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March 31, 2007

What's New? A Movie Review of "The Lookout."

For this movie review of "The Lookout" The Dude on the Right loves the movie but does his best not to give away too many of the twists and turns. He does mention a shoelace, but that's not really giving much away. It's got a bank heist, some quality kills, and some sex, but that's not really what the movie is about.

Posted by Rightdude at 8:11 PM | Comments (0)

March 30, 2007

What's New? A Podcast of: Sanjaya is Safe Again, and Maybe Paula Abdul was Watching "Bruce Almighty." It's Good.

For this podcast The Dude on the Right is mostly focused on all things "American Idol." Sanjaya is safe again, and The Dude is starting to think he might be more influential than Howard Stern. He's still happy Gina is safe, is thinking of starting a Haley fan-club, and wonders if Paula Abdul might have been watching "Bruce Almighty" before the show.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:12 PM | Comments (0)

What's New? A Movie Review of "Blades of Glory."

For this movie review of "Blades of Glory," The Dude on the Right doesn't give an in-depth look about the movie because he is also busy working on the latest installment of "Stu & The Dude Reviewin' the Movies for You," which will review the same film. He just wants to quickly make sure that if you want to laugh you go and see this movie. But then, of course, come back and see their animated review, because Stu Gotz won't fair too well.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:07 PM | Comments (0)

March 27, 2007

Dammit, I'm Still Voting for Sanjaya (and Haley and Gina)! And Dammit 2, Gwen Stefani is Still Hot.

By: The Dude on the Right
Gwen Stefani looked utterly adorable in her little clips, but I have to say she didn’t come off that great as a vocal coach. Vocals aside, what she really needed to do was coach some of these folks on stage performance, because, sadly, some of them seemed to really be lacking this week.

In any case, this episode was the "music of No Doubt or music that inspired No Doubt" week. What we have learned is that Donna Summer and The Police seemed to have the most influence on the band, and that Sanjaya loves to change his hair so we should vote for him.

Here’s what I thought of this week’s performances…

Lekisha: Sang Donna Summer’s "Last Dance." Ugly-ass dress, still sings great and performs well. I hate being superficial, but she needs to fix those teeth.

Chris (big hair): Sang The Police’s "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic." Sounds bad, and is trying to up the performance aspect, but man, it just doesn’t seem to be working, and he’s still off on the tempo side.

Gina: Sang The Pretenders’ "I’ll Stand By You." Sticking with the punkish outfit works for her, sounded fantastic, but the only problem I had was she didn’t work any of the stage.

Sanjaya: Sang No Doubt’s "Bathwater." I looked up at the screen as he started and yelled "Oh my God!" Why? Because his hair was set up in sort-of Mohawk mode. He wasn’t good, and I’ll bet the 10 to 12 year olds will still love him. He had moments of being able to sing, but for the most part he was bad, and I’m still voting for him. Simon said it best with "I don’t think it matters anymore what we say." Simon recognizes the magnitude of the Sanjaya movement.

Haley: Sang Cyndi Lauper’s "True Colors." She has the entire pop-idol package, from the looks to the good-enough voice. It will be interesting if she can just stick around because they can mold her into the next Kelly Clarkson, but this performance was just okay.

Phil: Sang The Police’s "Every Breath You Take." Bad skull-cap, but I think they are using it to cover his bald head that I think looks worse. I thought the performance was blah compared to what the judges said.

Melinda: Sang Donna Summer’s "Heaven Knows." Still a great voice, knows how to perform, but back in my superficial mood, could afford to lose a few pounds (don’t get all anorexic on me now, please), but those couple of pounds puts her into "Whitney Houston in her prime" mode.

Blake: Sang The Cure’s "Love Song." Took a great song and "bored" it up. The passion of Robert Smith seemed to be totally lost. I really didn’t like him.

Jordin: Sang No Doubt’s "Hey Baby." I was in the Jordin camp, after Sanjaya of course, but she didn’t pull this one off at all. Maybe it was better live for the audience, but for me on my TV it missed the sexiness of Gwen.

Chris (less hair): Sang No Doubt’s "Don’t Speak." Looked stiff as a board at the beginning, still looked stiff as a board in the middle, and even getting away from the mike stand, still looked stiff. Sounded okay, but the performance blew.

