Thursday, December 30, 2010

Jon Lovitz: Get to Know Him

The AV Club’s Random Roles feature can be hit-or-miss, depending on how open the subject is to an examination of their cinematic C.V.

But they hit one out of the park with their Jon Lovitz feature.

Some comments:

  • If you ever did a movie with Jon Lovitz, he considers you a close personal friend.
  • He had a choice between SNL and filming “Mom & Dad Save the World”. Let that one sink in.
  • Him and Dana Carvey were the original stars of “Bad Boys”.  If you’ve recovered from the last bullet point, let *that* one sink in.
  • The interview comes to a screeching halt when NewsRadio is brought up. He really doesn’t like Andy Dick.
  • Pretty sure that if Woody Allen asked him to blow him, he would.
  • If it were up to him, Eddie Murphy would have won multiple Oscars.  Not for Dreamgirls or even Coming to America.  Nope, for The Nutty Professor franchise.


Podcast 12.002 – Loud Refrigerators, Just Letting it Be, and Boobicon

Goose packed up his Gateway 2000 laptop and microphones so we could go mobile with this one.  Either Goose’s wife can’t handle high levels of mirth or there’s possibly some other explanation.

Irregardless (my hot new word for 2011), our itch to record podcasts has again flared up. 

After the jump comes a lot of audio/visual references to references we made.

If you aren’t already subscribed, search iTunes for “Popcorn Trick” or click here.

UPDATE: It’s showing up in some people’s iTunes, but not others. What worked for me was right-clicking “The Popcorn Trick” in the Podcasts section and choosing “Show all available episodes”.  Also, removing and re-adding the podcast should work.

Enjoy yourself.

A live version of the intro/outro music Goose chose:

The full list of movies that I extracted from Comcast On Demand and sent to Goose (note the solitary exclamation point by Hot Dog):

  • Butch Cassidy & Sundance Kid
  • Cop & 1/2
  • Darjeeling Limited
  • Deck the Halls
  • Great Outdoors
  • Hot Dog: The Movie (YES!)
  • Jack (Robin Williams as a kid in an adult's body)
  • Loch Ness (Danson investigates Nessie)
  • Nell
  • Nine Lives (Paris Hilton trapped in a Scottish castle)
  • Radio
  • Robot Holocaust
  • The Rock
  • Ski School
  • Ski Patrol
  • Street Fighter
  • Taxi
  • Three O'clock High
  • Time Guardian (Dean Stockwell, Carrie Fisher)
  • You Belong to Me (Lifetime movie w/ Shannon Elizabeth: Alex discovers that her young colleague Michael has an obsessive interest in her. Driven by her rejection, he attempts murder-suicide. She survives, he does not. He returns from the grave and she must fight his supernatural power)

The original storyboard for Dolly Parton’s “Straight Talk”:

Because we mentioned Paul Harvey, here’s possibly the best spoof of his unique delivery and aesthetic style:

“Be that as it may, Alex, those people have never been in my kitchen”

Here are both of the Gylne Tider videos:


And an example of what Michael Winslow could have done, if he were only given the chance:

And what may warrant its own blog post/podcast at some point soonish, the most underrated celebrity all-star charity video:

A trailer for what should have been Sherilyn Fenn’s primary Gylne Tider credit:

A trailer for Goose’s favorite thing of 2010:

Could not find an embeddable clip of “Louie”, but watch the poker scene and prepare to be blown away.  It manages to be simultaneously funny, insightful, moving, and then funny again.

Goose’s favorite album of 2010:

Cline’s favorite album of 2010:

Saw this live and it was awesome (“I don’t know. Take it easy, bro.”):

Goose made a brief mention of the pool scene. We use a GoPro camera for that scene.  This is all a circuitous excuse to show this awesome video of a GoPro attached to a turtle:

Thanks for listening and reading!  Happy New Year!

Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas

Werner Herzog is awesome. Even fake ones. That is all. Merry Christmas.

"Grandma got run over by a...truck."

Obviously a video starring many of the Dallas Mavericks "singing" Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer" would be easy to tear apart and make fun of. But you know what? I think it's great. Too often we view sports professionals as fun-hating, money grubbing robots. To see them act human is refreshing, and I applaud everyone involved. Of course, Jason Kidd is conspicuously absent, so fuck him.

