Sort of like the Christopher Guest movies, but not billed as a documentary. If you liked Napoleon Dynamite, you might like this, but it’s more annoying. Maybe enjoy it during a blizzard or a long bus ride.
Nic Cage can see 2 minutes into the future, which is about all you need to know about this movie. I thought for a second they were going to use the clever device of him looking into the future to move along the story, and then they didn’t, but points for almost. The movie would have been better if it had ended about 90 seconds earlier than it did.
This wasn’t bad, it just wasn’t good. There’s a lot in here which will likely touch people in a way that makes them list it as on of their favorite movies on Facebook and I will think poorly of them for that. It gets really weird at the end, too.
I like Paul Rudd, but I’m not sure this was his best work. It’s a sort of funny premise, I guess, well, no, it’s not. It wasn’t unwatchable, but you’ll be happier with something else.
I was hoping this one had been put to bed after Season 3, but unfortunately, it carries on. The creator’s humbly requested suspension of disbelief was honored in Season 1, and then incrementally taken advantage of in succeeding seasons – it’s shit all over here. I’ll watch Season 5, but only because my wife likes it.
Even worse than I expected it to be, which is saying something.
(By the way: best ever use for the Kindle app on iPhone? Reading books you’d be too embarrassed to be seen with.)
I didn’t expect much from Rambo, and I wasn’t disappointed. This movie averages about over 2 deaths per minute, and almost all of them are of the gruesome ‘head exploding’ variety. You probably don’t want to watch this one, but it wasn’t unwatchable.
It may have been that we unintentionally watched the unrated director’s cut with about 30 extra minutes, but even though I wanted to love this movie, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story just wasn’t very good. I would have rated it as 1 star, but there were some parts of this movie that were hilarious, bumping it up a level. This is not the best work of anyone involved in this movie.
Then She Found Me was fine. Not my type of movie, but if you like this sort of thing, check it out. Bette Midler was fun, as always.