Snakes on a Plane (2006)

Roger Ebert didn’t review this unfortunately, cause he was having his lower jaw removed. After he died, they did mentioned this on rogerebert.com. And once you see this thriller, you’ll never go on a longest flight ever on a massive plane.

Yakuza’s in Japan, are super duper serious. You can tell when they have tattoo’s all over their bodies, as how they be missing some fingers. Some can be psychotic. So psychotic, that once they are brought to justice, they need to be executed immediately to pay the price. Death by lethal injection. Nothing more, nothing else. Which is why this movie explains everything. If you have a phobia of snakes, then this is the one.

After an American biker witnessed a murder by a serious and psychopathic yakuza, he was targeted for termination until an FBI agent came in to protect him. By taking a long red eye flight from Honolulu, Hawaii to Los Angeles, USA, they were to bring that yakuza to justice.

Just before takeoff, the yakuza’s henchmen gave the plane some pheromones and a serious cargo that went the plane go haywire three hours after takeoff. Everything went all mayhem when the secret cargo were venomous snakes. All kinds. King cobras, black mambas, cottonmouths, copperheads, sidewinders, spitting venom vipers, rattlesnakes, a massive anaconda and more. They almost killed all of the passengers as how they took two of the pilots and one of flight attendants. Some scenes nearly made me cry, as how they would scare you. All slithering mayhem from dusk til dawn. In fact, this definitely beats that vampire horror movie that took place near the border of Mexico from director Robert Rodriguez.

This can be so horrifying, that once you see this, you’ll never watch horror movies like ‘Cujo’, or ‘Psycho’, or whatever shows in front of you. What made me smile were Samuel L. Jackson as the FBI agent and Kenan Thompson as one of the passengers. They were the real heroes who saved the day. Especially when they made it by daylight when they landed in LA. And they made a great team after all.

So for a success, 8/10 stars is what I give.

The Fog (2005)

The 1980 version directed by John Carpenter wasn’t well entertaining, and didn’t have enough horror at all. Like Gene Siskel of the Chicago Tribune and Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times, in a TV episode of ‘Sneak Previews’, thumbs down indeed. (You can see for yourself below)

However this remake came along 25 years later. And it has my favourite actor, Tom Welling from ‘Smallville’ in it. Besides, they mentioned about this at Ottawa Comic Con in early summer of 2019 when I went to go see him; as how I told him how much I loved his tv show on tv channel YTV late at nights, before they transferred it to a different tv channel and ended the series. The horror in this movie remake is worth it.

In the year 1871, during an outbreak of leprosy, a sailing ship called Elizabeth Dane was heading to Antonio Island, Oregon until the ship was double crossed by four people, as it got caught on fire, and everyone died on board while it disappeared in killer fog. 134 years later, during the anniversary of that tragic event, after finding a few items near the coast, killer fog came on the approach. As thick as the one that brought the Empress of Ireland and the Storstad collided together as the Empress of Ireland sank on May 29th, 1914 in 14 minutes of terror.

So when killer fog came on the approach 🌫🌫🌫🌫, the answer behind the fog is a ghost ship. Out for revenge against the people on Antonio Island. A real ghost ship. Tom Welling, Selma Blair and a cast of others such as fishing captain, a lady radio DJ, and more were the heroes to survive it. The rest however got killed the members of the ghost ship. This version has more horror than how the John Carpenter version was, as this one takes the kick. For this version has real ‘SEA EVIL’. ☠️☠️☠️☠️ Amazing to watch over Halloween. 🎃🎃🎃🎃

So for a success, 7.7 out of 10 stars is what I give.

The Missing Link (2019)

From the stop motion animation studio that gave us “Kubo and the Two Strings”, all the effort made them win the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film. It tried to win the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film, but lost due to the dark side of movies & tv shows on its evil demonic possessed toys that will kill you since Brad Dourif on Chucky in “Child’s Play” that I totally dislike on.

