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 +10Posted on Dec 19th, 2011 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Favorite Movies Of 2011 (80 comments)

Oh, and lets get some ATTACK THE BLOCK in here. That movie is fantastic. I also loved “The Trip”, but I am not sure a lot of people saw it.

 0Posted on Dec 19th, 2011 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Favorite Movies Of 2011 (80 comments)

Its still showing in very limited release, despite its wide reaching advertising campaign. I don’t quite get what they are doing with this film. I really want to see it as well.

 0Posted on Dec 19th, 2011 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Favorite Movies Of 2011 (80 comments)

Melancholia? Don’t get me wrong, I haven’t seen it myself… But It just came out, and in very limited release. and on top of that, I have heard mixed reviews from the people I do know who have seen it. So I am a bit shocked that it is so high.

 +14Posted on Dec 16th, 2011 | re: What Is Going On With This Ellen Surprise Marriage Proposal? (18 comments)

So, (And Don’t Judge me Videogum peers) I work for the Ellen show. In a nutshell. I’ve pretty much seen every episode of this show this season. Quote the Flintstones, “It’s a living”…. Not really.

Anyways, This is 100% fake. Ellen does 12 days where she gives away gifts, and instead of announcing each one she starts up a segment where something goes really wrong, then they play this loud music and Ellen screams “Its the 12 Days of Giveaways!”. Not really funny. Ever. Often predictable if you watch it enough. I think its kind of funny this has gone viral like it was real. She did one where a woman went into labor, another where someone got in a fight on stage, another one where someone was just breaking stuff on set. Always fake.

This is fake.

#SomeoneSaveMe

Also: I like the move, but How long till he says something along the lines of something he says everyday on his show, the American society of moms for no no language not on tv speaks up and NBC pulls him? NBC and all the major networks bow to sponsors and a handful of written in letters and will quake. but if they keep him on, and all these groups get all pissy, the show could be extra fun.

Worst Comment of the week nominee, Kate!

I agree. Stern rocks, videogum rocks. I find most people my age (26) or younger seem to rag on stern because they have never listened to stern. They saw a few episodes of the E show growing up, think its all about strippers and midgets and move on writing it off as juvenile. This is a great move and I think the show will get big ratings. I have to be honest, I have never watched this show more than 5 minutes and I think I will be in on this from episode 1. Still hate the format and Nick Cannon with the passion of 10,000 suns though….

Baba Booey.

 +1Posted on Nov 17th, 2011 | re: Ricky Gervais Proves There Is No God By Returning As Golden Globes Host (65 comments)

Ricky Gervais’ 2011 monologue was not funny, yet you think the recent season of the office is? I feel lost Videogum. Whats going on buddy? you doing ok?

 +3Posted on Nov 15th, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E05: Ever Done In It A Hayloft? (120 comments)

So how many episodes left? I’m guessing 1-3 episodes of Glen dealing with the secret of the barn (who cares?) followed by someone else finding out through Glen, and his girlfriend being all mad at him so they dont have sex. a good 30-40 minutes will be spent on this bs. Once the rest of the crew find out about this, they confront Hershel. Hershel gives some long winded speech about never giving up hope in the ones you love, blah blah blah. it seems similar to Sophia (who the audience cares for about as much as the zombies in the barn), then that episode or the next they find sophia. Sophia is back with the gang, then something happens where the zombies get let out of the barn and terorize the farm house. We get one really good episode (maybe) of them boarding up the farmhouse and fighting off the zombies. A bunch of the farm folk die, maybe one or two of the main characters (bye andrea), replace her with glens girlfriend. they go back to the highway leaving the now wrecked farm house, start driving, Grimes gets on the CB radio, gives some long winded picard esque speech about keeping up the fight, and then END OF SEASON 2.

Its become very apparent that season 2 is the farm house when it should have just been like 3 episodes. Rember when the first 6 episodes had like 100 locations and actions, and events, and zombies? The CDC episode was perfect. One episode, in and out, everything you needed to know, and very cool. all zombie stuff with the looming threat of the power dieing. Farmhouse has been 5 episodes already with no end in sight, no immediate threats, no immediate zombie storyline… It is the worst.

 +2Posted on Nov 15th, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E05: Ever Done In It A Hayloft? (120 comments)

More upvotes for this please.

 +1Posted on Nov 15th, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E05: Ever Done In It A Hayloft? (120 comments)

Yet at the same time the people defending the shows lack of Zombies cite Budget amongst the reasons for little action. How about some of that pointless prolouge money go towards centering the show back on what every damn episode in the first season was about, and not the bitch fest that season 2 is.

 -2Posted on Nov 4th, 2011 | re: Siri & Furby: A Love Story (21 comments)

Racist much?

 +4Posted on Oct 31st, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E03: The One Where Shane Gets A Haircut (91 comments)

ridiculous but fun. this season is ridiculous with no fun.

 +3Posted on Oct 31st, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E03: The One Where Shane Gets A Haircut (91 comments)

Remember in season 1? when they were little more than props the kids? and it was a show for Adults?

 +2Posted on Oct 31st, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E03: The One Where Shane Gets A Haircut (91 comments)

lol, good point. But I did love the CDC episode, oh so much. Nothing of that sort this season. Replace all that cool post-apocolypse science zombie stuff with explosions with people crying for 3 straight episodes… ugh.

 +9Posted on Oct 31st, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E03: The One Where Shane Gets A Haircut (91 comments)

I hope they find a hatch in the next episode.

 +7Posted on Oct 31st, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E03: The One Where Shane Gets A Haircut (91 comments)

This episode was something of an improvement, but damn they couldn’t slow the pace down any more than they possibly are. Everything that has happened in the first three episodes should have just been episode 1s hour and a half premiere. And it is bothering me how frivolous these people are with food and supplies. Its the damn apocalypse, slow down. This show seems to quickly be pulling a Heroes, where you have a fantastic on point first season, and then have the following seasons just kind of stumble around with characters we don’t care about and off subject (ZOMBIE-SUBJECT) Storylines. I could really care less about the little girl or the woman who wants to kill herself at this point. MOVE ON SHOW!

 0Posted on Oct 12th, 2011 | re: Our Nicki Minaj Princesses Met Nicki Minaj On Ellen! (24 comments)

Ellen clearly auditioning for the part of Gilligan in a Gilligans island movie here with that outfit.

 +1Posted on Oct 4th, 2011 | re: Saturday Night Live: Melissa McCarthy And Lady Antebellum (28 comments)

Glad other people are saying it. Kristin Wiig is pretty damn funny, but the writing for her on SNL, as well as the writing in Bridesmaids for her character are really more annoying than funny. This seems more and more likely that it is her own writing. I’ve seen her in other roles where I really like her, but when she plays these over the top characters that just act strange, it falls on its face. The Lawrence Welk sketch is one of the worst they have going right now. Tiny hands. Pretty much the joke. Done about 10 times now. was mildly amusing the first time, then nothing.

So the whole were-panther thing… Just like… Not a thing anymore? People turning into Panthers? No? Ok this show.

 +1Posted on Aug 30th, 2011 | re: Everyone In The World Watched The VMAs (16 comments)


“FARTMAN!”

 +2Posted on Aug 30th, 2011 | re: Everyone In The World Watched The VMAs (16 comments)

“BREED WERE-GENIUS DADDY, BREEED!”

 +8Posted on Aug 22nd, 2011 | re: Surprise Twist Ending In Scary Spider Video (34 comments)

If you have ever stayed at a Red Roof Inn, then you are already well aware that spiders actually love hiding in towels if given the opportunity.