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TRAILER TALK with Ronnie Dwayne Munro

Redneck2How y'all doin'. I'm Ronny Dwayne Munro, and I'm here to talk about the one thing I know anything about: trailers. This week, we're gonna be lookin' at the newest trailers available here on the World Wide Internets.

1. X-Men 3: The Last Stand - Holy guacamole, this is what God Bless American movie-goin' is all about. Well, this and Milk Duds. This movie pretty much has it all. Explosions, fightin', the President, and best of all, a bunch of monsters finally destroying that hippie-liberal heathen-hole San Francisco once and for all. It's like they made this movie just for me.

2. Talladega Nights - Oh my dear sweet Jesus. Look at me getting all excited for that last movie, and then I come across something like this. You know, I've been sayin' forever it's about time someone made a serious movie about NASCAR, and looky here they've gone and done it. This'll be the movie me and my family will watch over and over, every Christmas eve. For all these years, when I heard the phrase "Talladega Nights", I always thought about stumbling around the parking lot at the race track, lookin' for a lady with lots of tattoos to tuck me into bed. Now I'm gonna think about Ricky Bobby.

3. Kinky Boots - You know, I was pretty excited about this one on account of the fact that my nickname at Platinum Babes Gentleman's Club is also "Kinky Boots", but when I watched the trailer it was another one of them artsy-fartsy English movies about a straight-laced type having to do something raunchy in order to save their business. In this case it was making sexy boots for men who dress like women, and I'll tell you right now - Ronnie Dwayne ain't down with that sorta thing. I ain't been this disappointed by a movie trailer since I thought Brokeback Mountain was gonna be a western shoot-em-up picture.

Well, that's all for now. These trailers all got me real excited to see the whole movies. I sure can't wait 'till they finally come out on TNT.

March 7, 2006 | Permalink


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