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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 universeís biggest mini-golf course.
They Live Movie Review
In the 80s, action flicks and pro wrestling came together in an amazing storm of testosterone and explosions. One of the most iconic was this John Carpenter film starring the late, great Rowdy Roddy Piper. To honor his recent passing, letís revisit this classic tale of aliens and mullets.
Waiting Movie Review
Rules for going out to eat: Tip well. Donít linger during the dinner rush. Donít be afraid to ask questions if you donít know what a thing is. And above all, be nice to the people who prepare your food. The slightest chance that they might be anything like these guys is worth being a freakiní saint.
UHF Movie Review
Donít touch that channel. Donít touch that dial. This movieís got it all.
The Book of Life Movie Review
Once upon a time in Mexico, the center of the country, the only country with a really awesome mustache, a love story that rocked three different worlds played out. And now, in a back corner of the Smithsonian, a lone storyteller tells it again to a group of rambunctious kids with an hour to kill.
They Came Together Movie Review
Do you want to watch every romantic comedy ever made? Go ahead and give this a watch. Itís a brutally honest and systematically destructive takedown of one of the most predictable genres in movie history, cast mostly with SNL alumni.
Clerks 2 Movie Review
Since weíre on the subject of Clerks from last week, how about we take a look at the sequel to Smithís first movie? It came out 12 years after the original, but whatís a decade to a legion of rabid fans? Iíll tell you: it was an abominable eternity.
Clerks Movie Review
Another film I covered briefly in my Kevin Smith top 5. It's time to talk a bit more in-depth about the film that made Smith's career and inspired a generation to believe that maybe, just maybe, things get better once you stop complaining about them, even though complaining is so much easier.
A Million Ways to Die in the West Movie Review
This film was hyped up as the next great comedy western by the minds who brought the world Family Guy, Ted, and American Dad. In truth, it was just a comedy western written by the guys who brought us Family Guy, Ted, and American Dad, some of the most polarizing shows released in recent memory.
Kung Fury Movie Review
On the twenty-eighth of May, two thousand and fifteen, the greatest half-hour movie of the 1980s premiered on the internet. I watched it. You guys, I have to talk to you about it. Itís all justÖ too much to speak of here. Click the link.
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