Hobo Stu’s Weekly Recap

Hobo Stu

Hobo Stu

Hello everyone,

I hope you all had a great Fourth of July weekend.

Mine should have gone well, but it ended up being a complete disaster. I had plans to go to a cookout and then to hit the beach, which seemed like a simple enough weekend. But I got kicked out of the cookout because I “wasn’t invited” and then I get kicked off the beach because the lifeguard said my red, white and blue speedo was “scaring children.” What an unpatriotic jerk.

Next year, I’m spending my Fourth of July in Canada.

Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:

Murphy’s Law – Why Lindsay Lohan’s impending jail time is great for her career
Lindsay Lohan is going to have a tough time finding the bright side to her impending jail time. Luckily, Joel Murphy is here to help. Murphy believes that prison could do wonders for Lohan’s career if the troubled starlet is willing to turn her jail time into a series of compelling films in the vain of The 25th Hour, The Longest Yard and 28 Days.

Outside of the In-Crowd – Regretful Adoration Theater: The Craft
Courtney Enlow is on a mission to go back and revisit movies from her childhood that she at one time loved unconditionally. Some of these movies she continues to enjoy as guilty pleasures, others she now regrets ever having been smitten by. The fourth movie up for review in “Regretful Adoration Theater” is The Craft.

Positive Cynicism – With great power comes weak movies
Sony Pictures has decided to go full speed ahead with a Spider-man reboot, even though Sam Raimi’s films are only three years old. While other Spider-man fans may be willing to give director Marc Webb and star Andrew Garfield a chance, Aaron R. Davis will not be seeing the new film when it hits theaters next year.

Hobo Radio 139 – Now with more twang
Lars is M.I.A., so Joel Murphy is joined by Chris Kirkman, who does his best to class up the joint this week. The two have a lot to discuss, including M. Night Shyamalan’s fall from grace, Terry O’Quinn and Michael Emerson’s Emmy prospects and the latest developments down at the Department of Defense’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

– Hobo Stu

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  1. Hope July 12, 2010

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