May 21, 2020 · 1:12 pm
Today! Because I didn’t know they gave out rings at the Holocaust –
The Hangover (2009)
Directed by Todd Phillips (x3)
Starring Bradley Cooper (x2), Ed Helms (x4), Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Heather Graham (x3), Ken Jeong (x2), Mike Tyson, Rachael Harris (x2), Sasha Barrese, Jeffrey Tambor (x2), Mike Epps, Bryan Callen (x3), Rob Riggle, Cleo King (x2), Matt Walsh (x7), Jernard Burks
So again, as mentioned somewhere earlier, I’m not saying we got married at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas because of The Hangover – that’s completely insane – however, we never looked at their wedding facilities in person, booking thanks to YouTube videos of the gardens and whatnot. This was after we made a trip to Vegas expressly to check out venues. So either this should tell you how lackluster the matrimonial facilities are at the MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, and the Bellagio (among others – we looked at a load of places), or that maybe we were more influenced by the epic search for Doug than we care to admit.
Not that Doug! The other Doug!
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April 29, 2009 · 11:15 pm
By and large, predicting box office grosses is nearly impossible. I think I can ballpark what a film might do as well as anyone, and still you get things bombing or blowing up against all logic and reason. As well as anyone thought The Dark Knight would do last year, no one figured it to be the second highest grossing movie of all time. No one. Just like no one saw Titanic doing what it did in 1997.
Now last year, going into the summer, I did say – to those who would listen, which weren’t many folks – that I thought you’d see seven movies gross over $200 million, and six of them actually did – TDK, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Iron Man, Wall-E, Kung Fu Panda, and Hancock. The one that didn’t was the surprising disappointment Prince Caspian from the Narnia series. So, with this as rousing proof that for once I sort of knew what I was doing, I would like to impart that onto this summer’s crop of films as well. Continue reading →
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Tagged as Angels & Demons, Bruno, Funny People, G.I. Joe, Hancock, Harry Potter, Ice Age 3, Indiana Jones, Inglourious Basterds, Iron Man, Julie & Julia, Kung Fu Panda, Land of the Lost, Narnia, Night at the Museum, Pixar's Up, Prince Caspian, Public Enemies, Shrek, Star Trek, Terminator, The Da Vinci Code, The Dark Knight, The Hangover, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Proposal, The Taking of Pelham 123, The Ugly Truth, Titanic, Transformers, Wall-E, Wolverine, Year One