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Disaster Movie
We're running out of genres to spoof: This time it's disaster movies.

Film Review  September 5, 2008, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...They’re a plague on our cinematic landscape, a national shame, a danger to our culture, a typhoon-sized natural disaster disguised as a filmmaking team, a Hollywood monster wreaking havoc on the minds of America’s youth and setting civilization back thousands of years. This is exactly why they’re so successful: The brains behind such intellectual vacuums as Meet the Spartans, Epic Movie, and Date Movie and contributors on all four – four! – Scary Movies are just smart enough to take advantage of one of the great immutable truths about the American public: If you never stop assuming the worst about us, we’ll never stop giving you our money..."

Scary Movie Two
Before Scary Movie 2 is through, Chris Elliott dry-humps a turkey, David Cross fellates himself, and James Woods vomits projectilely and repeatedly. By the time it's over, you may find...
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Film Review  July 6, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Andy Richter, Natasha Lyonne, David Cross, Chris Elliott, Tori Spelling, Tim Curry, James Wood, Kathleen Robertson, Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans. Before Scary Movie 2 is through, Chris Elliott dry-humps a turkey, David Cross fellates himself, and James Woods vomits projectilely and repeatedly..."

The Peanuts Movie
Happiness is a warm animated cartoon called The Peanuts Movie
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Film Review  November 6, 2015, by Steve Davis
"...Happiness is a warm feature-length animated cartoon called The Peanuts Movie, a loving tribute to the beloved comic strip that graced the funny pages for half a century, continuing in reruns today. For those who faithfully read the syndicated strip each day (it ran in over 2,600 newspapers at its peak), the movie will comfort like a blue security blanket, bringing back wonderful memories of that lovable loser, Charlie Brown, and his gang, including Lucy, Linus, Sally, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, Woodstock, and (of course) Snoopy, the Walter Mitty of beagles..."

Bee Movie
Jerry Seinfeld delivers an agreeable though tame animated picture that more than does the trick but is unlikely to become a superbuzz movie.
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Film Review  November 2, 2007, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Smith. In his first major film venture and his largest-scale project since the conclusion of his watershed TV show in 1998, Seinfeld has made an animated movie that's only little more than "about nothing." Granted, his TV show remains such an indelible cultural landmark that no matter what Seinfeld chose to undertake as his next move, the comedian was always going to find himself in the position of being a tough act to follow..."

Epic Movie
The filmmakers are completely tone-deaf when it comes to the art of film parody, and their special form of sadism-as-punch-line leaves the audience in a perpetual cringe.

Film Review  February 2, 2007, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...Chambers, Crispin Glover, Carmen Electra, Fred Willard and David Carradine. What would you call a movie that traffics entirely in bathroom humor, low-grade sadism, puerile sexuality, tin-eared parody, and insignificant pop-culture references with a shelf life of approximately three weeks? Well, as of this past Monday, you can call it the No..."

Pokémon: The First Movie
There is a new definition of the term, “critic-proof movie,” and it goes by the name Pokémon: The First Movie. Depending on your perspective, the movie's subtitle can sound like...
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Film Review  November 12, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Kunihiko Yuyama and Michael Haigney. There is a new definition of the term, “critic-proof movie,” and it goes by the name Pokémon: The First Movie..."

The Rugrats Movie
The babies' first theatrical adventure is nonstop, but padded with lots of pop tunes.
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Film Review  November 27, 1998, by Hollis Chacona
"...Or maybe not. Despite a few funny moments, and some richly colored and fluid animation, The Rugrats Movie simply cannot sustain the frenetic charm and imagination of the shorter TV segments..."

The LEGO Batman Movie
The Dark Knight returns to Legoland
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Film Review  February 10, 2017, by Steve Davis
"...Everything is Batman in this boisterously entertaining cousin of the awesome The LEGO Movie, which snuck under the radar three years ago to become a cultural phenomenon. Channeling D.C..."

