Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Mr Irish, May 10, 2020.
Any Anthony Jeselnik fans?
He’s so over the top it’s funny
Delta Force is legit the worst best movie
The Break Up
Scary Movie 1
The Bounty Hunter
nope. Dead pan shock comic. Same joke over and over and over and over. It’s like he took all the dead baby jokes from 20 years ago and jammed them all into his shows
Finally got around to watching 1BR, which was about what I expected. Kinda. I was hoping they could flesh it out more. It’s not terrible but I hoped for better. A little bit of sudden gore that comes out of nowhere, really terrible ending
So you don't like Helen Keller jokes either?
What was annoying about this movie to me (and it’s I only saw it once when it was in theaters) was that it was called “Trainwreck” but portrayed a pretty much completely functional white woman with some relatively light emotional issues that needed to be resolved. Ie they dubbed down the term “Trainwreck” for an upper middle class audience. Expected, but when the premise of the movie is about how one’s life is a mess, it’s lame. I guess it is a comedy...
And I actually don’t mind Amy Schumer in general and think she can be pretty funny. Have never understood the resounding hate. She had some pretty funny bits on her Comedy Central show.
no. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear him tell the joke why doesn’t Helen Keller drive?
That honor belongs to Road House, AINEC...lol
Well, it was pretty clear the young woman was an alcoholic who hit the sack with most of the men she made eye contact with (and 3 women). For me that's close enough to a "trainwreck".
have to disagree. The corniness in Delta Force is unparalleled.
Robert Forster as a middle easterner hahaha
I checked out Bill Hicks.
Parts of his act were like watching Kevin Spacey impersonate Sam Kinison.
NOW I am watching RoadHouse
What I look like a valet?
Sam Elliot been 70 since 1981
girl finds old ass Polaroid camera and discovers that whoever i has their picture taken with it, dies.
it’s bad. If this came out during the time when PG13 horror was “in” (The Grudge, I’m looking at you) then it may have been acceptable, but that was what 20 years ago?
Edit. Nope. Going lower. 2/10 instead of 3 for zero depth.
Just watched Coco from Pixar. I thought it was incredibly well done. The story, acting and visuals were outstanding and exactly what one would expect from Pixar. The movie touches on some more mature themes, but doesn't feel like it is taking itself too serious like other Pixar movies.
The only negative I have is some of the comedy fell flat for me.
Fell asleep watching “Nothing to lose” last night
40 Year Old Virgin
One of my favorites. 8.5/10 - The mix of characters in it was so good.
But he still looks pretty good and that voice !
He is 76. I just looked it up
Random stupid thought. What if they did a Big Daddy part 2. But the kid is now a single father getting help from like Adam Sandler and some the people from the first one............
reminds me I am waiting on Grown Ups 3
Basically "That's my Boy"
they NAILED the supporting cast too. The scene with Kevin Hart in the electronics store was hilarious.
agreed. Visually stunning. Theming and colors probably the best they’ve ever done. Beautiful story throughout as well. It is actually quite powerful at times as well. Not a dry eye in my house. Not opening act of Up level sobbing, but there were onions cut.
they absolutely need a Coco ride at Disney. With how amazing they are with creating fully immersive worlds in the queue and ride experiences, it just needs to happen.
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