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December 28, 2009

A Roomba Review, A Sherlock Holmes Reviews, Christmas is Gone, and a Batch of WTF's.

This is more of a "Christmas Weekend Wrap-Up" podcast rather than just a "Weekend Wrap-Up," so The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz discuss the various gifts they received, how the little Gotz's got a few too many gifts, and Stu gives his review of the Roomba.  Both of the boys saw "Sherlock Holmes" and they give their take on the film, The Dude on the Right tells Stu if he should rent "Julie & Julia" to watch with Mama Gotz, and they both think "Kelly's Heroes" is a kick-ass movie.  There is talk about the airplane bomber dude, about AT&T sucking by not selling iPhones to people in New York City (although they seem to be selling them again), about someone who should know what an iPod is but doesn't, and about ungrateful family members.  With the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football playing the Minnesota Vikings and Brett Favre, the boys don't talk about football for this podcast, but then again, with the Bears sucking so bad, who cares?

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December 13, 2009


"G-Force" is coming out on Blu-ray and DVD, and The Dude on the Right reviews the movie, even though he doesn't have kids. He likes the movie for what it is, but probably doesn't realize how smart kids are nowadays, wondering if they will understand the entire concept of a computer virus, let alone guinea pigs being able to communicate with humans. Hopefully the kids will stick to enjoying the movie rather than trying to outfit their real guinea pigs with blow-torches, but in any case, thanks to The Dude's buddy, Stu Gotz, The Dude figures the movie will be good for the kids, and for the parents.

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Sure, the DVD of "Duplicity" came out a little while ago, but The Dude on the Right finally got to it on his Netflix queue and decided he should have put something else on that list. It's not that he didn't like the story concept because sure, who doesn't like some corporate espionage and Julia Roberts almost getting naked, but the dude thinks the movies just tried to hard to be "surprising" instead of buttoning up the story. The Blu-ray doesn't even have anything that cool on it, so go ahead, rent the movie, and see if your honey will give you some loving after spending two hours watching this one.

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November 20, 2009

The Kevin Smith Collection: Clerks, Chasing Amy, and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back

"Clerks" and "Chasing Amy" have now made it to Blu-ray, but during his review of "The Kevin Smith Collection: Clerks, Chasing Amy, and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back," The Dude on the Right is still wondering why there is a documentary about the making of "Jay and Silent Bob" on the "Clerks" disc. Yes, he listened to Kevin Smith explain why, but The Dude has his own thoughts on the box set, and thinks maybe it is time for a full-blown Kevin Smith set. In the end The Dude thought the "Chasing Amy" disc is the best value for your money, but hey, you have a Blu-ray player so you might as well watch something in black and white on it and "Clerks" is hilarious no matter on what screen.

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November 17, 2009


"Bruno" is out on DVD (and Blu-ray), and The Dude on the Right decides to give his review. Hell, he liked the movie when it was in the theaters, sort of, but the DVD version puts him over the top in terms of funny. Actually, The Dude doesn't really like the "movie" part of the story at all, thinks it is a waste of times, but for another great look at buffoonery, scary parents, homophobic ultimate fighting fans, and LaToya Jackosn being even more out there than Paula Abdul, he suggests you get the DVD if only for the extras and to be able to fast-forward throught the plot.

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November 16, 2009

Monsters, Inc.

As The Dude on the Right was watching "Monsters, Inc." for his Blu-ray review, he wondered if the movie would still be as enjoyable as when he saw it in the theater. Well, The Dude loved the movie all over again, and for his perusing of the 4-Disc Combo Pack, he found it well worth the money, even if you already bought the movie when it came out on DVD before. Sure, there are a few extras, and a game for your "Monsters" fan, but for the picture quality alone it is a great combo for your Blu-ray/big-screen combination, and if you ever wanted to learn how movies like this go from a brief idea to the final product, there are tons of extras that give some explanations. Needless to say, The Dude on the Right loved it all.

