Category Archives: goblet of fire
King Kong (2005)
Peter Jackson has made a film about the movies with a love and respect for not only the movies but one in particular, the one he’s remaking, which is rare in Hollywood these last few decades. It’s an understatement to say I loved this film, the best I’ve seen in years. Peter Jackson’s Kong is as near to perfect as it gets.
Soup to Nuts (1930)
A great peek at the Three Stooges before they were on their own. In this film, before getting contracts of their own with Columbia Pictures, they were the underling sidekicks of supposed funnyman Ted Healy. The stooges are the only shining moment in this unfortunately Rube Goldberg-penned dreck. No wonder today most folks will say “Ted who?”
Despite Kevin Smith’s sideline involvement in this, this appropriately titled crap is unwatchable. It tries very hard to be artsy in an insultingly Richard Linklater-type vibe but fails miserably. Clown rape is not funny, no matter how it’s portrayed.