Merry Christmas everyone!

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Guinea Pigs. Cocaine. Wigs.

I'd like to meet Chad Holt, the subject of the documentary, Total Badass. Not hang out with him, mind you, but meet him.

Bridge Porn

I know, the title doesn't inspire much excitement. Bridges? But you'll be surprised. By the third bridge, you'll be telling yourself, "Hey, these bridges are pretty cool." But the sixth bridge you'll be saying, "Huh, I wish there were more bridges closer to me so I could check them out." And by the tenth bridge you'll be saying, "Fuck it, I'm going to Austria to cross that fucking thing."

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tajazzle - The 3 Step System for Hot Women

Really, they couldn't just go all in and name the product "Vajazzle?"

I'm not 100% sure what the product is offering, but it seems like it's a 3 step system that includes...

1. A powder that makes you smell better made from the best all natural ingredients (horse hooves and cilantro? That's my guess).

2. Tajazzle syrup you're supposed to slather all over your private areas. And yet, wouldn't this form a paste-like substance then? That doesn't sound up to Tajazzle standards. Of course, I'm not a Tajazzle customer so who am I to question?

3. A bedazzler for you whoo-nay (for those women that think their tramp stamp just isn't making enough of a statement).

And why not? If you're that strikingly beautiful woman at the gym that just doesn't have any luck with men, Tajazzle will put you over the hump. At the very least you'll smell nice and be sticky in all the right places. And you'll be able to run at night in skimpy clothing and not have to worry about not being reflective!

ALF Bloopers

Who knew ALF was such a racist?

While I certainly don't know the context of some of this, I think some of the racist stuff is based on ALF (or the person behind ALF) pretending to have Tourette's Syndrome. I did enjoy that Andrea Elson, who played daughter Lynn, seemed to have no problem spewing profanity in front of the rest of the cast.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

RIP Steve Landesberg

If you don't know who Steve Landesberg is, then shame on you.

Deadpan delivery, the man was a great comedic actor. I feel bad that his death is what reminds me about how good he was on Barney Miller. And if you're not a Barney Miller fan, then shame on you more!

Hypnotizing Skateboard Video

I'm a sucker for speeding up and slowing down motion in film. And skateboarding seems to be the perfect activity to showcase that style. Take a look...

Monday, December 20, 2010

Christmas Caroling with GWAR

If you're going to do some caroling, why not do it in the style that everyone will love...the style of GWAR!

RIP Captain Beefheart

News struck late Friday afternoon that Don Van Vliet, better known as Captain Beefheart, passed away.

Now, I'll never be able to explain the man behind the name, so if you're interested, start out here. If you are a Zappa fan but have never heard of Beefheart, I suggest you look into him some. His influences on music are definitely felt today. While his masterpiece, Trout Mask Replica, may be one of the more difficult albums you could listen to, don't let it turn you off. Either give it another try (or ten), or check out some of his more accessible stuff.

And now for a sample of his sound...

Go on with your bad self, Captain Beefheart. I'm not even sure God will know how to respond to the concert you're playing for him right now.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Russell Brand Goes Off

Regardless of what you think of Russell Brand, this is pretty amazing. See what he does when he's asked a simple question, in character, at a table reading for The Tempest...

The Live Action Yogi Bear Movie

Just imagine, as you're standing in line for the new Yogi Bear movie, how awesome it would be as a live-action movie...

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Movie Trailer: The Mechanic 2010

Apparently, the Charles Bronson movie, The Mechanic, is being remade with Jason Statham...

I have nothing against Jason Statham. In fact, I enjoyed him both Guy Ritchie films he was in. Never saw any of the Transporter films, but they serve a purpose and I'm sure they're decent action films.

But I'm just not sure Statham can pull off Charles Bronson...

First of all, while the 2010 Mechanic has Donald Sutherland, and you really can't go wrong with Sutherland, Bronson's mechanic has a brash young Jan Michael Vincent.

Point Bronson.

