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Did anyone think Transcendence wasn't dogshit? I still think the premise sounds intriguing but I haven't read a positive review for it thus far...
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THE CLONE WARS EPISODE XLV: Kingpin v.s. The Big Lebowski

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In the mid 90's two sets of brotherly filmmakers made huge breakthroughs into Hollywood with surprise hits that catapulted each of their careers respectively - The Farrelly Brothers with Dumb and Dumber in 1994 and the Coen Brothers with Fargo in 1996. Both writer/director tandems had huge expectations with their follow up films and both took a fairly unorthodox subject matter for their comedic encores - bowling. Who would you rather share a lane with, the Dude or Munson? Let the voting begin!

CAST

First and foremost we have our two leads, Woody Harrelson as Roy Munson and Jeff Bridges as Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski. Now when it comes to raw acting talent, I think we can all agree Bridges is in another class than Harrelson but I'd be lying to you if I said I thought of any other character than Roy Munson when I hear the name Woody Harrelson. He's incredible as the lovable sleeze-ball trying to turn a new leaf and really carries the film in a lot of ways. I know it sounds like sacrilege but Munson is the dude for me.

+1 Kingpin

As for the role of the sidekick, John Goodman steals every scene he's in. Randy Quaid hams it up to nearly unwatchable levels at times so this one's a no brainer for me.

+1 Lebowski

And you can't mention the cast of Kingpin without talking about Bill Murray. His role as the villain is amongst his finest comedic work in a staggering career. He's so incredibly unlikable that it just kills you to see him keep succeeding even in the film's unlikely ending.

+1 Kingpin

But Lebowski's got such a dynamic ensemble cast with hilarious bits from Buscemi and Turturro especially, while outside of Chris Elliot and Lin Shaye, Kingpin is littered with repeat Farrelly regulars that don't really deserve the roles these guys continue to give them.

+1 Lebowski

STORY

The one thing that really let me down watching The Big Lebowski for the first time was the story. It just never really feels like it peaks and when it's finally all said and done, despite creating some memorable characters, I never feel like it's entirely worth the hype surrounding it. I'm a big Coen Brothers fan but Lebowski is amongst my least favorite films from them and the primary reason is it seems to lack the dynamic writing of any number of their superior efforts. And even though Kingpin isn't perfect, it's certainly unpredictable and engaging throughout.

+1 Kingpin

DIRECTION

As much as I'd like to try and compose a fair and unbiased evaluation of why the Coen Brothers are far superior directors than the Farrelly Brothers, the emotional damage suffered during Shallow Hal, Stuck on You, Hall Pass, and the Heartbreak Kid will not allow me to even consider the comparison. Coen's win.

+ 1 Lebowski

X-FACTORS

I know Lebowski isn't your typical comedy but when it comes to laughs, Kingpin's head and shoulders above the competition.

+1 Kingpin

And though it's not as widely celebrated as Dumb and Dumber (well, in pretty much every respect) Kingpin's got a great soundtrack. Goldfinger, ELO, English Beat and a Blues Traveler appearance over the end credits? And the original score is pretty solid too.

+1 Kingpin

Staying power is a big factor with me for comedies and with Lebowski, it doesn't really leave any lasting impression. There are moments here and there but nothing as memorable as Kingpin's endearing tale of Roy Munson.

+1 Kingpin

FINAL VOTE

Kingpin


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Kevin Smith fan updated his STATUS: about 11 hours ago

Did anyone think Transcendence wasn't dogshit? I still think the premise sounds intriguing but I haven't read a positive review for it thus far...
RandomK1NG
RandomK1NG at 10:07 PM Apr 23

Richard Roeper gave it an A. That doesn't mean much though since he seems to toss around A's like they're Easter candy.

Kevin Smith fan created a LIST: 3 days ago

Top 20 Most Anticipated Films of Summer 2014

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1. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
2. Godzilla
3. Neighbors
4. Boyhood
5. X-Men: Days of Future Past
6. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
7. Jupiter Ascending
8. Chef
9. The Giver
10. The Expendables 3
11. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
12. Maps to the Stars
13. 22 Jump Street
14. Lucy
15. Deliver Us From Evil
16. Guardians of the Galaxy
17. Sex Tape
18. Fast & Furious 7
19. Edge of Tomorrow
20. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 08:02 PM Apr 21

Great list.

