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Robin Hood - frozen lasagne, reheated [USER REVIEW] [User Review]

 
Robin Hood - frozen lasagne, reheated.

Robin Hood is like a frozen pack of lasagne from the supermarket freezer section. You microwaved it but didn't get to finished. then you microwaved it again. Unless that is exactly what you want, you will not find it satisfying.

In Ridley Scott's latest epic(like) movie, Robin Hood started as a average archer man in King Richard's army. He escaped army when the King was killed during the battle, run into an ambush complex, and ended returning to Nottingham pretending to be the lord. Of course his buntch of merry men followed him all the way, turned from wasted soldiers to legendary battle heros, when Robin himself showed exordindary level of leadership, stretegical planning and ultimate passion to liberty. Without giving too much of the movie out, imagin a cookie cutter hero type from any epic movie.

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Twilight's Edward gets a talkin' to!

 
Twilight's Edward gets a talkin' to!

AppleGeeks posted a great single page comic about about Twilight's Edward getting some shit for being a total lame duck!

Oh, Twilight... Will the mockery of your sparkly ass never old? We think not!

Enjoy!

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There are MFing Snakes in my MFing Atari!

 
There are MFing Snakes in my MFing Atari!

Here's an interesting link showing us what our movie games might have looked like if the Atari 2600 was still king.

Sure we've seen these movies to old school video games fan service in the past, but its still fun to see what Avatar, Cloverfield and MF'ing Snakes on a Plane would have been like. :)

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Bitter Balcony joins the rumpus with Where The Wild Things Are!

 
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Where The Wild Things Are

It took 40 years for our good pals in Hollywood to bring the 10-sentence children’s book “Where the Wild Things Are” to reel life. While the Maurice Sendak classic left producers on a two- generational creative stomp, this beloved adventure was mostly fortunate to have fallen on Spike Jonze’s lap. For Jonze, who hadn’t done a feature film since 2002’s “Adaptation," he boldly interprets Sendak’s study of childhood rage. Jonze’s movie will probably polarize Sendak’s fan base as well as adults who unintentionally took their children to Freudian mindwarp rather than a shallow puppet showcase. Wow, a family movie that’s dark and smart, now that wild!

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Minimalist Tim Burton movie posters

 
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Minimalist Tim Burton movie posters

There have been a lot of these minimalist movie posters going around lately.

Here are some inspired by Tim Burton's films.

Nifty stuff!

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"The Seven Samurai" Figures!

 

Sweet! "The Seven Samurai" custom-Munnys by Jon-Paul Kaiser.

Toshiro Mifune + figure = Rawks!

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Splice me up a freaky woman! Lookout: Splice

 
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Splice (2009) (to be released 2010)

“Splice” popped up on the Bitter Balcony grid a few months ago and its first teaser caught our interest. Apparently, after screening at the Sundance Film Festival, a bidding war began between Apparition, The Weinstein Company, Newmarket Films, First Look Studios and Samuel Goldwyn Films. Ultimately, "Splice" was purchased by Dark Castle Entertainment. Warner Bros. will distribute the film’s wide release on June 4. With quite the mishmash of entertainment heavyweights clamoring over this genetic mutation, we hope the movie is actually good.

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