Get Hard: Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart Film Sure To Be Funny

While watching the Super Bowl Sunday game, I couldn’t help but notice Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart enjoying watching the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks battle for title of the 49th Super Bowl champions.Two of this country’s most popular comedians partaking in such a celebration together shouldn’t be odd at all. But I couldn’t help but question were these two expecting to release a movie together soon.

*My PR thoughts obviously kicked in thinking ‘I know they sitting together for promotional reasons. Woop-de-doo was I right?*

Get Hard, the next major comedy film featuring both Hart and Ferrell, is hitting theaters this spring.

The film looks like it’s sure to make me experience some body complications from laughing too hard. They’re too funny. I’m going to watch, indeed.

After the Super Bowl…

These funny two joined another funny man, Jimmy Fallon, on the Tonight Show in promotion of their film. I couldn’t help but share these men being goofy. They should have thrown Fallon in the movie too. Maybe that’s something that’ll be put into consideration later.

Baltimore Lip Syncing Contests is something I can definitely see myself investing time if someone chose to bring it to Baltimore. Can someone please throw an event like this?

What’s you’re favorite Will Ferrell or Kevin Hart movie? Leave your comments below.

Midnight’s Kiss by Jason Fotso (@Voice) / 2015 Cinderella

This was a lovely poem I found today scrolling my twitter timeline. I thought I’d share it for some of my daring readers who can’t resist the thought of sweet love during the holidays. Are you bringing in the new years with someone special?

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This poem was written by a boy, who’s tweet caught my attention because of the amounts of reposts he received. He goes by the name of Jason Fotso and has a very simple twitter name, @Voice.

I wish I would have thought of a name that simple.

I’m unsure what the name of his viral poem might be so I named it based off what it’s about. It’s about kissing someone special at the struck of 12 midnight on New Years Day.

I came across his poem this morning and thought to myself how lovely. It was simple, sweet, and something that a person could memorize if they should recite it in their heads while kissing their loved tonight. Then I thought to myself, ‘why did I think about something so corny to do? Do people really do that or did I just think of a scene from a movie?’

Whatever…

This poem was also shared with this photograph of the 1950 Disney’s version of Cinderella to, I guess, mark relation to the line in the poem “Cinderella’s Ball, stops. Kiss her as the ball, drops.” The picture implies how the poem relates to Cinderella’s frisky night out with a prince and how she needed to be home by 12, too.

Well, look at that…

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If you guys don’t already know, Disney’s releasing a new Cinderella film this year. Only this time, it’s not a cartoon. You know how they’re turning all of our Disney classics into movies with “real” people?  I thought they’d leave Cinderella alone since we’ve gotten multiple versions of the story since the cartoon came out! Anyway, this is the perfect time to share the trailer.

I have the suspicion they’ll make this into a film where the woman doesn’t end up with the man, like Disney films Frozen and Maleficent. What do you think? Leave your comments below.

Artsy Stuff: “Day 5,” A Short Horror Film Directed by Baltimore’s Own Petey Millz

During the month of October, Doc’s Castle Media takes time to recognize independent horror films in honor of Halloween. I rarely find local, from the DMV, submissions in this genre. I’m usually digging around YouTube for short films. But this video came easily, and I found it quite intriguing and had to post it for others to see. There are some really talented folks out there.

This submission was sent to us by rapper, producer, and more recently added title, director Petey Millz. Day 5 was also produced and performed by the talented Andrew Michael. Both artists, prior to this project, have developing portfolios of awesome work.

As for Day 5, this duo has proven while producing this film that they’re worthy of entering the playing field alongside other indie filmmakers. I can’t wait to see what more they have to offer. Check em out…

What do you think about Day 5? Are you looking forward to more short films from Petey Millz and Andrew Michael? Leave your comments below.

Remember last year’s Halloween film? Watch Jessica’s Room, A Horror Filmed Under $5000 on Doc’s Castle Media.

“Child Support The Comedy” Premieres August 14 at The Historic Senator Theatre in Baltimore

There’s a new film reaching our local theaters and I had the pleasure interviewing the director of this indie film. Mr. Frankie Jones was pleased to give me the scoop on his newest creation. This film is folks who may relate to the feeling of having their pockets emptied by the most evils of evil; a revenge seeking baby mother. Child Support The Comedy premieres for all to see this August 14 at The Historic Senator Theatre.

What’s the basics of Child Support The Comedy? What’s the movie about?

Frankie: Child Support The Comedy is about a character named Corey who’s subjected to pay child support because he’s not in a relationship with his vindictive baby mother. While Corey does not have a steady job due to being laid off, he struggles to pay his dues. After receiving a notice from the judge to pay one thousand dollars for child support with in 24 hours or be condemned into jail, Corey and his best friend come up with various plans to hustle up some money.

What inspired you to produce this film?

Frankie: I hear all kinds of Child Support Stories, and for the most part, its always frustration or anger that’s coming from the person who’s talking about it.  Since I wanted my next film to be a comedy, I figured “Child Support” was catchy and its topic is real. I thought maybe I could come up with a storyline in a comedic sense to get a small message out there to people. It was also a challenge to make this film because its my first comedy.

