Exploring a mix of ideas, and waffling on a bunch. Maybe I'll come back and edit a bit every so often.
An asshole anchorman is sent to a little town to do a fluff story on Groundhog Day, but karma bites him in the ass when the town gets snowed-in.
A fantastic movie not just for the usual things, but for the execution of its idea. Unlike so many movies that have its elements, this one stays grounded and accessible. This movie is well-loved and highly recommended.
This movie has its title because it's set on Groundhog Day.
- Men grow unhappier after retiring, overtaking at age 85, NHS survey reveals.
- 72 percent of men aged 16-24 have stronger mental health.
- Twice as many same-aged women have poor mental health, the study found.
86 percent of men suffer severe mental illness issues over age 85.
Its first impression is that it's sort of Star Trek parody-thing, it quickly unfolds into its own unique space-adventure-drama.
Fantastic originality and mood. Recommended, rapidly approaching highly recommended.
Verdict: While it's good, it's not great, at least not for me. I got bored in the first couple of episodes of season two. Definitely recommended for anyone who enjoyed the first several episodes.
Like other shows these days, I became interested in this purely because "those people" "hate" it.
A lonely rich man is taken advantage of by a woman and her hypergamy.
A quirky and grating writer finds himself pulled into the lives of ordinary people.
A really great, well-rounded, unique movie, especially for guys, as it has a single moment of clarity that will help them understand women.
An extended episode of Father Ted - (1995-1998 show).
It's as great/awful as the rest of the show. You will like this as much as the show.
Two priests, exiled to an island in the middle of nowhere in Ireland, try to make due.
A mid-1990s British comedy with a laugh track. If you aren't positive you can handle that, then pass. It has only a few moments, but is otherwise crap.
College kids go on vacation out into the woods, and everything goes horribly wrong when misunderstandings spiral out of reason.
A great movie with a great tone. Really fun to watch, but, as with most of its peers, it's great for just the one watch.
In the far future, the scarcity of water prompts pirates to steal ice, but they are swept up into a rebellion.
Swashbuckling-and-blasters, this movie is cheezy without being funny. I think it has some cult following merely because there wasn't much of interest back then, and this style of movie was popular for reasons outside of quality entertainment. This is like some sort of movie version of shitposting.
Absolutely not recommended, as it doesn't tick any boxes outside of nostalgia.