wassup kiddies.the Hobbit drops this coming Friday. anybody want to go see it? i am suggesting we go to Uptown since this may be the last "official" Spill.com DC get-together. dissenting opinions are welcome, but please get them in by Monday…See More
I'm still in the process of letting all the news sink in. Spill is part of not just my life, but my family's. (My Dad listens to the reviews, my sisters love the video reviews of movies.) for 5 years. Spill has helped me through alot of things in my life. Whenever I'm sad or down, I'll listen to an episode of LEOG, or watch a Loading Bar Happy Hour Video etc. Its so important to me and to hear this news just breaks my heart.…
Rating-Matinee' Using the basic blueprint for what a good sequel should be, The Boondock Saints II may not reinvent the wheel, or even wax it up to make it look shiny, all that much. But it is still a very fun action movie that contains stylish action and funny dialogue that largely succeeds despite it's mundane…
Well it has been awhile since I've written a new $5 Bin segment so as a little refresher...
For those of you unfamiliar with Walmart, there is a very special section located in the electronic section know as The $5 Bin. In said bin, is a stack of DVD’s, each costing, you guessed it, 5 dollars. Usually it’s…
180 DEGREES!! This show was supposed to be about people who have turned their careers/lives around 180 degrees for the better or worse. HOWEVER, this show itself took a cue from the topic and got turned around into complete insanity. Now we've derailed before and I'm sure we will derail again but this I'm sure its going to be HARD to beat what happened in this episode. You might want to get 2 cold drinks for this…
THE LEAGUE OF EXTREMELY ORDINARY GENTLEMEN: Volume 6, Issue 26: Hung-Over
Spill dot Con is over and the LEOG crew had such a good time, we might need an entire week just to recuperate. Stories are told, members are referenced, and the healing process begins. But that's not all! We've also got guest Joe Parsons from Master Pancake Theater and Stagcomedy.com who shoots the shit with us, and hell, why not an extra of the entire…Continue
Now I'm one who isn't a greatest fan of Romantic Comedies but I do appreciate a good romantic story if it is well made and has a great script. 2008 was a very mixed year for romance on the silver screen but with any genre you take the good with the very bad...
Check out the trailer for writer/director Wayne Kramer's Crossing Over.
Crossing Over stars Harrison Ford, Jim Sturgess, Ashley Judd, Alicia Braga, Alice Eve and Ray Liotta and hits theaters on December 3rd.
Immigrants from around the world enter Los Angeles every day, with hopeful visions of a better life, but little notion of what that life may cost. Their desperate scenarios test the humanity of immigration enforcement… Continue
When I first posted this, I had received characters that I should have added. And I agreed with most. So here we go:
11) Arnie: What's Eating Gilbert Grape?
Still here is Arnie, the lovable retard played by a young Leo DiCaprio in an Oscar Nominated performance. An urban legend that I don't know the validity of is that he didn't get it because they were scared he really was retarded and might make a scene. Probably not true.… Continue
Added by Hitchcock on September 15, 2008 at 7:26pm —
Many of you don't realize it yet, but you've officially experienced the end of an era. As is being reported, voice over artist Don LaFontaine is dead. Now several of you older folks know what this means - but for the rest of you sit down and let me spin you a tale. A tale of your FFFFFUUuuuuuuuuuuTTTTTUuuuuuurrrrrrrre!!!
You see, there's just something about a voiceover artist who nails it. You can… Continue
Well, guys. Summer's over. Hope you enjoyed it. Oh, I know it's still hot as all #*$& out there (at least it is here in Tejas) - and many of you are still weeks away from school starting again. But as far as Hollywood is concerned, summer is officially OVER today. Today is the beginning of January in August. The dumping ground for failed blockbusters, good films no one at the studio has any faith in, or films so bad they hope to capitilize on the waning weeks of summer in order to turn a… Continue
Studio: Warner Bros.
Run time: 122 min.
Directed by Joel Schumacher
Screenplay by Lee & Janet Scott Batchler and Akiva Goldsman; Story by Lee & Janet Scott Batchler
Val Kilmer as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Tommy Lee Jones as Harvey… Continue