Ok I just finished Lewis Black: In God We Trust and of course I thought it was hilarious but then again I'm such a huge fan of Lewis Black. He hits on all the usual subject, that being politics and the mind numbing stupidity behind it all. And of course he makes fun of AT&T, Apple, Android, and social media and he manages to bring Sarah Palin into Farmville in the funniest way. Of course his material is not for the young or those who can't handle a little bad language because he use's a lot of it! You have to see this stand up special, it's so damn funny!
Well I finally got to see the film Hank And Mike and I think I'll just let the plot speak for it's self.
Two blue-collar Easter Bunnies get fired and try their hand at an assortment of odd jobs, failing at each. Fighting depression, debt and eventually each other, their lives start to unravel until they realize that without their job they are nothing.
Ok now yeah you read that right, it's about guys in bunny costumes acting like they are really human bunnies. It may sound like a dumb film but you will laugh your ass off watching these guys walking around and living a normal life all while wearing the bunny suit. Also the while film is funny, it's kind of dumb but it will make you laugh over and over. Give it a shot, it's on Netflix Instant, what have you got to loose!
Well well well, what to say about this film.... 30 Minutes or Less was alright....I guess. It was just dumb humor that really left me wanting more, much more. I'm not saying it's a bad film, it's just not worth more than a rental. The acting was alright, the plot was dumb, the script was poorly written, and the ending don't even get me started on that horrible ending. Basically if you have an hour and a half to kill and kind of hate yourself then give it a shot, what's the worst that could happen?
Well I just finish an interesting film called What the Bleep Do We Know!? or What the #$*! Do We Know!? on Netflix. First of all it's a documentary with a film interlaced into it that relates directly to what they are talking about. Oh and what they are talking about is the spiritual connection between quantum physics and human consciousness and how we are all one, we are all connected to God, everything exists in an infinite number of existences, and of course the idea that we are not really here and our brain just can't see it. Kind of makes the Matix look simple doesn't it?