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Bedknobs And Broomsticks (1971) Howl

At the age of nine my gay aunt took me to see this film. It was my first time in an American Movie Theater. Of course mother took me to the theater but it had to be in Spanish and include softcore porn, party music and/or sadistic violence. I saw that shit everyday. I wanted magic.

A witch that needs one last spell to obliterate the Nazis. Awesome education for kids. Show them who the enemy is. Angela Lansbury weaved spells and lulled me soundly to sleep. Charming no-nonsense woman. The spells were clever, the effects maintained the innocence of the time and the magic was reestablished. The writers concocted fairytales from the jumble in kids' heads and made sense of them. The music, the production, the fun and great sportsmanship kept the gift alive. Thank you, Auntie. 08-Feb-2021

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Action, Action Fun, Action Stomper, Adorable, Chemistry, Classic, Comedy, Crapfun, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fantasy, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Music Swings, Physical Humor, Political Satire, Suspense, Sweet, Tough, Twisty, War, Weird, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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08-Feb-2021


First Wives Club, The (1996) Arf

A feminist excuse to avenge a man for wanting tighter lips. Great actress charm deduced to a stigma. If feminism was all about cutting daddy's dick why all the fuss to get their children married? More witnesses? What the fuck is the difference between a regular lesbian and a big one? More tongue? 02-Jan-2021

Tags: 1990s, Camp, Chemistry, Crapfun, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fatigue, Funny, Gay Swatch, Lesbian, Mean Spirited, Music Swings, Political Satire, Relationships, Shrill Act, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, Weird, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke

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02-Jan-2021


We Can Be Heroes (2020) Bites

It's a kid's film. There are kids in it. It looks like candy. It's stupid. You mean brilliant stupid? No I mean silly stupid. 29-Dec-2020

Tags: 2020s, Accidental Watch, Action, Art Devoid, Baby Wrecks, Bad Acting, Bad Chemistry, Brutal, By the Numbers, Camp, Coincidence Laden, Comedy, Conspiracy Theory, Corn, Daddy Squish, Dialogue Lament, Director Insanity, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fatigue, Grating, Over the Top, Political Satire, Preposterous, Revenge, Sad Effects, SciFi, Shrill Act, Silly, Timid, Unenthusiastic, Weird, Writ w/Possibilities

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29-Dec-2020


Space Station 76 (2014) Woof

I watched expecting to find any reason to turn it off. It didn't feel like comedy but the players were so adamant on cultivating their characters that it gets downplayed as a natural part of life. They live in space, sometimes alone and sometimes with family. Some have seen earth, others have not.

Highlights of the future:

We still have to roll it, light it and smoke it ourselves

The robots seem like leftovers from the NINTENDO R.O.B. collection

The future has picked the 60s as their futuristic style

The tech must have been collected from PeeWee's Playhouse

It's clean

There is only one child in the colony and it plagues her with panic. Her mother wants to deny her joy. Her pets keep dying because mommy hamsters have a tendency to bite their babies' heads off. Is it because she feels they don't have the skills to survive? That's how mommy explained it. Liv Tyler is the newbie getting accustomed to living with strangers and doing her best not to let anyone down. Her boss (Patrick Wilson) is hyper, mentally unravelled and suicidal because he can't stop jerking off to the Grinch. That was funny. Matt Bomer is married to lonely child's mother. She loathes the newbie because she has gained her daughter's affection and she likes her man. Bomer does a "pretty" acceptable job of being man trash.

A story about space that has nothing to do with nerdy technical explanations. I liked that. 13-Dec-2020

Tags: 2010s, Accidental Watch, Camp, Chemistry, Comedy, Comic Book, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director Experiment, Director's Slice, Funny, Gay, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Good Idea, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Political Satire, Relationships, SciFi, Sentimental, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Vague, Weird, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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13-Dec-2020


Beneath Us (2019) Arf

Thrifty white suburbanites hire cute daddy Mexicans to complete house renovations. The offer of money is the fundamental key to keep the men in line and violence is the action that keeps them on the job. Cruelty compensates for a lack of psychological study but the message is loud and clear. Don't work for white people. 06-Nov-2020

Tags: 2010s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Drama, Good Acting, Horror, Hot Swatch, Mean Spirited, Mystery, Over the Top, Political Satire, Revenge, Scary, Suspense, Thriller, Violent, Words Spoke

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06-Nov-2020


Children Of The Damned (1964) Arf

Only 6 of the damned children remain. They are diverse from different countries and brought together as gifted anomalies. The union creates a force amongst the children and the question of their humanity is evoked by anyone with a thought. The little buggers have a message. They kill because we kill. Man's interference with earth is not a save but a control. The kids exist to create balance. The adorable, horrible, little blonde wigs were missed but not needed. (I was curious to see how the minority children looked in them.) I'm sure they made the right decision. The mothers are ferociously hateful to them for making them live in an inescapable cold world. The fathers don't exist. The film expands and is its own thing but the explanation for the mythology bummed me out. 06-Oct-2020

