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Stay Home: The Ugly Truth July 21, 2009

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Gerald Butler Reminds Us He’s Still A Dude… In the Manliest Way Possible May 23, 2009

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Okay Gerald Butler, we get it! You can do super masculine action films AND sappy chick flicks! But know with the upcoming The Ugly Truth it looks like your becoming the perfect boy-toy for every American girl age 15-25. Come on dude, give us some action! Let us know that you haven’t abandoned us guy moviegoers- Oh.


Well looks my testosterone filled prayers have been answered. Gamer takes place in a future where gamers have full control over their video game counterparts in an immensely popular MMO Shooter. The catch. The characters in the video game are actually death row inmates, one of which (Butler) plans to revolt against the system and defeat the game’s creator. Cheesy? Yes. Filled action-packed goodness that will remind us why we all envy Gerald Butler’s manliness? Absolutely.

Oh yeah. and the song in the trailer for anyone wondering… Sweet Dreams by Marilyn Manson.


New Ugly Truth Trailer Released… still looks horrible May 4, 2009

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3446325584_1ecb89335eTrailer for the pseudo-raunchy rom com. Basically this film looks like a shuttle for Katherine Heigl to respond against the horrible sexism in Knocked Up (I Was Playing Such A Bitch). And how does she battle gender discrimination in Hollywood movies. By starring alongside Gerald Butler, as a stereotypical womanizer who helps Heigl’s her love life by telling her what men REALLY want from relationships. In all honesty, this movie could have some serious potential if it doesn’t completely rely on the urban myth that men only care about sex and seduction. I guess Heigl only cares about sexism when it’s against women. ANYWAY… here’s the trailer.


PS- The use of an overplayed Flo Rida song truly is the icing on the cake.