Kevin Smith fan created a LIST: 10 days ago

10 Things Id Rather Watch than the MTV Movie Awards

1. A Tom Arnold/Roseanne Sex tape
2. Preseason WNBA
3. A Limp Bizkit concert
4. The Big Bang Theory
5. Morgan Freeman reading the Bible in its entirety
6. Katy Perry take a dump
7. Lawnmower Man
8. Unsuccesful heart surgery on my dog
9. Honey Boo Boo's mom giving birth.
10. Carot Top
Kevin Smith fan created a LIST: 17 days ago

MFC'S Favorite Horror Films (Based on Number of Votes)

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1. The Thing
2. Halloween
3. The Shining
4. Se7en
5. Psycho
6. The Exorcist
7. American Psycho
8. Jaws
9. Alien
10. Aliens
11. A Nightmare on Elm Street
12. Saw
13. A Clockwork Orange
14. Rear Window
15. Poltergeist
16. Evil Dead 2
17. Silence of the Lambs
18. Texas Chainsaw Massacre
19. Dawn of the Dead
20. Shutter Island
21. Black Swan
22. Scream
23. Blue Velvet
24. Child's Play
25. Blair Witch Project
26. Evil Dead
27. Dead Alive
28. The Fly
29. The Omen
30. Predator
31. High Tension
32. Scanners
33. Rosemary's Baby
34. The Sixth Sense
35. Night of the Living Dead
36. Suspiria
37. Final Destination
38. An American Werewolf in London
39. Hellraiser
40. Friday the 13th
41. Phantasm
42. Gremlins
43. Black Christmas
44. Mullholland Drive
45. Let the Right One In
46. Jacob's Ladder
47. Carrie
48. Re-Animator
49. Eraserhead
50. In the Mouth of Madness
51. Hostel
52. Antichrist
53. The Conjuring
54. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
55. The Lost Boys
56. Paranormal Activity
57. Wes Craven's New Nightmare
58. Sleepaway Camp
59. My Bloody Valentine
60. Fright Night
61. I Spit on Your Grave
62. Creepshow
63. Prom Night
64. The Amityville Horror
sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 06:25 PM Apr 07

Good list.

timmyd
timmyd at 09:15 PM Apr 07

interesting stuff. Not many surprises in the Top 10 (other than Elm St.) but there are some real surprises in here in terms of order. cool read.

Kevin Smith fan created a LIST: 17 days ago

The Marvel Cinematic Universe... So Far - Ranked & Rated

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1. The Avengers - 8/10
2. Iron Man - 8/10
3. Captain America: The Winter Soldier - 7.5/10
4. Captain America: The First Avenger - 7.5/10
5. Thor - 7.5/10
6. The Incredible Hulk - 7.5/10
7. Iron Man 2 - 7/10
8. Thor: The Dark World - 7/10
9. Iron Man 3 - 6.5/10

Based on a list by Terror Australis

Kevin Smith fan posted a BLOG item 17 days ago

MARCH MOVIE MADNESS: MFC'S FAVORITE HORROR FILM - THE RESULTS

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After 6 grueling rounds of horror madness our champion has been crowned. Despite a slower start, John Carpenter's The Thing rose passed the competition and took the title of MFC's Favorite Horror Film of All Time defeating another of Carpenter's masterpieces in a surprisingly one sided tally of 7-2.

Thanks to everyone who voted again this year, I'm already brainstorming different themes for next March so keep an eye out! Feel free to post any feedback, comments, criticisms or suggestions below, it's been a hell of a tourny!


Mood: Angry
Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 05:46 PM Apr 07

Damn i missed this, looks like a great tournament.
I'm watching The Thing later on.

OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 06:00 PM Apr 07

Great tournament and a fine winner. Obviously from the final two Carpenter was going to win and I'm one for saying The Thing is his best work.

