This morning I was walking past our living room and something on the TV caught my attention. I saw some dude with a pink hat that covered his whole face. I said, “What’s that, Fat Albert?”. Well, sure enough, Fat Albert is coming to the BIG screen.
You can watch the trailer here.
We finally got around to watching it this past week. What a blast. I would even have to say it was one of the best sequels ever made. Too many times sequels try to re-do all the same gags from the original. This movie had a completely new and original story with lots of new, great laughs. Quality animantion, the hairball scene was remarkably realistic.
This movie flat out sucks. I’m not sure why any writer would think that dropping an F-bomb every other word would make for a good movie. The dialog gets very old within the first five minutes, but keeps going and going. Good thing it only cost $0.99 to rent.
Boy, I was hyped about this movie. I love Farley Brother movies, but ultimately I was let down. The scenes that looked really funny in previews, were really not that funny. The movie has a good story line but I think it fell short on telling it.
It’s no Dumb & Dumber, which for me, is an all time classic movie.
All I want to know is; Was this movie an action movie, or was it suppose to be a comedy? I’m still wondering. I will also say that my wife liked it more than I did.
The only reason I gave it anything is because I did watch it all the way through. (And I don’t have a graphic for anything less than one star). That will change soon!
This really turned out to be a pretty funny movie. The scenes where he’s learning to ride a bike had us rolling. However the best part of the movies is probably the end credits with the ‘we are the world’ spoof using all the now old child actors from real shows. I can’t believe Marsha Brady dropped an F-Bomb!
The movie starts off a little rough. I didn’t think I was going to like it all. The story of the movie is weak. However if you grew up on Saturday morning cartoons, this movie will bring back a lot of memories. So I ened up enjoying the movie for just that reason. Plus the animation/live action sequences are pretty darn amazing.
I’m sure by now, everyone has seen Blockbusters latest advertising campaign. Stating ‘pay as you go’ starting at $2.99 a night and $1.00 each night after. They make it sound like the best deal ever.
Well, I got news for you, that isnï¿½t a deal. We have a video store in our town, and I’m fairly certain they are a national chain, that rents all video’s and DVD’s, including new releases for .99ï¿½ for 5 days. And you know what? They’re always busy, they’re even busier now that blockbusters is trying to rip everyone off.
Ok, rant mode: off.