When I was in middle school, we learned about unexplained mysteries. Such as Stonehenge, UFO sightings, crop circles, the Bermuda Triangle, Sasquatch’s such as Bigfoot and the Abominable Snowman, and my favourite one, the Loch Ness Monster. There hasn’t been much on movies that tell about this, but thanks to the tv show “Mystery Hunters”, that was a reliable resource. And so was that movie on the Loch Ness Monster, “Water Horse: Legend of the Deep”.

Years later came this, and this totally deserved that Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film for sure.

When we look at monster fighters like how these guys were in the Lego set series, they only hunt and kill monsters like vampires, mummy’s, mad scientists, zombies, werewolves, ghosts, man-bat creatures, Frankenstein’s monster, gill amphibian creatures, and more. Especially on going after big gems called ‘moon-stones’. But this one was up for its unexplained mysteries.

In the year 1886, Sir Lionel Frost travelled to the Pacific Northwest in America, and met a Sasquatch by calling himself, Mr. Link. As in the Missing Link. A famous one besides Bigfoot. 8 ft tall, and 630 pounds besides the hair that makes him look heavier. By going on a quest together, they travelled to Tibet. In the search of his cousins, as abominable snow men. All the way to Shangri-La and back to London, England.

Zach Galifianakis is the voice of Mr. Link, as Hugh Jackman is the voice of Sir Lionel Frost. Joining them are Zoe Saldana, Emma Thompson, and Timothy Olyphant since he was Agent 47 in “Hitman” in 2007. So for a success, a straight ‘A’ is what I give. Remember, seeing is believing like what they say. Even when you look at something like so (look below) who wants to be your friend like Mr. Link.

Audience: Awww…..
Audience: Awwwww…..
Brad Dourif: I’m Brad Dourif. I was in “Alien Resurrection” as well as-
Old Tibetan lady: AAAHHHHH!!!!! (Faints)
Tibetan Granddaughter: You have killed my grandmother!!
Mexican Lady: Somebody should give her CPR!!
Brad Dourif: Hold on a sec. No way José. I ain’t doing it. And I-. Whoa. What happened to you boys?
(All three boys as brothers moaning from their injuries)
Ian Kelley (portrayed by Richard Ian Cox): Hello! For what you did back in the day, were the worst movies that you had ever did! As how it relates to what we’re facing today. Evil demonic possessed toys that came out from hell. No thanks to the dark side that did it. Same to you Emma Thompson!
Emma Thompson: Well, he’s just an actor. And even if we get into-
Ian Kelley (portrayed by Richard Ian Cox): Listen to me Emma Thompson, you lousy British b****!! Do the words, F.O. mean anything to you?! Cause you need to tell animator/directors from the dark side, such as Brad Bird, Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, Rich Moore, Byron Howard, Josh Cooley, Jonas Rivera, Mark Nielsen, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter, Darla K. Anderson, Clark Spencer, Peter Del Vecho, Don Hall, Roy Conli, Chris Williams, Lee Unkrich, Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, Gore Verbinski, and that chubby John ‘Lardass’ Lassetter that I said F.U. guys BIG TIME!! Cause for what you guys are doing including them, is absolutely bulls***!! And I mean it!! BIG TIME!! Japanese animation is the best as always!! Not for what they and you guys are doing!! Like for what my friend, O-Dog Kubrick told me!! Besides, look at me!! I turn out to be the lousiest cartoon ever to be shown, as I got into messes with my family!! Including for how I nearly froze to death, as how I nearly died in the wild by looking for an animal that doesn’t exist!! And, I lost my camera!!
Jenny (portrayed by Janice Kawaye): (sigh) That makes two of us Ian. I didn’t turn out so well as how you did….
(Meanwhile, back in the snowy mountains, a Sasquatch finds his video camera and happily does a quick dance)
THE END

Shocker (1989)

“No more Mr. Nice Guy”

-movie tagline on the poster.

