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“Gods and Monsters is explicitly a ‘what if?’ story, made by someone who loves these characters and wants to play around with them a little.”
Taking fashion seriously, Queen Bees, Miranda Priestly, and Getting What You Want: Ursa takes a look at how the women win in The Devil Wears Prada.
Renegado went to see the new Dragon Ball Z movie in the theaters and can still hardly process it. Here's his quick review of the movie.
The post-apocalyptic Road House.
“It’s amazing how the hippies in this movie make being a ‘square’ seem like a hell of a lot more fun.”
“While it may not be based on an existing property, there’s nothing the slightest bit ‘original’ about this movie’s plot.”
“I got a feeling something went really wrong, and Ishtar got made.”
The balls are in there. Or are they? Il Neige re-opens the book on one of the most hated adaptations of all time to see if it's really that bad.
One of the best and scariest sci-fi horror films of all time.
“I bet Jackie Gleason wished the real God had summoned him before he could make this movie.”
“It feels like there’s no reason for this movie to have even been made, apart from the first film becoming a cult hit, and comic book adaptations now being even bigger business than they were in 2005.”
“Holy crap, $50 million and Coke couldn’t even get their own product plugged in this movie? No wonder they sold off the studio.”
Does the legend of Robin Hood work with talking animals and recycled animation?
“This film has an even more misleading title than Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan.”
“Cobbling together a new product from pieces of old ones is not ripping off per se, but it can be derivative.”
“At less than a minute in, this movie’s plot has ground to a halt, which is quite an accomplishment, considering it has no plot.”
Han! Leia! Anakin! Padmé! Shipping and love stories and romance, oh my!
The first entry in the long running Full Moon series. Some great stop motion animation and a fun story.
“I can’t tell what’s funnier here, the random violence against women, or Lyle being a gay basher. Either way: comedy gold!”
“The Delta Force is so brazen in its jingoism, so earnest in its desire to entertain, and so unencumbered by aesthetic taste or good judgment that you can’t help but admire it.”