Dialogue, Katherine Heigl, and Seth Rogen
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Dialogue, Katherine Heigl, and Seth Rogen

I may have been a little bitter when I wrote this strip. This weekend I saw 50/50 starring Seth Rogen. I could have done with 50% less Seth Rogen in the film. Before the movie even began I had to watch a trailer for Katherine Heil’s new film, One for the Money. It’s a trailer so bad you assume someone had to be making it as a spoof, but alas that is not the case.

Don’t even get me started on watching them together in Knocked Up. I know lots of people love it, but since I can’t stand either lead, it’s really hard for me to find enjoyment in it.

↓ Transcript
TITLE: Movie I.Q. Test

#1 When characters speak dialogue, you should...
A. ask your neighbor what they said
B. shout it right back at the screen
C. internally contemplate its meaning

#2 Women in movies should always...
A. complain about their weight while eating mustard covered pizza
B. be Katherine Heigl
C. represent believable female characters

#3 Comedy films should consist of...
A. Seth Rogen screaming homoerotic comments at his friends
B. Seth Rogen screaming homophobic comments at his friends
C. all of the above
D. no Seth Rogen