“Firestarter” with Drew Barrymore, based on the novel by Stephen King wasn’t well entertaining, as well as “The Fog” with Jamie Lee Curtis and her mom, Janet Leigh. I found this one, I was able to watch this just in time for Halloween. Besides, when it comes to horror movies that they show on TV, it’s stupidly insane that they show the same movies that aren’t my cups of coffee, as well as the ones I’ve already seen and reviewed. All the “Halloween” movies about this serial killer, Michael Myers, “Candyman” on the human beehive, “Friday the 13th” on that Jason Voorhees, “Child’s Play” with Brad Dourif as this demonic talking toy Chucky, the Stephen King movie adaptations that we already get, “Leprechaun” on a killer leprechaun, and etc, thumbs down indeed. Except for a few good ones like “Total Recall” with Arnold Schwarzenegger, “Silver Bullet” with Gary Busey, the first movie of “Tremors” with Kevin Bacon & Fred Ward, and more. I already reviewed those.

In this movie review, it’s my very first Wes Craven horror movie I ever saw, thanks to that filmmaker. It’s a real ‘shocker on shock street’ when you deal with this one. And as this definitely beats that arch enemy in Stan Lee’s stupid spider monkey, including one more who conducts electricity all over him in those Marvel comic books, it won’t be those gigantic praying mantis’s like what you see in that Goosebumps book from R.L. Stine of what I spoke of, as his story ripping off a 1950’s monster horror movie, “The Deadly Mantis”.

Film critics Gene Siskel of the Chicago Tribune gave this a thumbs up, as his friend Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave this a thumbs down. In my opinion, like those two that reviewed this, “Firestarter” and “The Fog” that they didn’t liked as how I did, a thumbs up on this shockingly movie to watch over Halloween.

On October 2nd, 1989 at 6:45 am, psychotic mass murderer Horace Pinker was sentenced to death row, and was executed by electric chair. A teenage boy who was having dreams or visions of him, and where he would be, was able to track him down and bring him to justice. By having the Horace Pinker executed, he turned himself into actual electricity, by making a deal with the devil first before his execution, as how he was obsessed on television sets. He became like a spiritual demon on possessing people.

The teenage boy tried to warn his dad, a police lieutenant about him, and how he would be that way after his execution, but no one, not even his dad would believe in him. So he had to face him on his own, as he had the help of his friends to do this.

So when it comes to death by electric chair, you do not want to end up like that guy, as well as one of the inmates who got his execution botched in “The Green Mile” and was fried all over, no thanks to one of the guards. Be more like Graham Greene’s character who paid what he owed. And when it comes to executions, either you be shot by firing squad, or dropped and hung by the neck until death, or the most common one, lethal injection.

So for a shockingly success, 7.7 out of 10 stars is what I give. In conclusion, when you have dreams that can lead to the future, like how this did than Christopher Walken in “The Dead Zone”, as well as Danny Lloyd in “The Shining”, they can actually happen when it’s real for sure.

For example, my friend Erik after sawing a female character losing an arm in volume 3 of “RWBY”, he had a dream that became a vision one night, that there was gonna be a volume 4, as the character who lost an arm, would get herself a robotic arm. Therefore, it did happen, as I couldn’t believe it. Me on the other hand, had a vision in my dreams that American actor Kirk Douglas was next to kick the bucket at a big age, very soon after he turned 100 years old. 3 years later, it did actually happen on the night he passed away at age 103, when I was listening to “The Final Countdown”. One more vision, that was gonna happen, was another celebrity who passed away too soon. After Anton Yelchin who got himself into a Jeep accident in 2015, Chadwick Boseman who never told us he was battling colon cancer, was next as it actually happened in late 2020.

Enola Holmes (2020)

Since Millie Bobby Brown was in “Stranger Things” and the other two “Godzilla” movies, she was indeed clever in this. As a new Sherlock Holmes, as she looks like a young Natalie Portman.

