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Upcoming Crap Coming To The Small Screen!

 

Check out this article from msn.com, the "suits" are planning a t.v spinoff for the upcoming "2012" film called "2013". It will pick up where the movie leaves off, with a trail of terrible performances and even worse directing. Hey, at least it will leave up to its "disaster" label.

http://social.entertainment.msn.com/tv/blogs/tv-buzz-blog.aspx?blog=1746...

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"Twilight" through the eyes of Bitter Balcony, in comic book form!

 
Twilight Non-fan comic!

Bitter Balcony has been known not to be a fan of Twilight, but no matter how we point out why people still question us. Because of this we have decided to go ahead and give you a preview of what we see when we watch Twilight (all one time we were able to force ourselves through it).

Just in case our Top 10 reasons NOT to see Twilight wasn't enough have a glimpse of the first lame vamp flick through our eyes.

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What do you want to see Bitter Balcony do more of?

 

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Bitter Balcony Goes Nice and Tidy With Sunshine Cleaning!

 
Sunshine Cleaning
Cleaning up after other people's messes takes on a whole new meaning in the drama-comedy “Sunshine Cleaning.” Rose (Amy Adams) is a 30-something single mom living paycheck-to-paycheck as a maid. Her sister Norah (Emily Blunt) fares even worse as a waitress still living with her dad Joe (Alan Arkin). For Rose, the bills are about to get tighter as she decides to take her son Oscar (Jason Spevack) to a private school after his constant misbehavin' has him in the dunce seat. Desperate for income, Rose resorts to her married lover and prior high-school boyfriend Mac (Steve Zahn) for some assistance. Mac, a local detective, hooks up his mistress with one of those odd jobs even Mike Rowe wouldn't touch: soaking and scrubbing blood stains from dead people's rooms.

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The "Other" 100 best quotes!

 

Thanks to Beth for submitting the link from our previous post.

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A man should be set on fire in this movie and *hint* he's behind the scenes. Man on Fire review.

 
Man on Fire (2004)

Tony Scott has been taken off the cool director list. Sure, he should have been taken off the list ages ago, but we were giving him the benefit of the doubt because 1993’s “True Romance” is on his resume. “Man on Fire” could have been pretty cool, even with Denzel Washington as the lead, but fails thanks to poor direction.

The story follows a damaged man, Creasy (Washington), who is hired by Samuel (Marc Anthony) and Lisa (Radha Mitchell) protect their young daughter. Creasy isn’t being paid very much for the job. And you get what you pay for when things start to go wrong. Creasy is shown a glimpse that life can actually be worth living by Pita (Dakota Fanning). When she is kidnapped and held for ransom, Creasy decides he has to do what he does - and slam some heads into cars* to get to the truth.

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Heroes and Villians: AFI's Top 100 List

 

We found on Bing.com AFI's Top 100 list of movie heroes and villians. Our good old friend Denzel Washington stands at #50 for his role as Alonzo Harris in "Training Day", further proof that maybe YOU CAN fool all the people all the time! The entries from this decade besides Washington's Harris are Julia Roberts' foul-mouthed crusader Erin Brockovich and Russell Crowe's Maximus from "Gladiator". Eventually, The list should add Johnny Deep's Captain Jack Sparrow in the heroes list and both Heath Ledger's Joker and Javier Bardem's Anton Chigurh as heels.

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