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Review - Movie 43 (2013)

Movie 43 seemed like a bad idea the first time I heard about it. A handful of well known actors come together for a gross-out film of epic proportions with a handful of directors and writers pulling it all together. 265 more words


Two Links From The American Interest & It's Willer Time

Adam Garfinkle (as of July 11th) at the American Interest on ISIS/ISIL, the Kurds, the Iranian regime (the U.S. position can’t allow deliverable nukes for Iran, the Iranian regime is by hook or by crook aiming for deliverable nukes): 290 more words

Public Debate

My Favorite Movies #85 - The Naked Gun

The movies I keep coming back to again and again tend to be some kind of heroic or dramatic spectacle, because I never get tired of good guys in conflict with bad guys, or an unflinching look at what it really costs to stand up for something. 1,772 more words


After Nothing but Pacific Rim...

194. 10/20 – Machete Kills* – Entertaining mindless fun that didn’t live up to the expectations of the first one. (Cinema) 6/10

195. 10/26 – … 111 more words

Movies And Films

"Son of the Invisible Man" from "Amazon Women on the Moon" (1987)

Back in the 1970s, prior to the success of TV shows like “Saturday Night Live,” there were movies that featured various comedy sketches instead of a feature-length plot. 179 more words


K is for Kentucky Fried Movie

The Kentucky Fried Movie, released in 1977, written by David and Jerry Zucker and Jim Abrahams, and directed by a young John Landis, is a series of affectionate spoofs of just about every conceivable exploitation film genre – the kung fu film ( 447 more words