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Adam Sandler gets peed on by a deer. In the face. In the first scene.
This is the worst movie I have ever seen in my entire life.
Here is a list of terrible things that have happened in my life that don't even compare to the hell I went through with Grown Ups 2:
-I was born and I straight up touched ALL of my mom's vagina.
-I took a big swig out of a Gatorade bottle thinking it…
A glorious, delicious and intricate painting of charm and smiles calibrated to a stage of pure delightful and playful perfection; in other words, Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox is liquid gold. As gold as Bean's hard apple cider and as treasured as his golden star painted apples. As cheeky and goofy as it may sound, that's it. Wes Anderson's brilliant, detailed and lovely Roald Dahl inspired moving diorama is a pitch perfect execution of artful craft, on-the-money voice work, mesmerizing…
December Challenge Film #18
Drive taught me the valuable lesson to never judge a book by it's cover. Well, actually, scratch that, I shouldn't say never. From time to time, it's very easy to judge something from one glance and be totally accurate, so I guess the lesson is, don't always judge a book by it's cover. If that book, or in this case film, ends up being Drive, not giving it a chance means I could have missed out…
I vividly remember seeing Eyes Wide Shut for the first time. It was opening day back in 1999. I went in with a mixture of anticipation and sadness. Anticipation because Kubrick had pronounced this to be the best film he’s ever made. Sadness because I knew it was the last time I would see a Kubrick for the first time.
After the show was finished, my friend and I walked to a café. We barely spoke about it. I was…
Erratically plotted, in open combat with canon in matters frivolous (the literal takes on both Penguin and Catwoman) and troubling (Batman's casual strapping of dynamite to a henchman), and just plain fucking WEIRD, Batman Returns is nevertheless so important to me that I find its numerous flaws trivial enough to overlook in favor of the deeply formative impact it had on me. (For how many of us born around the turn of the '90s was Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman, a performance…