Monday, March 15, 2010

From The Mailbag March 2010 Edition

Here's the latest and dare i say greatest of comments from the site that you 4 readers enjoy from time to time. More reviews are coming, just keep posted...I'm tired.

willy jerk-off said in regards to my Sweet 16 Review:

Yeah but i was just wondering whether or not the gorgeous 16 year-old chick appeared completely naked at some point in the film because if she did that would have made it worthwhile.

There might have been nudity but it wasn't much of an impact, because I don't remember it going down. Maybe? I know there was a shower scene at one point.

jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to The Relic Review:

I actually think "THE RELIC" is one of the most ludicrously under-rated horror films of the 90`s, it is a quite magnificent film with superb special effects (i just wish Penelope Ann Miller had been 18 at the time of filming and completely naked for the entire movie then it would have been absolutely perfect). It is (for instance) a hundred times better than "SCREAM" (which was released the same year) which i thought was ludicrously over-rated hogwash.

It has some great moments, I admit. However, there are moments that just drag on and just irrelevant to the overall film. Maybe upon another viewing, I'll see the point more.

oliver syngen mollusc said in response to The Box Review:

The scariest thing about "THE BOX" is knowing that Cameron Diaz is now 37 years old, a full 19 years past the absolute pinnacle and peak of her physical attractiveness and desirability, now thats bloody scary believe me.

I think she's desirable...I actually thought she looked half-way decent in this film. She is older, and maybe that's why she's not doing high-class film, and instead is in this pseudo-scifi film.

jervaise brooke hamster said in response to my Bronson review:

Bronson is just another hideous product of a society that is governed and poisoned by lies, hypocrisy, sexual repression, censorship, double standards, inconsistancies and ludicrous absurdities on a grand scale and that he was unfortunate enough to be born into (like millions of other poor British bastards). By the way Sir Jorge, could you please make sure that you dont reveiw any more British made garbage because it besmirches an otherwise brilliant site with the foul stench of British filth. I`m not kiddin` Sir Jorge, no more British made crap O.K.

Wow. I've think we've gone down this road before. I don't know if you're legit, or you're kidding, despite the fact that you just said you weren't kidding. I can't promise NOT to review British film, but it's not as prominent. What about Hammer Horror? Doesn't that count?

Mookie-Mookie said in regards to my Night of the Demons Review:

Mom used to tell me to cover my eyes or go to another room while she watchs it with dad and their friends. i had no freakin idea that time but the screaming scared the heck out of me. but now... just like liath said. i'm going to get this and finally conquer my childhood fears!

I found the film funny, not really scary. I can see why it can happen.

That's about it folks. That's 30 days worth of comments, if not more. I've been struggling to find a job, and it's been hard. I will be back in action later this week with another crappy movie to review, I'm sure.

As for all you guys and gals that commented, thanks. Please keep it up, and make sure to request any movies for me to watch and review.

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2 comments:

jimmie t. murakami said...

Sir Jorge, there were some other comments regarding birds who were gorgeous when they were 18 but whose looks are now fading badly, why didn`t you reply to them?.

Sir Jorge said...

Yo Jimmie,

I lost track of some of those, however, I saw them and you were absolutely right.