Saturday, November 27, 2010

Derivitave Studios Presents....

Is it just me, or has Due Date (which is NOT Planes, Trains, and Automobiles with a different cast and a tweaked storyline, so stop saying it is) been in theaters for roughly six months now? What, did the marketers discover an unspent $2 million in the advertising budget and decide "what the hell, we might as well chop up the original trailer and broadcast it again during college football?" Or is more like "our film is being buried underneath new releases- quick, let's remind people it's still not quite available on Netflix yet!?"

Sorry, guys. If I wanted to see this movie, I would have done so when it was first released- what was it, back in August? Or, I would have popped in my copy of...oh wait, I keep forgetting. This is a totally different film. Of course it is.


  1. I keep telling the too-young people in this house who think Zack Galli- Galla-... the fat guy is a god that John Candy did it better.

  2. As long as they don't try to compare Episodes 1-3 with the Star Wars films which were released between 1977 and 1983. I could not live with people so clueless and tasteless.

  3. No, I raised them up right. They know what the "trilogy" is without explanation.

    Most of the time, I feel like shaking my fist and yelling at whippersnappers to get off my lawn.