Deleted my Letterboxd account a few months ago, back again to hopefully fall in love with film again.
Although not as hilarious as the first one it still has many funny scenes. The cameo near the end, the ridiculous Country Steve song, "the chair", the scene in the church and the run of the Yankee.
Sacha Baron Cohen still knocks out the ballpark playing Borat, but the real star of this film is Maria Bakalova's performance as Borat's daughter. She's is relentless, funny and fits perfectly next to Borat. The hightlight for me!
But still it wasn't…
"I made it! I made it! I knew I'd make it! I fucking made it!"
Having watched the latest episode of Eli Roth's History of Horror I decided to watch his debut film Cabin Fever as it is being talked about. I liked the example of practical effects they give and how they summarized the story.
Anyway, I didn't expect the see a random kid with a terrible mullet, bite people and show off some kung…
"He's invisible, that's what's the matter with him."
I just couldn't wait for October to start, so this year I'm beginning way early.
Anyway what I delight The Invisible Man still is. Last time I've seen it was a couple of years ago and it is still so damn entertaining. You have Claude Rains with his voice being perfect for this role, Una O'Connor is always a treat, even though in this one she just screams…
"There's something I've been dying to ask you. What's in the basket?"
I just had to watch at least one episode of the Last Drive-Inn during Hooptober and I chose the Basket Case one. Having watched Basket Case for the first time around 8 years ago, I couldn't remember much about apart from that it was a unique film.
Anyway, Basket Case is kind of a revenge/american pie like movie. Duane (Kevin van Hentenryck) and Belial…