Is this your first indie film? If not, what are some of your other works you’d like to share with the Doc’s Castle Media readers?

Frankie: This is my third film.  The first was Family Faith and Money, based on my book Family Faith and Baltimore Money. The second film is One Song.

Should we expect more movie from you soon?

Frankie: You can definitely expect more movies. We will be having a casting call in August for a new project.

Are there any other events we should look forward to from you in the upcoming year?

Frankie: You can expect more movies and projects in the upcoming year.

Do you know anyone who’s experiencing what Corey’s going through in real life?

Frankie: Its a lot of people who I know that can relate to Child Support The Comedy or are going through similar situations.

Doc’s Castle Media seeks to inspire positivity and productivity in the people of our city. From your experiences, could you share a few words about what motivated you to keep pushing to make Child Support The Comedy or any other film you’ve created?

Frankie: First and foremost, what motivates me the most is God because he wakes me up every morning and gives me the strength and talent to be able to do what I do. Then, of course, there’s my family that motivates me. Connecting with my friends while bringing our ideas and creativity together to create a great production also motivates me. I just like helping people take steps towards something that they always wanted to do.

What are your links for people to keep up with what’s new coming from Frankie Jones Movies? (Social Media, websites, etc.)

My website is www.frankiejonesmoves.com

Twitter: @frankiejones122


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What’s the funniest child support experience you’ve heard? Leave your comments below.

Left Behind (The 2014 Movie)

I have a thing for apocalyptic/end of the world type of movies. I love to watch the chaos and all the crazy things go down. But this movie has got to be my favorite because it represents one of my most favorite books in the Holy Bible, Revelations.
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Left Behind is also a book series. I didn’t read any of the books but I suppose its an awesome series because producers are inspired to turn it into a film and casting Nicholas Cage as one of the series main character Rayford Steele. I don’t know if that’s a good choice, though. My opinion about Nicholas Cage is not a positive one. His acting expressions consist of the same facial expression in every film he has ever made in his life. Dull!
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The plot simply revolves around the time period of what christians know to be the Tribulation. It’s an era of events set to happen after the second coming of Jesus Christ and the rapture of all believers in Christ. The films lets us in on all the surreal events that’s prophesied to take place towards people who refused to believe and accept Jesus Christ as the Lord and savior of all humanity. It’s the day of armageddon.

Left Behind was already made into a movie under christian film company Cloud Ten Pictures. For the film to be a lower budget than what’s expected to be release in the near future, it was a excellent film. A lot of underground films seem to be this way, actually. The main character Buck Williams was played by sitcom child star of Growing Pains, Kirk Cameron.
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As I said earlier, I like Left Behind because it’s someone’s interpretation of what will happen within the book of Revelations during the world’s last days. I’m a bible believer so a lot of what’s said in the bible is what I think actually happened in history. Revelations is what’s to come for humanity in the future. I sometimes even have dreams about creepy stuff like this. I’ve been having them since I was 11 years old. Now imagine growing up being that young having dreams like that. It’s not cool and often scary. You constantly seek understanding of the story that hasn’t even happened yet. That’s why I’ve always chose to study the last book of the bible before all other books. It’s the scariest story I know.

Anyway, the first Left Behind series was great! I hope not too much will change in the new series.

If your interesting in watching Left Behind starring Kirk Cameron, you can rent it on Amazon Instant Video.

Is It Really Chinese Food Or Nah?

Are we eating cat or are we eating dog? Someone has to let us know!

Well, I’m assuming the mystery for many shall be over sometime at this year’s 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Wicked Delicate Films takes us on a journey to explain one of America’s famous delicacies, General Tso Chicken. Mmm!

I don’t know about you, but while I was growing up, I would hear a lot of rumors regarding chinese food. Can it be trusted? Is it really chicken? What part of the chicken looks like this? Nobody knew so ignorance took the lead, and people began to think we were eating cat. I don’t know why people would continue to eat cat if they believe that’s what the chicken was. But it must have been some delicious cat.

I always thought why would the health department allow stores to slaughter cats? I never stopped eating. It was chicken to me. For the people who didn’t think so, why the hell would you eat something you do not trust?

Anyway, I want to know all the crazy things people heard about their food while growing up. What’s the craziest assumption you heard about food? Let me know in the comments below.

Think Like A Man 2, See The Preview

As if the first one wasn’t enough, the producers decided there was a need for a second one. After seeing the preview for Think Like A Man 2, I immediately thought “What’s the point? Why are they still thinking like men?”

The first Think Like A Man was based from Steve Harvey’s best selling book, which was dedicated to women seeking to find ways to get and keep a man. The women in this movie found the love they’ve been searching for. So if the plot was reached, why are they still thinking like men?

Looking at the previews for this film, someone’s getting married and everyone is off to Las Vegas to celebrate as bachelors and bachelorettes. Sounds kind of familiar doesn’t it? (Hint hint, The Hangover.) Characters party as if their teenagers entering their freshman year of college. I guess, this makes sense. But what does this have to do with the book? Did producers throw thoughts of the book out the window?

I’m sort of doubting this summer film. But we’ll only know how good it is if we go see it on June 20, 2014.