무한도전 예고 E.348 2013-09-21 무한도전 돈 가방을 갖고 튀어라 2 : 100 빡빡이의 습격 두 번째 이야기
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[무한도전] 300만원 돈 가방의 주인공은?! * 방송 : 9월 21일(토) 오후 6시 20분
대형 스케일과 스릴 넘치는 전개로 화제를 모은 MBC [무한도전] ‘돈가방을 갖고 튀어라-100빡빡이의 습격’ 300만원 돈 가방의 주인공이 밝혀진다.
가방의 비밀번호를 알아내기 위해 ‘빡빡이 지옥’에 입성한 후 눈앞에 펼쳐진 광경에 놀라움을 금치 못한 [무한도전] 멤버들은 이내 비밀번호를 찾기 위해 고군분투했다.
진짜 돈 가방의 행방을 좁혀 나가는 과정에서 벌어지는 각종 에피소드와 긴박한 상황 속에서 빛을 발하는 멤버들의 캐릭터도 주목할 만한 재미 포인트.
반전 폭격기 ‘카이저 흑채’라는 별명을 얻으며 추격전 최고 반전의 묘미를 선사한 박명수는 물론 원조 브레인의 귀환을 알린 노홍철의 활약 또한 기대할 만하다.
300만원 상금이 들어있는 돈 가방을 사이에 둔 [무한도전] 멤버들의 치열한 두뇌싸움과 차량 추격 등으로 한 순간도 긴장을 놓을 수 없는 스릴 넘치는 재미를 선사할 예정이다. 21일(토) 오후 6시 20분 방송.
기획 : 김구산 연출 : 김태호, 제영재
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348회 무한도전 돈 가방을 갖고 튀어라 2 : 100 빡빡이의 습격 두 번째 이야기
▪ 무한도전 <돈 가방을 갖고 튀어라 2 : 100 빡빡이의 습격> 두 번째 이야기 배신, 동맹, 그리고 또 배신? 갈수록 치열해지는 300만원 쟁탈전! 무한도전 <돈 가방을 갖고 튀어라2 : 100 빡빡이의 습격> 두 번째 이야기
# Welcome to 빡빡이 지옥 돈 가방 암호를 아는 빡빡이를 찾아라! 빡빡이 몽타주 한 장 들고 공원으로 향한 멤버들! 이곳이 말로만 듣던 빡빡이 지옥?! 일사불란하게 움직이는 빡빡이 중, 몽타주와 똑같은 빡빡이를 찾아야만 한다! 빡빡이 지옥 속 미니게임! 100 빡빡이 속 길이 찾기~♡ 우여곡절 끝에 자신의 돈 가방에 대한 힌트를 얻게 된 멤버들! 과연 결정적인 힌트를 얻게 되는 멤버는 누구?
뺏긴 가방은 4개! 그러나 뺏은 가방은 3개?! 서서히 드러나는 돈 가방의 미스터리! 8년 째 반전 제조 중인 모조품 가방 브로커! ‘카이저 흑채’ 명수의 작전은 탄로 날 것인가!
# 미드 나잇 ±300만원 추격전! 드디어 좁혀지는 진짜 돈 가방의 주인! +300만원인지, –300만원인지?! 돈 가방을 가진 자의 표정은 만천하에 생중계 되고~ 과연 멤버들은 표정만 보고 돈 가방 주인을 짐작할 수 있을까?
이제 어느 정도 돈 가방의 주인이 판가름 났다! 돈 가방을 가진 자들과 그 둘을 쫓는 다섯 명의 추격자들! 주인공 병에 걸린 미미 시스터즈 준하&하하의 활약! 홍철 신도였던 순백의 길, 그의 치명적 복수혈전까지! 과연 진짜 돈 가방의 주인은 누가 될 것인가!
점점 더 커지는 스케일! 끝이 보이지 않는 숨 가쁜 추격전! 이번 주 토요일 오후 6시 25분, 놓치지 마thㅔ요~!
Good movies are plenty entertaining on their own, but occasionally, there’s nothing like turning your brain off and enjoying a bit of amusing ineptitude put to film. Watching bad movies is a strangely communal experience, as friends and strangers alike gather in homes and theaters to laugh at a truly baffling failure of a film. It’s tricky trying to label the “best” of these horrible and horribly entertaining films, but here are ten of the most entertainingly bad films of all time that both bad film buffs and uninitiated watchers can enjoy.