I now have only three reasons to watch "American Idol." One is Haley, who might not be the strongest singer but has the entire "Idol" package. Two is Gina because she has a good voice and is from my neck of the woods. And of course three is Sanjaya, because if he won he would be the best Non-American Idol idol ever.

I’ve been voting for Sanjaya early, and often. I only wish I had some dead relatives who could also vote. At least Howard Stern has his listeners, I can’t even convince Mama Gotz to vote for Sanjaya, but hopefully Stu Gotz was able to sneak in a couple of votes.

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 9:23 PM | Comments (1)

March 26, 2007

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Trump Wants The Dude, Stu Saw Some Nija Turtles, The Dude Saw a Sniper and a Sandler, and Bad Starbucks' Etiquette.

For this podcast of "Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up!", The Dude on the Right tries to impress Stu Gotz with his letter from Donald Trump. Stu doesn't really care because he's got Starbucks' issues. They both, also, saw some movies, including "Shooter," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," and "Reign Over Me." And in Chicagoland this weekend, they both enjoyed the nice weather.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:34 PM | Comments (0)

March 25, 2007

What's New? A Movie Review of "Reign Over Me."

For this movie review of "Reign Over Me" The Dude on the Right thought the movie had a ton of potential, but lost it by having too many things that didn't make sense in the real world. And yet, he got weepy during the film.

Posted by Rightdude at 6:39 PM | Comments (0)

March 24, 2007

What's New? A Movie Review of "Shooter."

For this movie review of "Shooter" The Dude on the Right isn't sure where to start. He sort of liked the movie, thought Bob (Mark Wahlberg) getting shot wasn't necessary and a time-waster, and wished Sarah (Kate Mara) got naked. It did have a ton of quality kills, though.

Posted by Rightdude at 4:35 PM | Comments (0)

Go Oregon, Georgetown, and OSU. And Keep Your Shoes On!

By: The Dude on the Right
With the Southern Illinois Saluki loss the other night, I figured I was totally out of my NCAA March Madness pools, but with a little analysis I realized I still might have a chance. Sure it’s a long shot, but there are only a few things that need to happen in the next two days of basketball that keep me alive.

The first thing is simply that The Ohio State must win, since I’ve got them winning the whole kit and caboodle. But for the rest of everything I’ve got the underdogs winning, which if it happens, that would be my upper hand. I’ve got Oregon beating Florida, and then beating either Kansas or UCLA to get to the championship game. Then I’ve got Georgetown beating North Carolina, but losing to The Ohio State. That sets up my Oregon/The Ohio State final, with the Buckeyes winning in a defensive battle.

Sometimes those crazy brackets are so confusing, but not as confusing as my latest trip to the movie theater.

I went to see "Shooter," the Mark Wahlberg flick where he plays a sniper. It’s about five minutes before showtime and in the row ahead of me something disturbing happens: Suddenly I see two people, and four feet in white socks (at least the socks looked clean), using the headrests in front of them as footrests. These weren’t even rebellious teenagers, the couple looked to be in the mid to late twenties. Cell phones and screaming babies aside, the movie-going experience is quickly becoming a chore, especially since someone’s parents didn’t impress upon their kids that A) You shouldn’t put your shoes on the seat in front of you, and B) Even worse, you shouldn’t take your shoes off and put your feet on the seat in front of you. Sometimes I just hate people.

Well, I would like all of you out there, no matter your NCAA picks, to cheer on Oregon, Georgetown, and of course The Ohio State. I would also like to remind you to keep your shoes on.

And of course, Vote for Sanjaya!

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 4:25 PM | Comments (0)

March 21, 2007

Sanjaya is Safe, for Another Week.

By: The Dude on the Right
Damn, the controversy just keeps growing.  I won't say who got voted off tonight, only to say that Sanjaya Malakar is safe for another week.  Eric the Midget must be pissed because I believe that means Sanjaya will be part of the "American Idol" Tour, and even though "The Stern Effect" is purported to be over for satellite radio, it is now repurported by various news outlets that the Howard Stern effect might now be part of the reason for Sanjaya sticking around?

Now it comes down to things like these: 

- Are the folks at "American Idol" worried about the ratings since they seem to have the weakest group of singers ever, and this Sanjaya controversy keeps folks tuning in?

- Does Howard Stern fans vote, in such numbers, to make a difference who stays and who goes?

