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Walk of Shame

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Charley McMullen: Well, I can at least appreciate the intentions behind this one; showcasing the talent of a legitimately funny comedic actress. Indeed, Elizabeth Banks has demonstrated time and time again that she has a sense of comedic timing to rival that of any male contemporaries. However, the shitty script that seems to radiate “Poor man’s Hangover!” (which, it itself, is sad for so many reasons) is showing multiple symptoms of doing her a grave disservice. This will most likely not be very good, guys, but if it does well, it could mean more staring roles for Elizabeth Banks. THAT, Geek Juicers, is the closest I’m going to get to optimism this week. Good night, and good luck.

Justin Widerski: I don’t… I can’t… What the… What’s funny in that! Rich white girl vs the big bad urban world? Seriously? I have no thoughts on this movie because the movie itself seems so devoid of thought itself.

Alex Jowski: I suppose I would have to be in the mood for this kind of thing which I’m not right now.  It looks funny but it’s a rather tired premise.  You know what would have been great?  If this woman didn’t check her voicemail in the middle of the night and instead got some sleep and then in the morning, checked her messages, called her friends or someone to help her deal with the impounded vehicle and then make it to work on time for her big chance.  She stupidly jumped the gun and wandered away in the middle of the night and I’ve little sympathy for her plight.

Martha Page: Now, THIS is a Martha movie.  And it’s got Miri from Zack and Miri Make a Porno so I can be assured that it’s going to be a fun movie.  I’d actually prefer to watch this instead of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 but.. oh well.

Mistress J: A whole world of NO!

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mister X: i luv me sum liz banks…but i HATED this trailer

here’s hoping the studio cut that atrocity together n’ the movie is more AFTER HOURS than it is DATE NIGHT

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Mike White: After Hours remade with a woman.  I’ll wait for cable, thanks.

Glenn Criddle: It doesn’t look good enough to want to see to bad enough to want to rant. It’s very vanilla, not that interesting, obviously prone to trips into crassness and I just don’t see anything that makes me want to spend money to see this. I’d write more but this is certainly doesn’t inspire me in any way,shape or form to want to think about it.

Next Week:

  • Neighbors
  • Chef
  • Mom’s Night Out
  • Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return

LEAVE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THIS WEEK’S TRAILERS IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.

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Matthew Coats
Matthew Coats

Formerly known under the pseudonym of Alex Jowski.
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14 Comments
  • Mike White
    May 2, 2014 at 3:47 pm

    Kind of sad by the geek hate against the Rami Spiderman. I still contend that the first two were pretty great.

    • jwiderski
      May 2, 2014 at 3:52 pm

      Yes they were! In a way they’re forgotten classics like the rest of the “Last-gen” super-hero movies

    • May 2, 2014 at 6:13 pm

      At the time of it’s release I called “Spider-man 2” the best and most perfect superhero movie. While I don’t necessarily find it that near-perfect in hindsight, I still find it to be a very well-done movie.

  • May 2, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    so really…NO one noticed dem victorian titties but me?

  • Charley McMullen
    Charley McMullen
    May 3, 2014 at 11:18 am

    Referring to the Green Goblin as “Gobby” and putting an actor as expressive as Willem Dafoe in a stationary helmet are my two main beefs with the first Sam Raimi Spiderman film. I didn’t like it at all.

  • MsK
    May 3, 2014 at 11:34 am

    Didn’t like the first Spider-Man that much…didn’t like the choice of Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker. But the second one made me change my mind. Andrew Garfield perfectly grew into the role and looked like he was having the time of his life. Overall the performances were great…especially Dane DeHaan.
    As to “Where is my elephant 2″…I was disappointed as hell. It had some nice ideas but overall it was nothing new.

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