Here is an interesting IMDb list of the movies that begin with the ending (only movies that have an IMDb rating of 8/10 or higher are included). Before you click through to it, how many movies can you name? I got just over 10.
Now have a look at the list. Have you got any that are not in there?
Lifehacker reports some good news for movie loving owners of Android devices:
Movie streaming service Popcorn Time has had some trouble staying in business (for obvious reasons), but it’s back on Android with a free, open source app that streams movies directly to your device.P
The service works by downloading torrents in the background while you watch. As with any service like this, both legal films as well as illegal, copyrighted movies show up, so it’s up to you to decide how you use it. Unlike the web-based versions of the last couple months, though, it won’t be as easy to pull the plug on an open source app.
Here is the direct link to Popcorn Time on Google Play Store.
Ferguson broke the news to his studio audience at the 5 p.m. Pt taping of Monday’s edition of “Late Late Show.” In a statement issued by the network he quipped: “CBS and I are not getting divorced, we are ‘consciously uncoupling,’ but we will still spend holidays together and share custody of the fake horse and robot skeleton, both of whom we love very much.”
These are sad news indeed. Of all the late night shows that are easily reachable (so, Jon Stewart is off limits), I enjoyed the “Late Late Show” the most. Gladly, at least, the previous episodes are available on their YouTube channel.
I’m watching TV series “The Bridge“, and in the 5th episode of the 1st season there was this great scene where two Mexican thugs are discussing what’s a serial killer. The TV series are not a comedy by any means, and the whole scene is done with a straight face, but I think it’s one of the funniest things I’ve seen recently.
New York Post runs an interesting article on which props are used in movies for scenes showing drug use. Parts of it are interesting, parts of it are funny.
“I’ve worked on shows where actors have wanted to smoke the real thing, and I was constantly fighting to take away their real bags,” Albinski says. “Oregano smells so much like the real thing, you have to check carefully to make sure they haven’t switched it out.”
This is hilarious … The reactions I mean, not the episode.
It’s been a really long time since I saw a comedy which was funny in a smart way. Yesterday however I had excellent time watching “In the loop“. It’s political, satirical and smart. No toilet humor, no teenage sex humor. It’s modern, yet it stays away from references that won’t be understood ten years down the road. There are a few familiar faces in the cast, but not too much. And, there is plenty of awesome English swearing, which, though, can be understood.
Overall, 5 out of 5. Highly recommended, unless swearing upsets you.