With only two more Friday’s left in November my four weeks of sheer and utter movie embarrassment is almost at an end so let’s finish off this second to last selection in the guilty pleasure series quick – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick! Today we’re going into deep, deep character clichés, cornball comedy and stereotypical […]
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1987 was a fantastic year for movies. Lots of great stuff came out; Robocop, Lethal Weapon and The Princess Bride all debuted in ’87. Some other stuff came out too, the highest grossing film was Three Men & A Baby…and that’s more along the lines of where we could probably fit Mannequin into in terms […]
Hilarious performances by Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman make this comedy a “good old, knockdown slapstick” (The Hollywood Reporter)! It sounded like a great weekend away at their boss Bernie’s beachside pleasure palace. But when working stiffs Richard and Larry (McCarthy and Silverman) arrive to find a real stiff – their murdered boss – they’re […]
Three classic 80s comedies are finally strutting their way to Blu-ray at the beginning of May. And they all wouldn’t be complete without horribly photoshopped and updated covers! With the Norma Rae one last week and now these three, Fox looks to be making an art of terrible catalog title covers. JUST USE THE FREAKIN’ […]