How does one appreciate a movie like Stomp the Yard and yet call Pulp Fiction corny?!? Its like trying to comprehend where the universe ends.
I think someone is still stuck at step one in his own plan to being a winner.
I only saw the bit with the horn, that was hilarious. I was going to watch the rest of the movie but though i should do it justice by watching it from the beginning. I can imagine it'll be worth it.
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this movie was a real achievement
it seemed like things unravelled a bit at the end, but all in all this was a great flick
the little kid stole the show
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This was suprisingly good; the grandfather was the best; I liked Steve Carrel as well he showed his diversity with this character. It was pretty realistic in general and I think the message was always be yourself and no one can judge you by their own standards
Yeah dude Alan Arkin owns in this movie.
"When you're young it's stupid to do drugs. When you're old it's stupid not to."
I might buy this on the strength of these recomendations.
I think Ruby is playing the snoogans card with yall; anyone who appreciated stomp the yard and rebukes pulp fiction as "lame and corny" probably doesnt have the hand to eye co-ordination it takes to use a keyboard. Unless shes dictating.
rubyspirit may need a name change to shittyspirit
This was a funny movie and the Cop looking at the magz then saying hello to his wife was hilarious.
The Wife trying to drive a stick only to burn out the clutch was funny.
Very good acting I liked the Grandpa character the most.
I thought it was a romantic, or whatever from the title in the paper. Might have to rent it.
My name starts with the letter "B," so I came up with bizzlez.