Taal (1999) is a bad movie. I remember seeing this movie when it was in theaters and thinking, “this is terrible.” I was 12.
You ever watch a movie that, as you’re watching it, you think, “this is garbage, why am I doing this to myself?” and then it ends and you feel compelled to watch it over and over again. Welcome to my life when I discovered Carolina on WE in the early 2000s.
A few years ago, a friend and I walked to several video stores in the West Village looking for a copy of Practical Magic. The first video attendant actually tried to look for a DVD for us. At the second store, they laughed in our faces. Another store had no idea what we were even […]
Earlier this week, Hillary reviewed Galavant which reminded me how great A Knight’s Tale was. So in all it’s early 2000s glory, I revisit this magnificent celebration of b-list supporting character actors and anachronistic music scores.
Are you ready for part two of the epic story of Simran and Raj? HERE WE GO!
One summer I worked as a group leader for a 3rd grade class. I am responsible for all of their lifelong obsessions with Little Shop of Horrors.
Remember when Katherine Heigl wasn’t an often maligned TV star/rom-com maven? Remember when the Disney Channel had TV movies with budgets and plots that befit their low quality, limited audience reach, and very targeted appeal?
This is me apologizing to everyone I’ve ever lived with (mostly you, Mom) for watching this movie every time it pops up on TV.
You know what movie always passes the Bechdel test? Spice World.
I first saw Alien (1979) about two years ago. My previous exposure to Alien came from the Great Movie Ride at Disney World that had me cowering in my seat. I figured after reviews of some not so great movies, it’s time for something a little different.
Between this movie and Ghostbusters, I’m pretty sure my roommates have seen each about 15 times since they moved in with me in August. This is me saying I’m the worst roommate ever, or best depending on whether or not you agree that Coming to America is one of the best comedies ever.
If you’ve seen any of John Waters’ movies, you know to expect a certain breed of weird misfit comedy that is wonderful and dark and hilarious; Cry-Baby (1990) is one of those movies.
As children of the 80s started producing teen comedies, the 00s brought forth a too self-assured brand of teen comedy that tried to rehash those John Hughes movies of their youth, but got caught up in trying to make every possible pop culture reference that they produced mildly enjoyable,which lead to immensely forgettable and amazingly messy movies. 2001s Get […]
As a kid, anytime I felt any type of emotion, I watched this movie.
I both love and hate Bollywood.