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Mendo doesn't care if this was the first movie ever filmed in his hometown, he's gonna say what he really thinks! Also, before you ask, yes, that is a real product.
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
“So, basically, one guy was all that was stopping Bedford Falls from turning into a hellhole. I think that’s ample evidence George should’ve gotten out when he had the chance. I mean, come on. If the general populace is too weak-willed not to turn into East St. Louis, why would you want to save them? At what point does personal responsibility kick in? There was no reason whatsoever for George to throw away his life and happiness for these losers.”Les Misérables (2012) / Django Unchained (2012)
It's time for a New Year's Eve special! Mr. Mendo closes out the year with a double review of Les Misérables and Django Unchained! And as a cap-off, you'll get an answer to the question we know is on your mind!Pink Lady... and Jeff “Episode #5”
“Honestly, I think Jeff Altman might have been the only person left who still thought this show was a good idea.”The Help (2011)
Emma Stone is a White Savior character in 1960s Mississippi who writes a book about the black maids in town (Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer), which makes all the white people in town feel bad about racism. It also makes a buttload of money for Emma, while leaving the maids worse off then before. Whoops!Pain & Gain (2013)
It’s amazing what Michael Bay can do when he actually likes his job. Make no mistake: Pain & Gain is unquestionably Michael Bay’s best work. By a lot.Django Unchained (2012)
“Will people look back on Django Unchained as Tarantino's masterwork? Most likely not, as Pulp Fiction is so culturally ingrained, and Inglourious Basterds is much more daring. However, Django is that rare film that just works on every level.”
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