J: I have something to say.
M: By all means. Go ahead.
J: Literally, the only reason why I wanted to watch this next movie was because of David Tennant. I didn't care if his part lasted minutes. All I knew was that my beloved Dr. Who was in it, and I had to see it. That being said, I was terribly impressed.
M: As was I.
|Shut up you're beautiful.|
M: Yes, I tried not to flinch when they politely informed me at Liberty Hall that they "only had the remake."
J: The kid from Charlie Barker was funny. And TONI COLLETTE! I yelled that, both times I watched it, and I didn't know it.
M: "Oh my god, you did!"
M: As was the movie itself. Why don't you give us a brief run down of the ol' plot.
J: Ye olde plot: Charlie and Toni live in Las Vegas in a very suburban community. Colin Farrell moves in next door and it becomes apparent rather quickly that he is, in fact, a vampire.
M: Dun dun dunnnnn....
|McWho? McLovin! Vampire hunter. Look for it next fall.|
M: And McLovin's in it. And he will apparently always be known as McLovin.
J: He's part of an awesome subplot about nerdom versus conformity, which I appreciated wholeheartedly.
M: Anything else you'd like to add?
J: Not kid-friendly. Rated R for a reason. But worth a watch all the same. It's available at Liberty Hall.
M: They do not have the original. (Or at least, they did not at the time of rental.)