Is the 'New Years Eve' Talking Poster Funnier Than the Movie?

Is the 'New Years Eve' Talking Poster Funnier Than the Movie?

Dec 14, 2011

With a 7% rating on the Tomatometer, this year's Garry Marshall holiday movie, New Year's Eve, is clearly not winning any awards this season. The bland celebrity vignette stars just about everyone Marshall could pay off to appear in the story about intersecting phony feel good drama that happens on ... New Year's Eve. Robert De Niro further embarrasses himself, Michelle Pfeiffer wonders what happened to her career, and Bon Jovi shows up. It's a pretty big mess.

You can always count on CollegeHumor to bring the funny, and they've toyed with the film's poster — featuring the dozen or so glossy celebriheads in its design — bringing it to life. De Niro admits he showed up for the paycheck, Ludacris hits on Abigail Breslin, Sarah Jessica Parker acts like a b*tch, and Bon Jovi speaks "Living on a Prayer-ese." Is it far more entertaining than the movie? Check it out below, and let us know.

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