Her name is Enola Holmes.

Sherlock Holmes in this comedy movie, had a older brother, a sister too, and a niece named Enola. Which is ‘alone’ spelled backwards. After her sister disappeared, his niece escaped from her country home, and went on her first mystery to find her. By becoming a detective like her uncle, she was able to solve clues, puzzles, and beat the living daylights out of two police members of the Scotland Yard. One of them, tried to kill a boy in a aristocratic family, as they wanted him dead. However, step by step, they were able to outsmart them.

What I like about this is that like Matthew Broderick in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”, Ryan Reynolds in the first “Deadpool” movie, and beating one of the cartoon kids in the lousiest cartoon tv show ever, “The Loud House”, she was breaking the 4th wall. Talking to people in the audience of how she was having her adventure.

So a ‘B+’ is what I give. Really good. Joining Millie Bobby Brown are Helen Boham Carter, Sam Claflin since he was in “The Hunger Games” movies and Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes himself. I still do stick to Matt Frewer and Peter Cushing as the original Sherlock Holmes. So IYF Will Ferrell!!

And when it comes to breaking the 4th wall, IYF on Deadpool and those kids in “The Loud House”!! That means you too Lisa Loud. And I like your mom, Lara Jill Miller better when she was Misao in “Lucky Star”, Koko in “Zatch Bell”, Mimi in “Astro Boy”, Nami in “Digimon Tamers”, Haul and Hole in “Rave Master”, Julie in “Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi” Matsuri in “Naruto”, and Kari from “Digimon: Digital Monsters”. So tell your mom that.

IYF on Deadpool and these bratty kids from the “The Loud House” including that brainiac. I like her mom, voice actress Lara Jill Miller better when she was in the anime tv shows I admire on a lot….
…including “Digimon: Digital Monsters” when she was Miss Kari.

In conclusion, like I said, she looks like a young Natalie Portman. And I wonder, did Millie Bobby Brown liked Natalie Portman as her character in this SNL skit to “Stranger Things”?? I guess she did I believe.

So here is one of my favourite SNL skits that makes me laugh and cry. A premiere of “Stranger Things: Season 3”.

Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)

October 26th, 1881 was day of the most famous gunfight, in western history. Last for 30 seconds in Tombstone, Arizona Territory, USA, Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp and his two brothers Virgil & Morgan, were the most famous cowboys against a group of outlaws, at their duel began at 3 pm.

Rather than those lousy movie adaptions of that gunfight, this is number 1#. Kirk Douglas is Doc Holliday as he will mean business, and Burt Lancaster is Wyatt Earp. Joining them are DeForrest Kelley as Morgan Earp, and John Hudson as Virgil Earp. The bad guys occur to be Lee Van Cleef, Dennis Hopper, and a cast of others.

Thanks to John Sturges and Paramount Pictures that did this, I give this 8.4 out of 10 stars. To wrap this up, this was nominated for two Oscar awards. Best Film Editing and Best Sound Recording. However, “The Bridge on the River Kwai” deserved Best Film Editing, as “Sayonara” with Marlon Brando and Red Buttons stole Best Sound Recording which wasn’t fair. That movie with those two was too dramatic, but this one was worth it.

So if you happen to be interested in western gunfights than spooky Halloween stories, this is the right one. Besides, this was four days in 1881 before October 31st when that gunfight was on. And in 2021, same day, same month, and same time, the 140th anniversary of this historical western gunfight.

Top 10 Wallace & Gromit moments

Did someone say ‘cheese’? Out of those four stop motion animated shorts, and one movie that made these guys win Oscar awards thanks to Nick Park and Steve Box, these are the top 10 Wallace and Gromit moments that they ever did.

