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  • A Night at the Roxbury

    A Night at the Roxbury


    Emilioooooo. Some of the jokes didn’t age well but it’s still funny & good ol’ 90s fun. The soundtrack of course slaps so hard. Whenever you listen to What Is Love by Haddaway, this is the movie you always think of when you first heard it from. I miss Chris Kattan, he should’ve been as big as a star as Will Ferrell is. He’s just as talented & funny. Molly Shannon is freaking hysterical too and Lochlyn Munro steals some scenes. It’s a solid comedy flick.

  • Ted K

    Ted K


    I think this is probably Sharlto Copley’s best performance to date and I love his zany roles but this one tops them all.

  • The Client

    The Client


    It’s been a very, very, very long time since I seen this but dang, I don’t remember anything at all from it when I was a kid. I only remembered Susan Sarandon & Brad Renfro (the kid) & liking it, that’s it. Well, I still like it. It’s a great thriller from Joel Schumacher. Great performances from Susan Sarandon & Tommy Lee Jones.




    What the heck??!! 😂

  • Christine



    Of course I would come back and revisit this, I freaking love it. John Carpenter & Stephen King are true kings!

  • Night at the Museum

    Night at the Museum


    Never reviewed this one but here we are, it’s a quickie: It’s a fun, hilarious ride with the help of it’s cast in top form especially Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais & Dick Van Dyke. Carla Gugino is stunning as usual.

  • X



    Day N’ Nite
    What, what?
    They toss and turn, they keep stressing their mind, mind
    What, What?
    They all seemed to look for peace but see they don’t attain.
    What, What?

    ‘Cause Day N’ Nite
    The horny old lady seems to free her mind at night.
    She’s all lonely through the day and night.
    The horny old lady seems to free her mind at, at, at, night.

    This was entertaining. It’s like a porno version of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.…

  • 00:00:00 (Zero Hours, Zero Minutes, Zero Seconds)

    00:00:00 (Zero Hours, Zero Minutes, Zero Seconds)

    Never watched a film out of Guatemala but I finally got that off my checklist ✅

  • The Trust

    The Trust


    What makes this watchable is easily Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood’s solid performances. It utilizes their talents well and without them, this would’ve just been a very uninteresting and boring heist movie. Bonus points for a Nic Cage freakout moment: “OPEN IT!! OPEN IT! OPEN IT! OPEN IT!” Classic Cage. Oh and Jerry Lewis makes a brief cameo in one of his final roles.

  • Pete Davidson: Alive from New York

    Pete Davidson: Alive from New York


    Love Pete, he’s hilarious. There’s some good jokes in this. It started it off very well. I liked the end of him talking about his dad’s friends telling him stories about his stories but at the same, it felt like more stories that he felt like he didn’t want to put in The King of Staten Island plus a couple of those stories were in the movie. As a comedy special, it’s decent and funny but i’ve seen better.

  • Eric Andre: Legalize Everything

    Eric Andre: Legalize Everything


    I wanted to check out on how would he handle stand-up and he did fine, it was funny here and there but his style is better off in tv shows and movies.