Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop: A Flickcharter’s Movie Review

Ryan Stuckey

Ryan likes movies. They are one of his favorite things. He does everything in his power to not sound like an elitist when he talks about them. He would like to apologize in advance for all the times he will inevitably sound like an elitist talking about them. He also thinks it’s awkward to write about himself in the third person. He can be found at SirStuckey on Flickchart and almost every other film ranking website.

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4 Responses

  1. Kristen Homstad says:

    Love me some Coco. I thought it was cool to see his kids and wife, because he never really talks about them much on the show. He does a pretty good job of keeping them private.

  2. Colin Biggs says:

    Such a cool guy. And at last he has a regular show again without NBC telling him, “No masturbating bear jokes”.

    • Ryan Stuckey says:

      Yeah NBC blew the transition. They tried to change him too much from what made him popular in the first place. Considering how popular he was with the 19-25 year old market which is the most beloved by advertisers it was an incredibly stupid movie.

    • Colin Biggs says:

      Exactly. If they wanted Leno they should have kept Leno where he was.