September Slate 15/25
It might start as series of comedic jabs about Japanese bathing culture, but it...I mean it never actually stops being that, but it also goes somewhere else. But it is largely about old Japanese men getting baths.
September Slate 14/25
A rich tycoon, hating all of his options in heirs, decides to give away his fortune to random people out of the phone book. What follows is a series of vignettes by different directors of random people going crazy as soon as they're handed a check.
It swings back and forth in tone - a couple of the directors seemingly thought this was the chance for some real tragic drama - but the majority of the stories…
Never really manages to be as good as the original, but it has it's moments. I kind of feel like the actual Gary Busey, the actor, would have given the Predator a better fight than his character did though.
Also, the Predator in this movie really feels like a classless boor. The one in the first movie was kind of Bear Grylls-ish and used his tech sparingly and tried to fight up close. This piece of shit is firing off…