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    The Tuxedo (2002)

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    Episode 161.5 - Minisode 161.5

    No! Good God no, just meant I miss watching him in movies or television. I do not want to be the origin of a fake news death story.
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    Episode 161.5 - Minisode 161.5

    THIS MOVIE IS INSANE. It's operating on so many different levels of intelligence all at once. It also has so many competing plot points. I'm watching it right now and all I can say is I miss Jon Lovitz.
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    Episode 149.5 - Minisode 149.5

    I have never watched Grease, so Grease 2 will be a trip. I also dislike musicals because they defy logic. There's no way around it. Spoken dialogue, dramatic conflict, and suddenly everyone in that world knows dance choreography and lyrics to a song concerning a matter they weren't privy to moments earlier. It's like "The Apple" hour long exercise session. But without the minute long warning. And more frequent. Better description, it's like "The Apple" exercise session had a baby with P90x, that baby grew up, and graduated with a degree in English Literature from a very intense liberal arts college.
  5. In the picture there's the caption Lifetime Achievement Award. This should be a category. The one to cap it all off. The HDTGM Nicholas Cage Lifetime Achievement Award - and like the Oscars, a super cut is required. Also, apologies if this is already listed as a category. Clearly, I didn't read everything. Life of an ignoramus.
  6. Best 2nd Opinion: The Phantom - Mr. Dudley Do Right and Fight Crime Jack Frost - Orphan Jack Frost - Daddy Issues Lake Placid - Dorothy Munos, Remake with Betty White Hercules in NY - Aggressive Retelling Report TMNT 2 - Double However Vanilla Ice Carries Nonsense
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    The Tuxedo (2002)

    Precisely why it needs to be assessed. 2017 is around the corner, will we see the resurgence of Schwarzenegger? Will metallic spandex leotards come into fashion? Sometimes a masterpiece needs to be questioned.
  8. Unbelievable, but Paul Michael Glaser, director of the beloved "Kazaam" also directed "The Running Man." Amazingly, this takes place only a year from now (depending on what video cover you read). That being said, my 4 recommendations. Yeah, I put down 4. DEAL: 1. The Running Man (1987) 2. The Tuxedo (2002, not enough Jackie Chan) 3. The Christmas Toy (1986, a horrifying muppet version of Toy Story) 4. Simon Sez (1999)