Originally posted by SchippeWreck"Pleased to meet!" Damn you 30 Rock for making me like Adam Levine!
LOOOOLing something fierce at basically everything the musician cameos touched. From Clay Aiken's cousin Kenneth Parcells to Declan MacManus to the Euro accents. It was a guest stint year the likes of which I haven't seen since (commercials for never-watched episodes of) Will & Grace -- at the expense of screen time for tertiary favorites like Frank and Pete -- but at least they send those stars out there with some grade A zangers. They even turned Salma Hayek's lack of comedic timing into a positive. Never thought I'd have this much Sherri Shepherd in my life over a two week period either.
"What are you talking about? it's May" was one metacular joke. "Two years tops" left, huh? I bet those two years will be good, at it.
The main plot of the movie was based on some story I had never seen, and that was cool as it wasn't an exact rehash of the live action first movie from 1990. The CGI was great, and two scenes really stood out and made me happy I saw this in a theater.