Diego and Seymour pledge their allegiance to Act of Valor, a film starring active duty Navy Seals, active duty terrible cinematography and active duty total absence of anything like a cogent and realistic plot.
No active duty actual seals, though. Which would have rocked. OOR OOR OOR.
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Keith and Seymour Kompare and Kontrast the Komplex Koncepts brought to Kurrent generation Kinema via Mortal Kombat: Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
Also: Kristopher Lambert
Diego, Keith and Seymour reflect on the great tragedy that struck our great nation 13 years ago.
This February 10th, what will you do to remember?
Should you see Red Tails? I guess it depends on whether or not you want to see a gripping dramatic tale of one of our nation’s turning point moments or a bunch of cartoon characters flying around and blowing stuff up. I guess that. It’s a guess.
Diego and Lucy saw The Darkest Hour, the Russian produced American horror film made by Russian crew with American actors in Moscow. And a Swede. About invisible energy monsters.
Invisible energy monsters.
Diego saw Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol at an IMAX theater and got a bit of a surprise… in the form of The Batman.
Diego and Keith question Stieg Larsson’s intentions after seeing the fourth TGWTDT film – the one by David Fincher. With James Bond. And Yolandi.
Also, his abrupt drop in work ethic ’round about 2004-ish.
Diego, ever the plucky detective, uses his youthful newsboy deduction skills to make some shocking discoveries about Simon Pegg, to find a disguised Gerard Butler and ultimately reach out to Steven Spielberg about his… problem.
It’s ok, Steve. We’re here for you.
Keith and Diego have a calm, collected and totally reasonable conversation about the trailer for Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus”.
Keith comes to a shocking realization after slogging through the fifteen hour self indulgent mess that is Clint Eastwood’s “J. Edgar”.