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Which imaginary boyfriend will get Paige’s rose? Will it be Jesus or Karl Marx? Gabriel isn’t making it easy. In their long-awaited meeting, he love bombs her with a Karl Marx quote about sacrifice that sounds like something Jesus would…
This week on The Americans: Elizabeth goes to a shrink, Philip has more flashbacks, Mary Kay comes a calling, Gabriel makes like ET, and while Paige reads a book on Marx, Oleg waits for contact in the park. Elizabeth is…
“The movie deserves a reappraisal. Leaving aside the association with the cartoon and toy line, it’s a decent but not great sci-fi movie of the ‘80s.”
“Robot & Frank gives audiences a touching look at what might happen in a near future where intelligent, domestic robots have become a reality.”
“There’s not much to Richard Matheson’s original short story, but a movie version certainly could have expanded upon the premise and become a smart, taut conspiracy thriller... in the hands of the right screenwriter and director. Instead, the story was adapted by writer-director Richard Kelly.”
Unfortunately, Suzie's been sentenced to watch the 1987 live-action Masters of the Universe movie, starring Dolph Lundgren, Courteney Cox, Principal Strickland, Tom Paris, and Richard Nixon as Skeletor. Enjoy!
“Break out your action figures, and settle in for pure ‘80s awesomeness! Long before the horrendous Transformers movies, there was Masters of the Universe, a live action movie that adapted a toy/cartoon series, and actually did it right! Sure, it may be just another fish out of water story, and there may be a few too many new characters, but overall the film delivers. Sword battles, weird creatures, and a 22 year old Courtney Cox? Sign me up!”