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New Movies and Facebook

April 2, 2009 - Print to web Print to Web
Last night (Wednesday) I saw Monsters vs Aliens in 3D. The movie was quite entertaining, even tho it felt boring at times. Stephen Colbert and Seth Rogen made the movie entertaining. With Colbert communicating to the aliens by playing the Beverly Hills Cop theme and Pressing the Nuclear fallout button at the end made his character instant classic among other things. And the end of the movie with BOB breaking up with Derek was hysterical. "I'm finally happy.....even with her 14 chunks of pineapple!" This weekend however is the release of Fast and Furious (4) and Adventureland. Both will be good, as Vin Diesel (unexpectedly) makes good movies and Adventureland is by the people who wrote just about every other good comedy thats come out. Plus it is filmed entirely in Kennywood so that is a plus as well. But the next week (April 10th) sees the release of Dragonball: Evolution. I will be the first to admit, I love Dragonball, Dragonball Z... Anime in general actually. That's why I'm going to the Anime Convention this weekend. But it will be the first time I'm probably really excited to be let down, because I know it will be messed up from the source material. The character designs already prove that... but o well it should still be good!

I won't talk too much about facebook, just that a recent study was done that shows if you Facebook and or Youtube daily at work for a few minutes every hour or so, it increases your productivity and general creativity as it allows you to become distracted and refocus your mind. So that is always a plus, right?

"Boys, set the terror level at code brown, 'cause I need to change my pants."


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