- Geek & Sci-Fi
This weekend was a big one for hyped-up movie openings, including The Three Stooges, Cabin in the Woods, and the PG-13 cut of Bully.
As you may have heard, there's a huge controversy brewing about Bully, Harvey Weinstein's new documentary about how teen bullying has affected a number of families throughout the country.
Opening Everywhere: Mirror Mirror, Wrath of the Titans, Goon Opening Somewhere: Bully FilmDrunk Suggests: You’re probably going to see <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/03/hunger-games-review-the-future-is-blurry" target="_blank">The Hunger Games</a> for the first time or again, but people are going crazy over Bully if you want to go watch a documentary and feel like a dick for always picking on the fat quiet kid in your math class.
<a href="http://www.amazon.com/Invincible-Novel-Styles-P/dp/0345507525"> Comparatively speaking, Styles P. is as consistent with songs as Fox News is with disingenuous programming. Both rarely skew from their core viewpoints, but one is a sellout and the other speaks about the negativity affecting their own kind. While Fox reaches out to unqualified contributors like Sarah Palin, Styles reaches out to more gratifying contributors like Statik Selektah and Bully. The former provides the Lox alumni with a rhythmically promiscuous backdrop while the latter joins Paniro to speak on those with questionable values that live amongst us. The resulting track is a gritty, NY-to-the-core, three minute auditory attack on the senses that one has come to expect from the D-Block affiliate. "Sellouts" is direct promotion for his novel <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Invincible-Novel-Styles-P/dp/0345507525">Invincible</a>, which hits the stores today.
Other than <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHv9eL8GhbE">the introspective Em</a>, his asshole alter ego may be what I most remember him by.