believe Sandler pulled it off, but this movie looks worse than the first one.  I will most certainly skip this film in the theatre and I won’t even waste my money at the Redbox.  It would have to be free for me to watch this, and even that will be risky.

Dennis Dugan directed both Grown Ups movies.

The trash will be picked up on, I mean the movie will release on 7/12/13.

Trailer for Elysium (2013)


Elysium poster

Elysium (2013)(click on the title for my full review)

Sci-Fi lovers rejoice.  Elysium is coming.

Elysium takes place in the year 2154.  The rich live on a space station and the poor live on Earth, but the Earth is in shambles.  The rich are trying to protect their way of life, but the poor want in.

With an estimated $100,000,000 budget, the filmmakers are banking on Matt Damon and Jodie Foster to make Elysium a monster summer blockbuster.

It is written and directed by Neill Blomkamp who is most known for directing District 9 (2009).

The movie also stars William Fichtner, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Alice Braga, Diego Luna, Michael Shanks, Sharlto Copley, Talisa Soto, Ona Grauer, Terry Chen, Wagner Moura, Johnny Cicco, and Faran Tahir.

The film looks like it will be rich with special effects and action.  This one looks like a must-see.

The movie is set to release on 8/9/13.

Trailer for Redemption (2013) Also Known As Hummingbird (2013)


hummingbird poster

Redemption (2013) (also known as Hummingbird (2013))

Jason Statham has been stuck making a lot of very similar movies lately.  Hummingbird seems slightly out of the norm for him.  The movie looks like it has a little bit more of a story to it and a little bit more heart in it.  Although I could be completely wrong, that is just what I gather from the preview.

A man (Statham) assumes a different man’s identity in order to hide from the law.

The film also stars Vicky McClure, Lee Asquith-Coe, Benedict Wong, Ian Pirie, Agata Buzek, Ger Ryan, and Lee Nicholas Harris.

The movie is written and directed by Steven Knight.

I’m not sure that this movie would be worth seeing in the theatre.  I’m also not sure if it will even get wide release in the U.S. or go straight to DVD.  Either way, it looks like it would be worth seeing when it finally does come out on DVD.

I can’t find a U.S. release date on this one, but it is supposed to be sometime this year.