It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 3 (Pick of the Week)
Funniest show on T.V. PERIOD. It's racist, sexist, offensive, retarded, hilarious, and strangely intelligent with its social commentary. It's about three idiots who own a bar, one of their sisters, and the siblings' father. They get into trouble like becoming addicted to crack or impersonating police officers while manipulating people out of money and favors. Just buy all three seasons and thank me later.
Grey's Anatomy: Complete Fourth Season
That show that everyone watches with that lady from that one movie. You know, they work in a hospital and then that black dude left because he called that other dude that bad name. Remember when that dude with the good hair kissed that one girl and that other person cried? You either already like Grey's or you don't, so we're not going to waste our time trying to sell it to you.
Smallville - The Complete Seventh Season
Remember way back when this show premiered and Tom Welling was a 25 year old playing 16? Well, the show has reached seven seasons and, Welling is now a comfortable 40 year old playing..what? 22? Things are getting weird, convoluted and overly long on Smallville and it's time the show left the airwaves. Rosenbaum has better things to be doing with his time.
Ugly Betty - The Complete Second Season
I hate this show. I heard it was very well done and hilarious, so I Netflixed it. I got all the discs, started watching, made it through maybe an episode before I stuffed them all back in their envelopes and sent them far, far away. I hear some people find it funny though.
The Forbidden Kingdom
Jet Li? Jackie Chan? Same movie? You betcha. While it isn't the greatest movie ever, and these two certainly deserve a better backdrop for their work, it is certainly an enjoyable enough diversion for an evening of martial arts fighting. Plus it's got that Stronghold kid from Sky High, and I liked me some Sky High.
Already on my Netflix and coming. With that said, I'm embarrassed to say I want to see it, but I have zero expectations for this film. Tina Fey can't get pregnant so she hires Amy Poehler's white trash character to be her surrogate. Hilarity ensues.
Tarsem Singh directed The Cell which is remembered for it's stunning photography, effects, and costuming, as well as being the time before Jennifer Lopez drove everyone nuts. Pushing Daisies' pie-maker, Lee Pace, stars as an injured stuntman in a 1920 hospital who begins to tell a fellow patient, a little girl with a broken arm (Untaru), a fantastical story about five mythical heroes. Thanks to his fractured state of mind and her vivid imagination, the line between fiction and reality starts to blur as the tale advances.