Steal This Movie!
If nothing else, Steal This Movie! provides an invaluable service in educating a new generation about the man, the myth, and the manic depression that was Abbie Hoffman. Unfortunately, that's...
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Film Review  September 22, 2000, by Kimberley Jones
"...Starring: Alan Van Sprang, Kevin Pollak, Donal Logue, Kevin Corrigan, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Janeane Garofalo and Vincent D'Onofrio. If nothing else, Steal This Movie! provides an invaluable service in educating a new generation about the man, the myth, and the manic depression that was Abbie Hoffman..."

Scary Movie
Keenan Ivory Wayans' broad spoof of the horror/comedy Scream series.

Film Review  July 7, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...There's always been some tiny glimmer of possibility that's kept me rooted in my seat, squirming like a fresh lepidopterist's specimen, yes, but seated nonetheless. Scary Movie, however, takes the proverbial cake and jams it down your throat with enough semen and fart jokes to gag a maggot..."

The Brady Bunch Movie
The Brady Bunch Movie is retro-Seventies overload: color it harvest gold and avocado green. It takes great delight in tormenting baby boomers in its celebration of shag haircuts, Sansabelt slacks,...
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Film Review  February 24, 1995, by Steve Davis
"...Starring: Gary Cole, Shelley Long, Michael McKean and Jean Smart. The Brady Bunch Movie is retro-Seventies overload: color it harvest gold and avocado green..."

The LEGO Movie
Let's face it: We're putty in these things' hands.
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Film Review  February 7, 2014, by Steve Davis
"...Let’s go out on a critical limb, shall we? The Lego Movie is the best thing to come along since that other toy-centric movie revolutionized animated films about 20 years ago. Smart and savvy, it takes the classic dilemma of every Lego owner – to follow the instructions or not to follow? – and constructs a wild-ride fantasy of colorful, interlocking plastic bricks only to deconstruct it in the most amazing way possible..."

POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold
Whether this is a real film or a priceless stunt, Morgan Spurlock has the goods on product placement.
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Film Review  April 22, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The line between filmmaker and stuntman has never been murkier for Morgan Spurlock, the documentarian who famously took on McDonald’s and the issue of public health in Super Size Me. In The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Spurlock investigates the economics of product placement in film and television by – surprise – turning his entire movie and his public persona into products that can be purchased by advertisers looking to cross-promote their wares with his..."

Best Worst Movie
Premiering in Austin, this documentary is about the purportedly "best worst movie" ever made, Troll 2, and its enthusiastic fans.
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Film Review  April 23, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...One of the breakout hits of South by Southwest Film Festival ’09, where it premiered, this documentary is just now emerging from the festival circuit and into a theatrical distribution run beginning with this Austin opening. The piece is a tribute to the 1992 film Troll 2 and its many fans, who have dubbed it the “best worst movie” ever made..."

Date Movie
What's left to spoof? Why, romance movies, of course.

Film Review  February 24, 2006, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Alyson Hannigan, Adam Campbell, Jennifer Coolidge, Tony Cox, Lil Jon, Fred Willard, Eddie Griffin and Carmen Electra. Boasting that your film features “two of the six writers of Scary Movie,” as this film’s marketing campaign does, is like bragging that you came in second in the annual Bulwer-Lytton Bad Fiction Contest..."

Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
Viewers who aren't familiar with this Japanese anime series (which is shown stateside on the Cartoon Network) will have little trouble jumping into the futuristic fray. This wild story about...
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Film Review  April 4, 2003, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Viewers who aren't familiar with this Japanese anime series (which is shown stateside on the Cartoon Network) will have little trouble jumping into the futuristic fray. This wild story about bounty hunters on Mars in the year 2071 is a mind-twisting ride, but so breathtaking is the movie's visual style and so entertaining its central characters that Cowboy Bebop: The Movie draws in newbies with practically the same ferocity as old-timers..."

