Hell of the Living Dead (1980)

It wasn’t hell getting through this, but I felt like I had died inside once it was over. The movie has some great cheesy moments (the reason I watched it) but the overuse of stock footage of slow motion animals was almost too much. It has some awesome music throughout the film. The acting is cheese at its best. Especially the long haired dude with the crazy eyes. I also was pretty surprised of the reporter girl who felt like she could sneak into an islander tribe with her pale white skin and just get nude and put a grass skirt on to be among the dark skin islanders. They seemed to buy it though, so let’s call that a win? The movie is weird for sure, but it is written by the same guy who did Troll 2. Check it out if you like bad acting and good music and gore. Everything else is as bad as rotten zombie flesh though.

32/100

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Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

There is no doubt that Robin Williams has a fiery personality. His ability to change his voice makes him a living cartoon. This may not be one of the best films in the world but it has a lot of heart and a lot of laughs. The whole cast is pretty good too with the smarmy Pierce Brosnan and the angry wife Sally Field (she’s about as likable in real life as she is in this film). The kids are all adorable, and I especially wish Lisa Jakub was in more films. I think it’s worth mentioning that the make-up work in this film is also superb. Just a fun mindless film.

80/100

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