had a potentially hilarious premise, inspired casting and Judd Apatow‘s imprimatur. But they somehow forgot the jokes. And keep in mind I saw it in one of those theaters where they serve booze. I haven’t sat through any of the "Scary" or "Epic" "Movie" series, but this wet turd of a faux-biopic can’t be terribly far off. However, I will concede that Paul Rudd makes a fabulously funny John Lennon.
Shh, listen: is that the Apatow bubble bursting?
Gonna see Sweeny Todd today; I’m thinking it’ll be pretty good.
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Casey Rae is the Chief Executive Officer of the Future of Music Coalition. He is also a musician, recording engineer, educator and author. Casey regularly speaks on issues such as emerging business models, creators' rights, technology policy and intellectual property at major conferences, universities and in the media. He has testified before Congress on artist rights and is committed to building bridges across sectors in order to identify possible solutions to common challenges. Casey has written dozens of articles on the impact of technology on the creative community in scholarly journals and other publications, and is a regular commentator on the impact of technology on creators in media outlets such as NPR, Washington Post, New York Times, Politico, Billboard, L.A. Times, Gizmodo, The Hill, Ars Technica, Sirius XM Radio and more. Casey is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, and is the President of the Board of the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture. He is the principal of Heru.us, a media, technology and policy consultancy. In his "spare time," he runs the DC-based label Lux Eterna Records and publishes The Contrarian Media.