Here’s day 2 of Sports Movie Week, and we’re following up basketball with some early eighties stock car racing.
I think I need to start taking recommendations for Kids Film Friday from now on, instead of just relying on the Family Films section on Netflix.
Even after all the bad ones I’ve seen, I just can’t seem to help myself. Maybe I should give up on romantic comedies. There doesn’t seem to be any good ones left.
Day 250. Woo and indeed hoo.
I remember being quite excited to see Legion when the first trailers started appearing back in 2009. The whole idea of an angel on the run from his own kind with a big knife and a bag full of automatic weapons was just too badass to ignore. And then the trailers made way for the reviews and comments from folks who had actually seen it; comments that were almost universally damning. While I wasn’t swayed entirely, at least my eagerness had been tempered. It has taken two years to finally get around to it, and here we are. I’m doing another live commentary today on the film described by Wikipedia as (deep breath) an apocalyptic, supernatural, biblical, action, fantasy, thriller.
We were having some issues with the electricity here at 5-Word Heights last night, but everything is back up now so I’m chasing the International Date Line to get this flick watched and reviewed while it’s still Thursday somewhere. I picked one that made almost all the Worst Movies of the Year lists for 2011 (and apparently topped quite a lot of them): John Singleton’s…
I was feeling a bit philosophical today. Keep reading; there’s a review down there somewhere.
It is that time again, folks. Tonight is another live commentary review, purely because I need some sleep. It’s probably a good thing too, since I doubt I would be able to write enough about this flick to fill a standard review anyway.
Ever since I started doing Kid’s Film Fridays, Andy from the office has been pestering me to watch Baby’s Day Out. Some of you may know Andy from his review of Mamma Mia a couple of months back. I have been reluctant to subject myself to this flick over the years for two specific but not unrelated reasons. Firstly, the trailer made the movie look terrible. Secondly, it is the only film that my sister has ever walked out of at the cinema, and that was after she fell asleep during the show. So you can understand my trepidation when I pressed “play” tonight…
Hey, guys. Justin here from Today I Watched a Movie. I basically begged Ryan to let me do a guest post, so here we are!
I just obtained a copy of My Stepmother is an Alien, and thought it would fit in perfectly with the crazy things Ryan’s always coming up with to review. I had never heard of it before today, and after watching it, let’s just say I’m glad I didn’t have to pay for it. Oops! I’m almost forgetting my five words!
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