Hamlet 2

2008review-memorable

With such a memorable year, it was hard to pick the top ten memorable scenes from all the films. Of course, to be fair, I had to choose only one scene from any given movie (otherwise, The Dark Knight would easily take five or six spots on the list).

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2008review-overlooked

The equivalent of the wallflower you knew in high school that blossomed into a college beauty, here are eleven films that flew under the radar in 2008.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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You’re looking at these offerings this weekend and you are ready to throw up your arms and say in vain the words “Jesus Christ!” (Just kidding. Actually, Jesus does make an appearance this weekend, in Hamlet 2.)

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We had a chance recently to see the film and meet British comedian Steve Coogan at the AMC Theater near Navy Pier in Chicago to talk about Dana Marschz and comedy, in general.

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Steve Coogan, rockin

I can’t think of a movie in recent history that has the same feel and attitude, or even remotely the same story. It’s creative and it’s unique. You don’t find that sort of thing at the movies nowadays.

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Reject Report: The House Bunny

This weekend promises to be a real death race at the box office. That’s the name of the movie, too: Death Race. Also, The Rocker rolls out, and so does The House Bunny starring funnygal Anna Faris. All that and more this weekend at the Report.

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Neil is grumpy this week, and Kevin takes full advantage of his weakness for the show.

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Catherine Keener and Steve Coogan in Hamlet 2

Writer Pam Brady and director Andrew Fleming assured me they were drunk during the entire writing process. So why not enjoy their movie in the same state of mind?

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Steve Coogan in Hamlet 2

With quotes this big, you would think that Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly and Peter Travers of Rolling Stone were official sponsors of the upcoming film Hamlet 2.

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Steve Coogan in Hamlet 2

If you are yet to gain insight into the shenanigans at hand in Hamlet 2, perhaps you should check out the following video clips, which were sent over to us by the fine folks at Focus Features this afternoon.

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Steve Coogan in Hamlet 2

Our video squad caught up with the filmmakers and stars of the upcoming comedy Hamlet 2 at Comic-Con. Their mission: figure out what all this “Sexy Jesus” tomfoolery is all about.

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Rock Me Sexy Jesus Giveaway

Now that Comic-Con is over and we are done collecting all of the free stuff that we could set our eyes on, we have decided to go back to doing what we do best: hooking you up with the coolest movie-related freebies on the web.

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Sexy Jesus at Comic-Con

Do you have Sexy Jesus in your life? If you are at Comic-Con this year, you just might have have the opportunity to see him first hand.

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Comic-Con International

The full event schedule for Comic-Con International 2008 has finally been released online via the official Comic-Con website. And just to give you a taste of what you should be looking out for, I have dug into the schedule and emerged with some of the can’t miss movie geek events.

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Steve Coogan and Elizabeth Shue in Hamlet 2

Every theater teacher I have ever met has been, to say the least, just a little off. So when you think about it, the premise behind the film Hamlet 2 is not only relatable, it is also possibly brilliant.

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Hamlet 2

Pam Brady has been with Trey Parker and Matt Stone for many years, conjuring up all kinds of shenanigans with South Park, but with Hamlet 2 she steps out on her own and teams with Nancy Drew director Andrew Fleming to deliver one of the year’s most ridiculously funny films.

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The 15 Must-See Movies of Summer 2008

Every year we go through it: What are your most anticipated movies of summer? Which movies will make the most money? What will be the biggest flop? I can’t even begin to think of the infinite variations that we’ve seen of the pre-Summer movie lists. So this year, we are going to do something a little different, but not too far off the beaten path. We’ve set out to give you a guidebook to Summer Movie Season 2008: The 15 Movies that you should not miss, no matter what.

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Probably one of the silliest and most outlandish films that I’ve seen on the festival circuit this year, Hamlet 2 is one of those films that is completely dedicated to its own ridiculous nature. I loved it, and hopefully you will, too…

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We missed Quentin, saw Olivia and finally found out what the big deal was with that Hamlet 2 movie…

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