10. From Justin to Kelly
Remember when American Idol was a new reality show craze sweeping the nation? This was the shameless cash-in on that craze you never saw. First season winner Kelly Clarkson and runner-up Justin Guarini try to pretend they can act in this head-scratching rom-com musical centered around an oddly wholesome spring break hotspot. The story involves an inexplicably evil friend with a convoluted plot to keep the two leads apart. The songs are among the movie’s most hilarious sequences, for the dated costumes, lousy choreography, and gratuitous shots of skateboarders.
9. The Wicker Man
Nicolas Cage has become something of a punchline in recent years for his willingness to totally and completely lose it in even the most questionable of films. In this remake of a ’70s classic thriller, he plays a cop who never asks questions visiting a cultish island of only women in order to find his missing daughter. Cage is flat and boring for most of the film while the women ooze over-the-top menace, until he finally explodes into priceless freak-out after priceless freak-out. Beyond screaming about bees in his eyes, he also dresses as a bear and punches a woman at one point. The film aims to be a slow build in tension but instead functions like a slow build in uproarious insanity.
Just watch the trailer for the delicate 2003 dramedy called Tiptoes, and you’ll have some idea what makes this attempt at awards bait so baffling. Matthew McConaughey and Kate Beckinsale star as a young couple struggling with the idea that their first child may be born with dwarfism, as McConaughey is the only one of average height in his family of dwarves. Gary Oldman standing on his knees leads a cast of dwarves featuring a French, socialist, wine-swilling Peter Dinklage. The film itself shifts gears and tones time after time, trying to decide if it wants to be a goofy comedy or a very serious “issues” movie about dwarfism. The titled line readings and the bizarre plotting make this one a treat to watch.
7. Glen or Glenda
Ed Wood is widely considered to be the king of bad movies, a man whose status as the worst director ever even inspired a Tim Burton film (titled Ed Wood, of course). His most famous work is Plan 9 from Outer Space, but Glen or Glenda may be even worse, and therefore even funnier. Wood, a cross-dresser himself, made this film to explore the trials of a transvestite — progressive ideas for a 1953 film, bogged down by some of the worst acting, scripting, and production values ever put to film.
Halle Berry at the height of her career starred in this flop about the DC anti-heroine, reduced from badass vigilante to the weakest hero imaginable, whose only heroics involve charming a police officer and taking down an evil makeup company. The costume is laughable, and the filmmakers devote a lot of time to Berry actually adopting the mannerisms of a cat. Coupled with a painful script and unintelligible direction (see the basketball scene above), Catwoman becomes one of Hollywood’s most fascinating failures.
5. Manos: The Hands of Fate
Manos: The Hands of Fate (translation — Hands: the Hands of Fate) goes beyond standard B-movie bad to become something entirely its own. Even calling it a z-movie seems too generous. The cheaply made horror film follows a family that spends the night in a mysterious home, populated primarily by a goat-legged — yes, goat-legged — creep named Torgo and his mysterious master. The lines are hokey and the production terrible, but the surreal touches are what really make this one shine, from the teen couple perpetually making out by the side of the road to the cast of robed women who devolve into an endless cat fight of no importance to the barely-there narrative.
4. Batman and Robin
This is the film that brutally concluded the ’90s Batman franchise, and it isn’t difficult to see why. Director Joel Schumacher created a garish eyesore of a film, where even the cityscapes look like elaborate sets made up entirely of enormous statues and ugly green lighting. The acting and dialogue is similarly horrendous, with Arnold Schwarzenegger spouting ice puns as Mr. Freeze while Uma Thurman overacts as Poison Ivy and Chris O’Donnell whines relentlessly as Robin. George Clooney plays the caped crusader, who, in this version, carries around a bat-credit card and wears a suit accentuating his nipples. Seriously.
3. Birdemic: Shock and Terror
In essence, Birdemic: Shock and Terror is a shameless Hitchcock ripoff that looks like it was shot on your mother’s camcorder. The effects could be recreated by any four-year-old with iMovie, and it’s easy to tell the film was scripted by someone who spoke English as a second language. The first half of the film is horribly slow, focusing on a bland love story about the dullest man ever put to film. Even funnier than the lousy effects is the lazy moralizing, as characters spout poignant lines like “Why can’t we just give peace a chance?” and “We must act more like astronauts, spacemen taking care of Spaceship Earth.”