- I'll be honest, there aren't too many hotties on "American Idol" this season.  Are we now just voting for Haley, who sang something, I think, but it didn't matter because she looked hot in her tight shorts and it didn't look like she was wearing a bra.  Or are we voting for Sanjaya, just to keep getting crowd shots of his sister, "Team Sanjaya," who also, I guess, worked at Hooters, and if Sanjaya wins, will Simon quit the show?

Suddenly "American Idol" is getting more free publicity than it might have hoped for, and it's only because of Sanjaya, who is still around for another week.

And next week Sanjaya might still suck, but I'll still vote for him.

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 9:14 PM | Comments (0)

March 20, 2007

Did You Vote for Sanjaya on "American Idol?"

By: The Dude on the Right
We're still voting for Sanjaya, right?  It doesn't matter that I think he butchered "You Really Got Me," even though Paula and Randy seemed to think the Sanjaya-man was coming into his own.

Anyway, it was a night of the '60s invasion, and most of the singers had no clue what they were singing, but I have to say that their "coaches" probably did the best I have seen at making the singers understand their songs.

I've already gotten through four times voting for Sanjaya (I hope I have the right number), so I hope that isn't a bad sign, but in any case, here's my thoughts on the singing tonight.

Haley: Sang "Tell Him."  She broke out of her shell, great outfit showing her assets, but smiles too much. Simon: "You naughty little thing." And I agree, who cares about her singing.

Chris: (with almost no hair): Sang "Don’t Let the Sun Get you Cryin’" Thought he sounded good, but seems to lose it in on the "personality" side.

Stephanie: Sang "You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me." Good song, just off a bit. Something is missing in terms of performance.

Blake:  Sang "Time of the Season," complete with Paula dancing. I think Randy is screwed in the head, and so was Paula, because they both liked him.  I thought he was okay, in a "Dancing Robot" kind of way, but how do you turn that into a concert act?

LeKisha: Sang "Diamonds are Forever." It was a horrible dress, but she still has a great voice. She doesn’t have the stage presence as the singer, and I can’t believe our Fox affiliate is having problems with their feed right now.

Phil: (The Bald Dude): Sang "Tobacco Road."  Still the best so far out of the dudes, but man, he can’t pull off the bald look. Maybe he just tried too hard for Simon.

Jordin: Sang "I Who Have Nothing."  Unless Melinda blows everyone out of the water, Jordin is turning into the person to beat. She has the voice, and the looks, and the attitude, to put herself into Kelly Clarkson mode.

Sanjaya: Sang "You Really Got Me." What the hell was with the crying girl in the audience? Simon has a look on his face like "Oh my ‘f’-ing God. What the hell was that?" Paula and Randy seemed to like him because he ran around the stage, but he sounded like crap on my TV.  VOTE FOR SANJAYA!

Gina: Sang "Paint it Black."  Lose about 15 pounds and she could turn into the Pat Benatar of 2007. She’s not a pop-idol and needs to follow the Chris Daughtry road, getting out of the "American Idol" mold. Simon misses her potential this week, I think, but in the end she's not for this show.

Chris (with bushy hair): Sang "She’s Not There."  A good voice but is just missing the stage presence to put him into the next league. He’s trying, but it’s not natural.

Melinda: Sang "As Long as He Needs Me."  She has the killer voice, and great stage presence, but, isn’t an "American Idol" personality.  Doesn't matter, she will be a force to be reckoned with in the R&B movement.

I've gotten through a couple of more time in my voting for Sanjaya while I was typing this blog, so we'll see what happens in keeping him along.  In any case "American Idol" has gotten boring this year, at least for the singing.  Right now, thanks for Sanjaya.  We'll see if he is safe in the results show tomorrow.

In any case, always keep voting for your "American Idol." It's kind of like living in Chicago where you vote early, and you vote often.

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 9:38 PM | Comments (0)

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up!: Vote for Sanjaya, Movie Talk, Chris Rock, Building Shelves, and More!

For this podcast of "Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up" The Dude on the Right reminds Stu Gotz about voting for Sanjaya on "American Idol." Stu saw "Premonition" and fills in The Dude while The Dude saw "I Think I Love My Wife" and fills in Stu. There's also NCAA basketball talk, and Stu got in trouble for making shelves.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:26 AM | Comments (0)

March 17, 2007

What's New? Movie Reviews of "300" and "I Think I Love My Wife."