Doug's First Movie
Doug Funnie is, in some respects, the Charlie Brown of the Nineties. Warmhearted, shy, and likable, he's frequently perplexed by the slings and arrows of adolescence, particularly when it comes...
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Film Review  March 26, 1999, by Steve Davis
"...True, there's no edge to Doug (his humor is corny, at best) but it's comforting and familiar. In Doug's 1st Movie, Doug and his gang get full-screen treatment, but with limited success..."

Tom and Jerry -- the Movie
You know when a movie bills Joe Barbera as its “Creative Consultant,” it is in big, big screen trouble. Hanna and Barbera are to Saturday mornings what Spelling and Goldberg...
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Film Review  August 6, 1993, by Hollis Chacona
"...Starring: Richard Kind, Dana Hill, Charlotte Rae, Tony Jay, Henry Gibson and Anndi Mcaffee. You know when a movie bills Joe Barbera as its “Creative Consultant,” it is in big, big screen trouble..."

Fantastic Fest: 24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters
Director Kevin Burke on one-sheets and screenprints
DAILY Screens  September 23, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...Kevin Burke remembers the print that led him to make 24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters. "It was There Will be Blood by Olly Moss..."

jackass the movie
Here's the deal: They don't call it jackass for nothing. jackass the movie is, as the title would suggest, the feature-length rendering of jackass the MTV show, meaning no plot,...
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Film Review  November 1, 2002, by Kimberley Jones
"...Here's the deal: They don't call it jackass for nothing. jackass the movie is, as the title would suggest, the feature-length rendering of jackass the MTV show, meaning no plot, no script, just wall-to-wall idiocy..."

Pokémon: The Movie
Gee, it seems like it was only last Thanksgiving that we had our last encounter with Pokémania of the cinematic kind. Now, eight months later we have the sequel, although...
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Film Review  July 21, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Only the patter of little Velcro-fastened shoes at the cineplexes will know for sure. In the meantime, we have only the movie, not the fad and its multiformatted artifacts, in our crosshairs..."

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
An animated adaptation of the beloved book series
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Film Review  June 9, 2017, by Steve Davis
"...It’s as if 8-year-olds (particularly boys) are genetically wired to find vaguely forbidden words like “butt” and “booger” and “fart” innately hilarious; they’re like Pavlov’s pups, tittering and giggling at the mere mention of certain bodily functions and parts without fail. The power of this vocabulary to elicit a smirky mirth in youngsters (and, sometimes, in their grownup versions) is sweetly celebrated in the genial animated feature Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, which is based on the popular series of children’s novels by author and illustrator Dav Pilkey..."

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
Edina and Patsy hit the big screen with mixed results
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Film Review  July 22, 2016, by Steve Davis
"...But in this 90-minute movie, which runs twice the length of one of the Ab Fab episodes airing stateside since the mid-Nineties, this deliciously bad behavior is diminished by a silly plot in which a cash-strapped Edina finagles to boost her floundering PR firm by signing Kate Moss as a client at a happening fashion magazine event. With her typical lack of physical and social grace, she accidentally knocks the supermodel into the Thames (who’s presumed drowned) and finally becomes the celebrity (the wrong kind, of course) she’s always aspired to be, fleeing with Patsy to the south of France to begin a new life..."

Zombie Girl: The Movie
This is a "making of" documentary about the 2005 filming of the zombie film Pathogen, made by then-12-year-old Austinite Emily Hagins.
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Film Review  January 15, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Ostensibly, we already know the story of this documentary and the trajectory it will take. Zombie Girl: The Movie records the experiences of Austin resident Emily Hagins who, in 2005 at the age of 12, made her first feature film, a zombie picture titled Pathogen..."