Tags: 1960s, Action Fun, Cold, Conspiracy Theory, Crapfun, Creepy, Cultural, Drama, Fatigue, Funny, Sort of, Good Idea, Indecipherable, Mean Spirited, Music Swings, Political Satire, SciFi, Suspense, Tough, Words Spoke

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06-Oct-2020


Little Girl That Lives Down The Lane, The (1976) Woof

Girl home alone. Dying dad bestows his daughter home security and life skills that would allow her to survive until adulthood. Alexis Smith plays the ultimate Karen whose landlady suspicions arise at a most inconvenient time and whose spats with Miss Jodie are powerhouse. (The slap was everything.) Martin Sheen was so realistically slimy as a predator that I had to imagine it was his spawn's "Charlie character" from Two & Half Men. When you acquire power from self reliance, self love and luck, only the broken and the animals will be able to understand you. Miss Jodie doesn't quiver, exudes superior knowledge, bitches like an equal and demands the respect of a girl who wants to live in the house that daddy paid for. 04-Oct-2020

Tags: 1970s, Baby Wrecks, Brutal, Creepy, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Gay Swatch, Great Acting, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Political Satire, Rapey, Relationships, Sentimental, Suspense, Touching, Twisty, Violent, Weird, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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04-Oct-2020


Hunt, The (2020) Woof

Liberal climate changers go on a bloody hunt for hillbilly bloggers. The politics are appalling, the cameos are uplifting and the action is hilariously glorious. Betty Gilpin is the wrong southern bitch to mess with. The actress maintains her anger, her snit and her kickassery. The villain kicks it with the same ferocity for the ultimate fight.

(The hair replacements were termination worthy.) 26-Sep-2020

Tags: 2020s, Action, Action Fun, Action Stomper, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Director's Touch, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Good Acting, Gory, Inspired, Music Swings, Over the Top, Political Satire, Porn Violence, Revenge, Scary, Star Watt, Stink Wigs, Stupid Funny, Tacky, Thriller, Twisty, Violent, Weird, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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26-Sep-2020


Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (1967) Howl

White liberal tolerance is tested when daughter brings a black man home to marry. Sidney Poitier represented the culture as a man in love with a soul of a different pigmentation that he deserved to engage with. His idea for racial harmony and hopefully acceptance, was to lay the weight and fate of the marriage on white daddy's heart. The script was respectful and contemplative, hitting points from the heart and establishing strong voices for each character. Isabel Sanford hooted as the maid who has lost control of her household and the family she wove herself into. Katherine Hepburn's use of props and legend added quotes to her character, Spencer Tracy's suffering was real, Sidney Poitier had enigmatic charisma with everybody, Dorothy Houghton was a familial delicacy, Beah Richards was luminous and Roy Glenn was growling. It's greatest case isn't about racism but a parent's fear that their child is not choosing the safest life. My favorite speech is Poitier talking to his dad about who owes who. The father who demands payment and racial solidarity for the sacrifices of rearing him or the son who wants release for a choice he didn't make? The father may limit himself by being all about black but the son just wants to be a man. 26-Sep-2020

Tags: 1960s, Chemistry, Classic, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Elegance, Enthusiastic, Funny, Great Acting, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Political Satire, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Sweet, Touching, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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26-Sep-2020


1BR (2020) Arf

Conversion therapy for bubble-raised souls. The neighbors smile when you don't and hammer shit in you, when you won't. If you don't belong, they break you til you do. I wanted to scream for the protagonist but HOA/Social Media bills were past due. The first pumped me up, the last deflated me a bit but the whole was encouraging. 23-Aug-2020

Tags: 2020s, Accidental Watch, Brutal, Chemistry, Conspiracy Theory, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Funny, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Political Satire, Relationships, Revenge, Scary, Star Watt, Subtle, Suspense, Thriller, Weird, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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23-Aug-2020


Lifelike (2019) Arf

No budget for a decent stage play less a good film but it has substantial ideas for us to ponder. Wifey woke awakens to sudden glam because daddy could do better inherited it. She is not comfortable commanding staff, feels it is beneath the help's heritage and fires them. (It's a mansion.) After an unreasonable time of daddy doing all the hard work he schemes to get her a robot. (Gay holler at the male choice.) The film does not succeed in creating the perfect robot but it creates the illusion of the perfect being. The explanation for maintaining robot/human boundaries is to not reach hoover or vibrator status or worse, love. The daddies whipped strenuous body muscle, the threesome was a two sided tango, the twist was great and it deserves off-off broadway respect. A tighter story and better effects would a Hollywood blockbuster make. 17-Aug-2020