The Dude on the Right saw "300" last week, but didn't get off his ass until this week to review the movie. Maybe he was just shocked the teenagers ended up so well behaved, or was just mystified by the gratuitous violence and nudity. He also saw "I Think I Love My Wife" which he can't relate to, since he hasn't been married. He thought everything was good with the Chris Rock movie, up until the musical number at the end. Chris Rock shouldn't sing, nor be in a musical.

Posted by Rightdude at 9:03 PM | Comments (0)

March 15, 2007

What's New? A Podcast of: Sanjaya is Still Alive on "American Idol," Paula Abdul Quotes, and the SIU Salukis in the Final Four.

For this podcast The Dude on the Right tries to explain how the Southern Illinois Salukis will get to the Final Four of the NCAA tournament. He is also on the "Keep Sanjaya Alive" movement for "American Idol" and has his favorite Paula Abdul moments. He also ponders getting another degree, but wonders if it might be legitimate.

Posted by Rightdude at 8:25 PM | Comments (0)

March 14, 2007

Who Gets Booted from "American Idol?" Hopefully not Sanjaya.

By: The Dude on the Right
So the final twelve got their truly first taste of "Holy shit, I might win American Idol?!?", and it's not looking good for any of the dudes, but it looks like Simon has figured out who would be the money-maker if only she would sing better.  Here's my take on last night's singing, on Diana Ross night...

Brandon: Not a good start for the dudes. He seemed rushed, or the band seemed to playing the song too fast for him. Then he blew it when he couldn’t recover after his pelvic thrusting.

Melinda: She was great, but she needs to drop a few pounds to get into a different league.

Chris (with hair): Ruined a beautiful song by trying to do a new arrangement.

Gina: I think she did a decent version and is in a weird league on the show being the "rocker-chick."

Sanjaya: He was fantastic in his Sanjaya way and so deserves to stay, just so we can see Simon pull his hair out.

Haley: Boring but nice legs. I think Simon is secretly rooting for her to pull it together because of most of the contestants she has the look to pull off the pop-idol career.

Phil: So far he was the best of the dudes, but still nothing special, and doesn't have a pop-idol look.

Lekisha: Great voice, in that Motown style of way.

Blake: Why do these dudes think they need to "update" these songs, and then suck at it?

Stephanie: She just seemed okay, nothing special.

Chris (with less hair): He was just bad.

Jordin: She sounded and looked great.  She's the closest to having the entire idol package.

Looks like the competition is between Melinda, Lekisha, and Jordin, with Gina tossed in as a wild card if only because she is the exact opposite of that trio.  None of the dudes are close to the girls at this point, but I'm still throwing my hat in Sanjaya's corner, just for the shear humor of it.

Who gets booted?  We'll find out tonight, but from one web site it's looking good for Sanjaya sticking around for awhile.  Hooray! 

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 7:06 PM | Comments (0)

March 13, 2007

I Might Just be Voting for Sanjaya on "American Idol."

By: The Dude on the Right
After watching "American Idol" last week I have a prediction that next season there might be some changing in how the top twelve finalists are picked, namely that from the "top 24" to the "top twelve" the judges will have a vote for who gets booted, kind of like how the voting is handled for "Dancing With the Stars," where the judge's scores are averaged with the phone-in vote.  From the looks on Randy, Paula, and Simon's faces, they did not seemed pleased with everyone who made it to the top twelve.

And since I'm not that pleased with everyone who made it to the top twelve either, and after listening to Howard Stern this morning, I am really close to jumping on the "Vote for the Worst" bandwagon and pledge my allegiance to Sanjaya.  As I write this I am even closer to trying to keep Sanjaya around, especially after witnessing Brandon's opening number for tonight's show, where he forgot the words to the song after his "Elvis Pelvic-Thrust Maneuver."  I suppose I'll see how Gina does, since she's from my neck of the woods, but for now, as Howard put it, I would love to see Simon pulling out his hair as Sanjaya gets closer to being our next "American Idol."

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 7:38 PM | Comments (0)

March 12, 2007

What's New? Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up Podcast: Bet on Heather's Leg, Happy Birthday Stu, A Trip to Ohio, and "300."

For this podcast of "Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up" The Dude on the Right went home to Ohio, and his city wasn't gone. Instead he tells Stu Gotz of things like bad radio, restaurant reviews, math, and "Dancing Queen." The Dude also saw "300" and lets Stu know if he can expect nudity, sex, and violence in the film. Stu, on the other hand, celebrated a birthday but is in a bad mood because he didn't get the present he was expecting.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:11 PM | Comments (0)

March 6, 2007

Tyra Banks says "So What!", I Say "Just Come, and Celebrate."

