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New Bootlegged GradingMovies & Music have gotten so bad and redundant that we're adding grades and it won't be pretty. Let's not get things confused as grades are not always reflective of blades. All reviews will have these grades so things will get interesting. Here's a quick rundown of what the grades will be.
A is for Awesome. If the movie is on point it will get the top grade. From what we've seen so far most films & albums will never see this.
B is for Beware of a potentially bad film or album. Some of these type films & albums are becoming novelties and some have become classics. Regardless, the Suck-Ass Level can go either way.
C is for Crazy or Crappy that this film/album got made. For those films/albums that weren't B material they get the C stamp. These films are so horrible that even the actors/artists don't believe the scripts they read or the lyrics they sing.
WTF is for What The Fuck were you thinking? This is for the worst films/albums ever made, the shock that they were made, and the shock that someone asked for money from viewers/listeners. It's the grade that will be used when even the reviewer is questioning their own sanity for viewing the Crap Fest on Screen or burned to a disc.
These grades could get switched around without notice. You may even be shocked by some of the grades handed out or perhaps you'll totally agree. Either way, here goes!
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
2011/03/18 | 10:08 am
Kicking off this new segment for Bootlegged Reviews is the song Ah, Yeah! submitted by the indie artist, Flawless. This pop/dance single that has what it takes to get a party started and has a professional feel that many Indie projects lack. Coming from Queens, New York, Flawless shines on this track. Formerly signed to
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
Chris Brown hit the stage next accompanied by techno lights, huge blocks, ninjas, lip-synching, and chaos. As he began to sing “Turn Up the Music,” I just hit MUTE on the fucking TV. That shit was of no use for me so I took advantage of the toilet break intermission. @BBSBand hit the nail on the head as he identified the ninjas jumping from block to fucking block.
The liquor is ready and so am I. The 53rd annual Grammys award is officially underway. Apparently now that Aretha Franklin is on her deathbed, the Grammys felt that it was “time” to honor this soul/R&B/Gospel diva. I love Aretha, don’t get me wrong. However, I really hated when these mofos attempt to capitalize on R&B’s legend when they’re at their lowest. Either way, the show has officially begun. With clips of
Rihanna promoted her Rated R album with this song. I actually like the song but wasn’t too much of a fan of the album. Wait Your Turn is another
2010 has been another year where the WOSWhirlpool of Shame; the cesspool that has become known as the Entertainment Industry Celebs have stepped their game up in the category of bullshit, hot mess, and sloppiness. Yesterday, two WOSWhirlpool of Shame; the cesspool that has become known as the Entertainment Industry young bloods were in battled in another Internet War of Words. Twitter has become the “safe zone” to attack folks behind a computer and have the fans directly involved. Instant bullshit brought to everyone’s and anyone’s computer screens – whether asked for it or not.
They came back with Katy Perry’s suck ass, but we’ll see how she performs tonight. Ummm, we were right. She sounded like shit too. As she wore her dress of death/red fire/ what the hell it was, she screeched her life away on a glittered mic. Then, still screeching ‘Firework’ her unitard/retarded outfit was revealed. These chicks are doing the rip away like it’s going
This Sunday night the 2010 American Music Awards (AMAs) will air and the Hot Messes & Sloppy Negros of the Industry will come together to congratulate those who have pushed drama and entertainment into the faces of the consumers. The time has come when consumers hope that the good artists will be rewarded for good music but are disappointed when the attention whores are rewarded for mediocrity. The AMAs give one of the most conveluted lists of all award/reward shows as they seem to throw the names
Wow. This is why he’s been my fav rapper for the past few years now. Eminem’s definitely on fire as he takes on personal issues, the industry, and his critics. This album feels like when he first came out but more mature. His flow and style has been missed because a large majority of what is being pushed is garbage.
This album was not as rated-R as Rihanna may have wanted it to be. Not looking for explicit, but fire was definitely lacking on this LP. As the songs progressed it all felt like a soft repeat of
I never get enough of this song and it’s due in part to Rihanna’s guest appearance and Mario’s vocals. This song is very imaginative in that the
On July 12th, Salt Lake City will be entertained by Rihanna during the Lilith Fair show. I wonder if they will have a pink tank for her to straddle.
Rihanna continues to control the #1 spot with “Rude Boy.” Finally, something that Chris Bown can smile about. Come down selector!
he night opened with a Negro singing to welcome Lady Gaga to the stage. It was very Broadway-Campy. Who would have thought the chick I saw at the NKOTB concert last year is bringing down the house. In another ugly outfit and dancers who never look like they fit the scene, she got it together with Poker Face (love it and the hidden connections). The stage looked like
Well seems like the woman abuser is back on the scene with his latest project, Graffiti. Will it be a hit or come out the gate limper than a Viagraless turtle? Seems that using Reggae to gain some attention is back on the menu for the Industry. Eminem was not the only one to tap into his hidden Caribbean Region (which should have remained hidden) as
Tonight was the night that the industry wanted the public to believe that their votes and opinions really mattered. The “votes” were tallied and emotions were high as feelings were broken. Taylor Swift was set to be there so most likely all eyes were on the hunt for Kanye West & Hennesy sightings
Drama after drama the cycle never seems to stop. Once deemed one of Hollywood’s hot young couple, Chris Brown and Rihanna are now topic of hot discussion on abuse. Did he or didn’t he? Will she or won’t she?
The night of the 2009 Grammy Awards ended with the cloud of suspicion hanging over the couple concerning if R&B star, Brown (19), physically assaulted R&B/Pop Rock Starlet, Rihanna (20).