Walk of Shame, the new comedy starring Elizabeth Banks and a tight yellow minidress, hit theaters on May 2, 2014, but Focus Features has also released the film On Demand, including on Amazon’s Video On Demand.
Here below you can watch the trailer along with a red-band (NSFW) trailer for Walk of Shame, as well as a 90-second clip from the film which finds Banks’ character penniless on a city bus, driven by Niecy Nash (TV Land’s The Soul Man). There’s also a few other clips here below to watch, including one called “I Don’t Do that With Penises,” featuring co-star Gillian Jacobs (NBC’s Community).
Walk Of Shame stars Elizabeth Banks, James Marsden, Gillian Jacobs, Sarah Wright Olsen, Oliver Hudson, Kevin Nealon, Ethan Suplee, Bill Burr, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., and Alphonso McAuley.
Weeds Season 4
Created by Jenji Kohan
Starring Mary Louise Parker, Justin Kirk, Kevin Nealon, Elizabeth Perkins, Hunter Parrish, Alexander Gould
Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Release Date: June 2, 2009
Last year at about this time, when I reviewed Season Three of Showtime’s Weeds for this very website, I complained about how the DVD case trotted out that it was made from 100% recycled materials. I wondered who they could possibly market that fact to. People who hadn’t seen the show who felt they HAD to buy it because, well, those seasons of Six Feet Under wouldn’t allow them to be better people by having ITS packaging made from recycled shit? People who like the show and were gonna buy it anyway, even if the packaging were made from poodle ass and baby seal hymen? The point eluded me then and it eludes me now. I’m not saying you can’t make your stuff out of other folks’ leftovers, but quit being a dick about it.
Sure enough, another year, another packaging issue. Not with the packaging itself, I don’t give a fuck about that anymore, and yet I am mystified by the pull-quote from The Miami Herald that they put on the back of the box:
“Smart… Smug… And habit-forming.”
“Smug?” That’s what you’re saying to pull folks in? They… They know what that word means, right? I’m not necessarily saying the show isn’t smug (as mentioned, the show actively markets that its DVD sets are recycled), but there’s some shit you just don’t share with the rest of the class.