• Page 1
  • Page 2
  • Page 3
  • Page 4
  • Done

1. Which of these channels do you get through your cable package at home? (choose all that apply)

  • Much

  • MTV

  • E!

  • M3

  • None

2. Which of these channels do you watch regularly (more than 5 times a month)? (choose all that apply)

  • Much

  • MTV

  • E!

  • M3

  • None

3. Which of these shows would you say you're a fan of? (choose all that apply)

  • Pretty Little Liars (M3)

  • Ravenswood (M3)

  • Reign (M3)

  • The Vampire Diaries (M3)

  • Arrow (M3)

  • Video On Trial (Much)

  • Today's Top Tens (Much)

  • The Much Countdown (Much)

  • Tosh.0 (Much)

  • Workaholics (Much)

  • South Park (Much)

  • Conan (Much)

  • Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (Much)

  • MMVAs

  • The Kardashians (E!)

  • Chelsea Lately (E!)

  • Degrassi (MTV)

  • Teen Wolf (MTV)

  • Awkward (MTV)

  • The Real World (MTV)

  • Catfish (MTV)

  • None

Next

4. Do you want to be notified with updates about the shows you are a fan of?

  • Yes

  • No

5. Do you want to be notified about the latest news, concerts, cool offers and events happening at Much, MTV, E! or from our friends?

  • Yes

  • No

6. How do you typically watch your favourite shows? (choose the option that most applies to you)

  • On TV, live when it airs

  • On TV after I PVR it

  • Online

  • On a tablet

  • On my phone

7. Which of the following sites do you visit to watch shows online? (choose all that apply)

  • Much.ca

  • MTV.ca

  • Eonline.ca

  • M3tv.ca

  • None, I get my shows elsewhere.
    What site?
    (don't worry we won't tell anyone):

  • I don't watch shows online

Next

8. What type of phone do you have?

  • iPhone

  • Android

  • Blackberry

  • Windows

  • Other:

9. If Much created a daily newsletter of pop culture news, events and updates, would you subscribe?

  • Yes

  • No

10. Which of the following sites do you visit for pop culture, music and/or entertainment news and information? (choose all that apply)

  • Buzzfeed

  • Gawker

  • Perez Hilton

  • TMZ

  • ONTD

  • The Huffington Post

  • Just Jared / Just Jared Jr.

  • Jezebel

  • Too Fab

  • E! Online

  • The Hollywood Gossip

  • Much.ca

  • MTV.ca

  • Eonline.ca

  • M3tv.ca

  • Other:

  • I don't care about pop culture news, music and/or entertainment news and information

11. Which of these pop culture sites do you visit regularly (more than five times a month)? (choose all that apply)

  • Buzzfeed

  • Gawker

  • Perez Hilton

  • TMZ

  • ONTD

  • The Huffington Post

  • Just Jared / Just Jared Jr.

  • Jezebel

  • Too Fab

  • E! Online

  • The Hollywood Gossip

  • Other:

Next

12. How often do you visit Much.ca?

  • Multiple Times a Day

  • Daily

  • A couple times per week

  • A couple times per month

  • A few times per year

13. When you visit Much.ca, do you log in to your MuchCloser Account?

  • Yes, Always

  • Sometimes

  • Only when entering a contest and I am required to

  • Rarely

  • This is my first time

14. How important are MuchCloser points and badges to you?

  • Very Important

  • Somewhat Important

  • Not that Important

  • Don't care about them at all

15. What rewards and incentives would you most like to receive from your MuchCloser points? (choose one)

  • Early and special access to concerts and events at Much

  • Free concert tickets or no service fees on tickets

  • Special offers and discounts from our sponsors and friends

  • Much Merchandise

  • Artist Meet and Greets

  • Transfer your points to other loyalty programs

  • Other:

Next

16. What do you come to Much.ca for? (choose all that apply)

  • Watch Shows

  • Watch Music Videos

  • Read articles and news

  • Find out tune-in information about our shows

  • Photos and reviews

  • Enter Contests

  • Other:

