More than a mere parody of Star Wars, Spaceballs is able to stand on its own as comedy space opera. The fun that is has with the genre is second to none, and makes it a movie you need to see before you die.
Author: Jeff Lombardi
More than just another generic Rock action vehicle, G.I. Joe: Retaliation attempts to go all-in on the source material and have some fun with it. Just put it in and let it happen. Yo Joe!
Trying to decide whether to watch Oblivion or Jack Reacher? Well, you should really watch both of them. But which one is better? Read!
If you want to understand martial arts in today’s popular culture, look no further than Bruce Lee and Enter the Dragon. That’s why this is a special combo post: a Movie to Watch With Your Dad Before You Die.
What is more real – television or life outside of television? According to David Cronenberg’s masterpiece Videodrome, the answer may surprise you.
Mystery Men falls into a weird hole – after Batman & Robin but before X-Men, when people starting taking superheroes seriously again. The movie is kind of a mess, but it’s a fun mess and it deserves your attention.
There are countless war flicks that have been released over the years. The Dirty Dozen reaches beyond being a typical genre entry into an ensemble character piece. There is plenty to appreciate about this film, so watch it with your dad!
Django is a classic Spaghetti Western from 1968 that was so successful that it spawned scads of unofficial sequels. Some of them are bad, and some of them are worse. All of them, however, are worth watching. Come check out my list of unofficial Django sequels!
Death to Smoochy is a highly underrated and highly entertaining movie. If nothing else, watch it for an underseen Robin Williams performance. Written by the same writer/director of Cabin Boy, Adam Resnick, and directed by Danny DeVito, this is a great Guilty Pleasure!
How does the film version of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy stack against its source material? Switch on your Infinite Improbabilty Drive to find out!