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November 13, 2009


The Dude on the Right admits that seeing "Up" on the theater big-screen, in 3D, is cooler than on the big-screen in his living room, but for his review of the movie "Up," and the 4-disc Blu-ray combo pack, you sure get a whole lot of stuff for your Blu-ray dollar. Sure you will get a movie that he loved, in all its Blu-ray splendor, but the extras included are too numerous to mention in this synopsis so you should read the revie, but here is a sample: There are explanations of character development, artistic development, how the story changed, an extra copy of the movie on standard DVD, a Digital Copy for your portable player, and if that weren't enough there are a couple of "Movie Shorts" in Pixar story-telling glory. All The Dude really knows is that the movie was great, and the extras make this one Blu-ray purchase that is definitely worth it. And hey, you might actually learn some geography if you play the included game called "Global Guardian Badge Game."

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October 19, 2009

Staying in Bed, Management, Toy Stories, Not Being Prepared, and Balloon Boy!

The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz wanted to both be in bed, only not together, and for different reasons, and they explain why during their “Weekend Wrap-Up!” podcast.  Neither reason had drinking to excess involved, just klutziness and flu-ness, but they both had some movieness with “Management” and the 3-D versions of “Toy Story” and “Toy Story 2.”  The boys also discuss Balloon Boy and the hoax that is ensuing, a topic that somehow shifts into the musical styling’s of The 5th Dimension and Monty Python.  All of that, plus some Chicago Bears’ talk, some Sweetest Day talk, and chocolaty goodness of Count Chocula.

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August 17, 2009

The Goods, Monk, Harry Potter, and a Light Fixture.

Stu Gotz wonders why there aren't any science explanations at the "Harry Potter" exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, but during this podcast episode of "Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up!", the boys at least have something in common - their laughing during "The Goods," a movie most nobody went to see. The Dude tells Stu about "The Rocker" and "The Soloist," Stu can't figure out when "Monk" ends on TV, and Stu is sort of amazed that The Dude didn't burn the Dude-Pad down while doing some home improvements. All of that and more for your listening pleasure.

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April 20, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Seeing the Chicago Cubs, Seeing 17 Again, Seeing Slumdog Millionaire, and Seeing More!

Crappy traffic couldn't keep The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz apart this morning, especially since they had a "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast to record! Stu had quite the adventure because he took The Gotz family to see The Chicago Cubs play the St. Louis Cardinals, and little did he know but Wrigley Field would be invaded by seagulls. The Dude tells Stu that "17 Again" isn't that horrible and Matthew Perry might actually be a really good actor, and Netflix queuing abounded with Stu seeing "Slumdog Millionaire" and The Dude seeing "The Secret Life of Bees." Stu missed out, though, because The Dude saw Donald Trump make fun of Jesse James on "Celebrity Apprentice," but the both of them got to see some large breasts during The Miss USA Pageant. Such are their weekends, sometimes.

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April 5, 2009

Inaugural Blu-ray Reviews of "Pinocchio" & "Quantum of Solace" from The W.G.N., and a Movie Review of "Adventureland" from Me!

By: The Dude on the Right
Finally I am getting back into the swing of things after my vacation to Dreams Villamagna last weekend (more on that in the coming weeks), and thanks to the inaugural Blu-ray reviews from The W.G.N. of "Pinocchio" and "Quantum of Solace," all I had to do was write about seeing "Adventureland." As far as those Blu-ray movies, The W.G.N. liked "Pinocchio" (and who doesn't?), although he does get a little conflicted with the Blu-ray version because even though it does look good, he still can't stand the black bars on the sides because it just seems like such a waste. He liked "Quantum of Solace" on Blu-ray a lot more than I did in the theater, but hey, to each their own, and I was as snookered as many of you might have been, thinking "Adventureland" was some kind of "Superbad" remake, but it's really not, in fact it's a really good movie but more in an adult/artsy kind of way.

I've got my new calendar/todo application for my iPhone to keep me organized now, I've got my new "what the hell am I eating and how little am I exercising" tracker was well, and in a matter of weeks the dude-pad renovations will be complete, so "Back to normal!" is now the rallying cry for the 2nd quarter of 2009. Oh, who the hell am I kidding, 2009 is looking like nothing like normal, I guess I should just keep writing, keep posting, and enjoy the ride!

