Tag: The Hangover: Part II
Well now you can with the release of the Todd Phillip's produced comedy Project X! Watch as a bunch of outcasts get accepted into society by partying! Watch as ridiculously rich kids waste money on inflatable balloons and other needless crap! And watch as the Riot Control uses flamethrowers to subdue those kids! Wait, what was that lost part?
Monkeys are awesome. This is one of those theories of life that are never debated, up there with the Theory of Evolution and the Origin of George Lucas’ Beard and Flannel Shirt Combo (if anything, the man has style). So by including a monkey in The Hangover: Part II, the film is already the greatest movie of all time (only equal to 12 Monkeys and MVP: Most Valuable Primate). The Hangover II made the right decision by including one of our primate brethren in the confines of its film, but other movie sequels were less thoughtful. Thus, here are the six films that would have benefited most from including everyone’s favorite simians.
Summer 2011 is huge. I've said it once, and I will say it again. Because of the somewhat "overstuffed" nature of the season, it's rather natural for some films to be pushed out of the public eye. Not every wide release this year will make $200 million dollars. They could be huge movies, but they will eventually become the casualty of a crowded marketplace. It's sad, but true. So which films will rise up to the top of the mound and conquer the Summer Box Office? Here's our picks.
It's kind of shocking to see all the films being released this summer. There's going to be almost 50 wide release movies in the next four months alone! Superhero blockbusters, comedy mega giants, and animated behemoths await us during this busy movie season. Literally every week will see another blockbuster unleashed upon movie theaters. It seems like such a daunting task to sort through them all, doesn't it? But we here at TheMoviePool slogged through cinematic high waters to bring you the information you need. Posters, trailers, pictures, and more await as we give you the skinny on every high profile movie releasing this summer. Summer 2011 is going to be big...and we're going to kick it off in style. Without furthur ado, here's Part One of our massive four part guide to Summer 2011 At the Movies.
A good comedy sequel is really hard to come by. In fact, I can only name a couple (Christmas Vacation and Back to the Future II, if anyone was wondering). While I am sure there are more out there, these are the first two that pop into my mind. From the get go, I knew a second Hangover would be tricky. How can you maintain the momentum and surprise of the first film when you already know the characters and basic plot?
Do the exact same thing that worked last time, apparently.