Superhero Movie
Superhero Movie is a tonally confused spoof, which, for once, doesn't go far enough comedically.
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Film Review  April 4, 2008, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Drake Bell, Leslie Nielsen, Sara Paxton, Christopher McDonald, Marion Ross, Kevin Hart, Brent Spiner and Jeffrey Tambor. Superhero Movie brings to mind a lot of questions..."

Scary Movie 4
What's new in this fourth edition of the popular-culture spoof machine? Well, Shaquille O'Neal and Dr. Phil, for starters.

Film Review  April 21, 2006, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Anna Faris, Regina Hall, Craig Bierko, Simon Rex, Anthony Anderson, Leslie Nielsen and Cloris Leachman. Witnessing the malingering demise of a franchise can be an unnerving experience, but Scary Movie 4 is hardly scary, or, despite its premise, very humorous..."

The Book of Mormon Movie, Volume 1: The Journey
The leaden acting, tablecloth wardrobe, and Sixties-era Star Trek set design are more likely to leave nonbelievers stupefied than awestruck.

Film Review  March 12, 2004, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Noah Danby, Mark Gollaher, Michael Flynn, Cragun Foulger, Jacque Gray, Bryce Chamberlain and Jan Broberg Felt. Where’s Steve Reeves when we really need him? Even in his present condition, the former Hercules could emote up a storm compared to The Book of Mormon Movie’s Noah Danby, who plays straight-shootin’ Mormon icon Nephi with all the finesse of a golem..."

Scary Movie 3
Third outing is 90% chaff, 10% wit, and pure Children of the Corny.
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Film Review  October 31, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Enough already. This third and, it is to be fervently hoped, last in the less-than-venerable horror-movie parody series fires the gags in such a bewildering fusillade of anything-for-a-laugh cheap shots that it's bound to leave viewers over the age of 15 with a headache 20 minutes in..."

Piglet's Big Movie
Disney’s timing in releasing Piglet’s Big Movie last Friday could not have been more serendipitous had it been National Hug a Pig for Peace Week. At the end of what...
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Film Review  March 28, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Francis Glebas. Disney’s timing in releasing Piglet’s Big Movie last Friday could not have been more serendipitous had it been National Hug a Pig for Peace Week..."

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie
Being a parent of a four-year-old boy, I am all too familiar with the Power Rangers, and with all of the regular cast of the TV series on board, plus...
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Film Review  March 28, 1997, by Nick Barbaro
"...Special effects? Head for the fireworks stand.), what you might expect is what you get. For me, that low-tech, Fifties, camp charm wore a mite thin by the second half-hour, but then, I'm not the target audience, am I? The aforementioned four-year-old, on the other hand, is broadly proclaiming it the best movie he's ever seen in his life: “I love this movie..."

Omaha (The Movie)
This is an expanded reprint of the Austin Chronicle review that ran in March 1995 when the film premiered in Austin at that year's SXSW Film Festival. ///// “Nebraska is...
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Film Review  April 12, 1996, by Alison Macor
"...This is an expanded reprint of the Austin Chronicle review that ran in March 1995 when the film premiered in Austin at that year's SXSW Film Festival. ///// “Nebraska is a lot more than Aksarben spelled backwards,” intones its governor in one of the many guest spots in Dan Mirvish's first feature Omaha (the movie)..."

Dear Glutton: Movie Snacks
What food is acceptable to eat in a movie theatre?
Food Column  August 3, 2017, by Emily Beyda
"...My friend and I are hoping you can help solve our longstanding argument about which snacks are acceptable to eat at the movies. I say you could stick to items that are similar to those sold in the concession stand, snack foods and candy only..."

Shaun the Sheep Movie
The latest from Aardman Animations is one baaaaaadass movie
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Film Review  August 7, 2015, by Steve Davis
"...The stop-motion animation may be retro and the storyline sentimental, but it’s those quaint throwback qualities that make Shaun the Sheep Movie one baaaaaadass movie. Uncompromising in its simplicity, the film refuses to follow the flock of flicks that cater to a generation owning smartphones and swallowing Ritalin before entering kindergarten..."

Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
This cult comedy duo from TV demonstrate with this feature-length film that more, quite frequently, equals less.
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Film Review  March 2, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Viewers approaching Tim and Eric’s comedy for the first time will probably be baffled by their popularity and success. Their Billion Dollar Movie will not win new converts, and their stretched-out routines demonstrate the old saw about less sometimes being more...."

The Simpsons Movie
The film delivers familiar hilarity and some treats you’ll never get on the show (nudity and drunkenness) but steers shy of anything bold and new.
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Film Review  August 3, 2007, by Toddy Burton
"...We love the Simpsons because they’re crass, ridiculous, and brilliant. And after years upon years of rumors, The Simpsons Movie finally has arrived..."

Pooh's Heffalump Movie
It’s not big and bright and busy and boffo, but it's a perfectly marvelous matinee option for young children. It’s a sweet little story, from a kid’s-eye view, about the anguish of being too little to do stuff.
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Film Review  February 18, 2005, by Marrit Ingman
"...Directed by: Frank Nissen. We debated whether to bring our almost 3-year-old to this traditionally animated Disney featurette – it’s so wispy and slight, it’s hardly a movie, and was originally intended as a straight-to-video release..."

Clifford's Really Big Movie
The big red animated dog runs away and joins the circus.
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Film Review  February 27, 2004, by Steve Davis
"...Directed by: Robert Ramirez. In my day, the outsized creatures that roamed the movies were irradiated tarantulas and grasshoppers terrorizing the populace with their craven bloodlust, byproducts of a natural order gone amok in the nuclear age..."

Not Another Teen Movie
Hard on the heels of the teen-movie craze of 1999 arrives this tin-eared and often mean-spirited parody, which unites smart-alecky genre references with gross gags. Of the tag team of...

Film Review  December 14, 2001, by Marrit Ingman
"...Starring: Randy Quaid, Lacey Chabert, Samm Levine, Cody Mcmains, Ron Lester, Eric Jungmann, Deon Richmond, Eric Christian Olsen, Mia Kirshner, Jaime Pressly, Chris Evans and Chyler Leigh. Hard on the heels of the teen-movie craze of 1999 arrives this tin-eared and often mean-spirited parody, which unites smart-alecky genre references with gross gags..."

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
With absolutely as little time devoted to character or plot development as possible, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie may not be Battleship Potemkin, but it does deliver the cheesy...
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Film Review  June 30, 1995, by Joey O'Bryan
"...Starring: Jason David Frank, Amy Jo Johnson, David Yost, Steve Cardenas, Johnny Yong Bosch, Karan Ashley and Paul Freeman. With absolutely as little time devoted to character or plot development as possible, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie may not be Battleship Potemkin, but it does deliver the cheesy sci-fi goods for fans of the colorful television show, even if it's not likely to win any new converts..."

The Fluffy Movie
Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias performs in this comedy concert film.
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Film Review  August 1, 2014, by Louis Black
"...The Fluffy Movie is mostly a comedy performance film, although it has a narrative introduction in flashback that shows the meeting of Gabriel Iglesias' parents, as well as his birth and childhood. Interestingly, part of this flashback framing device (shot by Jay Lavender) has the very young Iglesias fooling his mom into allowing him to rent Eddie Murphy’s Raw..."

DVD Watch: 'Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie'
The TV show that spoofed cinema, then became a movie, comes home
DAILY Screens  September 3, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...If science and civilization has proven one thing, it's that people shouldn't talk during films. Especially if they're talking over people who are actually being paid to talk over movies..."

Make a Movie Wish
The Drafthouse flies in twin filmmakers from the Gaza Strip
DAILY Screens  October 24, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...Tarzan and Arab, twin brothers from the Gaza Strip, aren't new to films. They're major movie buffs and aspiring filmmakers themselves, but they've never experienced the particular magic of watching a movie in a theatre..."