10. Stopping the Bomb in “A Matter of Loaf & Death”. Right at the climax where the baker murderer is revealed, they also found out that a bomb was used as an act of revenge. After references to “Ghost”, “Aliens” & some Bruce Lee movies, Wallace accidentally had the bomb at the back of his pants. Gromit & Fluffles had no choice but to have his pants stuffed up with dough. After that, you should’ve seen his butt!!

9. The Large Female Rabbit Dummy in “The Curse of the Were-Rabbit”. By making sure to catch that were-rabbit, Wallace and Gromit used a large female rabbit dummy to lure it as a trap. Gromit was controlling it like a marionette at the bottom, as how it was at the top of their automobile. It was very cheeky on how the Gromit did the dances for that lady dummy just before they got to a small tunnel by accident.

8. Picnic on the Moon in “A Grand Day Out”. Can you imagine if you were eating actual moon cheese? Where there is actually air you can breathe on the moon? Wallace and Gromit had a lovely picnic that is out of this world as they were the first to taste moon cheese, and have a picnic too. Gromit didn’t like it, but Wallace sure did while avoiding that coin operations moon robot in which was interested in skiing.

7. The Diamond Heist in “The Wrong Trousers”. Tom Cruise would never accomplish on something like this. With the penguin thief hijacking the techno-trousers, and having a sleeping Wallace in it, his despicable plan was to steal a big diamond that a local museum had that is worth a lot of money. Like playing the arcade crane game, the only issues were those laser tripwires that he had to avoid on.

6. Saving the Sheep in “A Close Shave”. After Gromit was falsely accused of a crime he didn’t commit, he was then rescued by Wallace, Shaun, and the rest of the sheep that he set free. They worked together to bring Preston to justice. Gromit soars in the skies with his sidecar turned airplane, armed with porridge mix, as Wallace arranges the sheep to be in right formation on his motorcycle while driving down country roads.

5. Big Bread Baking Business in “A Matter of Loaf & Death”. Carlos from “Cake Boss” would laugh at this, if he is ever a fan. By having their house built as bread baking windmill, I love for how Gromit did the icing on the cake as he woke up Wallace by using a water balloon to drop on him. Especially on how he was getting dressed up hilariously, as how they delivered their baked goods in their neighborhood.

4. Say Hello to Shaun in “A Close Shave”. Before Wallace and Gromit got themselves deep in sheep in their home, Shaun was the very first in the very beginning after he escaped from Preston’s big green truck. By eating so much on what they have in their house, it was no wonder he chewed through the cords that made Wallace’s porridge breakfast to have him pinned to the walls. Hilarious than food fights in films.

3. Building the Rocket in “A Grand Day Out”. In desperate need of cheese, they decided to go someplace on vacation where there is cheese. Their destination? Same place for where Princess Kaguya was from before being set down in Japan. The Moon. So after Wallace did some blueprints, he decides to built the homemade rocket with the help of Gromit. Big enough for two, & orange all over, they actually did it.

2. The Bun-Vac 6000 in “The Curse of the Were-Rabbit”. If you have a multiple rabbit pest problem, this is your answer. By grabbing much of those rabbits at Tottington Hall, it also accidentally took Victor Quartermaine’s toupee by accident including Victor. It made me laugh when he was getting sucked in the ground like Bugs Bunny making his entrance. And how he accidentally took a black rabbit instead.

1. The Toy Train Chase in “The Wrong Trousers”. Taking the number 1# spot on the list is my very first train chase I ever saw as a infant. By trying to stop that penguin thief, before he would get away, they all get on-board a model toy train as Gromit used his super speedy spare track skills to catch that thief after separation. Luckily for our heroes, they made a big finish as that greedy fat penguin takes the bottle.

Do you agree with my picks? Which are your favourite Wallace and Gromit moments?

Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death (2008)

This was the final time Peter Sallis was Wallace in this, before his retirement in 2010, as he died of old age in 2017. Besides, after the release of that ‘Were-Rabbit’, I don’t think their very short cartoon episodes of ‘Cracking Contraptions’ were that good enough. Thumbs down on those. But this here, a thumbs up,

Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film, Nick Park didn’t do anymore stop motion animated movies until he did “Early Man” ten years later.

