Monday, June 28, 2004

Movies: some moving picture reviews

so i watched three movies last night. Fahrenheit 9/11, Eurotrip, and Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach.

one of these films was poignant and very powerful. yes, you guessed it. how could anything be more poignant than police academy 5? hightower and tackleberry make any film a very powerful and personal experience. but lets not forget harris. the most interesting antagonist ever put on film. this film does not suffer too much from the absence of Steve Guttenberg. Watch it, and marvel in it's pure comedic majesty.

If there was a film that ever needed tits more than eurotrip, I have not seen it. Breasts should be in the credits as a character. now don't get me wrong. It's good to have tits in a movie but know in advance that it is the only thing worthwhile in the film. oh there was a lot of penis as well.

And yeah, that Fahrenheit 9/11 movie was ok too.

But seriously, I cried a couple times. And I don't do that very often. the most powerful film Michael Moore's done yet, in my opinion. That might be because he was in the film so little in comparison to his other work. he let footage and the folks in there deliver his message. It doesn't make bush out to be Hitler. Like some clinically retarded left extreme groups have done. it just shows him as a man that really shouldn't the president. I recommend it.


Tom the Dog said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Corey Beckner said...

as soon as i figure out how to put the links up, you'll get one too buddy!