A light and breezy romantic comedy that pulls its ideas from everything else popular at the time…and with a pop-star lead to sell it.
Consistently amusing—if too long—dirty joke, with a high-powered all-star cast.
Lemme tell ya something, brother! Let’s steer this Hulkamania train off the rails!
“Atta boy, Luther!”
What better way to celebrate the most macabre month of the year than to watch a grotesque comedy about Hollywood and the funeral business (guess which one is worse…)?
Hey—ready to have some fun in an already crappy 2019…regardless of your personal orientation, religious beliefs, or political persuasions?! Mill Creek Entertainment’s dynamite Old Dudes Creepin’ On the Young Taint Blu-ray double feature, Age of Consent and Cactus Flower, has something for everyone: the raincoat brigade can get their pervy jollies at home, and the… Read More ‘Cactus Flower’ (1969): Rusty & predictable, but still makes us laugh
At Christmastime, if I’ve been a good boy, I usually get a couple of movie and TV books to enjoy during the more relaxed, quiet days of the holiday (before the inevitable New Year’s Eve brawl).
Tamped down by a forced PG-13 rating, high school hi-jinx came roaring back in the late ’90s after an absence, and 1998’s Can’t Hardly Wait led the charge and was relatively successful, teeming with young stars–some uncredited–on the brink of breaking big.
A mean-spirited, vulgar, slapstick take on Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Thank god.
Sony’s Choice Collection, their manufactured-on-demand DVD service for old Columbia Pictures library and cult titles, is still pumping out the discs, including one just right for these warm summer nights: Drive-In, the 1976 Columbia Pictures sleeper hit featuring a largely unfamiliar cast of fresh faces.