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

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March 10, 2009

What's New? Blu-ray DVD review of: South Park: The Complete 12th Season

The Dude on the Left has been absent for a while, but there's nothing to bring him out of hiding like a request to review "South Park: The Complete 12th Season," and since he's got a Blu-ray player, he busts his butt to give a complete review of all aspects of the 3 DVD set. And since he figures most "South Park" fans have already seen the episodes, he begins his review immediately commenting about the special features of the set, and then delves into the various episodes (like "Britney's New Look," "Major Boobage," "The China Problem," and "About Last Night"). The boys of "South Park," Cartman, Kenny, Kyle, and Stan, looked better on Blu-ray, but The Dude on the Left is bummed a little because other than really looking good, there really isn't that much extra in terms of special features on the Blu-ray version.

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March 3, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Casimir Pulaski & Dupa's, Square Roots and Pi's, The Bachelor and BSG, iMacs and Flooring, and More!

The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz are a day late for this "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast, but it's only because they were celebrating with their people, thanks to Monday being Casimir Pulaski Day. They tried to celebrate Square Root Day, but Stu had trouble with his math, so instead, for most of the podcast they talk about Stu catching up on his TV viewing without Mama Gotz being around, The Dude saw "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" and some other movies on TV, but neither of them hit the movie theater. There's a huge shout-out to The Dude's sister (well, maybe not huge, but at least a "good job") for her latest accomplishment, The Dude has to re-enact "The Bachelor" finale since Stu didn't watch it, and a new iMac isn't as important as other purchases that The Dude on the Right is planning to spend his money on, at least, until, The Dude wins the Mega Millions jackpot.

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March 2, 2009

What's New? A DVD Review of: Beverly Hills Chihuahua

The Dude on the Right wondered if Stu Gotz was in "little kid" euphoria mode when he originally saw the movie in the theaters, so for this DVD review of "Beverly Hills Chihuahua," The Dude tests the waters to see if the movie is as entertaining for adults as it is for kids. Well, The Dude thinks that for the most part, if you are a parent you'll enjoy the movie and won't poke your eyes out, but unless you're a big, burly dude who owns a tiny dog, you'll probably want to steer clear because this movie probably isn't for you.

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February 15, 2009

What's New? A DVD Review of: "High School Musical 3: Senior Year"

The Dude on the Right realizes that staff member, Stu Gotz, probably won't understand, but for the release of "High School Musical 3: Senior Year," coming up on DVD on February 17th, The Dude actually thought the movie did exactly what it was meant to do during his DVD review, namely please the millions of fans that love the Disney series, and will give them something to sing-a-long with, now, for years and years to come. The only question that The Dude has is if the songs will stand the test of time, like the songs of "Grease" have? But, in the end, the underlying story is the same - about the decisions that must be made, whether about love, future, or baking a cake, that leaving high school sometimes seem to develop. Who knows, you might leave high school looking to design airplanes, and instead, well, you are reviewing "High School Musical 3: Senior Year."

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January 27, 2009

What's New? A DVD Review of: "City of Ember"

The Dude on the Right wanted to like "City of Ember" a lot more, but then his BFF wondered how the river of water led the heroes to a higher level and the engineer in The Dude kicked in for this review. It's a nice story that won't harm the little ones, but there are so many unanswered questions, even with some nice acting, that The Dude can't recommend the movie. Visually it is cool, actiony it is fun, but logically the movie falls apart. Bummer

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January 26, 2009

What's New? DVD Reviews of: "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "Funny Face".

Breakfast at Tiffany'sThe Dude on the Right sort of wanted to do a new podcast tonight, but then really wanted to watch Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich be interviewed by Larry King. When that interview really sucked, he finished his DVD reviews of Paramount's Centennial Collection editions of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "Funny Face." The Dude liked "Breakfast at Tiffany's," and not even because of the song from Deep Blue Something, and he liked "Funny Face" as he fast-forwarded through the singing and dancing, though he still wonders how a nearly 60 year old dude could snag an almost 30 year old dudette. He also wonders if people realize that Holly is the original "Pretty Woman."

