Super Funny, and helped me become far less disturbed by a co-worker
who had previously called me a "shit-slurping Uncle Fucker."
Good, but alarming when one amongst the innocent-looking sixteen
year olds in the bathroom after the movie actually said "It made
me want to do drugs. . . Actually, it just made me want to go out
with a really hot drug dealer."
The new movie with Eddie Murphy
Haven't seen it, don't intend to, but this kid I know is so excited
about seeing it, and he's a really really funny kid, so whatever
Evil Dead 2
Good, but I suggest renting at a smaller local video store with
a geeky salesperson. Geeky Salesperson may give you props; Blockbuster
Manager-Guy told me I should be enjoying the nice weather instead
of watching movies like this. Bad for self-esteem.
The Tango Lesson
The Blair Witch Project
Good, but I had trouble really getting into it because the guys
down my row were "having a conversation." Yes, that's what they
The Philadelphia Story
Loved it, loved it, loved it.
Good, but who the hell keeps giving Gretchen Mol work? She is not
Some movie with Gretchen Mol and the actress who likes to wiggle
and the actor who was the gay lover in Wilde
PREPOSTEROUS. I saw this during a bachelorette party and we turned
it off at the point where the ailing mother proclaims Death will
have to "mount her like an intractible whore." Saw it again on TBS
recently and found that the ailing mother weakly pitches an empty
glass through the window subsequent to the whore statement (in an
act of defiance towards said Death I guess). (Pants, have you seen
Really Good. The shooting scene in the marble entranceway is just
plain kick-ass. Although I do grow tired of the Fifth Element-esque
"love will conquer all" horseshit.
The Thin Red Line
Good, until there was a power surge in the hotel and the movie was
cut off halfway.
So I Married an Axe-Murderer
Funniest Movie of All Time, sort of. If you are reading this and
you remember the jail scene with the guy from SNL who died and it's
not Chris Farley and you, too, almost peed your pants while watching
it, you can stay at my house if you ever visit Providence. That
scene, and Mike Myers saying "PIPER DOWN" in a not great Scottish
accent make this a gem. Come on.
With that, my mind empties out. And I got stuff to do. Enjoy the
rest of the issue.