Kelsey Grammer and Kristen Bell dancing and singing to Styx is one of my favorite scenes of 2018.
It's the little things.
Film 2 of The Last Drive In Marathon with Mr. Joe Bob Briggs, the more I watch Sleepaway Camp the more I love it. So I'm certainly glad this was the second movie of this hard- to- believe it's real event.
It was fun seeing in the chat people's geniune reaction to seeing the big reveal at the end as well.
It was really cool that Felissa actually showed up, hopefully there is more guests throughout.
Next Up: As Joe Bob says David Cronenbergs "daybutt" film Rabid
(I'm probably going to sleep through this one, not a huge fan)
Oh Shudder I love you but I'm very disappointed. You promised Joe Bob but half of your subscribers can't see him, we had to resort to Twitch.
But Tourist Trap was a good choice to begin, I won't watch the whole marathon because that's insane but I will sporadically check in.
Long Live Joe Bob Briggs!
Next Up: Sleepaway Camp
Buck reminds me of a guy I've known my whole life.
He is always wearing camo shirts and jeans even In the Summer, he has one of those fake hanging testicles on the bottom of his truck, we played cards in 3rd period every day of Junior year, and he was always better at Hungry Hungry Hippos than I was.
Fuck you Kevin.
Anywho I like this movie, I grew up in the south so all this is second nature to me.
Very disappointing. I really loved We Are Still Here, it was one of my favorite films of 2016. But Ted's second effort Mohawk just isn't as solid. There is some good stuff to be found here but just didn't grab me as much as I thought it would.
Grady Hendrix even wrote this so there is talent behind it, it's just hindered by it's budget and over ambitious nature. Ted is very talented though and I can't wait to see what he does next.
I honestly forgot the first Skyline even existed, I thought this was its own thing and I got about 20 minutes into this when I had an epiphany. "Wait a second, wasn't Turk from Scrubs in something exactly like this?"
I guess thats what happens when you make a sequel to a movie from almost 10 years ago that nobody saw. But guess what? This movie is even more forgettable and mediocre than the first one.
Looks cool though, and…
This makes the comedy nerd in me insanely happy, Steve Martin and Martin Short are my absolute favorite people on the planet so I'm probably incredibly biased. Some of the stories I have heard before of course but that's okay because it's still very funny.
Also check it out if you're just looking for a cozy watch filled with stories of the 70's/80's/90's era of Hollywood.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I love Batman. I love the comics. I love the animated series. I love the Arkham video games. I love the 60's show. I especially love Burton's Batman. I just really love Batman dude.
Also I love this movie.
(I'll stop saying love now I promise)
It's short, precise, and gets straight to the point. What I like about these animated superhero films is that they're basically one shots you don't have to watch 60 other films just to get…
I love John Lithgow. I truly do. But I feel like his entire plot should have been removed, A film series about an Acapella group doesn't have to be complicated.
But everything else is a nice send-off to a series I probably enjoy more than I should.
Also more Hailee Steinfield is always much appreciated.
I can't believe Ben Stiller regrets Highway to Hell of all things, especially when films like Envy and Permanent Midnight exist. This film is absolutely fantastic, it's so unique that it's truly a sight to behold.
I loved it because of course I did.
I'm always glad when blind buy Blu-rays pay off, this one did ten fold.
Ghosts? Not scary. Monsters? Pussy shit. Becky from Roseanne? For God sakes run away!
This movie is hilarious, I actually really like it. The Dean of the college in this is rocking some Eric Roberts from The Ambulance plumage, what's not to like?
I discovered not too long ago that I really like cheesy Lifetime movies from the 90's. I'm not gonna watch any past the 90's though, Even I have my limits.
I honestly recommend this it isn't so bad it's good, but it takes itself so seriously that it's really charming