By: The Dude on the Right
I've got two topics I want to blog about this evening.  One was brought about by listening to Howard Stern the last couple of days when he was commenting about Tyra Banks' new "So What!" campaign where you can, as I'm typing this (nice typo Tyra people), "Upload You 'So What!' Video".  The other is a quick comment about the Olympics.  Sure, maybe as a blogger I should separate them into two different blogs, but read about what you want.

So let's get to the Tyra Banks' "So What!" campaign.  It seems Tyra is trying to empower women (and maybe dudes) to be happy and be one with some self-esteem issues by simply saying "So what!"  On its surface it seems like a nice campaign, but what bothers me is that, for the most part, it pretty much only deals with weight issues.  She had women on her show, wearing one-piece bathing suits, with their weight plastered on them, I guess as a testament to their being proud of their bodies (if they were that proud, shouldn't they have been in two-piece suits?  I'm sorry, I digress.).  Her website spotlights three women from the show, one who "So what"-ed that her thighs rubbed together when she walked, another who "So what"-ed she couldn't lose the last 15 pounds, and another who "So what"-ed that her thighs jiggled when she walked.

My problem is that weight should never be a "So what!" issue, and as someone who continues to struggle with his weight, I've joked, thanks to Homer Simpson, "I've been an obese man trapped inside a fat man's body" many a time, but never, as self-esteemish as it is, did I ever dream of shouting "So what!" about my weight.  From the way I see it "So what!" things should be left for things like "Sometimes I like to pee in the shower," or maybe "Every now and then I don't shave my legs for a week," or maybe "Yes, I'm almost 40 and I like 'Smallville,'" or maybe "I like to smell my own farts," or maybe "Some days I like to wear sweats and not do my hair," or maybe "I still watch 'Survivor,'" or maybe "I'm a women and have no problem going to 'Hooters.'"   And I could go on and on.

But do you recognize something about all of the above "So whats!"?  None of them are really health issues.  Having a "So what" attitude about your weight is a health issue, and a life issue, and if I were Tyra my campaign might be "It's My Struggle, not Yours" and not "So What!"  Here's what "So what!" about your weight might lead to:  Diabetes, heart issues, cholesterol issues, high blood pressure, higher insurance costs, depression, and just dying before you want to.

I know there are two things I need to do to get myself back to being a healthy person, but for reasons not for here, not right now, I am not progressing at those two things like I would want to.  But even as I don't do those two things have I ever had the attitude Tyra Banks seems to want me to have about my weight, namely "So what!", because at that point I might as well come back to another quote I used to joke about, "I'm one with my fat self," and then maybe wonder when being my fat self would make me have to take at least a half-dozen pills just to stay alive.

For me I'm thinking I might have to focus a little more on the two things I need to do to keep me alive a little longer in this world rather than listen to the advice of "So what!"  Sadly, for other people, they will say "So what!" for a while, and then wonder why, when they are older, they have to pop a lot of pills and say "Why me?"

Enough Tyra Banks.

Oh yea, there's that Olympic thing.  This blog has gone on a little longer than planned so I'll just say this.  The United States Olympic Evaluation Commission is visiting Chicago this week to see if Chicago would be a better place to host the 2016 Olympics as opposed to Los Angeles.  Chicago is a better place.  Los Angeles already has stuff built.  We get to build new stuff.  Isn't that what the Olympics are about - New Champions, and new stuff!

"If Chicago builds it, they will come.  The World will.  Come.  And Celebrate."

And if the Chicago Olympic folks want to pay me for that slogan, I'm up for negotiations, that's the Chicago way

"So What!" is a crappy campaign, from Tyra Banks, but for the USOC, hey, just come, and celebrate.

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 9:12 PM | Comments (1)

March 5, 2007

What's New? Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! "dirt," Movie Talk, and A Sweet 16 Party vs Vegas.

For this podcast of "Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up!", The Dude on the Right gets to tell Stu Gotz about his "exciting" weekend, seeing "Black Snake Moan" and "Wild Hogs," while Stu tells The Dude about what happened while he was in Las Vegas, and that if The Dude had spent his travel money going to Vegas instead of his niece's birthday party, well, The Dude could have also been a part of it. The Dude on the Right now has to keep reciting "Family comes first" instead of "I could have seen boobs."

