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It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Michael A. Novelli
on Saturday, December 22, 2012
In a sequel to the original controversial Agonizer article
, Mendo returns to rub more salt in the wounds of anyone who dares to praise this holiday "classic" in his presence! Featuring a panoply of guest stars from some of your favorite Hack Attack episodes!
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Forrest Gump (1994)
“In this episode, Mr. Mendo lists the 7 worst things about Forrest Gump, the tale of a simpleminded buffoon who somehow lucks into having the greatest life ever, while everyone around him suffers and dies horribly. Join Mendo as he rights some wrongs, solves the Kennedy assassination, exposes the fascist ideology of Tom Hanks, reveals what’s in Marsellus Wallace’s briefcase, and takes a cue from the film itself by raping as many classic pop songs of the ‘60s and ‘70s as humanly possible.”Jar Jar, Ruby Rhod, and the legacy of Urkel
“I honestly can’t recall a single example of someone claiming an annoying character ‘ruined the movie’ when there wasn’t a non-white actor playing the role. ”ALF “ALF’s Special Christmas”
Mendo takes a look at the existentially crushing world of '80s sitcom favorite ALF, and his one and only holiday episode, the two-part "ALF's Special Christmas". Can this show about the last survivor of a dead planet being stuck with a boring family that refuses to call him by his real name possibly get any more depressing? What do you think?Inception (2010): The joyless dream of Christopher Nolan
“It tells you what it’s going to show you, then it shows you what it just told you. Understanding this movie doesn’t require intelligence, but rather rote memorization.”American Sniper is not the real Chris Kyle, and that’s okay
“I kind of hate that people are assuming that the film is trying to sanctify Chris Kyle by portraying him not as he was, but as, well, Bradley Cooper trying to finally win an Oscar. ”Inglourious Basterds (2009)
“It’s hard to fault a film for not being what you want it to be, but one can’t help but wonder what would happen if Tarantino treated his material with a little more maturity or respect.”
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