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(The Dissolve)   1991's Hot Shots served as toothless popularizer of modern parody movies, which are lazy, supremely unfunny exercises. "There's not a single joke, or even an acknowledgment, of the rampant homoeroticism for which the original film is now infamous"   (thedissolve.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, chick flick, parody, Jennifer Coolidge, Moore, epic film, common courtesy, Aaron Seltzer, Michelle Pfeiffer  
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2014-07-21 10:59:55 PM  

Mugato: I'm a fan of the Scream movies, (yes all of them)


1 and 2 were good.  3, not so much.  4 was one choice away from being brilliant, but instead was just above average.
 
2014-07-21 11:43:53 PM  

largedon: I always loved this movie.


Top Secret is one of the best movies ever.

/I know a little German
 
2014-07-22 12:23:09 AM  

sotua: largedon: I always loved this movie.

Top Secret is one of the best movies ever.

/I know a little German


He's over there.
 
2014-07-22 12:54:53 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Dwight_Yeast: Hot Shots was worth it for the scene where the Sheens shout "I loved you in 'Wall St'" at each other from passing PT boats.

Otherwise, not as funny as Airplane.

Nothing was as funny as Airplane. Except maybe Young Frankenstein.


Blazing saddles?
 
2014-07-22 1:59:05 AM  
The best reason to watch Hot Shots:

NSFW
 
2014-07-22 9:53:05 AM  

CigaretteSmokingMan: The best only reason to watch Hot Shots:

NSFW

 
2014-07-22 3:56:33 PM  
Mugato:

And Dracula:DALI had a weird dramatic ending like in the last reel they decided they wanted to make a straight Dracula movie.

I remember being very disappointed with Dracula:DALI when I saw it in the theatres all those years ago.  But there was a scene right at the end, when Dracula was killed and turned to dust, and his minion started crying and saying "master, master are you okay" and he drew a smiley face in the dust.  I remember laughing so hard at that until I couldn't breath.  I'm smiling right now at the memory of that smiley face in the corpse dust.

/why the hell wouldn't they have cast Leslie Nielson as the bumbling vampire hunter, and not as the vampire himself?  That shiat writes itself.
 
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