Final Verdict: 17:32
It seemed like we were on a pretty good roll. We had The Martian, we had Hidden Figures, we had Arrival and Tomorrowland, we had Gravity and Big Hero 6… I’m sure I’m forgetting a few. The point is that we’ve been seeing all these many and varied films made in the past few years to inspire a love of science. These were movies all about humanity as a whole coming together across all sociopolitical differences to solve problems and advance our understanding of the cosmos.
Then came the unfortunate critical and commercial tanking of The Space Between Us, and I started to worry. Especially when it would be so soon followed by this picture. Read more
Back when “Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers” first aired, I was hooked on every episode. I begged my parents for the toys. I beat the Game Gear movie tie-in. I didn’t just own the coloring books — I literally used them to wallpaper my room. I’d be embarrassed, but I was a grade school boy in the ’90s. At that age and that time, it probably would’ve been more embarrassing NOT to be a fan.
I was never surprised or upset to hear that Hollywood had finally gotten around to strip-mining such a core part of my childhood. It had to be my turn sooner or later, after all. But I did have to think long and hard about what my expectations were. Did I want something that tried to play everything straight and gritty? Yeah, right. Cheese is so thoroughly hardwired into the premise of this franchise that any such attempt would be deeply embarrassing. But I didn’t want the film to be so over-the-top goofball that it only exists because of nostalgia. Read more
Ok, a little backstory. There is a long story behind this one…..on the week I planned to see this, my grandfather broke his ankle while chipping ice. I will say right now he is doing fine and trying to rest. So I get to the ticket booth and I get a call from mom checking up on me….here is where trouble begins.
She asked me to make a pumpkin bread for my grandfather so he had something more “healthier” to snack on. My thoughts got in the way and I had a choice between seeing this movie or doing a more kinder gesture. Well, I explain in the review the movie started doing no favors and I decided to give up halfway in. Instead, I left at the 65 minute mark and made a pumpkin bread. I know everyone is coming out and saying the movie is good…I thought otherwise…
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Hello, it’s me, Deepthroat Ghoul once again.
You know, I love the Police Academy movies; they’re great fun. Well… most of them, except for Mission to Moscow; that one was total shit, wasn’t it? Yeah.
Anyway, it was hinted somewhere around the late 2000’s/early 2010’s that instead of making an eighth Police Academy film, New Line Cinema (who bought the rights from Warner Bros.) would instead go the route of a reboot. With the passings of David Graf (Eugene Tackleberry), Bubba Smith (Moses Hightower), and George Gaynes (Commandant Eric Lassard) over the past sixteen years, and Bobcat Goldthwait (Zed McGlunk)’s infinite amount of reasons to refuse an eighth film, it makes perfect sense. I mean, Hollywood doesn’t really have original ideas anymore, because most of what we see are reboots anyway.
Well, if the Police Academy reboot does get made, the plot needs to be a composite of the first two Police Academy films, and having certain characters merged with other’s traits. For example, Zed should now be the main villain with traits of the main baddie from the first film, while Harris’ lackey Proctor should be a cadet at the academy, with the character traits of Kyle Blanks given to him, along with Blanks’ buddy Chad Copeland.
Also, here’s a list of casting choices for the reboot:
Carey Mahoney = Ryan Reynolds, Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum, Paul Rudd, James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, or Adam Scott
Larvell Jones = Reggie Watts, Lamorne Morris, Aziz Ansari, or Donald Glover
Moses Hightower = Shaquille O’Neal, Terry Crews, Kevin Hart, or Craig Robinson
Eugene Tackleberry = Rob Riggle or Jason Segel
Laverne Hooks = Kristen Schaal, Charlyne Yi, or Mindy Kaling
Douglas Fackler = Ed Helms
Debbie Callahan = Jane Lynch, Katherine Heigl, or Christina Hendricks
Thaddeus Harris = Tommy Lee Jones, Dustin Hoffman, or Gary Cole
Carl Proctor = Jay Baruchel
Chad Copeland = Seann William Scott
Zed McGlunk = Charlie Day or Zach Galifianakis
Carl Sweetchuck = Whit Hertford
Commandant Eric Lassard = Chevy Chase, Dustin Hoffman, or Steve Guttenberg
Commissioner Henry Hurst = Ed Begley Jr., John Michael Higgins, Chevy Chase, Richard Jenkins, Larry David, Rob Corddry, or J.K. Simmons
I just hope that this movie turns out good. In fact, former MADtv cast members Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, the producing team behind this upcoming reboot, have said that it will be a reality-based cross between End of Watch and MASH.
Got any other casting suggestions? Please leave them in the comments section below, and I’ll add them here.
Here are my reviews of the Pokemon Special Movies :).
Now onto the Questions.
1)What’s with the border?
My Manaphy review got hit with Content ID, so I thought this might help reduce that risk.
2)Why not compare the two versions?
Because I tried to do that before and it failed. As such, I will be looking at the movie from the perspective of it being created by North Americans.
3)What is the map/music you used?
Suburb House: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=140464844
As for the music, I used the following:
Various tracks from Undertale owned by Toby Fox.
Undertale – Asgore Orchestral Cover (OCDC)~OC/DC
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