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A fairly good SNL movie, but an SNL movie all the same. Happy Birthday, Queen.
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Hi this is Mike from the SubStream.com and this Watch this Instead for Weekend in the 21st of May 2010. It is very important holiday this weekend long weekend for us in Canada because something very important happens with one of the different queens which is in charge of our country at some point in the past 700 years you died, got born and got married or became the queen in celebrate this by drinking a case of beer and looking at pale babes and dudes and brand new swim suits that they bought in the basement level of the bay.
So in difference of the make 24 we can do this very short. Also coming up this weekend is movie called the MacGruber which is directed by a guy named Jorma Taccone who lives the handsome way in my opinion.
Of the three guys from the lonely island website who then later of the strength that they will do digital movies that made for the internet win and blurred for Saturday Night Live where they made a punch of really funny digital short for us and now. Jorma Taccone the handsome one is directed I think it’s the first movies that is directed. MacGruber with Will Forte who’s one of the featured players on a Saturday night who play of course place on SNL and in the movie version MacGruber who’s the legitimately very funny sand up of the absolutely ripe propriety given that has bit on TV for 15 plus years.
MacGyver character, the bad news is that MacGruber is a Saturday Night live film which is kind of a kiss of death historically speaking despite success like the Blues Brothers and Wayne’s world. The good news is that it’s probably the best Saturday Night films since Wayne’s World the semi bad news on top of the good news that went on top of the first bad news is that’s not same very much.
It’s about 33 % funnier than you think it would be but that doesn’t make it really like a 10 and a 10 or a 9 or an 8 or 7 more than 6.4 out of 10 which is I guess solidly disposable make you laugh surprisingly funny Saturday night Live movie.
What makes it work is that they are brave enough or they got permission from the studio which is kind of hard begun to think to make the movie a hard hour. It’s not for kids and the MacGruber character of all the kind of theoretically Saturday Night Live movies is the one that’s benefit in the mouse from being turned in the kind of movie for adults.
MacGruber on Saturday Night Live is funny and bumbling in the movie he is like incredibly, incredibly violent incredibly sexes and much, much funnier being directed by Jorma Taccone. The film also works because of an actor like Val Kilmer you wouldn’t know he looks kind of weird he’s not aging gracefully, certainly not the way that you would expect all Hollywood leading man ages his heads kind of growing that way. It’s like head side burns and then another 4 inches of head and then ears which I don’t even — I’m a person who has a big head, I don’t understand the way his head is some kind of hyper head like a 5th fight dimensional head at this point but watching it is a pleasure and you reminded that it is an actually a really good actor and is kind of got a really, kind a slice settles and sense of humor.
So if you are heading up to the cabin or the cottage or if you are from Ontario this weekend from May to four you don’t want to stay inside and see MacGruber and there’s no movie theater in the small town of the year drinking your beer and looking at Pale Babes. Stop by a little video story and you can find Spartan directed by David Mamet which stars Van Kilmer right at the beginning of this kind of unfortunate slide enthusiastic participation in the series and directive video thriller movies.
It’s nothing like MacGruber in fact it’s one of the kind of action movies that MacGruber kind of makes fun of but he’s really enjoyable and Mamet directing an action movie makes it weird and often and is really enjoyable and a kind of off kill your way or the Watch of Willow replacement marketing.