The Powerpuff Girls Movie
I defy viewers to exit theatres post-Puffery without silly grins on their faces and the urge to save the world in their hearts. The big-screen adaptation of the Cartoon Network's...
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Film Review  July 12, 2002, by Marc Savlov
"...The big-screen adaptation of the Cartoon Network's flagship show -- featuring the adventures of a trio of pint-sized superheroines Blossom (Cavadini), Bubbles (Strong), and Buttercup (Daily), who have Charlie Brown heads and anime eyes -- is smart, sassy, silly fun, a pop-culture smorgasbord filtered through the lens of Fifties kitsch and set to a hipster beat that makes you want snap your fingers and beat up on the bad guys at the same time. Sugary light, The Powerpuff Girls movie takes the original show's winning grrrl power formula and tweaks it just enough to carry it to feature length..."

The Emoji Movie
What a time to be alive (in a smartphone)

Film Review  August 4, 2017, by Danielle White
"...The voice of this generation can be summed up in one lousy little nonword: “meh.” It can be defined as “That doesn’t impress me,” or more to the point, “I don’t care.” Which is precisely how one might feel after seeing The Emoji Movie. Yes, it’s true that at some point, just about everybody became strangely obsessed with their smartphones..."

Movie 43
This raunchy collection of short films drew A-list talent behind and in front of the camera.
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Film Review  February 1, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...Movie 43, an omnibus of lazily connected comedy shorts, does not begin with its best foot forward. It does, however, lead below the belt, with Hugh Jackman playing a nice guy unfortunately saddled with a ball sac for an Adam’s apple..."

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters
Absurdist non sequiturs and deadpan pauses emanate from an animated milkshake, a box of french fries, and a ball of ground beef.
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Film Review  April 13, 2007, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...Directed by: Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis. Count it as one of the great Hollywood mysteries – right up there with the death of Natalie Wood and the career of Vin Diesel – that we’ve had to wait this long for a movie starring a talking milkshake, a floating box of french fries, and a ball of ground beef..."

Supercross: The Movie
Two brothers overcome emotional and physical obstacles to achieve success in the competitive world of supercross racing.

Film Review  August 26, 2005, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Steve Howey, Mike Vogel, Cameron Richardson, Sophia Bush, Aaron Carter, Channing Tatum, Robert Patrick and Robert Carradine. Part advertisement for Clear Channel’s Supercross broadcasts and part hellish miscalculation on the part of the producers, Supercross: The Movie fails to kick start anything other than the urge to giggle..."

A Goofy Movie
Saturday morning, popcorn, forbidden soda, and a theatre only partially filled with squirming kids -- I'm here for my son. Even as a child, I hated Goofy, the character. In...
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Film Review  April 7, 1995, by Louis Black
"...We wanted the audience to see his feelings instead of just his antics.” He's talking about Goofy, Mickey Mouse's pal. The movie appears to have forgotten that; instead, it is an adolescent angst drama about his son Max's ambivalent feelings about having Goofy as a dad..."

My Little Pony: The Movie
A rainbow-hued acid trip for 8-year-olds
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Film Review  October 6, 2017, by Steve Davis
"...The pastel prancers in My Little Pony: The Movie strut like 10-year-old schoolgirls, their blow-dried manes and hind-quarter appliques signifying an old-school femininity at quaint odds with other animated grrrl-power heroines today. Unless you’re already a pegasister or a brony, these fillies are an acquired taste..."

My Scientology Movie
Another doc on L. Ron Hubbard's cash cow
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Film Review  March 31, 2017, by Marc Savlov
"...No dice. Instead, Theroux decides to cast and shoot his own “Scientology movie,” literally, right down to casting a faux Tom Cruise and one young acting hopeful as David Miscavige, the acting head of Scientology since the death of founder and schlock sci-fi author L..."

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