Tuesday, April 29, 2008


Two comedies are cruising through theaters at the moment, one a bona-fide hit, the other a train wreck of a miss. Forgetting Sarah Marshall, the latest from Judd Apatow's funny machine, uses its locale, female presence, and unconventional approach to craft a near-perfect rom-com. Harold and Kumar: Escape from Guantanamo Bay, on the other hand, uses a foolish over-confidence of its lead characters, an offensive amount of braindead humor, and a senseless plot to become what will likely - and had better - be one of the worst movies of 2008.

Look at that poster mash-up... ain't it cute? You know what would be even cuter? Click the links below and read my reviews of these two movies, which stand at either end of the spectrum of success. And for Pete's sake (Pete should be capitalized, no?), DON"T go see H&K:EFGB!!!

Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Harold and Kumar: Escape from Guantanamo Bay

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