Kevin Smith fan updated his STATUS: 19 days ago

The Final match up for the March Movie Madness has been a bloodbath thus far, but there's still time to make your voice heard! Voting ends tomorrow at midnight with the winner announced Monday!
Kevin Smith fan posted a BLOG item 21 days ago

MARCH MOVIE MADNESS: MFC'S FAVORITE HORROR FILM - THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Final

It's been an amazing journey thus far but we've finally narrowed down the field of 64 horror classics to just 2 finalists to square off head to head for the title of MFC's Favorite Horror Film of All Time. In the semi-finals we saw both #1 seeds fall to John Carpenter films as the Creature Feature underdog, The Thing, took down The Shining (who had steamrolled through the competition up to this point) in a surprising 6-3 final score. The Shining is also #1 on MFC's Community Lists for Horror films, however, it made no difference to Kurt Russell and his flame throwing horror classic.

On the other side of the bracket, David Fincher's mystery masterpiece Se7en fell short of the comeback victory against the boogeyman himself, 5-4. Halloween and The Thing will be our final matchup of the tournament, you can only vote once so make it count! Voting ends on April 6th with the winner announced April 7th, so spread this with as much of the MFC Community as you can! Thanks for voting!


Mood: Angry
OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 08:18 AM Apr 03

The Thing

jimmydevito
jimmydevito at 08:19 AM Apr 03

Halloween

Cochise
Cochise at 11:59 AM Apr 03

THE THING

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Kevin Smith fan created a LIST: 21 days ago

10 Other '90s SNL Cast Members I'd Rather See Host the Tonight Show than Jimmy Fallon

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1. Norm MacDonald
2. Dennis Miller
3. Will Ferrel
4. Chris Rock
5. Colin Quinn
6. Tina Fey
7. David Spade
8. Dana Carvey
9. Jim Breuer
10. Kevin Nealon
klinteastwood
klinteastwood at 03:53 AM Apr 03

norm would be brilliant

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 04:17 AM Apr 03

Definite yes for Norm. But I actually like Jimmy Fallon quite a bit.

Cochise
Cochise at 12:06 PM Apr 03

I like Fallon but man oh man I would take Norm MacDonald over Seth Meyers in a HEARTBEAT

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Kevin Smith fan created a LIST: 21 days ago

Top 10 Jason Bateman Films

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1. Juno
2. Bad Words
3. Up in the Air
4. Extract
5. Horrible Bosses
6. Dodgeball
7. The Switch
8. Paul
9. Identity Thief
10. Couples Retreat
Glinda
Glinda at 10:56 AM Apr 03

Nice list! I haven't seen Bad Words yet as it's not playing here but I loved everything else other than the last two. I haven't seen 10 but I hated 9, although he himself was fantastic in it.

Kevin Smith fan updated his STATUS: 24 days ago

March is almost over but the March Movie Madness Horror Bracket is just heating up! We're down to the Final Four flicks, the finals start Thursday!
Kevin Smith fan posted a BLOG item 26 days ago

MARCH MOVIE MADNESS: MFC'S FAVORITE HORROR FILM - THE FINAL FOUR

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The Final Four horror films for the MFC March Madness tournament are here! Surviving the paranormal region we have #1 The Shining taking down #3 The Exorcist in a 7-2 bought and #2 The Thing winning the creature feature region with the same score over #4 Jaws. In the psychological horror region, #1 Se7en continued it's near perfect tourny run as it ended the cinderella story of #10 American Psycho by a score of 6-3. The closest match up came from what's been the most tightly contested region in this bracket, the slasher region. But despite a late push, #1 Psycho fell short of the comeback victory at the hands of Michael Myers in a 5-4 loss to #2 Halloween. This means that John Carpenter has 2 of the final 4 films in the tourny. So the final four matchups will be #1 The Shining v.s. #3 The Thing and #2 Halloween v.s. #1 Se7en. Will we see an all Carpenter final matchup? Only one seeds advancing? You decide!

You can only vote once per round per match up. Any duplicate votes will not be counted. I will be casting my vote as well, however if a tie breaker is needed, I will retract my vote to keep things moving along. The Final Four is March 29th - April 3rd and the Finals will be April 3rd - April 6th with the winner announced on April 7th.

Each round will be posted in a blog like this and voting will be tallied through the comments, so please share this with as much of the MFC Community as you can! Thanks for voting!


