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Here Are The Summer Movies I Think You Should See & The Ones You Shouldn’t See. Follow Accordingly.

The blockbuster summer movie season is upon us. This means several straight weekends in the theater watching things blow up, hear dudes say hilariously stupid things, see chicks wear skin tight spandex, and Robert Downey Jr.

Here Are The Right Movies To See This Summer

  • “Predators”. Normally, I wouldn’t be intrigued by this at all. But Adrien Brody, Topher Grace, and a script by Robert Rodriguez have me into it.
  • “Toy Story 3”. Sit back and tell me: When was the last time Pixar did you wrong? The answer is never pal. Never.
  • “Knight & Day”. Yes, you all hate Tom Cruise. Yes, Cameron Diaz sucks. However, in the trailer, Cruise says, “Anybody follows us, I shoot myself then her.” That’s funny.
  • “Get Him To The Greek”. There are a lot of people turned off by Russell Brand. I’m willing to give him a shot, but I think he may annoy me as well.
  • “The Other Guys”. While I’m a bit on the fence with Will Ferrell these days, this looks very “Anchorman”-ish to me. The Michael Keaton factor makes it a must see for me.
  • “The Expendables”. Sly Stallone is going to go Cobra on your ass and you are going to freaking love it.
  • “Dinner For Schmucks”. Look, there is no possible way that Steve Carell and Paul Rudd will fail. This movie is going to blow your comedic brains all over your comedic face and there won’t be a thing that your comedic ass can do about it.
  • “Iron Man 2”. Robert Downey Jr. Just look him up on this blog and you’ll understand.
  • “Inception”. This Christopher Nolan-directed, Leo DiCaprio-starring sci-fi flick is the only thing that can top Downey Jr. on my Anticipation Meter.

Here Are The Movies That Are Wrong, So Very, Very Wrong

  • “Sex & The City 2”. The plot’s a big secret but I bet it involves materialistic women being incredibly superficial. I could be wrong though.
  • “Shrek Forever After”. Please, just make it stop.
  • “Killers”. Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl? The annoyance factor is off the charts. I’m sad to report that Tom Selleck is in this. No word on how his mustache feels about it, but I’m sure he hates Hiegl too.
  • “The A-Team”. I was all about this movie…then I saw the first trailer with the parachuting tank. From that point on, the thought of it triggers my gag reflex.
  • “Grown Ups”. Please somebody tell Adam Sandler how freaking great he was in “Punch Drunk Love” and “Reign Over Me”. Maybe it will make him stop this insanity…or this will make 150 million bucks and it will never stop.
  • “The Twilight Saga”. I know plenty of you dig this series but I have an odd reason not to like it. I’m just sick of vampires.
  • “Little Fockers”. This will ensure that all the goodwill Ben Stiller built up with me for “Greenberg” will be completely and totally erased.

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  1. April 29, 2010 at 7:00 PM

    Really? Come on Shrek Forever After; The Shrek movies never disappoint!

    • April 30, 2010 at 10:01 AM

      The first one is tolerable but the sequels? They are just one big poop joke.

  2. mcarteratthemovies
    May 3, 2010 at 12:07 PM

    I am violently opposed to another “Shrek.” By now they have killed the magic of the original.

    I’m also opposed to a new “Sex and the City” movie because it’s totally unnecessary, but I’ll have to see it anyway. The show is materialistic but it’s also about female friendships after the 20s and 30s. Damn my devotion to a series even when it should just go away!

  3. mcarteratthemovies
    May 6, 2010 at 8:24 AM

    I’ve been waiting on “The Expendables” FOREVER. It will be magical, I just know it.

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