LW inspired me.
The Breakfast Club II: On Golden Pond
Old and retired now, the gang gathers at John and Claire's cottage to celebrate John's birthday. All their children are invited, but despite feeling they should be there, none can make it due to being in detention. Well, it was jury duty actually.
Ebert - Detention, sequestered, I see the link.
Hood where's my car?
Pot smoking losers arrive at Camelot on quest for lost car, purloined by merry hoodlum Robin H. for a gay singalong with the chocolate knights of the round table. Cameo appearance by Shrek.
...and here's many sequels to "The Passion of the Christ," material girl (welcome to A2K) and here's the link:
Mel isn't doing a sequel until he gets his phantom Golden Globe.
"The Splashin' of the Christ: House of Fax"
Mel once again rethinks how Christ met his end. He is pushed into a vat of hot wax and molded into zillions of dashboard idols. A fax is sent from heaven stating this was beneath the dignity of the icon and besides, he's unfairly ousted St. Christopher from that embarassment.
Thanks LW, now I have this image stuck in my head (and so do you
Oh, thanx, cjhsa -- that's nearly as awful as having the theme from Jeopardy implanted in my head. Actually, they kind of go together.
...and how many of these do you have?
That dashboard doll is almost obscene in its tastelessness!
"Alexander II: Queer As Folk"
In part two, Oliver Stone let's it all hang out. Not as epic as one would believe.
Ebert: After the hangover of the box office flop, Oliver Stone tries for overhang.
Roeper: I like it as much as the first -- it's unintentional camp made me giggle and Colin Farrell finally gets to kiss his lover instead of some street tramp.
Charlie's Angels 3 - The Mud Wrestling Years
So who gets down and dirty in that one?
Everyone, I imagine.
Watch the silicone fly!
National Treasure of the Sierra Madre - Bogie shows Nick Cage how this acting thing is really done.
Three men and a 20 year old girl.
She's all grown up, blind-folded and has to guess which one is her REAL daddy! Aiiiiii!!!!!!!
I want more of Kate Beckinsale!
Also, they need to bring in female
Ice Station Zebra 2005 - the freakin' winter that NEVER ended!!!!!
Well, thinking of Rock Hudson:
Magnificent Obsesssion II: The Outing
After Rock (Merrick) becomes a doctor and cures Jane of blindness, he falls for Gregg Palmer (as Tom Masterson) and they begin an affair. Jane in utter dispair jumps off the Golden Gate Bridge.
Ebert: It was believable right up to the Golden Gate Bridge sequence which was an obvious reference to "Vertigo."
Roeper: I agree, only Hitchcock should be able to use national monuments. She might as well have jumped off Mt. Rushmore (which, as some know, is moving South).
Sky Cap and the World of Tomorrow
Jude Law carries Gwyneth Paltrow's bags in this beautifully rendered CGI edition of a truly pedestrian story.
Or "Sly Captain and the Potboiler of Tomorrow"
A pilot ace lures a pushy reporter into getting into his plane but we know there's not going to be much chance for hanky-panky in the back seat!
Okay, I enjoyed the inventive and artistic new filming technique which brought CGI to its antithesis (other than the characters being rendered in CGI which has also included lukewarm story lines and failed at the box office), and the child like exposition of old movie serials but it's been done much better before. Can anyone ever come close to "Raiders of the Lost Ark?" I doubt it.