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I gave up my lunch hour to see it for work today. Disappointing on every level. Escpecially the food level.
Anxiously awaiting the tribute from Waffle House.
Congratulations for not silvering the AWFUL way.
Please also see “Bad Santa.” I have recollections of laughing at something in that movie at one time, but went through the horror of making someone watch it with me (for their first time) last weekend and finding it excruciatingly unfunny.
My question is why on Earth would an interviewer even bother posing that question? The pretty movie star is there to shill his new movies, not to reflect on the cancerous tumor that is The E Television Network.
Gabe – Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt already played this game, a whole year before HEAT. Maybe they could remake both movies: DRIVING AROUND WITH A VAMPIRE.
Not that I wish for him to die prematurely, but a time-lapse video recording of his decomposing body would prove interesting. You know, for future robot generations and the like.
The pool party at Hank and Marie’s did not go as planned.
You can’t all possibly be that young (or old with Alzheimer’s) can you?
Fat Burger (with egg and cheese) thank you. And Umami.
The long lines at In-N-Out are only slightly less baffling than the long lines at Pink’s.
Vidoegum’s Tracy Morgan Promise?
As a counter to the White People’s Problems movies that Gabe seems to be getting stuck with, I again offer up Tyler Perry’s DADDY’S LITTLE GIRLS. Worse than any of his Madea movies, this one is a catalog/parody of Stereotypical Black People’s Problems (Crackheads! Ex-Cons! Domestic abuse! Child abuse! Uppity women-friends! Class conflict!). Everything is so ridiculously exaggerated, I kept expecting Tyler in fat drag to show up, but no. Even Idris Elba (IDRIS ELBA, PEOPLE!) could not save this thing.
Brides getting knocked down by things make me laugh. Except when those things are Kevin James.
A terrible movie, yes. But the original from 1968 is excruciating:
Tyler Perry’s DADDY’S LITTLE GIRLS.
It may or may not be the worst of Perry’s movies, but it certainly takes itself the most seriously.Even Idris Elba (le sigh) can’t make it not be HORRIBLE.
Needs more Anna Faris falling down.