I have an odd relationship with the work of Ralph Bakshi. He's a terrific animator and storyteller, an inspirational self-made visionary fighting against the established Cartoon studios and Hollywood process. However, most of his films feel very disjointed and uneven in their pacing and techniques and are fairly repetitive in themes. Most of the time though, against all odds, these inadequacies just add to the charm(and I use that term loosely) of his films, however, the uneven pacing and techniques…
Two times this year, I was convinced I had seen the worst film I'd ever seen, first with Adam Sandler's 'Going Overboard' then with Mary Kate and Ashley's 'Getting There', but boy oh boy was I wrong. Movie 43 makes Going Overboard look like a Kubrickian masterpiece by comparison. It is without a single doubt in my mind, the worst to ever exist, and I'm confident that I will never ever see something that comes even close to how terrible…
Nice to see some defense for E.T.
While not necessarily a good game, it was a very ambitious game that doesn't deserve to be called the worst ever in any stretch of the imagination.
Like one interviewee said, "I'd rather play E.T. than any of the Call of Duty games any day".
So would I.
Hoop-Tober 2015: Film 2 of 31
An enjoyable film that would feel right at home among the pages of 'Creepy' or 'Eerie' Magazine. The film has all of the positives and negatives that are expected from a special effects artist donning the Director's cap. The creature effects look great for the most part, with a few inadequacies here and there. What surprised me was how well the film was shot in some scenes, as well as the level of atmospheric…