John Cusack

Hot Tub Time Machine is one of the most profound mirrors of our postmodern culture to be realized on mainstream cinema screens in quite some time. Discuss.

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This week, chubby man about town Kevin Carr takes a look at How to Train Your Dragon, Hot Tub Time Machine (which sounds right up his alley) and Greenberg. You may want to wear a helmet.

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Hot Tub Time Machine Review

Knock back a few beers, snort some coke and hop in the Hot Tub Time Machine! Wait that’s a terrible idea. Better just see the flick.

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The good news: It’s redband so it features cursing and bared body parts. The other good news: You won’t be waking your neighbors with huge fits of laughter.

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This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we avoid getting hit by a volcano. By. That. Much.

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Kevin Carr heads out to the movies this week, making a stop in a fox hole with the Fantastic Mr. Fox, and then moving on to the end of the world.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin and Neil meet up in the Magical Studio in the Sky for an epic show about the end of the world. They gush (sort of) over Roland Emmerich’s movies and dance a jig around how awesome Fantastic Mr. Fox is.

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You know how movies with ticking bombs almost always have the climactic scene where the good guys work feverishly to disarm the explosives before they detonate? Roland Emmerich’s 2012 is twenty-seven of those scenes stretched across two and a half hours.

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Last night we sent Dr. Cole Abaius off to behold the 3-hours of destruction porn that is Roland Emmerich’s latest film, 2012. Which means that he was witness to some wicked destruction, some of which we’re now bringing to you.

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When they tell you not to panic, that’s when you run. I’m almost certain that we’ll all be running when Roland Emmerich’s latest film, the über-apocalyptic thriller 2012 hits theaters.

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Let’s get one thing straight right up front… Roland Emmerich’s new movie 2012 is going to be incredibly stupid. And I cannot wait to see it on the big screen.

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It’s Wednesday, which means we’re falling in love all over again with a film that shows us what happens when John Cusack gets dumped and runs a record store. Brother what a night it really was! Mother what a night it really was!

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If you squint, you can see John Cusack.

Apparently the punch line to this joke is a feature-length script about men, sexual tension, and a magic hot tub.

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2012

Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. Personally, I think chocolate pudding will somehow come into play. A new teaser for 2012 suggests it may also involve giant walls of water.

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Kevin Carr

Review: Igor

Movie Reviews By Kevin Carr on September 20, 2008 | Comments (9)

Igor

This is where most lower-quality animated films fail – not in the animation, but in the writing. The Pixar and DreamWorks CGI animated films often carry a message, but it is woven decently into the script rather than being delivered with the subtlety of a sledgehammer.

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Josh Seftel, director of War, Inc.

War, Inc. director Joshua Seftel takes some satirical shots at the current administration and the globalization of American culture, especially when it takes place at the expense of others.

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John Cusack in War Inc

Have you ever left a movie feeling confused, awestruck and possibly a little bit violated? If so, then you are already on your way to knowing what it is like to experience director Josh Seftel’s oddly toned, overly quirky yet somewhat charming film War Inc.

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Chiwetel Ejiofor and John Cusack

Roland Emmerich’s last few adventure epics may not have gone over too well, but it’s easy to forget that the dude has made good films in the past. And with his next film, he is at least off to a good start with the casting.

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