I saw this on TV channel Teletoon in October of 2011 months before that TV channel Teletoon became obtuse as how YTV did in Canada.

So in this last adventure of Wallace and Gromit, instead of window washing, or catching rabbits again, they were in the baking bread business. As they would deliver them door to door. During their business, they got themselves in a murder mystery as a woman who was once an icon, was stalking bread bakers and murdering them.

Gromit was on the case, as a Wallace was suspicious of that woman until he found out about the truth. During the mystery, Gromit was in love with a lady’s poodle named Fluffles who joined them when the movie was over.

I can’t tell you how they stopped her, cause well, that would be telling now wouldn’t it? So 9.5 out of 10 stars is what I give. Besides, you should’ve seen the references to such movies we know of.

Rambo series- The Origin of Rambo

Every character has an origin story. Of what a fictional character is, and what he/she is meant to be. Ever since I did my ‘Origin of Nami’, this one is the whole origin story of Sylvester Stallone’s movie character, Rambo. From his days of fighting in the Vietnam War, to Part I of the opening scene of “Rambo: First Blood”.

His real name is John J. Rambo. A Christian. Born on July 6th, 1947, in Bowie, Arizona, USA to Native-American father Reevis Rambo (1922-2000) and German mother Helga Rambo (1926-1967). John also has a niece named Shirlene.

On August 6th, 1964, Rambo was 17 years old when he enlisted in the U.S. Army. Drafted in Vietnam. After he graduated from Rangefield High School in 1965, his military service began in January 1966. Rambo was deployed to South Vietnam in September 1966. After he returned to the U.S. in 1967, he began to do some more training with the U.S. Army Special Forces at Fort Bragg, North Carolina under Colonel Trautman’s tutelage.

In late 1969, Rambo was redeployed to Vietnam as a member of an SOG brigade. He became part of a Special Forces long range reconnaissance patrol unit commanded by Colonel Trautman. Other members were Delmar Barry (the African-American friend who died of cancer, by Agent Orange), Joseph Danforth, Manuel Ortega, Paul Messner, Delbert Krackhauer, Giuseppe Colletta, and Ralph Jorgensen. At some point, during the war on their R&R time, Danforth died in Rambo’s arms after being fatally wounded by a rigged shoebox by the Viet Cong.

Later on, during a mission in November of 1971, Rambo’s unit came under a surprise attack by the NVA. Delmar, Rambo, and the rest of their members were taken to a POW camp near the Chinese-Vietnamese border. All including many other American soldiers were imprisoned and repeatedly tortured. Rambo’s unit was decimated during the ordeal (including the friends he had met), and the rest that faced the wrath of the Viet Cong. However in May of 1972, Rambo and Delmar had escaped. And were the only two that made it.

By his own request, Rambo was immediately re-deployed afterwards. At some point in his military career, he also received training in flying helicopters. On September 27th, 1974 when the Vietnam War was coming to an end, he finally received his official military discharge. He must’ve been a first lieutenant when he finally left. Especially when he won a lot of medals including a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Upon his return to the USA, many American civilians have hated soldiers returning from Vietnam. To the time when Richard Nixon was having problems of his own, before his interviews with David Frost.

He and many other soldiers claimed that were being subject to humiliation and embarrassment by anti-war hippie weirdos who three garbage at them, and called them ‘baby killers’. His experiences in Vietnam and homecoming gave him PTSD, and then we get to the opening scene of ‘Rambo: First Blood’ Part I. To the moment that Delmar died the summer of 1980, because of cancer by Agent Orange from Vietnam. A year later, when Rambo came to his place, he found out about what happened, as he realized that he is the last member of his team that he had ever had as U.S. Special Forces soldier in Vietnam. After that, he went berserk against Will Teasle near Hope, Washington, and that’s it.

