RIP Michael Clarke Duncan (1957-2012)

Michael Clarke Duncan Dead at 54

It is many a tragedy to hear of any one at a young age like Michael Clarke Duncan to pass away at 54, but although his passing is terribly depressing, we must remember him for all of the incredible work he has done. Most notably known for his works in The Green Mile and Armageddon, Michael Clarke Duncan was that lovable, hulking black man that captivated audiences through his immensely strong on-screen presence (there is no other actor who could replace him). Today we lost a great, kind-hearted actor who will forever be missed. He had endless potential and a great range of work that will carry on forever. More on the story after the break. Continue reading

Broken Salmon?

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The boys of Broken Lizard (Super Troopers & Beerfest) are at it again. This time in the service industry terrorizing your food. The movie “The Slammin’ Salmon,” from what it looks like, is based on an upscale restaurant run by Michael Clarke Duncan and the maiterdee is Kevin Hefferman (Farva); also with a cameo by Olivia Munn it looks like. The rest of the waitstaff and cooks make up the rest of Broken Lizard as they seem to be in an arrangement of Duncan’s to gain $10,000. This slapstick comedy seems like nothing but classic Broken Lizard. The story reminds me of “Waiting…” due to its restaurant feel, but includes a sucker punch by Duncan to a swordfish. Check out the red band trailer to this movie right here at Collider.

Broken Salmon?

jay_chandrasekhar_as_nuts__erik_stolhanske_as_guy__april_bowlby_as_mia__paul_-_the_slammin__salmon_movie_image

The boys of Broken Lizard (Super Troopers & Beerfest) are at it again. This time in the service industry terrorizing your food. The movie “The Slammin’ Salmon,” from what it looks like, is based on an upscale restaurant run by Michael Clarke Duncan and the maiterdee is Kevin Hefferman (Farva); also with a cameo by Olivia Munn it looks like. The rest of the waitstaff and cooks make up the rest of Broken Lizard as they seem to be in an arrangement of Duncan’s to gain $10,000. This slapstick comedy seems like nothing but classic Broken Lizard. The story reminds me of “Waiting…” due to its restaurant feel, but includes a sucker punch by Duncan to a swordfish. Check out the red band trailer to this movie right here at Collider.