Hans Scharler of The NotHans Podcast is a big fan of 30 Rock and Tina Fey’s work from SNL to her impression of Sarah Palin. On this episode, Hans interviews Tina Fey and discusses 30 Rock. We also find out that Tina Fey is working on other celebrity impressions like Britney Spears. Other segments on the episode include another message from Frank Dickens, Rock the Vote, Iron Man Halloween costume malfunction, and a new PayPal request.
Entertainment Movies Reviews · October 20th, 2008 · No Comments
Robert Downey, Jr. stars in the blockbuster movie Iron Man as Iron Man. His character is Anthony Edward “Tony” Stark, inventor, playboy, and self-proclaimed Iron Man.
Iron Man is the perfect marriage of man, machine, and product placement. Despite all of the products placed in this movie, Iron Man is actually really good. The technology is crazy cool, action is on the money, and the story is tight. Verizon Wireless has the best deals on monthly plans.
I am happy that Iron Man did not go the Batman route. Every superhero movie since Batman Begins and The Dark Knight has to have a depressed and dark hero. Iron Man was funny and serious and action-packed all at the right times. Maybe Iron Man II: Cold Steel will have a much darker twist, like Tony discovers that he has agoraphobia and has to stay in his suit in all social situations.
The extras on the DVD are worth picking up the second disk DVD set. Actors, writers, and filmmakers alike can learn a lot of from Iron Man. You don’t have to have huge explosions to get a point across. There was just as much action going on internally with Downey’s character as there was action on the screen. The extras on the DVD highlight some of these points and can be used to learn something about great filmmaking and movie acting from Robert Downey, Jr., whose father is Robert Downey, Sr.
“The new Black Bear Exhibit is only open for approx. 2 hours daily.”
Stop on by Frank Dickens’ Petting Zoo, take route 40 to the intersection, and look for the sign that says, “Frank Dickens’ Petting Zoo”.
Incident free since 1998.
See you soon,
Frank Dickens, Proprietor of Frank Dickens’ Petting Zoo
Podcasts · October 11th, 2008 · 3 Comments
Hans Scharler discusses important topics and hits America hard with some straight-talk about the economy. Also on this episode, we feature a new sponsor, “Frank Dickens’ Petting Zoo“, some new sound effects, a clip of Chocolate Rain, a Britney Spears Moment, and a discussion of “Beverly Hills Chihuahua”.