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Captain Earth, he's our hero, gonna explain the plot slightly more than zero!
With good and bad points exemplified, he is fighting on the planet's side!
And no, there isn't any cheesy 90's environmentalism. Ah well....
Our short film Rick Jackson's Hollywood is now available below. An amateur filmmaker tries to convince a greedy Hollywood producer to help him make a cheesy movie about a murderous computer virus, a chain smoker hitman, and very bad people. Set in the Con City Universe, the home of nerds, vigilantes, and psychopaths. Enjoy!
Some Jerk, PT, and Paul discuss another Japanese movie that hates women for some reason, why tapeworms are a poor diet aide, and how nudity isn't sexy if it’s in an outhouse.
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As i am slowing reaching the definitive age point of 16, it makes me realize something...i don't have much longer. You must be thinking, "Wow, what a negative asshole.". True. But, what i mean is this...i love movies. I always have. People often have to think about what they want to be when they turn into an adult. Not me. I've always known. When you were in 1st or 2nd grade, the teachers would always ask you, "What do you want to be when you grow up?". Kids always say the same cliche things and choices; Astronaut, Police officer, firefighter, professional porn star (i hope i dont meet that kid again.), etc. But i always said "director." But back to the starting point, what do i mean by i dont have much left? In my young age, this just might be my naivetivity(fuck you, i dont care if thats not a word.) by there is noooo way in will be able to see all these movies that are CLASSICS! Here is a list of classic movies i havent finished or watched at all: sound of music, mary poppins, to kill a mockingbird, braveheart, caddyshack, tootsie, american grafitti, the matrix, apocalypse now, gone with the wind, the big lebowski, once upon a time in the west, close encounters of the third kind, gone with the wind!, my left foot, wall street, jfk, platoon, some like it hot, north by northwest, rope, and gone with the fuckin wind! I mean JEEZ! thats a lot of movies! The first film i ever saw was apparently the tiger movie (oh shut up, i was 2!). The last film i saw in theatres was saving mr. banks, and the most recent film ive seen was the graduate. but why are we soo constanly persuaded to see these films? out of these 20 films, only half won an oscar (correct me if im wrong) so idk. wait...do we need to see these films?!?! yeah...we dont! ive seen the godfather, citizen kane, laurence of arabia, fight club, pulp fiction, one flew over the cuckoos nest, west side story, and the wizard of oz, and the south park movie! fuck platoon! fuck wall street! fuck the matrix! and fuck gone with the motherfuckin wind!!!!! fuck all you critics, i watch what i want! ill remeber the films i saw, and forget the films i dont! i dont need to see the matrix or gone with the wind to become an acclaimed or great director!(although it might help.) and i dont need to sound of music or mary poppins to make a good musical! (wait..) and i dont need to see apocalypse now or platoon to make a great war movie!, ive seen inglourious basterds and full metal jacket1(huh..).......goddamnit. well...i gotta go...im gonna go spend the next five hours watching gone with the wind...shit.
this was satire.
After so subtly alluding to it in his time travel tutorial, Mister Jake finally takes the time to discuss Timecop, the Jean-Claude Van Damme epic from 1994 about time travel police. Starring Ron Silver as a misunderstood revolutionary who tries to change the world by going back in time and killing a bunch of people in order to get rich and become US President. In other words, a true role model... according to Mister Jake. Enjoy!
Legendary director John Ford directing the equally legendary actor
Edward G. Robinson in a gangster comedy...if you know who either of
these people are, that's gotta get your attention. It certainly did
mine. Throw in Robinson in an excellent dual role as both a timid
accountant and the ruthless gangster he resembles, and you'd think you'd
have comedy gold on your hands. However, while The Whole Town's Talking isn't a bad movie, the end results are painfully underwhelming, especially if you're expecting lots of laughs from this movie.
Edward G. Robinson plays Arthur Ferguson Jones, a timid clerk at an advertising firm who harbors a secret crush on an attractive co-worker (Jean Arthur). Robinson also plays a ruthless gangster, "Killer" Mannion, and the comedic aspect of the film comes from Jones being mistaken for Mannion - and Mannion's attempts to take advantage of this.
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