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In this episode, David revisits one of his favorite comedies of all time, Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray!
A look at the Ghostbusters series, with a focus on the underrated part 2.
Morning Sideboob: James Franco Wrote A Story About Not Humping Lindsay Lohan
“No need to quibble over dates any longer to determine which generation you belong to. If you hate Space Jam, you’re a Gen-Xer. If you like it, you’re a Millennial.”
'Space Jam 2' Is Apparently A Thing And LeBron James Wants In Maybe Or Maybe Not
'Scrooged' Is Your Misanthropic Holiday Classic For The Ages
Ten Songs That Lady Gaga Should Perform When She Goes To Outer Space
Phil Buni brings you Wes Anderson's most underrated film, The Royal Tenenbaums, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, and Luke Wilson as former child prodigies whose lives have all gone horribly wrong thanks to their father (Gene Hackman), who suddenly reappears in their lives, claiming he has weeks to live.
The Cinema Slob gets infected by the symbiote from his Spider-Man 3 review and decides to turn his hate on a movie that a lot of people like. So what problems does he have with Ghostbusters? Check out this video and find out!
In the debut episode of the Minority Report Reviews, Tom Marriott, with the help of emails sent into his assistant Harold, delve into the history of the troubled production of Ghostbusters II. Along the way, he uncovers some trivia and explain why he shouldn't be in the minority for loving this film.
The Renegado ain't afraid of no underrated movies! In this special series of short reviews, he covers movies that he doesn't have a lot to say about, but he can tell you why he likes them (or dislikes them). First up, he explains why Ghostbusters II is underrated!
It's the debut episode of The DVD Shelf, where your host David Rose reveals, reviews, and recommends the movies you should have on your own DVD shelf! He takes a look at the Tim Burton film Ed Wood, starring Johnny Depp as one of the worst directors in history, and delves into Wood's real life to see how it compares to Burton's hilarious vision of the man.