Mike Myers to Add Pepe Le Pew To His Voice Resume
At this rate I'd be surprised to ever see Mike Myers' face in a movie again. Slash Film reports that "it seems that everyone’s favorite lovelorn skunk is going to be coming to the big screen and that he’ll be voiced not by the late Mel Blanc, but »»
Austin Powers Collection: Shagadelic Edition - Blu-ray Review
This set is good for some laughs every once and again, but dropping at least forty bucks for something you probably already have on DVD or have seen recently on cable really isn't necessary. Not to mention that the special features are incredibly disappointing and don't bring about any urge to keep on sitting down and spending more time listening to things like "randy," "Yeah, Baby!", and "goooolllllddddd!" »»
29th Annual Golden Raspberry Award Nominees
In a time when people are scrambling all over to pick the best films of last year and nominate then eight different ways from Sunday, The Razzies show up to point out the worst films of 2008.
Shrek The Third - Blu-ray Review
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It's the circle of life. You go through the early stages of your life figuring out who you are and eventually accepting who you are. That's when you are able to find the love of your life and settle down. Now it's time to »»
The Love Guru - DVD Review
Mike Myers is essentially playing the same character over and over again. Guru Pitka is like a bad combination of Austin Powers and Wayne, except he is just dressed up a little differently. But Myers is still doing his same old routine. But the movie is at its best when it's not featuring Myers on screen, who basically just mugs at the camera far too many times. »»
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