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Masters of the Universe: Revelation Review 'GREAT return to ETERNIA! Great animation, exhilarating action, jaw dropping moments'

"Get Him to the Greek" Movie Review By Windy

"Get Him to the Greek" By Windy (aka @rosenfie ) " Get Him To The Greek ", directed by Nicholas Staller and starring Jonah Hill and Russell Brand is a spin-off from 2008's " Forgetting Sarah Marshall " by the same director. Though a spin-off, there's one immediate mis-step (or creative liberty). In "Marshall", Russell Brand's character, Aldous Snow, meets Jonah Hill's restaurant host character several times. In "Greek", the two apparently have never met. Aside from that one obvious change, "Greek" produces non-stop laughter from start to finish in the same manner as "The Hangover" - scenes that are so inappropriate you don't know if you should laugh or cover your eyes. John Hill plays Aaron Greene, a peon working for music producing mogul Sergio Roma, hilariously portrayed by Sean "P. Diddy" Combs . With a last-stitch effort to keep the the music company profitable, Greene sugg

Toy Story 3 Puts A Hex On Jonah And The Rest Of The Field

Toy Story 3 Puts A Hex On Jonah And The Rest Of The Field The toys were back in town, and audiences were back in theaters. Pixar Animation Studios broke the piggy bank again with Toy Story 3 , which raked in an estimated $109 million over the weekend. Overall weekend business was up 29 percent over the same timeframe last year, and, with around $195 million, it was the industry's largest-grossing third weekend of June ever. Pixar's track record extended to 11 consecutive blockbusters, reaffirming yet again the role that consistent, universal storytelling plays in branding and commercial success. Toy Story 3 delivered the studio's highest-grossing launch yet, surpassing The Incredibles' $70.5 million. However, in terms of estimated attendance, it was effectively around the same as Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Toy Story 2 and Monsters, Inc.. The first Toy Story took ten days to hit the same level of attendance as Toy Story 3 in three, while Toy Story 2 reached the