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!
Category: Guilty Pleasures
Take a trip to the Congo and find out if the movie adaptation of post-Jurassic Park Michael Crichton is a guilty pleasure worth indulging!
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.
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!
Undercover Brother is a movie that’s too funky for itself. Its cartoonish treatment of spy and blaxploitation flicks makes it a great lazy Sunday view, and the performances are surprisingly fun. Won’t you love this movie with me?
This article is devoted to the Chris Elliott 1994 comedy Cabin Boy and the reasons that make it the cult classic we all ought to be revering it as. Wanna buy a monkey?
When filmmaker Nora Ephron brings together an all-star cast led by Steve Martin, you expect something terrific. Mixed Nuts was Ephron’s follow-up to her smash success Sleepless in Seattle, and when it was released...
He is the last man on Earth. He wears a track suit and speeds around post-apocalyptic L.A. in a convertible, battling albino zombie mutants with a machine gun. Sounds awesome, right? It is.
In 1977, the motion picture Star Wars changed popular culture forever. What few people realize is that there was a far more culturally and artistically significant film released that same year:
As Mike McDermott once said, “I feel like Buckner walking back into Shea.” That’s exactly how I feel writing this article.