With Wit, Reviewed By Kimmo Mustonenen
This week is a suck week.
There is the movie that I wanted to write all over, and the other I see in my smoke heightened brain daily.
Why should I see something that I all the time see?
Things make talking on me all the time.
That is life.
I wanted the writing for “Magic Mike.”
Maybe a “Showgirls 2” thing. Hot, slutty, and dumb chicks – the best.
With boobs. Better.
But no. There are no tears cried, just the disappointment lump in my stomach place.
Talking bears are all the time in Finland.
For two days, after a rage week of drinking, everything talks, talks too much.
In Finland, a hangover.
“Ted” is about a kid who am had a 35-year hangover?
O.K.,Hollywood – I’m ready.
Plot? Crazy, crazy plot!
Young John has and only friend – a cuddly teddy bear, a Christmas present – through an accidental magic, the bear arises to life, talk, and have feelings such as its new owner.
Since he’s a kid and not on the sweet, sweet smoke, shock happens – then goes away.
Ted of a media sensation will appear even with Johnny Carson as guest on the Tonight Show – Ed McMahon (probably drunk on the whiskey) thought Ted was ALF.
Funny! 80’s joke, for the win!
As the years go on, John (Mark Wahlberg, almost as funny as in “The Happening”) and Ted (Seth MacFarlane – as Peter Griffin as a Teddy Bear, with better taste in the woman-whores) to remain roommates, that’s it.
However, the troubles arise when Ted is in the way of the present, with John of the romance with his girlfriend Lori (Mila Kunis – she made a stiffening in my area) interfere on the search for something more serious and bear-free.
As for Ted, he writes letters to the Hasbro over his tiny little pecker thingy.
I have just accepted mine.
Although Extenze may be in the future used. Kimmo’s women must be happy! They are always happy.
Much man on bear comedy follows.
More of the vulgar.
The just the damn funny.
So, two thumbs as straight in the air as my man-ness when Mila Kunis appears on the film.
That’s pretty damn straight!
See this movie.
Although my “Magic Mike” disappointment still leaves a discomfort, I am happy.
Now for kossu shots and weed. “Ted” was a success!
Kimmo Mustonenen – (Kimmo On Kino) – Behind The Proscenium
P.S. I have just learned that “Magic Mike” was about the man strippers. Avoided! WTF!?! Maybe the lucky Kimmo is returning…
P.P.S. “The Glee Project.” Charlie kid is defining assholishness. First, he blabs about himself like he is another of him (Editors note: We believe he means Charlie was talking about himself in the third person). Only one word for Charlie, in any language blabbed: douche-bag. Nina was cute. Blind guy and fat chick were not so much for irritation. But Charlie must be slapped. In the face. Hard.