"The players make the manager, it's never the other way." - Sparky Anderson
I still shudder just thinking about it.
I always said Madagascar started a bad trend of the cartoon movies going downhill, not that Madagascar was that bad, just a step down from others in the genre. I'm pretty sure that the genre bottomed out with this.
When people say that I donít know what Iím talking about when it comes to sports or writing, I think: Man, you should see me in the rest of my life.
Dreamworks has a history of putting out awful animated films. Happy Feet, Shark Tale, Antz, every Shrek after the first one, Flushed Away, etc. Their films pale in comparison to Pixar, with a few exceptions (Shrek, Kung Fu panda).
Next Reds manager, second shooter. --Confirmed on Redszone.
The Royal Tenenbaums. I thought it was all style, no substance. And I'm all for style -- I'm a sucker for pretty movies, actually -- and cleverness, but I cannot handle whiney people on top of it. It was like teenage angst wrapped up in a sophisticated package. There was one moment I loved, and the rest of it I hated.
I know there are more but I'm blanking.
I loved Lost in Translation though. Nothing else has better captured the mood of life out of a suitcase in my opinion.
There is no such thing as a pitching prospect.
No Country for Old Men. I absolutely hated it and couldn't understand the buzz. I'm actually a big Coen Brothers fan but can't stand their "masterpiece."
Rushmore is still Anderson's crowning achievement. Before he became more of an institution for indie in-jokes.
Mulon Rouge - what a piece of pseudo-stylish pile of turds that was.
Rushmore was amazing. I'm like Bill Murray's number one fan though, so there's that.
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.