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Old 06-25-07, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by DVD Josh
Directly stolen from Harold and Kumar.

This season has thus far been uninspiring and unoriginal.
All two episodes?
Old 06-25-07, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by madcougar
All two episodes?
I know. But last season was so perfect that I guess this one has alot to live up to.
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Originally Posted by movieking
So guesses as to what happens with the movie? Vince likes it, Eric hates it. Does Billy release it as is, or does Eric and probably Ari try to convince him to make the changes?
The previews showed:
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Billy submitting his cut to the Cannes film festival without giving anyone a heads up and Ari telling Eric that the only way they'll get the movie recut is to sell distribution rights to someone who refuses to release Billy's cut.

So there's clearly more to come in terms of what happens with the movie.
Old 06-25-07, 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by DVD Josh
But last season was so perfect that I guess this one has alot to live up to.
Season Two or Season Three? Season Three was the "last season," and it was far from perfect...
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Originally Posted by DVD Josh
Directly stolen from Harold and Kumar.

This season has thus far been uninspiring and unoriginal.

How? If AMH was referred to as "AMH" while "tripping balls", humping furniture and blowing lines off of strippers' asses, maybe.

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Old 06-25-07, 04:21 PM
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Originally Posted by JasonF
The previews showed:
Spoiler:
Billy submitting his cut to the Cannes film festival without giving anyone a heads up and Ari telling Eric that the only way they'll get the movie recut is to sell distribution rights to someone who refuses to release Billy's cut.

So there's clearly more to come in terms of what happens with the movie.

Could be an interesting story.
Spoiler:
It would be cool if Ari and Eric find a way to accomplish that task and then Billy's cut winds up winning the Palm D'Orr, which means that they will have pressure on them to release Billy's cut. However, as history can tell, the Palm D'Orr winner seldom becomes a major financial success. In essence, Eric will become more of a Hollywood game player while Vince wants to keep his integrity. This could lead to a split of their friendship.
Just speculation though, I could be wrong!
Old 06-25-07, 05:07 PM
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Loved the AMH cameo and the stuff with Drama
Old 06-26-07, 01:12 AM
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Really didn't like the episode at all. It felt lazy and uninspired. I hope this one was an aberration. I did like the school subplot - that was harsh. And I totally missed the irony of being called out as obnoxious by none other than Homer Simpson.

It was good to see Lloyd again. Get him in the opening credits, Perry Reeves name is way too distracting there.
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I got the impression that Vince didn't like the movie by his expression when watching it, and it also seemed like he was lying when he told Billy that he was "blown away". I think next week Vince will confess to not liking the movie afterall and couldn't admit it because he felt obligated to agree with the vision of his director.
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Originally Posted by Coral
I got the impression that Vince didn't like the movie by his expression when watching it, and it also seemed like he was lying when he told Billy that he was "blown away". I think next week Vince will confess to not liking the movie afterall and couldn't admit it because he felt obligated to agree with the vision of his director.
If this was the case, why wouldn't he confess this to Eric, as Eric did to him when they got in the car? Eric said that he thought that it was a mess, and Vince said that he really liked it.
Old 06-27-07, 07:50 AM
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Originally Posted by movieking
If this was the case, why wouldn't he confess this to Eric, as Eric did to him when they got in the car? Eric said that he thought that it was a mess, and Vince said that he really liked it.
I get the feeling he can't even admit it to himself that he didn't like the film, let alone anyone else. Just a vibe I get from his expressions while viewing it and when telling Walsh.
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Also, if Vince were to tell Walsh he thought it sucked then Walsh would be likely to burn every piece of it in a trash bin and it would never get released. He needs to play to the guy's ego to keep the film alive.
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I wouldn't be surprised if the movie does poorly but they can sell it based on the great trailer and get another job for vince before this one tanks.
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Saw it again last night. Was when Walsh took of on his motorcycle yelling "Sorry Vinny, Fuck you Suit!"
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I thought the episode was pretty dull. Even Ari's and Drama's bits seemed forced and predictable.
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Originally Posted by boogieman03
Saw it again last night. Was when Walsh took of on his motorcycle yelling "Sorry Vinny, Fuck you Suit!"
I loved that!
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Did it bug anyone else that all of the sudden, Ari has a son? Maybe I missed an episode the boy was in.
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Originally Posted by Michael Ballack
Did it bug anyone else that all of the sudden, Ari has a son? Maybe I missed an episode the boy was in.

He was actually in one ep. in season two. Ari is giving him a ride on his shoulders as he informs Eric that he got them tickets to U2. Momentarily, but lets you know he exists.
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His son was who he was speaking to when he said "Only Daddy speaks like that" when he had that great line about drowning Terrence in the pool.
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According to me, Drama has never been funnier.
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I stand corrected about Ari's son.
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His son also shows up in the episode where they are pissed because Ari is not going after Queen's Boulevard and are at his old assistant's beach party - Ari leaves his sons birthday party. Also he had home movies of his kid riding his bike and checking out the neighbors ass (according to Ari) that he showed E on his computer.

I actually was thinking about his disappearing son during the Yom Kippur episode and only the daughter came with to temple.

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This is what I thought about when you mentioned Ari's Son.


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