Colleen Collette (Lily-Rose Depp) and Colleen McKenzie (Harley Quinn Smith) have always been best friends. Now they share a passion for yoga, a boring job in a convenience store and a band with which they hope to become famous. But first: get through high school and maybe find a hot boyfriend like Hunter (Austin Butler), Colleen M’s crush, and his best friend Gordon (Tyler Posey). When the two of them invite the Colleens to a party, they are overjoyed. But things go very differently than expected – in a sudden Nazis, evil plot and satanism kind of way. It’s up to the Colleens to save the world.
Yoga Hosers wasn’t perfect, but it was entertaining, sweet and funny. I enjoyed most of it – especially after the clusterfuck that was Tusk.
Jennifer (Megan Fox) and Needy (Amanda Seyfried) have been best friends since about forever, even though by now Jennifer is the school’s most popular girl and Needy is kind of a geek. But everything changes when the two of them head to a concert by the up and coming band Low Shoulder. The band plans to insure their success by sacrificing a virgin – a plan that horribly backfires when they mistakenly think that Jennifer was one. Suddenly Needy finds herself with a pretty evil best friend.
I was one of the few people who were not utterly enchanted by Juno and also Jennifer’s Body didn’t convince me of Diablo Cody’s writing in general. That being said I did like this movie much better than I thought I would. Especially every time it got out its sense of humor.
Jimmy (Bruce Willis) and Paul (Tracy Morgan) have been police men and partners for quite a while now and things have been working fine. Now, Jimmy’s daughter (Michelle Trachtenberg) is getting married and the only way Jimmy can pay for the wedding is by selling a rare baseball card. Unfortunately, that card is stolen and bought by a latino gangster (Guillermo Díaz). Now Paul and Jimmy get drawn into a series of events neither would have expected.
Cop Out feels like the sequel to an average buddy cop movie: The whole team-building phase is already over, the jokes are a little tired, it’s completely repetitive and you are convinced that you’ve seen it all before. And it might have put me off 30 Rock forever.