good or bad experience? or perhaps the sort of experience that is neither but will sit in your thoughts for the next few days?
I’m not entirely sure… the creature design was awesome(!!!), and some of the locations were pretty neat, but there was something really off about the cinematography and scripting…
Filo’s gonna be sitting in my thoughts for a long time though. Or stumbling around in them. Interjecting into every thought I have, then accidentally knocking himself out with a slingshot. I will never understand how he survived the whole movie.
I like talk/variety shows that are slightly unusual, but their description makes them sound like any other show, so celebrity guests go on without having seen it before and end up with a form of unexpected culture shock
i want to create a tv show about a group of friends where they’re all queer except the one token cishet friend who’s only there to say stereotypical “straight” things for laughs like “macklemore got me into rap” and “my mom and i got into a fight because she wouldn’t buy me a fourth obey snapback”
everyones obsessed w the bee movie but how come none of you talk about my FAVOURITE monstrosity
this movie had a budget of 40 million dollars
took ten years to make
and flopped harder than anything you’ve ever seen
Delgo is notable for producing, at the time, the worst opening ever for a film playing in over 2,000 theaters, earning $511,920 at 2,160 sites. According to Yahoo! Movies, this averages to approximately 2 viewers per screening.
lenny the wonder dog? that sounds amazing! but yeah I really like Saving Grace! 10/10 would recommend
it’s a low budget kids’ movie and it’s pretty obvious that no one really cared about what they were doing, so it’s amusingly terrible. he decided to be a part of it because he was getting over a divorce at the time and wanted to do something silly.
The poster for Saving Grace makes it look like a romantic comedy but there’s just something about that tag line…