I saw “Blades of Glory” over the weekend. All I can say is, chalk up another one for Will Ferrell. Right now anything he touches turns to gold. Great flick! And the Napolean Dynamite kid did a decent job as well. And for you fans of “The Office”, Pam Beasly also comes out in the film. Bottom line, if you like Will Ferrell, then you are going to love this one.

Blades of Glory

Watching the previews before “Blades of Glory came on, I came to a realization. I cannot recall a summer where there were so many movies coming out with blockbuster potential! I mean, this could be THE summer for movies. Let’s take notice of a few, shall we?

Spider-Man 3 - Did somebody say “can’t miss hit”?

The Simpsons Movie – I’ve been waiting 20 years for this one.

Ocean’s 13 – They are back in Vegas and hopefully making up for the less than spectacular Ocean’s 12.

Die Hard 4 – John McClane. Yippee-ki-yay, mother%$#&!

Shrek the Third – Should be funny. Not my first choice of course.

Transformers – I will watch it, but I have a gut feeling this one will be a big let down.

Fantastic 4 – Jessica Alba is hot.

Pirates of the Carribean – I liked the first two. Should be a winner.

Rush Hour 3 – Chan and Tucker. Enough said.

The Bourne Ultimatum – Gotta love those spy flicks! Probably will be better than last year’s Bond flick.

Those 10 movies alone. That’s all I want to see this summer. Those and the one with Adam Sandler and Kevin James pretending to be gay firefighters. Why you ask would DQ want to see this film? Two words: Jessica Biel. And I’ll top those two words with these three words: Jessica Biel’s Ass.

Damn!

-Dave Q.

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