Bring It On Again
Cruel Intentions 2
Police Academy 6: City Under Siege
Play It Again, Sam. Again!
License to Drive
W. David MARX (Marxy)June 30, 2005
Posted in Humor, Neomarxisme Archive 21 Comments »
By the way, here is the awesome tagline for Meatballs 4:
“There’s only one thing wilder, crazier and sexier then last summer – this summer.”
Well, I guess I should watch Meatballs 2 then, huh?
Battle Royale III
Death Wish 5
everything after friday the 13th: the final chapter aka part 4
Is it possible to watch only Meatballs 4 and still follow the plot? I was just wondering how tight the continuity is in the Meatballs saga.
caddyshack II ?
Meatballs – slightly heartwarming tale about summer camp starring Bill Murray.
Meatballs 2 – bad exploitative teenage sex comedy about summer camp.
Meatballs 3 – a film about a young man who has to lose his virginity by the end of the summer and the ghost of a porn star who helps him with his task. NO SUMMER CAMP INVOLVED.
Meatballs 4 – Corey Feldman and water skiing.
Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (and on)
Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi
Another 9 1/2 Weeks
Smokey & the Bandit II
Don’t forget Cruel Intentions 3 (and no, I didn’t know there was one either until I saw the whole trilogy in box set at the record store…)
cruel intentions 2 rules! there’s even a weird lesbian twist …
Why rent American crud from Tsutaya when you could be renting Shuji Terayama?
Who says I’m renting these? To be an American is a childhood of watching hours of B-grade movies on Sunday afternoon cable television.
Or maybe Eric Mitchell and Richard Kern movies (just to mention good American directors). Available at your local Tsutaya.
Without the crud, how would you know what’s good?
Plus it’s definitely easier to find these at Tsutaya…
It’s easier to find good/o-share movies at Tsutaya than bad 80s ones. Goodbye, Lenin is absolutely easier to find than Lucas.
I don’t know…I bet I could find Mask in a heartbeat.
Conversely, what about sequals that are better than the original?
Exemplified, of course, by the unbeatable Weekend at Burnies II.
(best plot ever.)
license to drive is a sequel? i ♥ that movie.
That was my little joke.
No Meatballs were available in Tsutaya. I checked.
I’ve rented Meatballs from Tsutaya in Shibuya, but it was hard to find. I think it’s called ミートボール or something.