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January 25, 2009

What's New? A DVD Review of: National Lampoon's Stoned Age

The Dude on the Right realizes that someone will find this movie funny, but for his review of "National Lampoon's Stoned Age," he knows that it isn't he, or is it him, or is it, well, The Dude didn't like the movie, even with all of the nudity. Maybe he was diverted becase Ali Larted didn't get naked, or maybe he was diverted because, well, he didn't actually like the movie, but National Lampoon has a DVD out, it's called "Stoned Age," and the funny isn't as close to "Animal House" nor even "Van Wilder." Search out the trailer and if you laugh, it's your kind of movie.

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January 22, 2009

What's New? A DVD Review of: Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling

Without a Paddle: Nature's CallingSometimes movies just can't decide if they want to be "kid-friendly" cute, or "college-age" raunchy, and during his review of the DVD "Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling," The Dude on the Right does his best to explain why this movie is stuck in the middle. There are some fun moments, The Dude is still mystified at the obsession with squirrels (and The Dude is a huge fan of squirrels), but in the end the movie tries to tread that fine line between raunchiness and cuteness, and doesn't do it well. That really bums out The Dude on the Right because he thought the plot, even as dorky as it was, had potential.

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What's New? A Podcast of: Idol, Loser, Lost, Survivor, Twitter, and a Lava Lamp!

The Dude on the Right is flying solo for this podcast, and if he's not careful his BFF might just break up with him. The sad thing is it would be over a Lava Lamp, and not something serious like putting the toilet seat down. But relationship difficulties aside, The Dude is also sucked back into all kinds of TV, like "American Idol" (He wants them to get to Hollywood already), "The Biggest Loser" (He hates Joella, likes Jillian's butt-crack, but misses Jillian being a hard-ass), "Lost" (He wonders what the hell is going on), and "Survivor: Tocantin's" (He wonders how you actually say "Tocantin"). And even though The Dude Twitters, he wonders how you can actually "follow" 20,000+ Twitterers.

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January 20, 2009

What's New? A Movie Review of "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," and a DVD Review of "Swing Vote."

The Dude on the Right still hasn't gotten into the swing of things for the new year so, well, he is kind of playing catch-up. For today's catching up he posts his review of "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," (he thinks the movie is great for eight-year-old boys, and his, umm, he-better-not-give-her-age, sister), as well as his DVD review of "Swing Vote" (he thinks it's a great DVD rental, thinks the extras kind of blow, but one "Campaign Commercial" still makes him nearly poop his pants). The Dude has a lot of other catching up to do, especially with his TV shows, so maybe the easiest thing would be for him to download, or is it upload, a bunch of crap to his iPhone, but what kind of fun would it be to see Jack Bauer kick ass on a tiny screen? The Dude just might need to invest in a Slingbox, or revisit his TV viewing set-up.

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January 12, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! A Lot of Movies, Manuary has Changed The Dude, and The Golden Globes

The Dude on the Right is changing during Manuary, but probably not in the way Manuary is supposed to change a man, so during this episode of Stu & The Dude's "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast, well, The Dude takes a little while to get out of his weekend transforming, thanks to going to Nordstrom's, seeing "Bride Wars," and watching DVD's of "Funny Face" and "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Stu Gotz does his best to get The Dude back into the real meaning of the month, although really, does his "listening" to "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Chipettes," really count? The both of them do talk about some exercising things, The Golden Globe Awards, and Tina Fey's boobs, so maybe Manuary is back on track.

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January 5, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Merriness ,Movies, MacWorld, Manuary, and More!

The New Year arrives bringing a new feature to Stu and The Dude's "Weekend Wrap-Up! Podcast" - I Subscribe to Playboy for the Articles.  Stu Gotz, sadly, probably won't be allowed to re-subscribe to the magazine after this podcast even if it would be for research purposes.  But the podcast isn't all about articles in Playboy - the boys also talk a lot about movies, with Stu on the children side with "Bedtime Stories" and "The Tale of Despereaux," and on the DVD side with "Ghost Town," while The Dude on the Right should probably give up his Manuary card because he got weepy while watching "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "Marley & Me," and "Young @ Heart."  And to top off his start of Manuary, The Dude also watched, with his BFF, "The Duchess" on DVD.  The podcast also includes The Dude being excited about the Macworld conference and explaining to Stu the health issues keeping Steve Jobs away from it, and let's not forget about talk of their New Year's Eve and Day. 

