Archive for the ‘ Clip Show ’ Category

Secondhand Embarrassment

Once in a while a scene is overwhelmingly embarrassing that you have to shield your eyes.  With a strong first installment, Spider-man had the title of highest grossing opening weekend.  By its second sequel, Spider-man turned into an emo man freak courtesy of venom.  While the choice was made for the developmental arc of Peter Parker, the emo turn had Tobey Mcguire acting a fool and the audience feeling embarrassment for him.  Enjoy the cringe-worthy secondhand embarrassment.

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Wedding Season


It seems like my parents and friends have been going to a whole slew of weddings recently.  Unfortunately I have not had the same opportunity to indulge in bad catered food and an open bar.  Here’s to the brides in their wedding glow and to the bridesmaids having to embrace bridezilla on their big day.

The Tale of the Three Brothers

A while back in my review of The Deathly Hallows Part 1, I described my favorite scene from the film to be the animated story of the 3 brothers explaining the origins of the deathly hallows.  Well that scene has finally surfaces on you tube and I wanted to share it with you all (click photo to watch).

I currently am re-watching the Harry Potter series in anticipation for The Deathly Hallows Part 2.  Harry Potter is such an important part of my generations youth and once the credits on The Deathly Hallows Part 2 roll I am considering childhood to be over.

Happy Rapture

Hope the world doesn’t end, but if it does…Happy Rapture.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas from Cinema, I Love You!  Enjoy the sweet music from Billy Mack (Bill Nighly) from Love Actually.

Heeeere’s Cinema, I Love You

So sorry for the lack of post recently.  The summer has begun and i plan on getting back to it! Here’s a quick clip from The Shining.  I have been watching a lot of Kubrick recently and this is one of his more famous films

Are You Suggesting Coconuts Migrate?

Monty Python was a British comedy group that was hugely influential in the late 60’s, 70’s and early 80’s.  Their work is regarded as one of the most distinguished sketch comedy groups and have influenced countless other comedians and troupes.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail is one of their most well known movies and one of my all time favorite comedies.  It was a movie that in my youth I would watch over and over.  I am refraining from posting the entire movie, even though it is that funny, instead i am just posting the opening scene were coconuts are debated.