Monday, March 05, 2012

Unnecessary

So... this is the trailer for this year's SECOND least-needed threequel, "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted." Do you see what I see?



Is that a fucking DECAPITATED PUPPY at 1:13? Because I'm pretty damn certain that's a fucking decapitated puppy at 1:13.

What.

The.

FUCK?

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Some kind of Cruella DeVille reference... MAYBE? I really have no clue.

It would make sense if it were a rare/endangered animal, like a white tiger or panda or something.

Joshua the Anarchist said...

Damn. Talk about going to lengths to make your villains hateable.

King Kool said...

When you said that, for some reason, I pictured the body without the head, instead of the head without the body.

Anonymous said...

I thought the same thing, King Kool. I'm not sure why either.

Elessar said...

That is a fucking decapitated puppy at 1:13.

What the SHIT movie?

ZigTheHunter said...

You made it sound way worst then it actually is, but is still very messed up.

kevmon1116 said...

@King_Kool
That's because he didn't specify that it was the head. Normally we don't think of heads as being decapitated. Because... you know, that's actually impossible. If he had said, "Decapitated Puppy Head" it might have been clearer.

Still that is pretty extreme. Add the "circus Afro" and I genuinely want to find the the nearest theatre exit every time I see this.

Daniel R said...

Chris Rock gets a million dollars for this!?

Ugh.
Madagascar was fairly funny and had its moments of brilliance.

Madagascar 2 was simply harmless.

This and Ice Age 4 are just sad.

Say what you will about Disney's unnecessary terrible sequels, at least those had the decency to be straight to video.

Anonymous said...

Seriously? That's what has your nuttys all twisted? Motherfucker, you even REMEMBER the original Chipmunks trailer? Cause I remember the original Chipmunks trailer! Two words: Shit eating.

Dominic said...

I honestly think the thing that carries more value in annual movie round-up lists is "Movies Everyone Immediately Forgot About"; the ones that rank on neither the Best nor the Worst of the Year lists. This might join it, alone with other sand-through-a-sieve gems like CONTRABAND and GONE.

Cass said...

I see the industry is diligent as always in educating the American viewing public about the realities of European life.

Arturo said...

I hope you're proud of yourself Chris Rock, and your million dollars

Anonymous said...

i guess im the only one who giggled at the starting gag?

these films are for fun guys.. dont get too negative nancy

Joe said...

My friend works in Animal Control; she's also the most dedicated animal lover I know (from a realistic, not PETA-fantasy perspective). This is a really insulting portrayal of a profession that, incidentally, wouldn't be so necessary if other people--especially the indulgent parents of whiny children who ask for pets based on some pop culture fad and then neglect them--took better care of their animals.

And if this is Monte Carlo, why are the Monaco police dressed like French gendarmes? Their uniforms don't look anything like that. And I think even the gendarmes only wear the capes when it's cold or raining. We often talk about Hollywood's shameful treatment of visible minorities, but they can't even get past 50-year-old stereotypes of other First World white people!

Dev's Media Reviews said...

I'm not ready for this film. After 'The Penguins of Madagascar', I was fine with the series continuing on TV. Why the hell did we need this project? It's as useless as the last 'Ice Age' film and the fourth 'Ice Age' film coning this summer.

Krissirge said...

Not that better than the Disney DVD sequel actually. Why so many goddamn sequels

Anonymous said...

Who gives a damn about that puppy, this stuff just isn't funny and that's the worst thing you can say about a comedy film. Fuck this piece of shit.

someperson said...

You want to know the saddest part about this film? Noah Baumbach is the writer.

Avistew said...

King Kool, Anon, that's because "decapitated" means "with its head removed". I'm sure you subconsciously knew that and pictured the body without a head. Which is what I thought too, and was surprised since I saw the trailer a few times and couldn't remember that part.

The head on the wall though, I remember. I guess they're taking "kick the puppy" one step further.

Smashmatt202 said...

Well, if there's a company out there that really loves to milk popular/semi-popular movies for all their worth, it's Dreamworks! ;D