Tuesday, March 24, 2009

5.52 - The One with Jed...I

The Force is Strong with this One

Monday, March 16, 2009

5.51 - The One with the Killer Bunnies

I've been getting a little flack from one of my tweets this weekend:

I wasn't really killing bunnies...at least not the furry, fuzzy, alive kind...so Lesley...you can breathe a little easier. We were playing one of the most bizarre, funny, random, and fun game ever. The game is called: Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot. Now you're intrigued...aren't you?

Killer Bunnies & the Quest for the Magic Carrot is a fast paced, action filled card game, in which you must try to keep as many Bunnies alive as possible, while eliminating your opponents' Bunnies. The problem: Your opponents are armed with weapons and will stop at nothing to keep you from winning the game, which can get dreadfully vengeful, horribly nasty, hilariously messy, and just plain fun!
[via Killer Bunnies]

So who wants to kill some bunnies?

Friday, March 13, 2009

5.50 - The One with the sign to customers

If only...

[via Ctrl+Alt+del]

Monday, March 09, 2009

5.49 - The One with the Watchmen

Who watches the Watchmen?

Being a comic book fan, I've heard of Watchmen, but I never actually read it until I started seeing trailers for the movie. So I picked up my brothers copy and read through it pretty quickly. It's not your typical comic and it really did read more like a paperback novel rather than a comic book. Having seen my share of comic book movies, I wasn't sure how they could pull this one off. You've got your good (The Dark Knight, Spider-Man 2, 300, Sin City), the bad (Fantastic Four, Daredevil) and the ugly (Batman & Robin). I heard Zach Snyder (who did 300) was the director...so I knew that if anyone could pull this movie off...it would be him.

So I went to go see Watchmen this past weekend and was no disappointed. The movie was long, and did drag at parts, but it was one of the closest comic book adaptations I have ever seen. Although some parts were left out (probably due to time restrictions), some parts were different than the book, it still held the same backbone of the graphic novel. Jackie Earle Haley is Rorschach...he does an amazing job of bringing that character to life. The rest of the actors were good...but Haley's Rorschach is something else.

I can't recommend this movie to everyone...it's not your typical comic book movie. There's a deep story and at times is very violent. It's definitely not for kids. If you thought The Dark Knight pushed it...Watchmen pushes it even further. If you've read the graphic novel...this is a must see.

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

5.48 - The One with the half million dollar shot

Watch this video...it's a pretty elaborate prank...I love it!

[via College Humor]