Broken Arrow, Black Sheep, Beautiful Girls, A Midwinter’s Tale, Antonia’s Line, 1996

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4 thoughts on “Broken Arrow, Black Sheep, Beautiful Girls, A Midwinter’s Tale, Antonia’s Line, 1996

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    January 5, 2019 at 6:07 pm
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    Well, that was an interesting show for Gene. Changing his thumb direction mid-review (only time either critic has ever done that), followed by admitting to walking out on a movie that he couldn’t take. I know there are a lot of Farley fans out there, but he’s a poor man’s Belushi to me.
    “Do me a favor: Say I was wrong about ‘Cop and a Half.'”
    “No.”
    “WHAT?”
    “I saw things in ‘Cop and a Half’…”
    “…that no one else did!”
    Classic, especially since “Cop and a Half” was 3 years ago!

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      May 6, 2019 at 3:18 am
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      Maybe this was on the old website, but in response to Gene asking Roger about Cop and a Half, Roger could’ve said this, “Well, to make you happy, it is no longer in my Video Companion, I took it out of this year’s.” I’m referring to the 1996 Video Companion.

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    May 6, 2019 at 3:18 am
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    Saw Black Sheep on cable and saw why Gene walked out on it. It sucked shit!!!!! Tommy Boy was awful too.

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    May 6, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Interesting that Branaugh’s next film was a full length version of Hamlet that Christmas.

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