Two Bomb Mr. Cranky Movie Reviews
It's not unlike watching the monkeys at the zoo. The monkeys are entertaining as long as they're playing with the tires and swinging from the ropes, but once they start throwing their own feces at the window, it's time to move on to another exhibit.
|12/10/2004 - 17:24|
|Oliver and Company||0|
Clearly, Disney is presenting the bourgeoisie as a superior alternative to the proletariat despite the fact that the bourgeoisie exploits the proletariat by creating surplus value from the product of the proletariat's labor.
|03/29/1996 - 20:12|
|One Hour Photo||0|
Director Mark Romanek apparently had some revelation when he walked into a Wal-Mart and was scared half to death by the octogenarian at the entrance.
|09/13/2002 - 20:37|
|Open Your Eyes||0|
Frankly, I'm surprised the subtitles didn't appear in Japanese given the sense things made.
|04/16/1999 - 20:57|
Not only is Hollywood a town about who you sleep with, it's a town that celebrates the triumph of nepotism like mongoloids in a Mississippi trailer park.
|01/11/2002 - 22:13|
It's not as bad as "BASEketball," but then neither is a root canal and a sandblaster enema.
|10/23/1998 - 22:49|
This film needs three things: a new name, less Kenneth Branagh and subtitles.
|12/15/1995 - 23:04|
|Out of Sight||0|
(Director Steven Soderbergh) has gone neo-noir, hoping there's room in Quentin Tarantino's pants for more than just spare change.
|06/26/1998 - 23:26|
There are three keys to any movie writhing under the magical touch of the Farrelly brothers: semen, animal abuse, and the handicapped.
|09/01/1999 - 23:36|
|Over the Hedge||0|
"Over the Hedge" is the kind of movie that requires Mr. Cranky to have his intern bring a barf bag.
|05/19/2006 - 23:40|
Everyone should get a paycheck just for sitting through this thing.
|12/25/2003 - 19:38|
This doesn't quite answer the various sexuality questions romping around the story with the subtlety of Al Sharpton in a tutu.
|12/25/2003 - 19:59|
I still hold Schumacher personally responsible for my mental breakdown following a screening of his abysmal "Batman and Robin".
|04/04/2003 - 20:10|
If a guy tells me he spends all his time ruminating about pi and I discover he's not talking about baked goods, I usually start backing away and plotting vectors to the exits.
|07/10/1998 - 20:12|
|Pieces of April||0|
This is why I don't celebrate the holidays. If you just skip them or celebrate them on non-traditional days, you can avoid a lot of problems.
|02/19/2004 - 20:16|
...It's a good idea to miss "Pitch Black." Unfortunately, we're not all that lucky.
|02/18/2000 - 20:31|
|Playing by Heart||0|
To Miramax, two words: Eat me. Here's the ending:
|12/18/1998 - 20:37|
This is another one of those films which derives its hipness from a total disregard for the horror of human suffering.
|10/17/1997 - 20:33|
|10/23/1998 - 20:39|
Disney has been pulling this cute animal scam for the last fifty years.
|06/23/1995 - 21:23|