That movie was a big deal when it was being released, but you notice unlike Tommy or other "Musicals", you rarely ever see this one repeated (even on VH1) That says alot.
Any Ahnold movie is better than any Stalone Movie (alright any Stalone Movie after "Rambo")Originally posted by Rking401
You obviously haven't seen "Jingle All the Way" staring Ahnold.
I probably shouldn't admit this, but I actually enjoyed this flick. :lol: It actually had a plot, some character development (more than the typical shoot em up, which I also enjoy), and reminded me ever so slightly of an old movie that I very much enjoyed, "Arsenic and Old Lace". Both of these flicks were actually more like plays than movies and could easily be done as plays on the live stage.And I have an "Oscar" hidden up my sleeve
Just as "Arsenic and Old Lace" did. I knew there was a reason I like both movies. AAOL though, was made in 1944.But had this movie been made in 1956 it would have starred Cary Grant
Ditto here. That is the nice thing about some of the above "bad" movies, although I can't say Jingle is an escape. The nice thing about most of the above is that they are usually filled with sight gags which take some concentration on the movie and plot to catch. This is totally different than most shoot em ups which don't require much in the way of concentration to get the most out of them. Not that I don't enjoy a good shoot em up.I go to the movies to escape and have fun.
Row, row, row your boat.....Originally posted by cnsf
Is anyone even thinking about:
The first half of the Swayze/Snipes/Leguizamo movie "....Julie Newmar?"
Color of Night?
Star Trek V? (And I'm a big ST fan....)