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Dumb and Dumber Movie Review
Remember a couple weeks ago when I reviewed Dumb and Dumber To and said it wasn’t all that great? Well, It’s about time I talk about the first part of the story, to remember the times gone past, tales of dog cars and mustard and ketchup fountains gone by. Time to get dumb, before dumb was cool.
Dumb and Dumber To Movie Review
If you remember the Farrelly brothers, you remember them as being the crude dudes of the mid 1990s through the early 2000s. In that span, they made a gem called Dumb and Dumber. 20 years later, they decided to make a sequel. Everyone was ecstatic about it, until they actually saw it.
Dutch Movie Review
In this little-known John Hughes comedy, Ed O’Neill is the crass, no-nonsense Al Bun-- I mean, Dutch Dooley. His new girlfriend has a son who’s been a bit too influenced by his snot-nosed father, and Dutch agrees to escort the boy home for Thanksgiving, not knowing the horrors that lie in wait...
Hocus Pocus Movie Review
The year is 1693 The Sanderson sisters, having nothing better to do other than whatever people did back then, have decided to become witches. When they’re caught and murdered, they vow in the form of a curse. it takes 300 years, but they’re reincarnated… in the 90s. Maybe they were better off dead.
Home Alone Movie Review
A movie that introduced John Hughes to the 1990s and its children, directed by a guy who would make his name known to a generation of children in the 2000s by directing the Harry Potter films, who also wrote The Goonies. But does the film encourage violence against hobos? Maybe.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas Movie Review
This was a perfectly serviceable live-action tribute to the works of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss that started an idea. A terrible, awful idea: copy-and-paste, pop-culture laden ransackings of childhood memories. But we can at least sit here and enjoy its sire, which is actually entertaining.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 Movie Review
The sequel to How to Train Your Dragon is every bit as entertaining and moving as the original. Focusing on an expansion of the world of the movie, Hiccup and his friends discover a new villain bent on taking over. Thankfully, they find new allies in the new lands they uncover as well.
I Love You Phillip Morris Movie Review
Looking for a movie that flips the romantic comedy on its head and then dances in the street with it? This buried treasure stars Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor in an uproarious mix of true love, hard work, and prison.
Into the Wild Green Yonder Movie Review
In the second ending of the cult classic animated series created by Simpsons front man Matt Groening, the Planet Express crew becomes divided by the cultural and political fault lines generated from the building of the universe’s biggest mini-golf course.
John Dies At The End Movie Review
John and Dave are twenty-something slackers with zero ambition. That hasn’t stopped them from unwittingly becoming the only people possible of saving the human race from annihilation. A violent and irreverent comedy, John Dies at the End is best watched without kids, and accepted without question.
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