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December 30, 2008

What's New? A DVD Review of: Eagle Eye

The Dude on the Right always wondered if a helicopter scene in "Eagle Eye" showed St. James, a church in Chicago where he used to sometimes go to for mass on Sundays, as well as a view of Keating Hall, the "sports center" for the Illinois Institute of Technology where The Dude used to do can-openers off of the high-dive board, at the college where he also started doing reviews, but that's not important right now.  What is important right now is if he thought the DVD of "Eagle Eye" was any good, and pretty much The Dude on the Right thought it held up as well on his plasma as it did at the movie theater.  He was disappointed that the alternate ending version on the DVD wasn't the realistic version The Dude was looking for, he did like the "making of" features, and always loves a gag-reel, and maybe the commentary feature was cool, but The Dude rarely, and didn't, watch the movie with the commentary floating around in the background.  He does feel, though, if you want an action movie reminiscent of movies like "I, Robot", "The Italian Job", and "War Games," but with the effects of 2008, the DVD of "Eagle Eye" will let you enjoy your time at home, and then wonder if your cell phone is watching you.  Happy viewing!

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December 28, 2008

What's New? A DVD Review of "Ghost Town."

The Dude on the Right thought "Ghost Town" was okay when he saw it in the movie theater, but for this DVD review he feels it does a little better on the small screen, where you and your honey can snuggle a little more, make fun of things during the movie, and easily take a pee break without missing much.

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November 12, 2008

What's New? A DVD Review of: Like Water for Chocolate

The Dude on the Right let his BFF recommend some DVD viewing, so he watched (and read), and reviews, the movie "Like Water for Chocolate," complete with subtitles.  He realizes it is really a dudette-flick, but he enjoyed it anyway, because even though things get kind of strange, like a spontaneously combusting outhouse and a vindictive ghost, the story is nice, it made him dream about Mexican food, and sometimes he can appreciate a well-made foreign film.

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September 24, 2008

What's New? A DVD Review of "Baby Mama."

Is "Baby Mama" a movie for the dudes?  Well, The Dude on the Right saw the movie in the theater, and now does his DVD review of "Baby Mama," and he still thinks most dudes will find it funny.  It's pretty obvious the dudettes will find it funny, because, well, it's about dudette stuff, and the dudettes could easily use this movie as an excuse to have a dudette posse party, watching a funny movie a lot of them can relate with, but hopefully their dude isn't really like Carl (the Dax Shepard character).

Tina Fey is on a roll, with her Emmy Award winning show "30 Rock," and if John McCain dies, leaving Sarah Palin as President, and then Sarah has a brain aneurism, Tina could actually be the next President of the United States, in disguise, much like Dave became the President in the movie "Dave," and we wouldn't even know it.  Wow, that last comment isn't even about the DVD "Baby Mama."  You know what, just rent the damn thing - The Dude on the Right says that it's funny.

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September 23, 2008

What's New? A DVD Review of "I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With."

The Dude on the Right was going to save this review of "I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With" for a rainy day, just to get something posted, but right now he is so sucked back into the Fall TV season, well, it might as well be a rainy day.  So here is his posted review of the DVD, where more people than he can recognize are actually in this movie, but to name two, Jeff Garlin (duh, he wrote, directed and starred in it), and Steve Dahl (unless you live in Chicago you might say "Who?") have big or small parts, but hey, if you are a fan of Sarah Silverman, and want to see her in some slinky lingerie, this movie will probably be worth the rental, just to, well, see Sarah Silverman in slinky lingerie.

The Dude does find the movie funny, in terms of dialogue, but also thinks the movie drags a bit, even though he still thinks it's funny.  The Dude is really confused.

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August 6, 2008

The DVD Review Catch-Ups Have Begun!

