Here’s what I think of “Hannah Montana: The Movie” http://tinyurl.com/cy9gtm
Archive for April 9th, 2009
@ranielle No one made him fix it?! Who was the screening rep? So glad I didn’t go… I would have murdered someone.
@devincf @davechensky I’ve noticed that too — lots of pan-and-scan and other abominations on @instant_netflix. Wholly unacceptable.
The reason Pres. Obama bowed to Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah was to see whether Pres. Bush’s lips were still attached to his butt.
“Observe and Report” is to “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” what “Taxi Driver” is to the sitcom “Taxi.”
@williambgoss Fair enough. But in a film full of disreputable behavior, why harp on THAT? It says more about the complainer than the film.
@williambgoss And does “by all accounts” include actually *watching* the movie, or just having someone tell you about it?
People Ranting About Things Without Having All the Facts Dept. RT @melsil Date Rape Gets Mainstream Film Release: http://bit.ly/3pnVpz
As further evidence that 1987 was one of the worst years in film history, this week’s edition of Eric’s Bad Movies at Film.com covers “The Garbage Pail Kids Movie,” an astonishingly misbegotten failure from August of that year. (True fact: It came out the same day as “Dirty Dancing.”) This is the sixth movie from 1987 to be addressed in 52 editions of Eric’s Bad Movies; only 1997, with seven entries, has been represented more often.
I was just the right age, 11 or 12, when the Garbage Pail Kids trading cards came along, and I LOVED them. All the kids did. (All the boys, anyway.) Our idle moments in school were spent looking at them and discussing them and trying to find the elusive cards that would complete our collections. Everyone was also eager to find a card featuring their own name, and I remember being disappointed when there was finally an Eric card and it was so lame: Eerie Eric, a werewolf boy. Not even a good pun or anything, just alliteration. Meh.
Eric’s Bad Movies at Film.com: “The Garbage Pail Kids Movie” (1987). http://tinyurl.com/cbgbkj