The McBournie Minute: I’ve seen this before

I never thought I’d come to bash the actors I liked so much in college. I have a long history of bashing Will Ferrell for getting progressively worse, and also the evil plot to ruin the legacy of Anchorman for me by making a sequel. Now, sadly, I have to turn my sights on Vince Vaughn.

He’s a tall guy, like myself, who serves as a cautionary tale for what could happen if you give up sleeping and start eating fried chicken full-time instead. But that’s just fine. He still seems like a good guy. So why is it when he teamed up with Owen Wilson for the first time since Wedding Crashers, it bombed in the box office?

Internship was a failure for many reasons. I haven’t seen it, but I can tell you why it failed and why I couldn’t get excited for it. Continue reading The McBournie Minute: I’ve seen this before

Take it from Snee: We, the world, say enough

Most of the Guys may be a little young to remember 1985-1986, the year when you couldn’t escape “We Are the World.” Well, I had to participate in several performances of it all the way up to 1989. (Some music experts credit elementary schools’ adoration of the song as the progenitor of “Kidz Bop.” Think about that.)

Well, the ghosts of Michael Jackson and Lionel Ritchie are at it again.

Dozens of “singers”–nearly twice the number of the 1985 recording–have been invited to remake the song, with a few modified lyrics, for Haitian earthquake relief.

You’re probably wondering why I think this charitable work is a bad idea (other than that I’m horrible person who hates everything). I’m glad you kind of asked: Continue reading Take it from Snee: We, the world, say enough

MasterChugs Theater: ‘Old School’

Mitch comes home to find his insatiable girlfriend in the bedroom watching hardcore porn. He thinks all his Christmases have come at once … until he discovers the two naked strangers she’s spending time with. When your girlfriend’s hosting a mini-orgy and you’re not invited, it’s probably time to move on. So begins Old School, an absolutely hilarious comedy which follows Mitch and his buddies Frank and Beanie. They decide to drop out of the relationship rat race and rediscover their college years by opening a frat house at the local university.

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