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“It’s doggie style. We don’t have to go outside or anything.”

June 3rd, 2007

Was I the only one who thought Shrek 3 was disappointing? Sure, I might have been a bit distracted by The Girl’s incessant throat-clearing, but I’m not so sure I would have liked the movie anyway. I thought the best part was when it was over. I hope they don’t make any further sequels. It was nice while it lasted, but enough is enough. I didn’t laugh enough which is a bad sign for a comedy. Well, except for the part where the Gingerbread Man poops out a gumdrop. Poop is always funny!

Now Knocked Up, while not quite the laughfest I was expecting, was good, and made up for the blah Shrek. I love Seth Rogen. There’s just something about him that’s endearing. Ever since I saw him in 40 Year Old Virgin I was hoping he’d have a bigger role in a film. I’m thinking we’ll be seeing more of him too. I also like Katherine Heigl. She’s so pretty and just seems nice. I don’t watch Grey’s Anatomy, but I saw her in The Ringer and thought she was cute. There were a lot of great actors who showed up in this movie. I particularly liked the scene with Ryan Seacrest. Hilarious! Kristen Wiig was funny too, although it seemed she was playing a character she’s done on SNL before.

Who thinks Mr. Brooks looks interesting? I kind of want to see it, but not, because I hate Kevin Costner. Plus Dane Cook is in it and I just can’t picture him in a serious role. Ever see Simon Sez? Don’t. Not that it was meant to be super serious, but oh my god was it awful. I kept fast-forwarding to the Dane parts and then just laughing at his terrible acting.

After seeing the previews, I really can’t wait to see License to Wed. It looks funny and John Krasinski is such a cutie!

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  1. June 4th, 2007 at 01:14 | #1

    I totally agree about Shrek 3–it was a big disappointment. I loved Knocked Up, too, and it made me realize I need to watch my Freaks and Geeks box set again, since basically the whole cast is in that show…best show ever (in my opinion). Did you ever watch it? I also liked the other series that Judd Apatow did–Undeclared.

  2. Jenniyb
    June 4th, 2007 at 08:57 | #2

    Am I the only person in the world who likes Kevin Costner and doesn’t care much for Dane Cook? I think the movie looks good, although like you said, I thought it was odd to see Dane Cook in that role.

  3. June 4th, 2007 at 09:33 | #3

    I heard that about Shrek, so think I’ll wait for it to come to the tube. I do want to see Mr.Brooks, tho’… it’s more my type of movie.

  4. sugrmtn32
    June 4th, 2007 at 11:41 | #4

    I second msboombastic about Freaks & Geeks – seriously, best show ever! You’d probably recognize quite a few faces since most of the cast have gone on to other roles in both TV & movies.

  5. June 4th, 2007 at 22:04 | #5

    msboombastic – I’m not sure I ever watched Freaks and Geeks although it sounds familiar. Maybe I’ll see if Blockbuster carries it. I definitely remember Undeclared. I liked that show.

    Jenniyb – Um, yes? ;)

    sue – If you see Mr. Brooks, let me know what you think. I’m probably going to wait for it to come to cable.

    sugrmtn32 – I notice a lot of the same faces when it comes to Judd Apatow. I think it’s cool he likes using the same actors.

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