17. What kind of music news do you want Much to tell you about:

  • Pop culture and main stream artists

  • New artists

  • Hip Hop

  • Rock and Alternative

  • Other:

18. Which social networks do you use often? (choose all that apply)

  • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • Instagram

  • Tumblr

  • Pintrest

  • Other:

19. Do you follow Much on any of these social networks? (choose all that apply)

  • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • Instagram

  • Tumblr

  • YouTube

We always love your feedback. Is there anything you would like to tell us about how we are doing? What you'd like to see more of on Much or on Much.ca?

Next

Thank you for completing our MuchCloser survey.
Click below to submit your survey and you will be entered for a chance to win 1 of 50 pairs of Monster N-TUNE HD On-Ear Headphones.

Submit Rules & Regs

It looks like you haven't changed your password in a while. For your security, please change it now.

Submit Back

Edit Profile

Update Profile

blog.MuchMusic.com www.MuchMusic.com

ADVERTISEMENT

The Other Guys Are The Right Guys

August 6th, 2010

Film: The Other Guys
Director: Adam McKay
Starring: Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Eva Mendes, Samuel L. Jackson, Dwayne Johnson

In a summer lacking in laughs it’s weird to think that it would take Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell, oddly pairing up, to deliver us one of the best comedies of 2010.

They have nothing in common. One’s a straight-shooter and the other’s just a goofy guy. But together in The Other Guys, this experiment of opposites-turned-out right, Ferrell and Wahlberg give us the first gut-buster since 2009′s The Hangover and re-ignite the bro-cop comedy genre.

Ferrell and Wahlberg play two NYPD cops, Allen Gamble and Terry Hoitz, who are sick and tired of being paper-work losers. Gamble is a bozo and a passive office accountant who refuses to resort to violence and Wahlberg is just eager as hell to dodge some bullets in action. But when the positions of real gun-slinging cops becomes available it leaves an opening of opportunity for Gamble and Hoitz to prove their worthy. Their opportunity doesn’t go as planned.

The real genius behind the laugh-out-loud script comes from the production and direction of Adam McKay (Step Brothers, Talladega Nights, Anchor Man). His influence presents many bright points on the overall product and created tons of priceless scenes between Wahlberg and Ferrell.

And to be honest, who knew that Wahlberg could do comedy? But it worked very well. Wahlberg, who’s known for high-intense flicks like The Departed, Shooter, and also creating HBO’s Entourage, found a way to use that explosive tone of his to hit the right cues and make some pretty funny monologue takes between him and co-star Ferrell.

While Wahlberg loses his temper and yells profound slurs, Ferrell, who’s worked with McKay’s vibe a few times already, causes hernia-inducing laughter with his witty rebuttals. The Other Guys is packed full of quotes that will be recited for years to come between buddies recounting some golden frat-pack comedy scenes.

If it weren’t for the over-excessive action, Law & Order-feeling, and a few complicated drawn out segments in the plot, this movie would be almost perfect. But even when I felt a bit eager to fast forward to the next scene of the flick because of the confusion the next joke would hit me I was left in stitches. Basically, when you’re hit with the comedy scenes, you’re K.O’d. And getting knocked out never felt so great.

Add in Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as hilarious cliche’d alpha-male cops in the beginning of the film, and also a smoking hot Eva Mendes, who plays Ferrell’s wife, and you have a riot of a night ahead.

Verdict: Worth the money. You’re almost guaranteed to laugh.

Best Moment: So many hilarious scenes and quotes, but being a journalist one scene stood out from the rest. The scene is a press conference in the beginning of the film where the two head cops (Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne Johnson) are being interviewed after a big case-crack. A male reporter says; “Hey, I’m from the New York Observer….Online.” After him a woman stares him down and says; “Hi, I’m from TMZ…Print Edition.” I couldn’t stop laughing.

Rating: 4/5

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Related Articles:

You Might Also Like These