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Friday, August 25, 2006

Angry Alien Ghosts, American Idol, and Alice Cooper

Ghosts of Mars is the Greatest Movie EVER! And don't let any Closet Dino-sympathizers tell you differently. (^_~)


3 Minutes, 37 Seconds In:
Ice Cube, Master thespian! Witness his staggering range of emotions:
Angry.

Miffed.

Irritated.

11 Minutes, 41 Seconds In:

Natasha Henstridge at her finest.

14 Minutes, 30 Seconds In:

Big Daddy Manson -- er, I mean, "Mars".


Big Daddy Mars has got the public speaking skillz.

18 Minutes, 31 Seconds In:

Tetsujin 28, aka Gigantor. Recognize!

3 Comments:

At 11:18 PM, Anonymous Niku said...

Man have you been cranking things out. They remain super entertaining nonetheless, so I'm not going to complain.

HOWEVER what is with all these DARK AND DREARY movies about the HIP HOP and the KILLIN'S? We need wholesome movies! We need family friendly entertainment! We need Short Circuit 2.

 
At 8:05 AM, Blogger Gooberzilla said...

Short Circuit 2 is definitely podcast worthy. As is Highlander 2 and Weekend at Bernie's 2. And possibly 2 Fast 2 Furious. Most movies with the numeral 2 in them seem to be instant nominees for Greatest and Worst podcasts.

There should be some more family-friendly material soon. Expect reviews of Labyrinth, The Iron Giant, The Last Unicorn, and Batman: The Movie at some point in the future.

 
At 5:33 PM, Anonymous Daryl Surat said...

I would like to express my strong disappointment at the fact that you went through an entire review of Ghosts of Mars without spending a significant amount of time--indeed, not even MENTIONING--the most vitally important part of the movie:

The part at the end with the chromed out submachineguns.

 

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