Find Me On:
I don’t know who’s coming with you, but when you get there you’re going to find me relaxing with my thoughts. For the record: not watching the show anymore doesn’t diminish my enjoyment of the recaps one bit.
Also, the saying is actually “when it rains it farts.” Rare miss, Gabe.
Funny, because Spy Kids 4 is being released in 4D (the fourth dimension is odor), and I thought that’s what you meant. I bet Dirty Dancing 4 would REEK!
Must Love Dogs: #428 in the comment thread, #1 in your hearts (if your hearts are the worst).
Seriously! It’s like Werttrew is the Kyle Chandler character from Early Edition, only instead of the newspaper he just gets Videogum a day in advance.
(Note: this comment is dedicated to Kelly’s timely examples, which were awesome.)
Bounce 2: Bounce It Higher.
Come on. EVERYONE likes shorts.
Gwyneth: “It was an accident that I learned every word of Straight Outta Compton and to love something that… my parents literally could not grasp.”
Funny: she essentially said that both she and her parents couldn’t grasp it, literally or otherwise. But the difference is something something she knows all the words to “It Takes Two”!
I really wanted to like this movie, especially after it was over and the total jerk behind me immediately called it “undisciplined.” Really, man? If “discipline” is fumbling with a crinkly bag of what sounds like pork rinds all movie (like you were doing), then I don’t want to be right (or whatever).
Also, Saoirse is pronounced “SEER-shuh.” Who knew?
Wait, are we overlooking the fact that the lead homicide detective in Seattle looks about 15 (give or take a half)? It wasn’t in the list. I just found it weird in the opener that she was getting the “Oh man, tough shoes to fill here” treatment when she looked MAYBE old enough to be a star at the Police Academy (that’s a real police, right?).
I’m afraid my upvote button is broken. It will let me do only one when I really want to do a million.
It’s possible I’m the only one consistently nominating Must Love Dogs (a Gary David Goldberg joint) because I’m the only one stupid enough to have seen it at all. Fair enough! It’s terrible! Why would you want to have seen it?! But that’s just my point. It’s THE WORST. And not in a “This movie rubbed me the wrong way” or “You love it or you hate it” kind of way. Straight-up bad. It may not have gotten good reviews, or any awards, or done well at the box office, but it DESERVES to be recognized by the Hunt.
I’m with gobblegirl. I mean, if we’re truly hunting for the worst movie of all time, how is it possible that we’ve seen neither hide nor hair of Must Love Dogs? (Woof!) (Get it?!)
Please, Gabe? The plot synopsis of that movie alone will be worth its weight in LOLs. (John Cusack’s a boat builder, see, but he can’t part with his boats. Even though people are beating down the door to buy his boats!)
Also, living-person Jeff Bridges had his info disc for 20+ years, but couldn’t figure out a way to open the portal to Earth, yet he’s afraid of CGI Jeff Bridges getting it… why? I don’t know how to open a portal, and this thing is the sum total of my knowledge, and yet if someone else knows what I know then… forget it. Of course CGI Jeff Bridges uses it to open a portal in under two minutes. LOGIC!
What bugged me (get it? It’s about computers) most about the movie was how CGI Jeff Bridges was supposedly bent on creating the perfect system. “Did I not create the perfect system, living-person Jeff Bridges?” he asks. But the system is obviously a pitch-black wasteland police state — a system in which computer programs are plotting a revolt, committing suicide, etc., because it’s such a fucking nightmare. But, of course, living-person Jeff is all, “Yes, of course it’s perfect. LOOK AROUND.”
I don’t mean to brag or anything, but I was BORN in the hospital they’re going to take that guy to. That’s my hometown! Just saying.
Bourbonfire of the Vanities.
Sweet November. Oh, wait. It’s the exact same movie.
Hey… season 3′s poster gets a “making of” video, and season 4′s doesn’t. WHAT’S UP WITH THAT, AMC? I mean, what’s that phone made of? Inquiring minds!
One more: We Pwn the Night
Forget Jack and Chrissy
The only three
Whose company you need
Is the father, the son, and the holy G
All due respect to this movie’s candidacy, I can’t believe it made the Hunt before Dogma. “I have a good idea” that movie’s a piece of shit.
I know, I know! It was the word “illegal” that tipped him off, right? Or “mod.” Probably.
Amelia on DVD. That’s going to be awesome, right?!