Nickelodeon

Fun Size Movie

Josh Schwartz is taking the success he found on TV with shows like The OC and Chuck and translating that into a directorial debut fit for families. It also manages a slutty kitty and a humping chicken. You know, for kids. Fun Size stars Victoria Justice as a teen on the cusp of the popularity that comes with being hunted by the hottest guy in school, but she’s charged with looking after her little brother on Halloween, a job that seeks to undermine her ability to attend the coolest party of the year. Conflict! Then she loses her brother, who happens to be dressed up like Spider-Man. Fortunately, he’s found by a young man who asks if he likes gladiator movies, and…wait. What. What exactly is going on in this trailer?

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Of all the critiques lobbed at the John Carter‘s marketing problems, one of the more devastating was that the name was boring and meaningless. Where do you go after that? How do you build advertising when your name is terrible (or worse: dull)? So, it’s in that spirit that, according to Bleeding Cool, the new Michael Bay-produced “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” movie will simple be called Ninja Turtles. Way to steal The Asylum’s rip-off title right out from under them.

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Nickelodeon… It’s a name that has become synonymous with children’s programming. From the wacky to the heartfelt, what started as a subsidiary of MTV has slowly become a beast of its own. A beast that was spawned in that now distant memory of a decade known as the nineties. From 1990-1999, Nickelodeon OWNED the eyeballs of every child between the ages of 3 and 12, and a few beyond that. Arguably the golden age of the network, many classic shows were spawned that, to this day, still hold a place in many people’s hearts. One of the sub-networks of the station, TeenNick this past week started airing all that classic nineties programming in a block that is being dubbed “Nick 90s Are All That.” The block has become so popular that it’s begun setting ratings records for basic cable late night programming. This got me thinking, I’m surely not the only one with a soft spot for the classic Nickelodeon programming of the nineties, so I reached out to some of the FSR staff and asked them which show from the era is their favorite and how they feel about it now, check it out:

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The Last Airbender

Damn it feels good to be an Avatar! (I’m about ten seconds away from grabbing a blue Sharpie and drawing an arrow on my head.)

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You might remember these lovable guys as the crazy CIA penguins — now they may be getting their own TV show.

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