Silicon Valley is the best comedy and also one of the best shows on TV. It’s a shame that the show has only 10 episodes a season as I for one would love for this show to keep on going. If you happened to catch the premiere episode of Season 3, then you would have caught a scene involving Erlich (T.J. Miller) throwing a series of insults at “Action” Jack Barker (Stephen Tobolowsky). This was definitely one of the best and funniest scenes on TV this season. What got to see Erlich throw a lot of insults but there was a lot more than the ones we got to see. Below is a supercut of insults which were thrown featuring some that made the episode and some that didn’t. Silicon Valley airs Sundays at 10pm on HBO.
With the release of X-Men: Apocalypse tomorrow, to make things easier, I have shared all my related X-Men: Apocalypse posts here in order to get you ready for the release. I will just warn you now by saying that some of the content I have posted below may or may not contain spoilers. Enjoy at your own risk. As soon as I see the movie myself, I will have a review up.
This is the End is an apocalyptic comedy, which features a wide range of actors playing parodied versions of themselves. The film is directed by both Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who have frequently collaborated in the past, producing comedies such as Superbad (2007) and Pineapple Express (2008). Rogen and Goldberg’s films are consistently hilarious, never shying away from audacious and outrageous humour. In This is the End, they divert in a slightly different different. The film is comically self-aware and has a loosely-constructed story, which involves Jay Baruchel, as he meets his friend, Seth Rogen in LA. They both attend a house party, hosted by fellow actor, James Franco, and what proceeds is a hilariously absurd end of the world scenario. The world literally starts to fall apart and the film follows Rogen, Baruchel, Franco, Jonah Hill, as well as Craig Robinson and Danny McBride, as they fight for survival.