Absolutely hilarious — Wired has reposted their 1999 review of The Phantom Menace but this time their review is in 3D.
OK Go always has the most amazing and complicated music videos and their latest one does not fail to impress:
I recently watched In Time starring Justin Timberlake, who yes really can act, and Amanda Seyfried.
It’s sort of a riff on Equilibrium, one of my most favorite movies, and Surrogates. In the movie, people stop aging at 25 years old and are then given 1 year worth of time (life). That becomes their currency, used to buy things and received as payment for work and such. While a bit rediculous of a premise, it results in some rather interesting scenarios. It’s more of a thought provoking movie than anything.
It’s a good but not great movie that is worth seeing. Also if you’re a gearhead like me, keep an eye out for the slick semi-retro styled vehicles. Whoever did the set design and such for this movie did a great job.
A bit of an odd ending though and not what I would have gone with but hey.
I never got around to writing my thoughts when I saw it a few weeks ago so I’m forcing myself to do it now.
Overall I really liked it. Rooney Mara’s performance was absolutely amazing. I really hope they make the next two films. A little confusing in parts due all of the characters but not too bad.
However be warned that it is an extremely graphic and violent movie. It’s not done in poor taste and it’s an important part of the character development but if you’re easily offended, I’m not sure it’s the movie for you.
In short, see it but be prepared.
I don’t know why I find this video so funny or how I managed to actually watch the full hour, but I just couldn’t stop laughing. Watching these three guys stumble through trying to fly an incredibly realistic version of an airplane just cracks me up.
(best watched fullscreen in HD)
I just finished watching the movie Contagion. While slow, it was still fairly good and more about the characters than the contagion itself.
I suddenly have an urge to bathe in hand sanitizer though…
I had never heard of either of the previous two Saints Row games but I’m very glad I decided to take a look at the third title in the series. It’s similar to the Grand Theft Auto series but with the insanity turned up to 11. An incredibly fun game and worth checking out if you haven’t already!
EDIT: Still not convinced? Watch Simon and Lewis of Yogscast play through the first part of the game:
LMFAO even made use of his house for the American Music Awards:
He also created a great light show for “Sexy And I Know It”:
Props Matt whose post reminded me to post an update.