|Rangoon - 2014-08-28 |
Is anyone else hearing the sound of Hal Roach rolling in his grave?
|chumbucket - 2014-08-28 |
Still haven't got Buckwheat right.
Rodents of Unusual Size
He needs a wacky scene where he tries to help a police officer and gets tasered, thereby giving him his classic afro.
|Killer Joe - 2014-08-28 |
WHOA DID SOMEONE SAY CHILDREN TRYING THEIR BEST TO HELP IN A ROUGH SITUATION, BUT NOT POSSESSING A WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF THE ADULT WORLD, THEN HAPLESSLY APING SAID ADULT ACTIVITIES WITHOUT THE CONSTRAINTS OF EXPERIENCE OR FORESIGHT, LEADING TO UNINTENDED, "HILARIOUS" OUTCOMES, SUCH AS HYPER-EXPANDING YEAST BREADS, GREEN DOGS, AND RUNNING DOWN A POLICE OFFICER IN AN ILLEGAL VEHICLE?!?!?!
SIGN ME THE FUCK UP!
|Hailey2006 - 2014-08-28 |
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2014-08-28 |
My brother has an unhealthy obsession with the remake that was done 20 years ago. Why, I have no clue. I'm assuming he'll probably buy this as well if he hears about it.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-08-28 |
What better song to accompany a more than dated comedy short from the 30s than a hippy anthem from the 60s?
Also, I hate this. More than I can say.
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-08-28 |
What's the time period here? I can't tell.
The year is 1926. After faking his death in a skiing accident, Sonny Bono has traveled back in time to inflict his music upon the people of a simpler era. This time paradox results in a nightmare timeline where bread yeast expands uncontrollably and direct-to-video sequels are still a profitable business in 2014.
|Xenocide - 2014-08-29 |
Luckily Alfalfa was an orphan owned by the studio.
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