Also, I find it extremely disheartening that while the remake trailer has over 577,000 views on Youtube, the original's trailer has 1,402. While I guess it's possible the remake will shed some light on the original, I'm not holding my breath.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

New Ok Go Video

Unfortunately, they're never going to top their Rube Goldberg video. But I'll appreciate the creativity and the effort to push the boundaries. They might want to stop referring to themselves as a band and maybe pick up the title "performance artist."

They are doing right though.

The Vin Diesel Franchise Returns

While the action certainly looks faster and furiouser, I can't follow the Shakespearean plot they've set up. Looks like I'm going to have to go back and watch the previous 4. so I can go into this one caught up...

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Lego Gore

Remember when you would get your Legos out and build a boat or a car, and then the space Legos came out and you could build spaceships?

Yeah, this is nothing like that.

These are not your childhood Legos.

Manmade Roller Coaster?

Let me preface my editorial about the following video by saying this - in now way could I ever aspire to create what these college kids did. The accomplishment is truly astounding and they should be lauded for their ingenuity.

That said...

Seriously? Describing this as a roller coaster seems a little flimsy. I'd probably go with fully enclosed half-pipe experience, since, you know you kinda just go back and forth a bit. And really, calling it the Reverse Cow Girl? We get it college students, you're irreverent, and without your parents around to admonish you, the immaturity explodes like that dude from Monty Python's Meaning of Life. Also, maybe think about the video maybe for about 4 seconds before shooting it?

In fact why don't you just take a gander at the masters...

2010 Black List

Gaining more and more popularity every year, the Hollywood Black List is a subjective "best of" list of unproduced movie scripts floating around. Sometimes they get made, sometimes they don't.

Anyway, this year's list is out, and I have to say, I'm completely underwhelmed. It looks less like a list of cool, quirky scripts that take a risk, and more like a whiteboard on the lot of a major production company. Like most cool things in life, it appears (at least to me) the list has been compromised, and commercialism has reared its head, and swallowed it whole.

But take a look for yourself, and see if there's anything there that makes you get excited for film.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Riding Bikes into a Lake

Title pretty much says exactly what you're going to get with this video...

...except it's just really well done. Think Jackass style stunts, shot by talented filmmakers. Also, keep an eye out for:

brief sex appeal


Friday, December 10, 2010

Slow News Day in Louisiana

It's hard for me to take this picture seriously. I mean there's simply too many red flags...anonymous person...the destroyed camera, yet perfectly posed shot...the gaunt looking creature that still resembles a human...if you told me it was an attempt at viral marketing for The Walking Dead I would say kudos. But, I'll let you decide...

I'm sure safety measures were followed.

Remind me, if I ever travel to Russia in the near future, and I'm approached by a group of teenagers, and they suggest that I just have to try bungee jumping with them, that I shouldn't ever do it. Because this looks...well let's just say if they did it again I'd wager it would have a different result.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

"Psychedelic Heroin!"

Early 80s PSAs are great. Early 80s Drug PSAs are even greater. Like drugs. (I don't think I got the message of this PSA)

I enjoy the fact that the very first drug that is shouted out is PCP! Jesus Christ! I lived in the 80s and I don't remember the desire for PCP. But I guess I lived in the White Shadow world, and not the black girl's Madonna world.

Top Chef Recap: Thank God There Was No Ben Stiller Cameo

I know I'm 2 weeks late with my Top Chef musings, but let's blame it on the hectic holiday season.

At first, when I heard about the Top Chef: All Stars show, I was lukewarm on the idea. I thought it was nothing more than a gimmick, like the when Survivor would bring back players. But after the first show I was pleasantly surprised. These chefs had something to prove, and they didn't really care who they ticked off to prove it. Most, extremely confident in their skills, regardless of how they fared in their specific Top Chef episode, and they wanted to show it.

So it was no surprise when Elia was eliminated in week 1. It never seemed like she wanted to be there, she didn't cook with any enthusiasm, and honestly she was a boring character. That's not really an indictment on her personality either; I'm sure she's a great person and has plenty of vibrance (I would imagine a good chef would have to have this). I just think, once she stepped on the set, the memories came rushing back, and she didn't want any part of it all over again. Fair enough.

