Holy crap. I thought I knew what I was getting myself into watching this movie. I was wrong. Having been too young to understand what was going on when this was actually happening during the 1990s, I had no idea exactly what Jack Kevorkian did. Of course, thanks to I Love the 90s, I did … Continue reading “Terminally ill is an undefinable term”: You Don’t Know Jack
I should have known by the fact that I had never heard of this movie that it would be terrible. The optimist in me, however, desperately wanted to like The Six Wives of Henry Lefay because it has Tim Allen in it. I just couldn't do it. In the first three minutes, Henry (Tim Allen) … Continue reading “I don’t ever want to see your stupid face again”: The Six Wives of Henry Lefay
Imagine the cutest baby you've ever seen. Now multiply that feeling by four. And make it last for 74 minutes. This really isn't a review. There is nothing to say about the movie Babies. It's one of the cutest things ever. It's a documentary that follows these four babies from every corner of the globe … Continue reading “[General Adorableness]“: Babies
A perfect example of how important the script is to a movie: this film has a crazy long list of funny people in it--Catherine O'Hara, Rob Riggle, Martin Mull, Alex Bornstein, Mary Birdsong, I could keep going; there are a lot --but it is only mildly funny at best. I will give credit where credit … Continue reading “That is a fantastic mustache”: Killers
Oriental western. Oxymoronic, perhaps, but it's also the genre of this film. Who knew, right?
He was on Chappelle's Show; that's why you recognize him. He was the one that said, "I'm rich, biatch!"
That means it's time for me to pull another one out of the vault. (I wonder how many more of these I have to pull from...) This one I'm pretty stoked about. It is another favorite of mine, and not enough people have seen this classic Muppets flick. It is amazing, so you really should watch it. Also, it's where the TV show The Muppet Babies originated from, and it's the movie where Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy get married. (Did you know they are married? They are. It happens in this movie.)
The Rizzos are not just another dysfunctional family. They are, perhaps, the most interesting and attractive dysfunctional family I've ever seen. Certainly more attractive than the Conners.
Another old school movie assignment. This time I did actually have to review a film. In hindsight, however, it's really less of a review and more of a completely biased argument written by a fan in utter awe of Apocalypse Now's fucking brilliance.
While I am trying to watch as many movies as humanly possible, realistically there are more than I can handle. In order to get through as many I can, I have become a person I never thought I would: I don't finish watching movies I don't like.