Tags: 2010s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Crapfun, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Gay Swatch, Good Idea, Hot Swatch, Mystery, Political Satire, Relationships, SciFi, Sexy, Silly, Suspense, Tacky, Timid, Twisty, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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17-Aug-2020


John Wick 3 (2019) Woof

Even after siphoning pleasure from the first two I was hesitant to invest in a third. I expected more ugly pup murder vengeance but it was one of the best video games I ever played. Angelica Huston was unrecognizable but still biting. Halle Berry finally delivered dog munching kickass. The horses, the cycles, the players, the stunts, the work. It was exhilarating. It's creation negates all improbability. Daddy cool K represents our aggressions and their release. Flush. 17-Aug-2020

Tags: 2010s, Action, Action Fun, Action Stomper, Big, Brutal, Camp, Chemistry, Comic Book, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Elegance, Enthusiastic, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Kool Effects, Mean Spirited, Music Swings, Over the Top, Political Satire, Preposterous, Revenge, Star Watt, Suspense, Thriller, Tough, Twisty, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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17-Aug-2020


We Summon The Darkness (2019) Arf

The word of Jesus inspires a cult to enact punishment to sinners. The dialogue flows, the cast creates perfect doubt but its obsession of not fucking with new privilege brings no satisfaction to what should have been a riveting revenge movie. We are not allowed to enforce punishment on them or tear them to pieces because it's not politically just. Even if it tries to kill you, only a non sufferer of the same power source can claim payback. The all empowered couldn't take it? Fuck that. It was the victim's job to pummel that ****. Fail. 15-Aug-2020

Tags: 2010s, Chemistry, Cultish, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Political Satire, Preposterous, Suspense, Thriller, Vague, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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15-Aug-2020


Take Her, She's Mine (1963) Arf

A child belongs to a parent for a little bit.

Daddy awakens to his daughter's "dishiness." Daughter has developed into virgin teen spirit bait. Sandra Dee tranquilizes, applying liberation, sexual frustration and obligation. She's the future princess men built castles for.

Daddy goes commando when she moves to college. Stating in a letter about feeling the fanny flutters and wanting to lose her virginity, daddy flies to her on demand, insinuates her roomies are "wetbedders" because they work late, upholds his politics, acquaints with international sex workers, runs naked and suffers from morality checks. He ignores his job, his wife and that other child. He was never a pervert...because he was Jimmy "fuckin'" Stewart.

Mr. Stewart opens his mind to new thinking and growing with the politics of sexual freedom, free speech and protest. When the camera and his technique meet, they click.

College is where politics are worn and sex explodes. The environment consisted of an army of wolves scratching and starving to eat some Red Riding Hood.

Audrey Meadows. She was so underutilized that I imagined her doing naughty things like fucking his best friend or renting other daughter out.

The music and esp. the songs, delighted with universal sounds. It borrowed from other cultures and uniquely respected them. I knew the songs and sang along because I was taught them at school. It helped me learn about a culture that I had yet to meet. It soothes the greeting.

Stewart dons the big guns for final agitation but silly chaos dilutes him. Can he stop a man from putting his daughter's flame out or return to the wife and that other sparkly one? Only another man can answer that. 30-Jul-2020

Tags: 1960s, Accidental Watch, Camp, Chemistry, Comedy, Cute, Daddy Squish, Drama, Elegance, Fatigue, Funny, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Political Satire, Preposterous, Relationships, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, Tedium, Timid, Words Spoke

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30-Jul-2020


Once You Kiss A Stranger (1969) Woof

Strangers on a Train stop at Fatal Attraction. Carol Lynley is a Peter Pan wet dream that never relents. She scares children with harpoon guns, she brawls with pet cats and she threatens old people with off-color gossip, death fascinations and frequent visits. Her mental health is homicidal. Ms. Lynley unbinds from daddy adoration and shakes her personal hate towards everyone. The daddies have expiration dates and are being coerced into reclaiming #1 status or lose thoughts of ever having a "good time,"again. Once an unknown pixie enters a married man's hotel room with her nightie on, he's fucked. The tribute is soaped up and spread out, the stunts are hilarious and the actors don't lose a beat. It stings and entertains, like mexican candy. 29-Jul-2020

Tags: 1960s, Accidental Watch, Camp, Chemistry, Crapfun, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Magnetism, Mystery, Over the Top, Political Satire, Preposterous, Rapey, Relationships, Remake, Silly, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, Too Long, Twisty, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke

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28-Jul-2020




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