That's what made the elimination from week 2 such a shock - and a stark contrast. Jen, during her original season, showed off a lot of skill and talent, and that carried her far into the competition. Regardless of how difficult the situation of the challenge was (I understand the sleep deprivation was probably difficult for the chefs, but they all had to cope), she still took pork belly, what I consider to be one of the five greatest things on Earth, and made it not good. That's a pretty egregious offense.

Did I want her to leave? Nope. I always liked Jen and thought she had the ability to go far. Do I think the decision was controversial? Not really. Obviously, we can only rely on the judges reactions, but I don't buy any conspiracy to get Jen off the show. She has a great television personality, and if anything, I think the judges would try to keep her on longer. I think she made a bad dish, didn't want to admit it to herself, and lashed out a bit at the judges. Sorry to see you go Jen, I wish you weren't eliminated.

With that said, let's look at the rest of the chefs, and give some odds on how far they might make it...

Tiffani Faison
Odds to win: 4-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 10-1

Losing in the finale of her season, Tiffani has a chip on her shoulder and something to prove. I think she has a chance to go a long way here, even with her whiny "I thought T-Rexes ate EVERYTHING! Whaaaah."

Stephen Asprinio
Odds to win: 12-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 8-1

Stephen is a perfectionist, which will take him a long way, but I'm not certain of his cooking skills. I think he'll last long enough to show off his ridiculous wine knowledge, but after that, he's probably gone.

Marcel Vigneron
Odds to win: 3-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 25-1

Marcel, the villain's villain has so far taken a fairly low key approach up to now. Sure, he talked a little shit in an interview in episode 2, but that was to the camera and not to the other chefs. So far, he has been a team player (as much as he can be a team player) and has cooked well. I'm sure he's due for some drama (the previews suggest as much) but Marcel has a way of surviving them.

Casey Thompson
Odds to win: 12-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 5-1

Casey hit her stride right when she needed to in her season, and rode the wave all the way to the finale. But I don't think she has the ability to keep up with the talent with some of the other chefs in the kitchen now. Her palate, which is her strength, won't help her much in these early episodes, and I can see her getting eliminated in the next few weeks.

Tre Wilcox
Odds to win: 8-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 5-1

Inconsistency seems to be Tre's moniker this season. And he never does well with others, it seems. Left on his own, I think he can go pretty far, so it depends on how many "team" challenges there are that he has to get through.

Dale Levitski
Odds to win: 6-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 7-1

Dale might have been the biggest to make the finals during his season. Having an epiphany at the time, I think the show helped him find his love for cooking again. And he's definitely come into All Stars with a mission. Confident, catty and brash, Dale came to win. Do I think he can? No. But he surprised people before and I'm sure he can do it again. His problem might be that the drama (which seems to be higher with this group) within this season is too juicy for him to ignore.

Richard Blais
Odds to win: 3-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 20-1

My odds on favorite to win, Richard brings creativity and seems to cook with a purpose - using different techniques to support his cooking and not overshadow it. I think he was the favorite to win his season and was upset when he didn't. And he'll be the first to admit it. He definitely has something to prove.

Antonia Lofaso
Odds to win: 15-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 4-1

Antonia doesn't seem to bring much to the table. I think she's trying to fly under the radar, and while that can sometimes work, I don't think she'll be able to much longer. Some of the chefs involved here won't allow it.

Spike Mendelsohn
Odds to win: 9-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 9-1

Spike is an enigma, which is exactly the way he wants it. Probably the one chef that will play the most mind games, he has sneaky talent and I think his strategy is to try to guess what the chefs want and cook toward that. Whether that will work or not in the later episodes remains to be seen. But I think he views the show more as a reality competition than a cooking show. That will take him far, but I'm not sure it can get him the win.

Dale Talde
Odds to win: 10-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 5-1

Dale gets angry too quickly. That can't help his cooking. I think his technique is good, but wonder if he can cook on the fly when the pressure is there.

Carla Hall
Odds to win: 7-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 4-1

Much like Dale (the gay, muscular one), Carla came on strong late and made a surprise appearance in the finale of her season, which shows she knows what she's doing. Again, I think her season might have not been one of the stronger ones however, and I'm not sure she can handle the talent here. But she could surprise.

