- NY Magazine’s Vulture thinks Simon Cowell is making the right choice going with The X-Factor over American Idol. I saw The X-Factor when i was in England last month and found it more interesting than I ever did American Idol.
- Jonah Weiner of Slate Magazine (over)analyzes Jay-Z’s video for “On To The Next One”
- A math genius in England put together a formula to figure our why he’s single
- Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins) is leaving Friday Night Lights
- The Ack! Attack lists Lost’s Top 10 Go-To Moves
- Wes Anderson accepted his Special Achievement Award from the National Board of Review for Fantastic Mr. Fox via stop-motion video
- I probably won’t buy it but this trailer for video game, Transformers: War For Cyberton, looks pretty awesome
- Check out the set for the new Pee-wee Herman Show.I wish I was out in LA to go to this.
- GQ reveals NBC’s new television line-up. Stop dissing, Chuck!
- Michael Ausiello says Greek might be in danger of being canceled. Maybe if more people heard “The Greek Rap”, they’d watch.
- Someone at The Onion’s AV Club watched G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra on purpose. Poor bastard.
- Jack Bauer hate Tom Brady
- Dave Letterman’s “Top Ten Messages On Jeff Zucker’s Answering Machine.”
- I never get tired of these. Hitler Learns Leno Is Moving Back To Late Night
- Judy Greer is going to guest-star on Modern Family as Phil’s ex-girlfriend. I love her.
- TV Squad previews 24 Season Eight. I’m curious to see how Agent Freckles has been corrupted by Bauer
- Jeff Fuc..Zucker is threatening to keep Conan off the year for the length of his contract according to Nikki Finke
I really tried to enjoy this movie but Adult Sean kept preventing Childhood Sean from doing so.
For example, I couldn’t get past the bad acting, the corny script, the bad CGI and the fact that Snake Eyes had lips (?!?). Something so simple as “Snake Eyes wears a mask that has no lips and they couldn’t let it slide.
Also, why was Joseph Gordon-Levitt even in this movie? I’m pretty sure they didn’t use his voice (or didn’t need to) and he only had two scenes. What a waste of a good actor. Also why did they combine Cobra Commander and Dr. Mindbender?
Whatever, I still enjoyed it more than Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen because this movie didn’t take itself as seriously.
Since Wolverine comes out in a few days (how long before the Summer movie season starts in April), it’s about that time to go through what movies I would like to see this summer. Odds are, I’ll only see the really big movies and every once and awhile catch an indie but I can dream, can’t I?