|pastorofmuppets - 2009-08-25 |
women want him, blue meanies want to be him.
|Paranatural - 2009-08-25 |
I'm sexually aroused.
You should see the part where Donald Pleasance is singing "I Want You" to the band and can barely keep himself from pawing at them.
Also: The robot singers here are called The Computerettes and are voiced by The Bee Gees. Yes, that's right: This film is actually even more embarrassing to The Bee Gees than it initially appears.
Well I for one have no beef with that arrangement of the song...it's funky as all get out
|Maggot Brain - 2009-08-25 |
By far the best part of this movie is when Peter Frampton kills Steven Tyler.
|The Townleybomb - 2009-08-26 |
Once my friends and I got real high and watched this and "Spice World" back to back. I couldn't look anyone from the Commonwealth in the eye for YEARS.
|Syd Midnight - 2009-08-26 |
This is like someone took several truck loads of talent and let it sit out in the sun until it got rotten and maggoty, then flushed it right down the toilet. What a colossal waste of human effort.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-08-26 |
A painful film without even b-movie ironic charm.
|nuzzles - 2009-08-26 |
This movie is bad, and not even like in the Xanadu-style "It's so bad, it's hilarious" way.
Now, the alleged battle between Peter Frampton and the Bee Gees to have top billing...that's hilarious.
Also, despite the badness of this movie, I thought this interpretation of this song was kinda funky.
You should not attempt to engage in dialogue with a talk box unless you got tha funk, which unfortunately Mr Howerd did not possess in sufficient amounts
|Steve Airport - 2009-08-27 |
TAKE THE TUBA TO FATHER SUN.
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