"Yes, Sir! Fuck you, Sir!"
"You better watch yourself. I mean physically watch yourself."
Have you ever noticed how every other line of dialogue seems written IN CAPITAL LETTERS? There's nothing remotely subtle about this picture. The acting is horrendous, the accents are atrocious, and the dialogue is ad-lib level amateur.
Oh, but how do I love it?
The gore effects are spectacular. Logan and Bub are the only two talented actors -- and they are fantastic! The score is…
"I shouldn't have teased you like that. I shouldn't have let you think there was a way out of this."
No matter how uncomfortable you expect to feel while watching this movie, you don't even know the half of it.
Page is fantastic. I especially appreciate the scenes where she seems like a little girl acting tough -- which could partly be inexperience and partly be a brilliant interpretation of the character. She's chilling and frightening, and it's going to…
For the full extent of my high school years (1988-92), I was a cadet in the United States Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. My fellow cadets and I worshiped the Boot Camp half of this film. R. Lee Ermey was like a god to us, and we memorized all of his speeches. But because we were so obsessed with the Ermey character, we never seemed to watch the second half. We apparently bought into the myth that it sucked.…