Movie News for Our Idiot Brother, The Help, Transformers, and more!

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New posters for The Help and 30 Minutes or Less, trailers for What’s Your Number? and Our Idiot Brother, and a new pic of Shockwave from Transformers (cause HE’S my favorite).

30 Minutes or Less

30 Minutes or Less, which had a trailer premiere last week, has two new posters. I feel like the second one doesn’t really sell the film so much as a possible mashup of Planet of the Apes and Ghostbusters. Am I the only one who REALLY wants to see that? Imagine a monkey slimer!

The Help

The Help, which ALSO had a trailer premiere last week, has a poster too! I think The Help wants to go to prom with 30 Minutes or Less. I think they’ll go home with the crown.

What’s Your Number?

What’s Your Number?, starring Anna Faris and Chris Evans, finally has a trailer. It feels like yesterday that I saw those spy pics of Anna’s bare behind. Actually, it was yesterday, but I first saw them longer ago. I just look at them every day. The movie looks like crap though. Oh, and because Youtube sometimes sucks, you have to go here to see it. The jerks.

Our Idiot Brother

Our Idiot Brother is WAY better than What’s Your Number? And that isn’t just because I can embed it. It’s also because it has Paul Rudd. And he’s cool. And he plays a hippy with a drug charge against him. That’s just illogical. Hippies don’t do drugs. Ridiculous. I can only suspend reality SO MUCH in a film.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Ugh. I don’t want to type out the name again. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (cringe) has a new photo out. Of Shockwave. Who was in one of those posters from last week. Why’d we need another shot of him? Meh. I’d say, “You’re welcome” in a sarcastic way cause obviously you aren’t going to thank me for this, but I just can’t muster the requisite enthusiasm. So… meh.

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