Seriously? OMG! WTF?Seriously? OMG! WTF? -
header image
Gordon Ramsay’s son has his hair
August 18th, 2019 under Gordon Ramsay. [ Comments: none ]


Gordon Ramsay took his 4-month-old son out for a walk on the beach, and we don’t need Maury Povich to tell us that the Chef is Oscar’s dad. That is because they look alike. At least in the hair department. It has that natural lift just like the man behind Hell’s Kitchen.

Don’t you just love seeing the meanie become a softie with his son?

Share


Can Jerry O’Connell work the pole?
August 18th, 2019 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]


Jerry O’Connell just finished his first week of hosting his talk show the Jerry O Show and he has learned a few things. One of the things he learned on Friday will help him in the bedroom with Rebecca Romijn.

I am Zoie taught him some “exercises” he can do on a pole. Is the actor good enough to be a stripper if this acting/hosting thing does not work? The fat kid from Stand By Me has come a long way, he just needs to come a little further. Although, I would still give him a dollar if I saw him stripping. Who wouldn’t?

You can see what else he learns over the next two weeks of this test run on the Fox O&Os in the late morning or you can watch it on YouTube.

Share


Zombie Tidal Wave is a different type of Zombie movie
August 17th, 2019 under Syfy. [ Comments: none ]


Now that Sharknado has concluded its run, Ian Ziering has a new killer natural disaster to deal with. Tonight at 9p on Syfy, he takes on a Zombie Tidal Wave.

Hunter Shaw (Ziering) is a boat captain, who lives in a sleepy island. They are about to wake up to a nightmare after an earthquake stirs up something in the sea. A boat with a secret that sunk around 35 years ago is woken up by the shaking ground. The quake sends her contents into the water and creates Zombies that are unlike any we have seen.

Shaw and his co-captain Ray (Shelton Jolivette) are the first to witness the Zombies that are unlike all the other ones we have seen in the past. Ray’s niece was bitten by one them, so he takes her to the hospital because, at the time, they do not know what bit her. Shaw, on the other hand, goes to Sheriff Kameo Akoni (Erich Chikashi Linzbichler) for help.

While they are out in the water, they find themselves surrounded by swimming Zombies. As if things could not get any worse for them, the quake set off a tsunami. That tidal wave brings all of those undead to the island.

Now they are undead are making the living just like them. Will Shaw and his men be able to stop these indestructible creatures. Or will they find themselves just like them?

While this is not Sharknado, it is still an enjoyable Zombie feature that changes up the formula that has been done to death. Looks like Ziering, director Anthony C. Ferrante and writer Thunder Levin have another franchise on their hands. Can’t wait to see what they do next summer.

Share


Six times the Marlon Wayans is six times the laughs!
August 16th, 2019 under Netflix, Wayans Brothers. [ Comments: none ]


Marlon Wayans has eight brothers and sisters in real life. However, he didn’t use any them in his new movie to play any of the Sextuplets. Instead, he played all six roles in the Netflix feature that is streaming now. A movie so funny, you will be laughing so hard you will be playing sextuple.

Alan (Marlon Wayans) and his wife, Marie (Bresha Webb) are expecting their first child together. While she has a huge family to support her, he does not have anyone. He grew up in foster care, so he does not know anything about where he came from. Now, that he is going to be a dad, he will do anything to find out who his biological family is.

He receives an article that tells him that his mother had sextuplets and he is one of them. He also gets the contact information for his blood relatives. With that in hand, he is off to meet his mom, the four brothers and sister he never knew he had. Which is easier said than done because they are all over the place.

Now he is on the road and his first stop is to meet his mother. Instead, his brother, Russell (Marlon Wayans) opens the door. Russell is a balding, 300 lbs. shut in that has lived with their mother until recently when she died. Even though they suffered a loss, they have gained each other.

Since they have been reunited and connected with each other, it is time for them to meet the rest of their siblings. It will not go smoothly because they run into several bumps in the road. The next sibling on the list is their sister Dawn (Marlon Wayans). She is in prison and he is going to bail her out. Once she is free, she joins them on their journey to meet their other three siblings.

After running into some more trouble, they finally get to Baby Pete (Marlon Wayans), who is in the hospital. He is going to die unless he gets a kidney transplant. Thankfully, his brother Alan, who he never knew about, stopped by to see him. That means he will finally get the kidney he desperately needs.

The four of them together is short-lived. Alan is left alone and his fourth brother, Jaspar (Marlon Wayans) has an interesting way of introducing himself. He is not as excited as his brother to finally meet a relative.

Alan’s family trip comes to an abrupt end when his wife tells him she is in labor. He rushes to be by her side and he meets his sixth brother, Ethan (Marlon Wayans), who can be his twin. I guess technically he is. While they might look alike, their personalities are polar opposites.

Alan went from having no siblings to having five of them. Does he want them? You have to watch this high-larious movie to find out.

Marlon Wayans is Eddie Murphy in his prime good in this comedy. Each sibling looks and acts so different, it is almost hard to believe that the same person plays them all. I spent most of the time looking at Russell and Dawn trying to see if I could see Marlon under all of that makeup. I could not. That is how good of a job he and the makeup department did with all of the characters. That is reason enough to stream this flick.

However, the biggest reason to watch is that it will give you a much-needed laugh. After a long week who doesn’t want to Netflix and Chill with a good movie? This is that good movie that will chill you out. Yeah, I don’t know what that means either. However, I am not the comedian, Marlon Wayans is and he is hysterical in Sextuplets. Get your laughter on and watch the movie now.

Share


John Travolta can still do the Vinnie Barbarino dance!
August 16th, 2019 under Jimmy Fallon, John Travolta. [ Comments: none ]


Before John Travolta was dancing the night away in Grease, Saturday Night Fever and Pulp Fiction, to name a few of his movies, he was swinging his hips on Welcome Back, Kotter. Can he still move like he did when he was in his early 20’s?

Yesterday, when he was on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon challenged him to a Travolta-off. Basically, the two men went head-to-head to see who could do the better Travolta. Of course, Travolta won. I mean, how could he lose since he is the OG.

Anyways, for the last imitation, they both did Vinnie Barbarino together and ended with his character’s signature number. Even though Travolta is a brand new senior citizen at 65, he can still boogie like he did 40 years ago. Which brings me so much joy.

Actually, the actor is just pure joy. It is hard not to smile when you watch him do his thing. If he did not turn your frown upside down, then up your nose with a rubber hose!

To see him do the Barbarino back in the ’70s, then click here!

Share


« Previous entries 

website stats Google Analytics Alternative
Web
Analytics Made Easy - StatCounter
Share