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  • Swingers

    Swingers

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Jon Favreau is more widely known as the schmuck who lucked his way into the MCU and the idiot who keeps ruining classic Disney animation by giving it the "live action" treatment of highly realistic CG animation, but he started out as the perfect guy to play Mike Peters. Even if Favreau hadn't written Mike, he'd be perfect for him: short physically, tempered, and on cash; reeling from losing his girl; struggling to survive in the entertainment biz in the…

  • Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe

    Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Titmouse Incorporated's first appearance on any screen was in the seminal (in both senses of the term) Tom Green picture Freddy Got Fingered, which has a legacy as being the greatest prank Tom ever pulled. Titmouse specifically contributed the art for Gordon's cartoon ideas, such as X-Ray Cat and Zebras in America. This set them up for a career as a studio for incidental animation, title sequences and the like. Their first foray into original content was the incredible pilot…

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  • Bill & Ted Face the Music

    Bill & Ted Face the Music

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    The original plan was for me to rewatch the two original movies and then this one, but I'm actually pretty thankful to have done it without so direct a comparison; it allows me to be slightly more favorable to this flick.
    Billie & Thea are performed excellently, as stupidly optimistic as their fathers. One great scene is Thea films Jimi Hendrix on her phone and then shows that recording to Louis Armstrong, and Armstrong & his band are more fascinated by the…

  • Tomorrow Never Dies

    Tomorrow Never Dies

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    "We seem to have developed a certain attachment to eachother."

    Theme: Sheryl Crow does the self titled title theme, but k.d. lang provides the vocals for "Surrender", her audition for the opening and a much more appropriate voice for a Bond theme. Crow is just too much herself to fit the role.
    Girls: Paris Carver, Wai Lin

    A media mogul, Elliot Carver, colludes with a Chinese general, Chang, to bring the world to the brink of nuclear destruction for the…