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  • Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

    Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

    ★★★★½

    The most ambitious teen comedy sequel ever? Part 1 was a simple, light hearted time travel hangout comedy, but part 2 takes us literally to hell and back and throws a million crazy ideas at the viewer. Robots, ghosts, the devil, aliens, the funniest grim reaper in movie history and much more! If you can imagine it, it's in the movie. It's almost GREMLINS 2 crazy!

    And the weirdest thing is that it works! Every few years I watch this move and am amazed by the creativity of the script and the visual brillance of the hell scenes.
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    #081 in 2017
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  • Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

    Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

    ★★★★

    For some reason this is the first time that I caught the sight gag of Sigmund Freud holding a corn dog, while talking to two young women at the mall...

    Like most time travel movies, it's both filled with huge plotholes and pieces of mind bending cleverness. How many times you laugh, will depend on how silly you like your comedies, but even if you prefer more cerebral chuckles over the (mostly family friendly) 80s slacker slaptstick of this movie,…

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  • Kung Fury

    Kung Fury

    There are two kinds of cult movies. There are the ROCKY HORRORs and BLACK DYNAMITEs and then there are the MACHETE KILLSes, SHARKNADOs and KUNG FURYs. In the first category are movies, that are made by people who had a cool idea and carefully put together a movie that they can be proud of. The second category are movies, made by people, who just randomly slap every image from their ADHD ridden stoner brain together, without any feeling for rhythm…

  • 1941

    1941

    ★★★★★

    Maybe it’s just my love for the classic slapstick subgenre in general, but this is my favourite Spielberg movie. The gags come fast, most of them are silly, but almost all of them stick one way or another. And the spectacle, that dominates the 2nd half of the movie (and there is a lot of it), is as perfectly staged as you expect it from a Spielberg movie.

    If it has one flaw, it’s maybe that not every actor has…