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    Archives > Movie Moan - How Idiocracy Is a Chilling Portrayal of the Future

    On this week's edition of Movie Moan, Phil, Jamie and Ed reflect on Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

    Or more speficially Michael Bay's inner-racist being displayed with $200 million at his disposal and how Mike Judge's brilliant Idiocracy accurately depicts what the world will become. That is to say we react to the film (which Jamie and Ed refuse to see leaving Phil as the only one in the group to properly "review" it) and its killer $201 million 5-day opening weekend. We weep for our youth...

    Also on docket is the "death and resurrection" of Jeff Goldblum as the group hypothesize how he may indeed be the real-life John Connor, the Ghostbusters video game being released and the "Will he or won't he?" news regarding Christopher Nolan's participation on Batman III. The guys give their reactions to the newly released trailers for The Last Airbender, The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, The Stepfather, 2012 and how Silence of the Lambs compares to Back to the Future.

    All of that, plus the news of Avatar footage finally being displayed the world (but it alas didn't cause the blind to see or deaf to hear) and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science's decision to extend the "Best Picture" race to now 10 films.

    Movie Moan - How Idiocracy Is a Chilling Portrayal of the Future

    06-28-2009 | Registered CommenterJamie Williams