Monday, 27 February 2012

Sacha Baron Cohen spills Kim Jong Il’s ashes on Ryan Seacrest

So Sacha did show up to the Oscars as his Character from The Dictator and did not disappoint with a little joke on Ryan Seacrest. Ryan is in pure shock luckily the security crew was in good form and ushered Sacha away before anymore hijinks could be performed. If you watch the video below at about 1:38 watch the guy with the flowers…

Did Sacha go too far? What did you think of Ryan's reaction? Let us know in the comments

Friday, 24 February 2012

Sacha Baron Cohen responds to Oscar ban

The Dictator is Back!

Sacha Baron Cohen had planned to attend the Oscars in character as General Aladeen from his upcoming movie The Dictator. However the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences got wind of it and has now threatened to take away his tickets if he does. 

Please see below the official (hilarious) response from the General:

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Congratulations Kate Upton!

19 year old Kate Upton won the coveted cover of the swimsuit edition of Sports Illustrated where she had previously won the rookie of the year in 2011. 

The Michigan native has aspirations to be an actress and model so we should be seeing much more of her in the near future. She is currently rumored to be dating Mark Sanchez the Quarterback for the Jets (sorry guys, however there are a lot of disappointed runner ups that might need consoling)

David Letterman’s interview with Kate Upton from last night following the previous nights announcement she had won the cover:

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

A 5 min review of: This Means War

I was fortunate enough to score some tickets to see an advance screening of the romantic comedy This Means War last night. The movie is about 2 best friend secret agent types (Chris Pine and Tom Hardy) who happen to meet the same girl (Reese Witherspoon) and then when they discover they are both dating the same girl make a gentleman’s agreement to not tell her and let her choose which one she wants to be with. The hijinks that ensue are what really make the movie as each agent leverage their work resources to learn more about the girl and how their rivals dates are going. Eventually this escalates and they start to result in sabotage (set to the Beastie Boys song of the same name.) 
Oh and there is a bad guy who is out for revenge but that’s not really important to the movie at all.

The good: It is a fun movie that keeps things light hearted. It worked great as a pre-valentines date night with my fiancé!

The bad: The overall story was very predictable but not so bad that it was not enjoyable.

Rating: I give this movie a solid 7/10. It was good fun and as it had the entire theater laughing out loud a few times I think the audience agreed.

Have you seen the movie? Planning to see it? Let us know in the comments below.

Friday, 17 June 2011

A Little FYI

I am getting all four of my wisdom teeth out today so there will not be a lot of posting going on today and probably tomorrow. Hopefully some of our team can put up a few posts to get you through your day!

Stay safe and have a great weekend!

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Official Way to Submit Video / Pictures to Police

The following information is from the Vancouver Mayor's Facebook page:

The response from the public wanting to help the police identify the individuals involved in last night’s criminal activity has been overwhelming. We are grateful for everyone’s help and have included instructions below for anyone wanting to anonymously share videos with our investigators. We appreciate your assistance in getting this information out to the public.

For photos, please send them to
To anonymously upload videos to the VPD, please upload them to youtube as private videos and share them with

Here are the instructions on how to do this:
  1. Sign in to your YouTube account and upload the video.
  2. Once the video has finished uploading, click the Account link located (at the top-right of any page ).
  3. Next, click the Uploaded Videos link. Click and choose the video you want to send to us. Then, click the Edit button.
  4. Under the Broadcasting and Sharing Options section (on the left-hand side of the page towards the bottom) you'll see Privacy options. Click the little black arrow / triangle to expand and see all your privacy options (if it’s not already open and you cannot see your privacy options).
  5. If the video is set to Private, you'll see a section to enter an email. Enter in this section.
  6. Click on Save Changes at the bottom of the page. 

Related posts from earlier today:

Vancouver Riots, Raw Footage

Vancouver Riots Take 2, Looting And Fighting