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Faster.. Not so fast...

The Rock is the star of Faster, out to avenge the death of his brother, but receives the least character development. Sure, it's an action movie, but he receives so little development, you are left not knowing whether you're supposed to like him or not. Fresh out of jail, he's on a mission to kill everyone responsible for his brother's death. Turns out his brother was part of a bank robbing gang that got double crossed. Now insert flashback where master driver, The Rock, for no explainable reason goes on a high speed chase with the cops... in reverse. Along the way you meet the more interesting and more developed characters of the cop, Billy Bob Thornton, and the gun for hire, Oliver Jackson-Cohen. And for no apparent reason, you meet The Rock's ex-girlfriend. Along the way, The Rock begins to feel bad for the killings, I think. The twist ending gets telegraphed in halfway through the movie, so you're just left waiting to see how The Rock is going to kill the rest of the people.
Save your ten bucks and wait til you can watch it on your couch... where you can enjoy a few PBRs while you watch!

I just want to be friends, Beth Cooper...

Maybe Chris Columbus and George Lucas should take a long vacation together, so they'll stop making movies. The valedictorian of the high school realizes his graduation speech will be the last time he'll have the chance to say anything to Beth Cooper before their ten year reunion, so he goes for it. It's all down hill from there. There's no real character development throughout the movie. The nerd, who is poorly cast, and the hot cheerleader are basically the same people they were at the beginning of the movie. Except they've made the cheerleader a psycho, schizophrenic. The bright side, is the hot blonde and a half second of side boob. So, if you are an obsessed fan of Hayden Panettiere, there may be a chance you can suffer through the 102 minutes. You're never given any reason to believe these two would ever be together and at the end of the movie, you never know if they will be. The only resolution the movie has at the end is that it sucks.
Not to totally shoot down the movie, there was one enjoyable role. Alan Ruck (Cameron from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off") as the nerd's father. You can't go wrong with Cameron! Maybe they should have got John Hughes to direct...

Olivia Wilde


Megan Fox has the hots for her, so I don't really know if I need to say more. This week we bring you Olivia Wilde. You may have seen her before in "The O.C." or "House" (although straight, she oddly enough played a lesbian in both), but you may not see her next work, "Year One." Oh well, we'll forgive her. A girl needs a paycheck!

India de Beaufort

I can't say that I've seen any of her work, but who doesn't love a beautiful woman in leather? You can see this week's hot chick, India de Beaufort, in Comedy Central's new series, "Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire."