Three Bomb Mr. Cranky Movie Reviews
By the time Xander snowboarded in front of the intentionally-caused avalanche, I started to wonder whether this was a comedy.
|08/09/2002 - 22:46|
|You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger||0|
I was stuck viewing the film-making equivalent of ghostwriting, an embodiment of the on-screen celebrity product endorsement directing where instead of hawking Foreman grills, Woody Allen instead stickers his name on some script he found at the bottom of a drawer of a desk he bought at an estate sale and calls it original.
|10/23/2010 - 16:55|
|You've Got Mail||0|
The last part of this film consists of twenty minutes of utterly wasted material and reminded me of "Meet Joe Black" in that, once again, I begged somebody to jam a nail gun into my ear and end the agony by firing away like Charlton Heston at a Barney Frank fund-raiser.
|12/18/1998 - 22:29|
|You, Me and Dupree||0|
Matt Dillon has so little chemistry with Kate Hudson that I thought it was possible he had been green-screened in next to her.
|07/14/2006 - 22:38|
|Your Friends and Neighbors||0|
Whatever this thing is -- high school psychology report or bad dinner theater -- it surely isn't a movie.
|08/21/1998 - 22:32|
|Zack and Miri Make a Porno||12|
For those of you waiting for the opportunity to see Jason Mewes' penis, this is the movie for you.
|11/02/2008 - 17:40|
Within the commentary on the DVD, director John Boorman tries to explain that the film was "ahead of its time."
|02/06/1974 - 02:15|
For all director Jon Favreau's devotion to brotherly bonding, his main contribution to illuminating the mysteries of this relationship is to reveal, in repetitive, unnecessary detail, the amount of screaming that goes on between two kids.
|11/11/2005 - 02:12|
|Zatoichi and the Chest of Gold||0|
Okay, I'm not going to review every Zatoichi film because there are like 1,000 of them, but the Japanese Crankylanders have been threatening to riot for three years now, and I just want to shut them up.
|03/14/2001 - 02:09|