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The Green Lantern movie is going to be just liked Buried, that Ryan-Reynolds-in-a-box film, except this time the box was green and someone has digitally replaced it with a galaxy.
So, would that be like that SNL thing, d*** in a box?
This is what it takes to get you to post here, Bill? This? Just steal Chad’s Random Thoughts bit!
Speaking of whom, what has happened to Chad’s weekly Random Thoughts?
Shouldn’t he be back from vacation by now?
Just steal Chad’s Random Thoughts bit!
Shucks, we’ve all copped it once or twice. I stole it for this week’s column, kind of.
I just want more Bill Reed goodness. I don’t care whose bit he has to steal.
C’mon back, Bill, we all wuv oo here!
I don’t know what that other movie is, but Ryan Reynolds really is the only reason I’m not being the movie. The costumes look bad and the tone looks uneven, but I’d still go see the damn Green Lantern movie if it didn’t star Hollywood’s smuggest little, purse-lipped weasel.
Steve has clarvoyant powers?
Meanwhile, I will pretty much watch anything Ryan Reynolds is in– well, I have pretty much watched everything he’s been in. I even liked Definitely, Maybe. But the trailers for GL make it seem like he really isn’t too happy to be there. I think Buried– a movie in which we spend 90 minutes inside a makeshift coffin with Ryan Reynolds– was good practice for this new movie in which he is again alone on screen, reacting to a lot of tennis balls on strings.
He gets a lifetime pass for the first Halloween episode of Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place.
The first Halloween ep was the one where they got trapped in the pizza place and there was a serial killer, right? Then there was brain switchin’ Ed in the second and Irene making a deal with the devil in the third, I think.
Man, I loved that show. With Ryan Reynolds and Nathan Fillion both beloved by geeks, they need an official DVD release of the show.
It’s probably on one of them on demand thingies, but I’m not that technologically advanced.
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