The Last Song


The moment that Ricky Gervais secretly waits for every year is upon us. The nominations for the 31st Golden Raspberry Awards are in. The Razzies is a different kind of awards show, not one that heaps false praise on people that it doesn’t respect, but one that dishonors the worst work of the year. No, their nominees for Worst Picture aren’t quite as bad as the Golden Globe nominees for Best Picture – Comedy or Musical, but it’s still generally considered an insult to earn Razzie recognition, and God forbid you actually win. Looking over this year’s nominees has left me in a confused emotional state. The only film I’ve seen that on here is The Expendables. Does that make me a bad film fan or a smart consumer?  Can one truly appreciate the good if he hasn’t waded through most of the bad? In 2011, I solemnly vow to see more bad movies.



We had a sense that this was going to be a very tight “Clash” at the top of the box office — and indeed, this weekend’s box office result turned out to be too close to call.



The story of the weekend is that Clash of the Titans became the latest 3-D movie to finish on top of the box office.



This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr damns the gods with reviews of Clash of the Titans, The Last Song and Why Did I Get Married Too?


Fat Guys at the Movies

Neil and Kevin clash in the Magical Studio in the Sky as we head into pre-summer movie season. They will damn the gods with reviews of Clash of the Titans, question whether Miley Cyrus has grown up in The Last Song and demand a 3D experience for Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?


Clash of the Titans

We have a busy Easter weekend ahead here at the Reject Report with three new movies on tap: The Last Song, Why Did I Get Married Too, and Clash of the Titans.



Walt Disney Pictures has released the first trailer for The Last Song, an adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel starring Miley Cyrus, Kelly Preston and Greg Kinnear. And I don’t know about you, but I’m just happy to see young Miley finally in a movie where Billy Ray Cyrus doesn’t also play her fictional father.

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published: 01.26.2015
published: 01.26.2015
published: 01.26.2015
published: 01.26.2015

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