Steve Pulaski

Film critic. Morning Show Host on Y105; Radio DJ for Townsquare Media Dubuque. Sleepless with Steve Wednesdays on YouTube 6:30pm CST.

Favorite films

  • Clerks
  • Sideways
  • Talk Radio
  • Do the Right Thing

Recent activity

All
  • Elvis

    ★★½

  • Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

    ★★★★

  • Jerry & Marge Go Large

    ★★★

  • Spaceballs

    ★★★½

Recent reviews

More
  • Elvis

    Elvis

    ★★½

    The first mistake Baz Luhrmann made with his impossibly yet predictably opulent "Elvis" epic was framing it around Elvis' slimeball manager. The second mistake — infinitely more shocking — was casting Tom Hanks, who gives a downright brutal performance. Despite the first and third acts feeling more like a clip-show than a movie, Austin Butler's star shines bright. "Zoey 101" fans rejoice; we were here first!

    FULL REVIEW ON STEVEPULASKI.COM

  • Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

    Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

    ★★★★

    A profound meditation on the lengths we men will go, not only to score, but to find something good on television. Capital "a" Art.

Popular reviews

More
  • Don't

    Don't

    ★★★

    Do.

  • Recess: School's Out

    Recess: School's Out

    I remember, during the last week of fourth grade, the administration, I guess, ran out of things to teach us, so they gathered the entire class in the hallway to watch this movie.

    It was awesome and still my favorite memory of elementary school.

    Looking back, the movie is all right, but the TV series is still one of the smartest animated shows ever made, comfortably residing next to "Arthur" as a show that truly understood kids and how to profile their ideas and identify them better than even they could.