One of the funnier scenes for Harold and Kumar 2. Yeah there's some stereotypes, w/e get over it, def brought the lulz.
Movies: Know I'm a bit late but the first pictures of the new Spiderman movie have been released, with the new Spiderman being Andrew Garfield (Guy who got screwed over by Mark Zuckerberg in Social Network).
Looking a bit thin here no?
We know Peter Parker was a nerd and whatnot, but comeon....give him some meat. Seems as if society as a whole wants to be more "socially acceptable" and we're straying away from superheroes we grew up on to guys like this to appeal to the little girls who love the 120lb "jacked" actors... Besides that Garfield did a great job in Social Network and was even nominated for a Golden Globe so hopefully he can continue with his great performances and reboot Spiderman for the better.
Loving the launches of all these comic book movies, allows me to go back to being a kid without knocking over mailboxes and looking like a fool for being 22. I know Captain America will be a huge hit as he was pretty popular throughout his years, but I have a bad feeling about Thor. It has the potential to be a very good movie, but after talking to a lot of people they're pretty oblivious to him; they need a solid marketing campaign to hopefully continue the franchise.
Random: "I'm so drink right now, like omg soooo drunkkkk" K, we get it, you're drunk. Is repeatedly telling us you're drunk giving you some type of satisfaction that you're that cool and drank so much? Is this supposed to be an absolving statement so that when you do something stupid you can use this as your defense? How about stop being an attention-whore and just enjoy yourself and if you do something stupid we can all laugh instead of smirking at how dumb you are.
Also, being drunk doesn't give you a pass for hooking up with a whale or being a sloo. You will be made fun of by your friends and you will be called trick by everyone. "Oh I was drunk I can't believe I did that, but I'm not a whore *hehe*" Right.....