From that origin story, to both parts of ‘First Blood’ in film, it all makes sense. On how Sylvester Stallone took this character from the novel by Dave Morrell, made the character of how this guy is, and why he would be what they call him, ‘a one man army’.

In conclusion, after those two, and three more sequels that I didn’t like, Rambo gladly returned to his home in Bowie, Arizona as he took care of his family’s ranch. Fully retired, and promised his deceased parents that he’ll keep his memories of them alive.

Office Space (1999)

I remember working in an office building for the first time, by working for the government as it was a-okay. Just had a little trouble with the neighbourhood cause for how bad McArthur Avenue was, with all the smoking and garbage. At the office, it’s mostly the heat turned on full blast in the bathrooms. Didn’t lasted long until I was finished my job in the winter of 2018. After the death of Stan Lee & Douglas Rain.

Years later, when the COVID-19 went out of hand in late 2020, many jobs and businesses were shut down by the government. As many people were working from home including my parents, as they can be glued to their computers which can fry their eyes out. I am nothing like them. I do not want to fry my eyes out, and act like a robot, so I do not want to work from home online. That’s for a business called LiveWorkPlay to hear, that had helped me out with jobs. Besides, I have problems of my own when it comes to Japanese sessions, Masterclasses online, exercises, and outdoor activity when it comes to being stuck at home during the COVID-19 crisis.

Related to what I said, would be this comedy movie that entertained me. Which is why we’re looking back at how work can be. To the year 1999. Just before the Y2K crisis. And I was already 4 years old when this came out. This was like one of the most popular comedy movies that everyone had ever enjoyed while Trey Parker and Matt Stone did “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut”.

From director Mike Judge, the creator of “Beavis & Butthead” and of course, “King of the Hill”, comes his first live action debut movie. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave this 3 out of 4 stars and wrote, and I quote…

Treats his characters a little like cartoon creatures. That works. Nuances of behavior are not necessary, because in the cubicle world every personality trait is magnified, and the captives stagger forth like grotesques”.

Jennifer Aniston, Gary Cole, John C. McGinley, Orlando Jones, and Mike Judge himself are the only people I know of in this movie. In the summer of 1999, at a computer company, some of the workers didn’t like their job there, as well as their boss. Besides, they were not really emotional, as they were acting like a bunch of robots. So they decided to get fired, and rebel against their boss, while they wreck the place that I never seen before. They did made one mistake during their payback, but they were able to fix it. In fact, they got themselves new jobs that they loved on, as construction workers after someone brought the whole office building be burnt down to the ground. Like the opening scene of “A Series of Unfortunate Events” with Jim Carrey. This is the real deal than those two “Horrible Bosses” movies.

What made comedy movie history in this, was that scene on destroying on a dysfunctional printer machine outside the office on a grassy field.

So for a success, 8/10 stars is what I give. In conclusion, when the COVID-19 pandemic nightmare ends, it’s always a good idea to get another chance on a better job than working from home, or working in the dish pits. And Mike Judge can be hilarious. Even if he is Hank Hill or so….

Flashback….

Nancy A. Bates: Jobs and experience, jobs and experience. And LiveWorkPlay can help. So you need to have a job or so-
Hank Hill (portrayed by Mike Judge): Nancy, you Nurse Ratched giblet head. The future sucks. And you’re acting like a robot like if you don’t even care. You’re already burning your eyes out which is not good for you, while the weather can be faulty all of a sudden. And if it gets one degree hotter, I’m gonna kick your ass!!
Mikey Bolton: He ain’t kidding old woman. He’ll do it. Big time. He really means it. Or like what my older brother warned you….
Josh Bolton: I’M GONNA SHAVE YOUR GREY HAIR OFF SO HARD, THAT WHEN YOU GET A NEW LOOK, YOU’LL BE AS BALD AS JAKE GYLLENHAAL FROM “JARHEADS”!!