By: The Dude on the Right
As I work into the realm of getting more DVD review copies to, well, review, I took it upon myself this week to work on catching up on some that I got sent to me in the last month or so.  So, without further ado, DVD reviews have been posted recently of the made-for-TV version of "The Andromeda Strain" (it's so a TV movie, with lots of plot able to be solved in the last few minutes of the DVD and "here would be a commercial break" moments), "The Lather Effect," (which in urban slang mode should have been called "The Shampoo Effect," and has a whole lot of talking and doesn't give you the greatest song ever, though it works for the movie), and "It's A Boy Girl Thing," (a "trading bodies" movie with every cliché you can imagine yet still gives some fun parts).  I've got a couple of horror movie DVD's to finish up, one about traveling that I got out of the blue, and then it's to my Netflix queue and hopefully a return to reviewing all of the CD's and videos I have.

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

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June 19, 2008

What's New? A Podcast of: A "The Swell Season" Preview, Meeting Family, The Bachelorette, and Missing "Nessun Dorma" on "America's Got Talent."

The Dude on the Right could really use a nap before this podcast about, mainly, going to see "The Swell Season," especially since getting back home was past his normal bedtime, but that's not important because this podcast isn't a full review of the show, just a quick blip at his still liking the folks from the movie "Once." The Dude also talks about some BFF family stuff, he's still watching "The Bachelorette," and is bummed he missed the premier of "America's Got Talent" where some dude did a great version of "Nessun Dorma" from Puccini's Turandot, complete with Jerry Springer interrupting it, because, well, it's on TV.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:52 PM | Comments (0)

May 18, 2008

What's New? DVD reviews of "Juno" and "Girls Just Want to Have Fun."

By: The Dude on the Right
I don't know if Stu Gotz and I will get together for a "Weekend Wrap-up!" podcast tomorrow, but I do know my weekend was filled with, well, I actually realized that my Dude-pad is filled up with too much stuff! It's almost like I need to create my own "eBay Store," only selling stuff I own, but now that eBay and Paypal changed the way people get paid, I don't know if it will actually be worth it, or if I should just throw the stuff out. Thinking about it, who would actually want a 3 1/2" floppy containing my original outline for a movie I envisioned back in, like 1989ish, a pair of pants that are too big for me and are a little bit worn, or a "Southern Comfort" flag? Tonight, though, are the Academy of Country Music Awards, and it kicked off with Carrie Underwood putting nearly every other "American Idol" to shame, and Reba McEntire letting her writers bring on the funny, even making funny of Roger Clemens (the joke, it was funny). Today, though, other than realizing I have too much stuff, I did accomplish DVD reviews of "Juno" and "Girls Just Want to Have Fun." Now if I could only figure out what to do with a giant, foam, cowboy hat.

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

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

April 14, 2008

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Golf, Movies, Religion and More!

Stu Gotz had some questions about religion for this podcast episode of "Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-up!", part of it related to priests, and part of it developed because of the news of Pope Benedict coming to the United States. Maybe Stu should forget about religion and just worry about the best way to raise the little Gotz's. The Dude on the Right gives his two cents about religion, wonders about the dislike of "Scooby Doo," but for The Dude, well, his weekend was filled with watching golf and a buttload of movies. Such is another weekend for Stu & The Dude.

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April 13, 2008

What's New? A DVD Review of "Enchanted."

So it's been a little while since "Enchanted" hit the movie theaters, but he put the DVD in his Netflix queue and decided to review it. As a whole he really liked the movie, thought Amy Adams was perfect in the role of Giselle, and thinks it might also melt the hearts of dudes who only like movies where things blow up. Even if you don't have kids you will probably still like it, and although most of the extras on the DVD he found boring, the "making of" stuff fascinated The Dude.

Posted by Rightdude at 5:40 PM | Comments (0)

April 4, 2008

What's New? A DVD Review of "Steep."

The Dude on the Right doesn't ski, but after watching the DVD documentary called "Steep," he does have an appreciation for the extreme skiers spotlighted during the movie. He also liked the scenery shot during the film, he also was fascinated by the use of cable cams to do some of the filming, and even though the documentary fascinated him, there is still no way he is slapping on thin strips of wood to the bottom of his feet.

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