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    FATHER OF INVENTION Trailer

    A promotional onslaught is in effect for director Trent Cooper’s comedy Father of Invention as a new trailer, poster, and a slew of new images from the film have gone online. Starring Kevin Spacey, Heather Graham, Craig Robinson, Virginia Madsen, Johnny Knoxville, John Stamos, and Camilla Belle, the film centers on a former infomercial guru (Spacey) who finds himself in prison after a design flaw in one of his inventions de-fingers many of his customers. From there, Father of Invention looks to document Spacey’s attempted return to “As Seen on TV” glory
    The world would be a better place with more Craig Robinson!
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    Yeah Baby Yeah! Mike Myers To Return To AUSTIN POWERS!
    Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

    I do not want to hear a single complaint. His vomitus personality has forced him back to the well and that's fine with me. The AP movies have gotten better and better and Mini-me needs some work.

    Mike Myers hasn't had very much success outside the SHREK films in recent years, although I loved his turn as Captain British Exposition (yes, I know, that's not his name) in INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. But THE LOVE GURU did terribly and he hasn't been in many films since then. So it comes as not much of a surprise that Myers has decided to return to the role that gave him worldwide stardom - no, not Wayne, but Austin Powers, according to a HitFix exclusive (Drew's on a roll lately!).

    No word on a story, or who would be directing - Jay Roach did good work in the other films, so I'd love it if he returned as well - but I can imagine Austin Powers spoofing the Bourne films and the Daniel Craig iteration of James Bond. "You guys are so serious, baby! And none of you shag with any regularity!" And Dr. Evil would return as well, I'm assuming; with all the faceless enemies of the new spy films, I'd be curious to see how Myers would spoof that with Dr. Evil. The AUSTIN POWERS movies still hold up - they're ridiculous and have the mentality of a 12-year-old watching a porno for the first time, but they're still so damn funny and enjoyable. I'm glad to have Austin Powers and Dr. Evil back. Pinky to mouth time!

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    Have you watched MacGruber yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Naysay View Post
    Have you watched MacGruber yet?
    No sir...haven't. Should I really? Is it going to be that profound? I am not a Will Arnett/Kristen Wiig/SNL fan. Is it going to sway me? Have you seen Rise of the Planet of the Apes(god that's a wordy dumb title) yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    No sir...haven't. Should I really? Is it going to be that profound? I am not a Will Arnett/Kristen Wiig/SNL fan. Is it going to sway me? Have you seen Rise of the Planet of the Apes(god that's a wordy dumb title) yet?
    It won't be profound... I just happen to think it's goddamned hilarious.

    And no. I'm not going to see Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I didn't even really like the first Planet of the Apes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Naysay View Post
    It won't be profound... I just happen to think it's goddamned hilarious.

    And no. I'm not going to see Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I didn't even really like the first Planet of the Apes.
    philistine. UNCLEAN...fie fie!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Naysay View Post
    I didn't even really like the first Planet of the Apes.
    Nor do I.

    I mean, as a 60's flick, it works on a Cuban Missle Crisis level, but it's become a rampant cliche at this point as far as I'm concerned. Especially when it comes to the more recent iterations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by darby View Post
    Nor do I.

    I mean, as a 60's flick, it works on a Cuban Missle Crisis level, but it's become a rampant cliche at this point as far as I'm concerned. Especially when it comes to the more recent iterations.
    Wait...so you are judging one of the seminal SCIENCE FICTION movies as invalid in this era as opposed to when it was filmed? I grew up with the apes series and they mirrored the times as far as class/race, sure they do not fair well in this day and age, but jaysus they were tremendously relevant at the time. It's a disservice to dismiss the pota series. Hell, a ton of the scifi movies of the SEVENTIES seem old school now but still were almost crucial when they were made. So, Soylent Green/Omega Man...do you dismiss these movies too????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    philistine. UNCLEAN...fie fie!!!!
    I just don't enjoy watching it. I'm not attacking it's merits or anything...



    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Wait...so you are judging one of the seminal SCIENCE FICTION movies as invalid in this era as opposed to when it was filmed? I grew up with the apes series and they mirrored the times as far as class/race, sure they do not fair well in this day and age, but jaysus they were tremendously relevant at the time. It's a disservice to dismiss the pota series. Hell, a ton of the scifi movies of the SEVENTIES seem old school now but still were almost crucial when they were made. So, Soylent Green/Omega Man...do you dismiss these movies too????
    I never actually watched any of the other films because I didn't enjoy the first one. Are they actually as poignant as the first? Or was it just another example of a studio cynically cashing in on a well received meme? *cough* Pirates *cough*

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