Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild (2008)The first movie in this series was stupid, but an enjoyable stupid (and with all the stupid movies aimed at straight people it was kind of fun to have one for us gays), but while this one has a few briefs glimpses of brilliance (any scenes with RuPaul, Lady Bunny and believe it or not, Perez Hilton) the rest of it is mostly gross-out humour garbage (including a disgusting scene featuring the always annoying (to me) Scott Thompson from "the Kids in the Hall" involving incest, furries and vomit). This film isn't helped by getting rid of one of the funnier supporting characters (the boys' dyke friend "Muffler") and that the guys have ALL been recast, with the single exception of Nico (played by Jonah Blechman), who is sort of like the fey, white Erkel or an even GAYER version of Emmett from "Queer as Folk" (my least favorite character THERE, too). Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild - imdb.com
Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay (2008)Again, the first movie was stupid, but an enjoyable stupid. Even the brief enjoyable sequences with Neil Patrick Harris aren't enough to save this horrible mess from tanking. So NOT funny. Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay - imdb.com
Step Brothers (2008)I enjoyed "Anchorman" and there are a number of the same people involved with this one. I also really enjoyed seeing Mary Steenburgen again. Kathryn Hahn (from "Crossing Jordan") is hysterical in this. It starts out fairly well, again, like the others, it's stupid but an enjoyable stupid. If you can except the premise that these forty-plus year old guys have the mentality of thirteen year old boys and don't know why their different from anyone else, fine. But about half-way through the movie, it starts to get a little waring on the viewer AND gets a bit creepy/sleazy (especially when the boys try to murder each other).Step Brothers - imdb.com
Equally as lucky, there were only about seven truly BAD movies I saw this year that were made BEFORE 2008...