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Episode 21 – Release Date 4/18/08

April 17, 2008

Forgetting Sarah Marshall After a devastating break-up with his girlfriend, TV sitcom star Sarah Marshall, a heartbroken and depressed Peter heads to Hawaii for a little vacation to try his best to forget every detail of his relationship. But love laughs at Peter, because Sarah is vacationing in the same exclusive resort as Peter, along with her new boyfriend.

Watch the Forgetting Sarah Marshall trailer

The Forbidden Kingdom – While hunting down bootleg kung-fu DVDs in a Chinatown pawnshop, Jason makes an extraordinary discovery that sends him hurtling back in time to ancient China. There, Jason is charged with a monumental task: he must free the fabled warrior the Monkey King, who has been imprisoned by the evil Jade Warlord. Jason is joined in his quest by wise kung fu master Lu Yan (Jackie Chan) and a band of misfit warriors including Silent Monk (Jet Li). But only by learning the true precepts of kung fu can Jason hope to succeed – and find a way to get back home.

Watch The Forbidden Kingdom trailer

Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?If Morgan Spurlock has learned anything from over 30 years of movie-watching, it’s that if the world needs saving, it’s best done by one lone man willing to face danger head on to take it down, action hero style. So, with no military experience, knowledge or expertise, he sets off to do what the CIA, FBI and countless bounty hunters have failed to do: find the world’s most wanted man. Why take on such a seemingly impossible mission? Simple — he wants to make the world safe for his soon to be born child. But before he finds Osama bin Laden, he first needs to learn where he came from, what makes him tick, and most importantly, what exactly created bin Laden to begin with.

Watch the trailer for Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?

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2 comments

  1. Morgan Spurlock never ceases to impress me… i just saw Super Size Me, which was amazingly insightful, and now he’s making a documentary designed to make people sincerely consider the war on terrorism; well done indeed


  2. I like Spurlock’s work. He has a way of getting to the core of an issue in a creative way. Give him credit–at least someone’s looking for Bin Laden. I think Ebert owns the rights to the “thumbs up” thing, so you guys tread lightly or a phalanx of lawyers will be showing up .



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