Jamie Lauren
Odds to win: 18-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 4-1

Much like Elia, I don't think Jamie wants to be in the competition. The hand cut controversy aside, I think she realized during the museum challenge, just how taxing this show can be, and doesn't want to put up with it. I think in a straight up cooking challenge, she would probably do well, but the obstacles the chefs have to deal with each week will be her downfall.

Fabio Viviani
Odds to win: 50-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 6-1

Fabio is in over his head. I'm sure he's a great chef, but I don't think he can compete on this level. He has a great accent and makes great tv, which is why I think he was asked back. He'll survive a few more episodes, but the other chefs already have started working against him in subtle ways, and that's going to explode soon. Which is a shame, because I like Fabio, and I think he just wants to cook without any of the bullshit that this show creates for the chefs.

Mike Isabella
Odds to win: 30-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 7-1

Another "middle" chef in the All Stars, I think Mike has talent, but he lets too much other stuff throw him off his game. Very little chance for him to win, especially with Jen off the show, who was with him in his original season and I think respected him and complimented him enough to help him keep going.

Tiffany Derry
Odds to win: 5-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 15-1

Tiffany, a great chef has big upset potential to make the finals and actually win this whole thing. Grounded, humble but hugely talented, I think she's got a chance here.

Angelo Sosa
Odds to win: 8-1
Odds to be eliminated next week: 8-1

Angelo is a true wildcard. Extremely talented, I think he tries to play the mind games, but he's too sensitive to be really effective with it. I think he thinks everyone else is playing mind games often when that isn't the case. That will be his downfall. Still, his talent will take him far.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Hobo with a Shotgun

Not sure how to take this one...

On the one hand, I can get behind a trailer that was made into a movie, which this allegedly started as. I can also get behind Rutger Hauer movies. And Rutger Hauer playing a hobo sounds delectable.

However, on the other hand, these wink, wink nod to the audience movies don't do it for me. Other than Big Trouble in Little China, I can't think of a movie that succeeded in purposefully parodying the B movie. I thought both parts of Grindhouse failed (though for different reasons. At least Tarantino attempted to give us something different. Rodriguez just gave us gore and copied the structure of every bad late 70's/early 80's horror movie. But since we were in on the joke, nothing felt fresh or original. I guess it's ironic that the best part of Grindhouse were the trailers, which of course led to the making of this movie. We live in a Catch-22 world).

Anyway, I assume there is an audience for stuff like this, so I hope it succeeds, if nothing more for the creators of the movie. I will say this - it's hard to come up with a better title than Hobo with a Shotgun.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Monday, December 6, 2010

The Celebrity Cameo Videos to End All Celebrity Cameo Videos

Before I get into this in a little more detail, watch this video...

Back? Need a minute? 15 minutes? Smelling salts? Frankly, nothing would surprise me. This video is a trailer from the Norwegian show Gylne Tider. And apparently, the premise is exactly what the trailer suggests - 3 Norwegian guys meeting celebrities.

So, at least the above video makes sense. Not a whole lot, but it's Norway, it's dark a lot, and I can see something like this being popular. So popular that it would beg for a sequel, correct?

I'm not sure where to start. I like to think I could come up with a comparable list of B, C, D and Z celebrities, but honestly, I'm not 100% sure.

Here's my top 10 list of "perfect" celebrities that show up, in descending order...

10. Corbin Bernsen
9. Alberto Tomba
8. Rick Schroeder - 2 reasons his inclusion is awesome: 1. Because I bet he demanded to be called "Rick." 2. Because his credit is The Champ. It's a movie from 1979!
7. Larry Drake - Better known as Benny from L.A. Law. Though I really wish they went with Dr. Giggles there. (The doctor is out...of his mind!)
6. Jamie Walters - you know Ray, from 90210. The guy who hit Donna! And then went on to have an illustrious singing career...possibly in Norway, I'm not really sure.
5. Bud Spencer (Spaghetti western director) Umm...yeah.
4. Roger Moore (obviously if you're going to have a Bond villain in the previous video, you find the best Bond to follow it up)
3. Right Said Fred - Might be the biggest coup, since who would have any idea where to find them.
2. Rednex - Ooops, spoke too soon.
1. Phillip Michael Thomas (I swear this might be a computer generated image - the guy hasn't changed a lick!)

