The WordsEverywhere
Plagiarism is so in right now! Bradley Cooper plays a writer who writes an OK novel, but then finds a better manuscript in some old briefcase he found in Paris, and decides to pass it off as his own. Bad move! A gypsy curse befalls him, and his fingers fall off…I WISH! That would be so much better than just dealing with an old coot played by Jeremy Irons. What old PowerBook was THIS script found in?

The InbetweenersMetreon
Insanely popular British comedy based on an insanely popular TV series that proves when it comes to young people, sex, and drinking, we are all of us a united front of stupid. Just think of it as the English version of American PieU.K Meat Pasty?

The Cold Light of DayEverywhere
The only reason anyone is going to see this movie is because it stars Henry Cavill, who is the new Superman, and some probably want to know what we’re be getting into with that choice. Other than that, it’s your basic Bourne wannabe, with added star power in the form of Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver.

This is not Bridesmaids, although it is about bridesmaids, and features one of the cast members of Bridesmaids, Rebel Wilson. The movie reached a bit a fame as it was released on VOD and iTunes last month, and was a big hit–as far as VOD movie releases are concerned. Adam McKay and Will Ferrell produced it, and if that will convince some guys to go see it great. Really, it’s all about the amazing lady talent, including Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Kaplan, Isla Fisher, and the aforementioned Rebel Wilson. And since you can basically see it anywhere you damn want, there’s no excuse not to! DO IT!

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Rain Jokinen watches a lot of television and movies and then writes things about them on the Internet. She's a San Francisco native, and yeah, she'll rub that fact in your face any chance she gets.

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