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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Tolch View Post
    Would have liked to have seen an uncut blu with the playground scene. That was also in the novelization of the script/film, which I read a billion times as a kid.
    I prefer Riggs' introduction in the theatrical cut: "One hundred thousand."
    Why would anybody watch a scum show like Videodrome? Why did you watch it, Max?

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    Superbad
    Wish fulfillment for schlubby dudes. No, Emma Stone and the rest
    of the chicks in this film wouldn't piss on you if you were on fire right
    in front of them. A Beanie Feldstein type of girl might be sorta interested
    in you though. Overrated and way too long but fun enough. It also hit me that I
    really really looked like McLovin when I was at that age which made me
    cringe and relive old, terrible embarrassing memories.

    Moglie Nuda E Siciliana
    Cheesy Andrea Bianchi sex comedy starring a real knock out I've never heard of before
    named Christiana Borghi. Beautiful girl (off to vintage erotica forum we go). The tv rip
    lacked english subs so there were some guess work involved as to what was going on plotwise.
    I think some dude's car broke down in the countryside where he then got mistaken for someone
    else by our gorgeous leading lady and thus had to go through a shotgun wedding, arranged by her
    angry brothers. Then he and his new bride moved to the city where she promptly left him before
    consummating the marriage. Then she stumbled into photo romanzi work as a model but the guy
    funding the mag demanded they switch to nude stuff instead. Then her original beau (the one she
    thought it was in the beginning of the film) stumbled upon her nude pics and got pissed so he sought
    her out. They end up in bed but she gets cold feet and kicks him in the balls, so he leaves. Then her
    brothers start looking for her along with her husband. Her husband eventually finds her and sorta rapes
    her in the back of a truck. Mid forcible sex she comes around and starts liking him after running from him the
    entire film. The end. Weird film but sorta entertaining.

    Death Steps In The Dark
    Tonally weird Leonard Mann giallo. I was completely entertained and laughed quite
    a bit at the cheesy humor thrown in here and there amid the gore. I'd love to see
    this get a blu-ray release. A gem!

    Death Carries A Cane
    Pedestrian (but entertaining) giallo from the same director as the above film. Susan Scott, Simon Andreu and
    Robert Hoffman are all solid. Too bad the story is a little weak. It doesn't really make sense when all is said and done
    but it's a decent enough time. Arrow should do a double feature of these two weird flicks.
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    SWINGERS: I saw this when it came out at the cinemas and hadn't seen it since. I enjoyed it a lot more this time but it was a tough watch.

    When I first saw SWINGERS the characters were all considerably older than me and the world they were traversing was as foreign to me as Lord Of The Rings and there wasn't much to connect to. This time though I'm much older than they are and it's a different film. All of s udden its reltable but only in a nostalgic sense. Now its about watching characters who haven't worked it out yet bumble around and fuck things up. I miss bumbling around from bars to clubs to parties in my 20s. That sense of not knowing where the nights going to take you. Generally you didn't have a great time but you always had an experience and every experience back then was a new one. Fuck covid and fuck getting old.

    Amazing how many people in this went on to have careers. Liman's an A lister. Jon Favreau is in everything. Heather Graham was huge for a bit there. Vince Vaughan shagged Jennifer Aniston. Little film but worked out great for everyone.
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    Unhinged

    Russel Crowe stars in a DTV type thriller that thanks to COVID got released in theatres over here so they have something to show. Would have worked just as well on the small screen. But I hope that good ole Russ goes the Nic Cage/Bruce Willis career route now. He can be fun in this type of schlock.
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    Girl Most Likely
    Unremarkable but nice and cozy Kristen Wiig dramedy. I throw this on once in a while when I'm down or catastrophically bored. It's just entertaining.

    Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World
    Wonderful end of the world drama/comedy/road movie with the ever likeable Steve Carrell and a charming Keira Knightley. A nice little love story.
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    Watching FRATERNITY VACATION tonight because I'll never not have a crush on Leigh McCloskey.
    It's so surreal seeing his 80s movies and reconciling them with the kooky culty guy he is now.

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    Just googled him. Wow... dude really went off the deep end.

    Masterminds
    I have a deep hatred for anything Zach Galifianakis. But Kristen Wiig is in it and I really dig her so I watched this. Also, I can stomach Owen Wilson and his fucked up dick nose (Luke Wilson is the best Wilson brother, imo). Based on a true story, Kristen Wiig (who is very trashy hot in this film) uses her wiles to sucker Zach's character into committing an armored car company robbery with the "help" of shady Owen Wilson and his pals. Shockingly they manage to knock off the place and they all go into hiding. Stuck in Mexico, Zach grows increasingly impatient when Kristen doesn't show up as promised to join him so Owen Wilson hires creepy hitman Jason Sudeikis to kill him. Hijinx ensue. This was alright I guess. I'll probably never watch it again but I didn't hate it. I still don't have a clue how or why Zach Galifianakis has a career but whatever.

    Zoolander 2
    Poor sequel with many jokes falling completely flat. Again I didn't hate it but it's not very good. Kristen Wiig does a kooky Donatella Versace send up and Will Ferrell is his usual obnoxious shouty self. Decidedly meh movie.

    Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure
    Adorably stupid in every single way. Lots of fun and inspired lunacy on display. Alex Winters and Keanu Reeves are pitch perfect for the material.

    Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey
    Textbook case of unneeded sequel. Not nearly as entertaining as the first one. I looked at my watch several times. I do like Bill Sadler as death though. I'm gonna go ahead and give the upcoming third movie a miss since it's obvious it's gonna be stinky poop. Bill And Ted was an 80's-90's thing. Also they genderflipped their offspring which is totally bogus, man.

    Angie Tribeca - Season 1
    Highly entertaining cop show spoof in the tradition of Naked Gun. I was skeptical at first but they really pull it off beautifully. Rashida Jones stars and a zillion cool people pop in to guest star during the show.
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    Watched „Southern Comforts“ from 1971 last night. A beauty contest is staged in the barn of a dimwit called The Colonel. The beauty contest doesn't last too long as The Colonel and his buddies get down to business with the contestants.
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    Anchorman 2
    Another pointless, poor sequel. And it goes on forever (apparently there's even an extended cut). Yuck.

    Angie Tribeca - Season 2
    Still fucking funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabonga View Post
    Anchorman 2
    Another pointless, poor sequel. And it goes on forever (apparently there's even an extended cut). Yuck.
    I think I originally saw the extended cut. All I remember is how long and boring it was. Admittedly I wasn't big on the first movie either but it was light years better than the sequel.
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