Posted by Rightdude at 7:39 PM | Comments (0)

March 4, 2007

Maybe My Sister Should be a Movie Critic.

By: The Dude on the Right
The movie industry is a bizarre monster, and so are the critic rating scales.  My case in point is the release of "Wild Hogs" this week (and I suppose "Norbit" a few weeks back).  Hundreds, if not thousands of critics, thought it (they) sucked, yet as of tonight "Wild Hogs" did about $38 Million bucks worth of business for the weekend.  Me, I gave it 1 1/2 stars out of 5, which pretty much for me means it's a rental at best.  But where did these $38 Million dollars worth of people come from?  Was the word of mouth that great?  Did people just want to see a movie, and rather than see something that was nominated for an Academy Award, or the R rated "Zodiac" or "Black Snake Moan" that also opened this weekend, did they just opt for "Wild Hogs" by default?  I don't know, but maybe critics need a new rating scale, kind of the anti-critic scale, so I'm trying to come up with one, based mostly upon my sister.

You see, and I can't verify this yet until she sees it, but I think my sister will find "Wild Hogs" one of the funniest movies ever (she also really liked "RV"), as opposed to most people who watch or analyze movies for a living.  While I was watching the movie I could pretty much envision every instance where my sister would be laughing, mostly because there was a woman, a couple of rows behind me as I was watching the movie, laughing at those moments.  Me, I found Borat very funny, 4 1/2 stars funny, as did most critics, but this woman behind me, during "Wild Hogs" well, from her laughter, this was probably a 7 Stars out of 5 comedy.

As a critic I try to at least relate my reviews to those who might like the movie, and I can see how "Wild Hogs" can give folks some entertainment for a little over an hour and a half.  But you can't get that from a simple 3 stars out of 4, from a simple thumb, from a simple tomato, or from a simple beer rating.  Nope, who will like a movie is a hell of lot more complicated than that, sometimes it just has to relate to my sister.

And right now I'm just wondering what she would have given this movie?

Maybe, in a bizarre way, there's actually a place for her to be a movie critic.  Too bad I can't offer her a job, unless, with the Mega Millions jackpot at over $340 million, I might be able to, when my numbers come in this Tuesday night.

Then again, maybe not, and "Wild Hogs" is still a 1 1/2 star movie out of 5 on my critic scale, or also rated "Sister" on my new scale.

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at 7:40 PM | Comments (1)

What's New? A Movie Review of "Wild Hogs."

For this movie review of "Wild Hogs" The Dude on the Right thinks he needs to come up with a new rating system for movies, different from the "star" thing. He knows the Siskel and Ebert and Roeper "thumb" thing is the best, but has now realized that a movie like "Wild Hogs" needs one not related to stars, to thumbs, to tomatoes, or to beers. With that, The Dude gives the movie a "Sister."

Posted by Rightdude at 6:34 PM | Comments (0)

March 3, 2007

What's New? A Movie Review of "Black Snake Moan."

For this movie review of "Black Snake Moan," The Dude on the Right divides people who will see the movie into two classes. The Dude believes he is in Class A, at least after he got over his ogling of Christina Ricci, and really liked the movie. He also remains a fan of Samuel L. Jackson, and thinks Justin Timberlake also has a future career as an actor.

Posted by Rightdude at 3:42 PM | Comments (0)

March 2, 2007

What's New? A Podcast of: Anna Nicole Smith is Still Dead, American Idol is Not, and Fatherly Wisdom.

For this podcast The Dude on the Right introduces his latest news correspondent, Walter Dudeonright, to give the Anna Nicole Smith update. He also talks about the "American Idol" results where he was sad Leslie Hunt got voted off, wonders about Antonella Barba, and wonders if Ryan Seacrest wondered if Kellie Pickler spent some of her money on new boobs. The Dude also comments on some great "Dad Wisdom" thanks to one of his favorite commercials.

Posted by Rightdude at 5:56 PM | Comments (0)

March 1, 2007

What's New? Stu & The Dude Reviewin' the Movies for You! Ghost Rider

For this video podcast episode of "Stu & The Dude Reviewin' the Movies for You!", the boys tackle "Ghost Rider." They both kind of liked the movie, especially Eva Mendes' boobs, but The Dude on the Right really wishes Stu Gotz would have used the fire extinguisher hanging on the chair.

Posted by Rightdude at 8:14 PM | Comments (0)


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