Mood: Angry
RandomK1NG
RandomK1NG at 07:12 PM Mar 31

The Thing & Se7en

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 08:49 PM Mar 31

The Shining, Se7en

walkingdeadlover
walkingdeadlover at 10:12 PM Mar 31

Halloween and The Thing !!! Definitely are the two best horror movies of all time

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Kevin Smith fan posted a BLOG item 29 days ago

MARCH MOVIE MADNESS: MFC'S FAVORITE HORROR FILM - ELITE 8

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It was an incredibly brutal round but the Elite 8 have emerged. Just like the NCAA tourney, despite some initial upsets in the opening rounds, mostly higher seeds have persevered to the elite 8 as 3 of the 4 #1 seeds have moved on. The lowest seed still active in the tourney is #10 seed American Psycho who's taken down David Lynch, Alfred Hitchcock, and Hannibal Lecter himself on its warpath to the Elite 8 where the Brett Eaton Ellis classic finds itself toe to toe with the virtually unscathed #1 seed of the Psychological region, Se7en.

In the Paranormal bracket, it was pretty clear to see that the #3 Exorcist and the #1 Shining were destined to meet in the regional final with The Sixth Sense and Evil Dead out of the way in the first two rounds. Being MFC's #1 Horror film in the Community Lists, The Shining is looking like the early favorite to win it all at this point. And After dominating the opening rounds of competition, both #1 Alien and #2 Aliens fell victim to upset losses as Jaws devoured Alien 7-5 and The Thing torched Aliens 8-4, disposing of the last standing sequel in the tournament.

The Slasher Region has been incredibly close and the Sweet Sixteen was no different. In a back and fourth matchup, Alfred Hitchcock's grandfather of all Slashers put Wes Craven's original nightmare to bed in a 7-5 defeat. And in a surprisingly close match (at least to me anyways) Saw fell to Halloween after holding a 4-3 lead, leaving Michael Myers the only boogeyman remaining as the result of a 5-0 run at the end of the voting period.

You can only vote once per round per match up. Any duplicate votes will not be counted. I will be casting my vote as well, however if a tie breaker is needed, I will retract my vote to keep things moving along. The the Elite 8 voting period is March 26th - March 29th, the Final Four is March 29th - April 3rd and the Finals will be April 3rd - April 6th with the winner announced on April 7th.

Each round will be posted in a blog like this and voting will be tallied through the comments, so please share this with as much of the MFC Community as you can! Thanks for voting!


Mood: Surprised
cerealkiller182
cerealkiller182 at 09:01 AM Mar 26

The Shining
The Thing
Halloween
Se7en

Cochise
Cochise at 11:08 AM Mar 26

The Shining
The Thing
Psycho
American Psycho

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 06:35 PM Mar 27

The Shining
Jaws
Psycho
American Psycho

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Kevin Smith fan posted a BLOG item about 1 month ago

March MOVIE MADNESS: MFC'S FAVORITE HORROR FILM - SWEET SIXTEEN

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Round 2 was won by nearly all upper seeds with the only upset victory coming from #10 seed American Psycho taking down #2 Silence of the Lambs. Close calls came in a 4-3 win for Poltergeist over Blair Witch and a 4-3 win for Rear Window over Black Swan. Everything else was pretty one sided, including both Alien films dominating for the second consecutive round as they remain the only two films from the same franchise active in the tournament.

Again, you can only vote once per round per match up. Any duplicate votes will not be counted. I will be casting my vote as well, however if a tie breaker is needed, I will retract my vote to keep things moving along. The Sweet Sixteen voting is March 23rd - March 26th, the Elite 8 is March 26th - March 29th, the Final Four is March 29th - April 3rd and the Finals will be April 3rd - April 6th with the winner announced on April 7th.

Each round will be posted in a blog like this and voting will be tallied through the comments, so please share this with as much of the MFC Community as you can! Thanks for voting!


Mood: Angry
sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 07:46 PM Mar 25

The Shining
A Nightmare on Elm Street
The Exorcist
Halloween
Alien
The Thing
Seven
American Psycho

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 08:49 PM Mar 25

The Shining
Poltergeist
Jaws
Aliens
Psycho
Halloween
Se7en
American Psycho

Scotch
Scotch at 09:09 PM Mar 25

Paranormal: The Shining, The Exorcist
Creature Feature: Jaws, Aliens
Slasher: ANOES, Halloween
Psychological: Se7en, Rear Window

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