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HOW DO YOU KNOW and why should you care (review)

Rating:  (Embarrassing)

How Do You Know is a bad title for James L. Brooks's newest romantic comedy because you'll 'know' all you need to know in a few seconds: Reese Witherspoon is the girl, Owen Wilson is the inattentive boyfriend, and Paul Rudd is the nice guy. As the nice guy, he will slowly become the love of her life. How do I know? Like a game of Clue, it's how these stories work.

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DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS is dumb fun, emphasis on the 'dumb' (review)

Rating:  (Passable)

Dinner for Schmucks opens to shots of stuffed mice, lovingly posed and clothed at the park as "The Fool on the Hill" by The Beatles plays in the background. It's brilliantly stupid. Before we see Barry, we know everything we need to know about him. If only he were in a better movie. This one, well, it's decent, but predictable. 

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DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS has Carell, Rudd, and Galifianakis

I meant to get this up yesterday, but got a bit too busy with my radio project. What a great cast: Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, and Zach Galifianakis. If only the movie looked better. I'm hopeful that these guys wouldn't have ALL signed on for a crappy project, but whenever I see a comedy and don't laugh at Carell, I take it as a bad sign. Still, it's always great to see Zach Galifianakis get his due. He was great on Saturday Night Live a few weeks back. Jay Roach, the man behind the Austin Powers and Meet the Parents films, is directing.


Bruce Greenwood and David Walliams join "Dinner for Schmucks"

With each month comes a new Dinner for Schmucks casting decision. In August Zach Galifianakis signed on; in September Stephanie Szostak came onboard as the female lead; and now Bruce Greenwood and David Walliams are having a seat. Greenwood will play a billionaire and Walliams a Swiss banker Paul Rudd tries to impress. Earlier this year, Bruce Greenwood played a pretty memorable role in Star Trek as Capt. Christopher Pike. You know, the man who dared Kirk to do better. He's a great actor with good comedic timing--he should fit in. And if you've ever seen Little Britain (or Little Britain USA), you know David Walliams is a real talent. I wish that show would drop the laugh track, but I still found it pretty funny. Here's a good skit from Little Britain.

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