American Light & Fixture - Director of Sales - Shower Curtain Ring Division
I'd like to live in the reality where the Dodgers did disband.
Well it's been a long time since I've watched this one and it's almost hard to rate as it is essentially a student film made on a miniscule budget. I mean the creature on the ship is a beach ball. It also happens to be John Carpenter's first feature and he made it with Dan O'Bannon, who wrote Alien, so there is a lot of sci-fi/horror pedigree here.…
He's seen more pussy than an animal shelter.
This is basically a redo of the first Wild Things with way less star power and way worse acting. But if you just want hot girls kissing, being naked, having threesomes, and scheming for twist after twist, then this satisfies in that trashy thriller kind of way. The plot involves people who are way too old to be high school students plotting to get a dead rich guy's inheritance. Highlights include:
They have crime in Boston right?
Okay so this is amazing...pun intended. Like Endgame it's really quite a miracle this all comes together so well. It's a lot of balls to juggle, but everything that came before really just adds to this film and it retroactively makes all those movies better too (and I already liked them).
This has all the spectacular action you would expect and a lot of very funny bits, but I was somewhat surprised by how…
My 9 year old nephew wanted to watch this for the first time, so these are his observations. Overall I'm impressed with his knowledge, which I assume comes from YouTube:
"The graphics are really good for 1978. Better than Friday the 13th."
"Doesn't she say totally a lot?"
"How does he know how to drive?"
"There's not a lot of blood in this movie."
"Did John Carpenter write the book too?" (he means script)
"Let me know when there is…