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 +6Posted on Feb 26th, 2012 | re: The 2012 Academy Awards Videogum Video Pizza Party (392 comments)

Hey gif-makers! Please make a gif of Clooney watching Cirque de Soleil!

 +3Posted on Jan 24th, 2012 | re: The 2012 Academy Awards Nominees (128 comments)

I share your rage. Apparently no one in America, including the Academy, saw Tintin, even when given free copies of it on DVD. I’m glad it absolutely killed in the international box office so we’ll be able to see at least a second film.

 +3Posted on Jan 24th, 2012 | re: The 2012 Academy Awards Nominees (128 comments)

Rango was great, and deserves to be in that category. Kung Fu Panda 2 and Puss and Boots do not… but freakin Tintin absolutely does! I don’t understand why it was snubbed from a shoe-in category like BEST ANIMATED FEATURE. It’s not like I’m asking for Best Picture or something… come on, Academy :(

 +8Posted on Jan 3rd, 2012 | re: A Christmas Freakout Video For 2011 (22 comments)

The greatest part is that the little brother apparently gets the same gift (IPOOOOOODTOOOUCH), but reacts like a normal human being.

 +1Posted on Dec 23rd, 2011 | re: Uhh, Did YOU Guys Know About This Kris Jenner Music Video? (29 comments)

It was odd seeing the normal-looking awning of a 90′s Cheesecake Factory. The only ones I’ve seen are ridiculously huge and gaudy mall-shrines.

 +10Posted on Dec 9th, 2011 | re: The Starbucks Weddings Is Pretty Cute, To Be Honest (14 comments)

We met at Starbucks. Not at the same Starbucks but we saw each other at different Starbucks across the street from each other.

 0Posted on Mar 23rd, 2011 | re: The Hunt For The Worst Movie Of All Time: Garden State (275 comments)

I think the Garden State rage must have affected his view of Amelie. It’s impossible to hate Amelie.

 0Posted on Jan 17th, 2011 | re: This Is Your High School: Frayser High School (78 comments)

Seriously, this was the worst part.

BREAKING NEWS: Yes this story has been happening for the last 9 months but WE JUST HEARD ABOUT IT!

 +2Posted on Jan 6th, 2011 | re: That's Your Girlfriend: Sarah Lester (75 comments)

On first listen, at 3:55 I was pretty sure she said
“I don’t go poo, or smoke, or anything.”
You know, just like a vampire doesn’t go poo, or smoke or anything.

 +2Posted on Dec 20th, 2010 | re: The Videogum Movie Club: TRON: Legacy (93 comments)

The 3D was really poorly done! I’m not a huge fan of 3D in movies anyway, but I noticed it maybe twice during the whole thing… A disclaimer comes up at the beginning of the movie and says something like: ‘many scenes in this film were shot in 2D and were meant to be displayed this way, keep your glasses on throughout the film’

If you lifted your glasses during much of the dialog scenes, you’d see a normal looking (not-blurry) but much brighter movie. If I see it a second time, it won’t be in 3D.

 +4Posted on Dec 20th, 2010 | re: The Videogum Movie Club: TRON: Legacy (93 comments)

If this movie was titled: FUTUREWARS: WARS OF THE FUTURE, I would not be cutting it as much slack as I am simply because it’s the sequel to a movie I really liked as a kid. It had it’s problems, but I definitely enjoyed it and will probably end up seeing it a second time in the theater!

That being said, I would like Disney to once again seal the vault on Tron and not make another sequel, at least for another 20 years. We know what Tron looks like in 1982-o-vision, and in 2010-o-vision. We don’t need to see what it looks like in late-2012-o-vision.

I’m glad Gabe ended up having fun despite all the things he didn’t like about it.

 0Posted on Dec 17th, 2010 | re: R.I.P. Larry King Live (52 comments)

“Honestly, the only thing that I can think of that is going to be different is that when a fake president in a movie goes on the real talk shows to give the movie a sense of realism, Larry King Live will no longer be one of the shows.”

This is exactly what I thought when I heard this was happening yesterday. For anyone under 70 years old, Larry King was just some actor who played a somewhat-convincing news/talk-show anchor in movies and sometimes television. When you needed your character established as culturally relevant or noteworthy in your fictional story, you cut to a Larry King interview! Sometimes just in the background of a shot so audiences don’t get too bored!

 +1Posted on Dec 9th, 2010 | re: The Walking Dead S01E06: Season Finale (119 comments)

clackclackcrankclackclunkclunk-Jack’s tattoo backstory episode was better than this bullshit -clackclackclankclunkclackclack

(voice of Smokey)

 +1Posted on Dec 9th, 2010 | re: The Walking Dead S01E06: Season Finale (119 comments)

Not enough is being said about the black lady. She was my favorite character because she was at least semi-rational. I remember her speaking her mind about wanting to kill someone who had been infected instead of fighting and arguing, like every other character. I think she also wanted to let Jim go when he felt like he needed to die… instead of HOLDING HIM AGAINST HIS WILL AS HE TURNED INTO A ZOMBIE IN THE VAN (Ahhhh I hate these characters so much!)

So, she chose DEATH over having to spend another minute with this team of goddamn idiots.


 +1Posted on Oct 3rd, 2010 | re: Glee S02E02: “Britney Plus Nitrous Gave Me an Amazing Idea”--Artie (63 comments)

I agree with you on everything except the girl with downs’ line… that wasn’t too bad. But everything involving the reporter kid was horrible, the writing was horrible, there was basically no point to any of the songs because they were all dream sequences… it was the worst episode ever.

 +3Posted on Sep 2nd, 2010 | re: Double Rainbow Guy Now Corporate Schill (54 comments)

Seriously, someone at Skittles HQ missed a golden opportunity here. Especially with the insane direction that Skittles commercials have gone in the last few years (goat boys?), the commercial would make just as much sense to people who didn’t know who double rainbow guy was.