2. Troll 2
Troll 2 is a film so bad it earned its own documentary, fittingly entitled Best Worst Movie. Troll 2 features no trolls, but instead focuses on a family of four who visit the not-at-all suspicious town of Nilbog (“it’s goblin spelled backwards!”) and fall prey to a race of strictly vegetarian goblins. This apparent family film is filled with dated ’80s fashions, amateurish acting by amateurs, stomach-churning foodstuffs, and one of the weirdest “sex” scenes in film history, wherein a man and woman make out with an ear of corn that begins popping with the heat of their passion. It doesn’t get much better than that.
1. The Room
Where to even begin with this one? Since its release in 2003, The Room has become a veritable cult classic through a never-ending string of midnight screenings often attended by writer/director/producer/star Tommy Wiseau. Wiseau, who sports an unidentifiable accent, set out to create an affecting drama about a man betrayed by his future wife and best friend, but wound up with a film that looks like it was made by an alien trying to understand human interactions. Every single element of the film — from production design to dialogue, from cinematography to sex scenes — is terrible, like a crash-course in how not to make a movie. With a slew of unnecessary scenes, many of them unendurable sex scenes, and dialogue like “I’m so happy I have you as my best friend, and I love Lisa so much,” The Room is the most entertainingly bad film ever created.
Have you heard of the Boglins? The RC writers have. And they make a splash with a swamp song, we see what it’s like to live the exciting life of a Lemming, Sleeping Beauty has a dream…and no one cares, and a forbidden love blossoms between Shredder and April O'Neil.
Cobalt International Energy (CIE) Stock Up Alongside Oil Prices
NEW YORK (TheStreet) – Shares of Cobalt International Energy are up 1.38% to $8.09 in mid-afternoon trading on Tuesday, as oil prices gain amid China’s interest rate cut.
After a global market selloff led by a sharp drop in Chinese stocks on Monday, China’s central bank today decreased interest rates and banks’ required reserves in an attempt to boost its sluggish economy.
Oil prices reacted with slight gains after falling below $38 per barrel yesterday, and crude oil (WTI) this afternoon is climbing by 2.82% to $39.32 per barrel, while Brent crude is up by 1.24% to $43.22 per barrel, according to the CNBC.com index.
However, a global oversupply still plagues the oil market, contributing to concerns over the economic slowdown in the world’s second-largest oil consumer, The Wall Street Journal reports.
“Anything the (Chinese) government does that is viewed as credible will help the market,” Amrita Sen, a market analyst at Energy Aspects, told The Journal. "[However], the broader theme is still that demand is very robust and it’s the supply side that’s been the problem…Prices need to be lower for longer to make sure the supply side start reacting.“
Pol Pot’s sister-in-law, who was indicted on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity, has died aged 83 without victims seeing her face trial.
Ieng Thirith was the former minister of social action during the Cambodian dictator’s “killing fields” regime between 1975-79.
She was one of the few women in the leadership of the country’s communist movement and her sister, Khieu Ponnary, was married to Pol Pot - the head of the Khmer Rouge party.
Thirith died in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold of Pailin in western Cambodia where many regime leaders settled after they were ousted by the Vietnamese.
She was among just a handful of suspects who have been charged by the country’s UN-backed war crimes court.
The legal case against her was put on hold in 2012 after she was deemed unfit to stand trial because she had dementia.
Thirith was then released under judicial supervision but the charges were never dropped.
The suspension of the case was a major setback to many who survived the regime, which was blamed for the deaths of up to two million people.
She was married to former Khmer Rouge foreign minister Ieng Sary, who died in 2013 aged 87 before a verdict was delivered in his trial.
The attempt by the four revolutionaries to turn Cambodia into a communist state led to many deaths through execution, starvation and forced labour, wiping out nearly a quarter of the population.
Youk Chhang, director of the Documentation Centre of Cambodia and a survivor of the “killing fields”, told the Straits Times: “Ieng Thirith was not a passive individual who became linked to the Khmer Rouge solely through her status as Ieng Sary’s wife and Pol Pot’s sister-in-law.
"She was an influential party member who wielded nationwide power as the regime’s minister of social affairs. Justice should not be buried with the death of criminals.”
Valeant to Purchase Female Libido-Drug Maker Sprout
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