Some other random thoughts...

Seriously, they couldn't go Kerrigan/Harding? Was Kerrigan too hard a get? (Though Witt has aged very gracefully! Until she does that air guitar.)

Jason Alexander seems just a little too excited to be included in this.

Phillip Michael Thomas seems to have the perfect level of excitement to be included in this.

I'm fascinated how this comes together. Obviously, it's computer generated, and these celebrities aren't on some beach all lip synching a Beatles song. But how did this Norwegian television show get this footage. Do they interview these celebrities and on the way out, at the end, ask them to lip sync a few bars? And then did Phillip Michael Thomas ad lib the air guitar or was that in the script? Did David Faustino actually approach them? I need the answers to these questions!

Shocked Mickey Rourke didn't participate in the lip synching.

Jason Alexander has to be the biggest get right? He certainly doesn't need the exposure of something like this. So he's just doing this because...?

For celebrity that pulls the whole thing off with the most dignity (or least amount of dignity lost), I'd have to say it's a tie between Glenn Close and Judd Nelson. Understated and brief appearances. Kudos to you two!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Old People Fight Club

I love everything about this ad for Blu-Ray except the tagline "Don't mess with an original."

Are you kidding me? Old people reenacting Fight Club? That's absolutely the perfect idea to mess with an original! And these guys are good. Never mind the Brad Pitt guy - the people watching are pitch perfect.

Tom Bosley Working Out

Because it's Friday, and what could be better Friday viewing than the Happy Day's Dad going through an exercise workout?

At first, I couldn't understand why Tom Bosley would subject himself to something like this. But then I realized, just like every other male out there, if you have a chance to get closer to an attractive, spandex clad lass, you do it. Kudos, Mr. Bosley!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

"I do extensive reading."

Don't ever doesn't matter if you hold office, if you've been elected by the majority...most times people are stupid.

NASA's Big Announcement

Today, at 2:00, NASA has scheduled a press conference. Some are speculating they might announce the discovery of extraterrestrial life. Others, not so much (arsenic based life forms? That demands a press conference?).

In honor of the press conference today, I have created a list of potential announcements...

After 43 years, after countless hours of number crunching, we finally figured out the ending to 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Roddy Piper was right, and we should indeed put on the glasses.

The ending to Moonraker was totally real, totally badass, and way better in actual space. Also, Richard Kiel actually was stranded in space to achieve the real poignancy.

YES! We faked the moon landing. Al that footage? It's actually Mars.

That space ice cream that sell at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum? Yeah, marketing gimmick. None of our astronauts eat that. In fact, we fucking hate the Smithsonian.

We totally made up the planet Venus.

Deckard wasn't a replicant! His lack of humanity and emotion was to show a stark contrast to how the replicants wanted to achieve human emotions! Idiots.

Yes, there's water on like 6 of the other planets in our solar system. Big deal!

On the other side of the sun, in the exact same orbit as our Earth, is an Earth 2. Everything is exactly the same there as it is here, except one thing: Rutger Hauer survives at the end of Nighthawks.

Seriously, we know it isn't PC, but we just can't take Stephen Hawking seriously when he talks

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

GWAR really doesn't like Sarah Palin

Seeing GWAR is on my bucket list - but after watching this clip it seems like it might be more an act of attrition than an act of enjoyment. Not because of the political content, more because of the music content.

Ranking the Coen Brothers' Movies

Obviously this is a subjective list, so anger over it is fairly meaningless. I do like that the author put some thought into each entry, and I really can't argue with the bottom five. Where things get a little hinky for me is the low rating of Miller's Crossing (which I think was the first movie that showed the Coen Brothers were going to be around for a long time and weren't just "gimmick" directors.

I also think No Country for Old Men is ranked horrendously low, and also don't like the argument against it the author poses (the nature of the content?) However, I'd be hard pressed to bump a movie out of the top 5 to put it in there.

Anyway, check out the list here, and get angry (after all, this IS the internet) for yourself.