something unholy and profane about this ridiculous delirious "film." from the bad cartoon compositing that makes Roger Rabbit seem like a miracle, to the sedate and stilted acting from Michael Jordan, who just seems vaguely annoyed to be here, to the plot and stakes, which are somehow the potential alien enslavement of both Jordan and the entire crew of Looney Tunes (all of whom are sickeningly aware of their status as fictional pieces of IP owned by Warner Brothers. presumably…
you see i feel bad about this one, i really do. you tell me you're making a sequel to The Shining and I immediately tell you that's a really stupid idea. and then this movie goes and it tries as hard as it can do be at least watchable in spite of how ill-advised it is on almost every level to the degree where i just feel kinda bad about it. is this film as bad as it could have…
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"WE GOT DEAD FUCKIN' BODIES, LET'S GO!"
*throws glass of water across room*
Spent my Valentine's Day sick with a cold alone watching this, and tbh it's probably in my top half of Valentine's Days in my lifetime when it comes to quality.
This might be my favorite Oscar Special yet, with the interpersonal drama and tension between Tim, Gregg, and the soon-to-be-robbed Toni being something I'm actually fucking invested in, which I never would have suspected earlier in the…