Nothing especially remarkable or ground-breaking about this one. Apparently having Vince Vaughn, Kevin James, and "A New Comedy From Ron Howard" has been deemed enough information to determine that this is a comedy. What's it about? Well, it's a dilemma! Vaughn! James! Bringing the funny! Don't you get it? It's going to be FUNNY!The positioning of the title indicates that there's something that's come between these two funny men. The "The" in the title is a little bit designed, with how it breaks the line of Vaughn's shoulder, but is otherwise unremarkable. At least it's not Gill Sans or Futura Extra Bold (comedy poster staples). All in all, very unremarkable. What's awesome about this, though, is that the studio approved an illustrated poster for a live action comedy. Bravo!
Sometimes you hear a cover and go to yourself, "hey, that's doper than Sam Perkins at Woodstock." Other times, you wonder (possibly aloud) "that no talent hack! They couldn't even carry [inset original artist here]'s guitar case!" [Ed. note: You should have seen what the author originally wanted to use as the carried item. Believe us, it wasn't a guitar case.] Today was an example of the second. Some fool whose name I cannot even spare the mental RAM for, has covered "High and Dry" by the esteemed Radiohead. This is up there. With the worst covers of all time. Some songs just don't ever need to be covered. Like this one. And like "It's My Life" by Talk Talk. But No Doubt did a decent job with that one, although they crapped all over it with that video. This one today was bad. When you do a cover, you're supposed to bring something to it. Maybe your sound is similar to the original artist's, an