Entertainment Rex: July 2021

I'm wrestling with whether or not to get PlayStation Now. I feel like... I'm already paying for PS Plus, which is its own $60/month thing. Do I really need Now? It looks like a bulk of the games on Now end up becoming Plus giveaways as it is. But then... Fallout New Vegas is on... Continue Reading →

Jab’s Disney Reviews: The Black Cauldron

THE BLACK CAULDRON (1985): Written by: Lloyd Alexander (Original Book Series), Ted Berman, Vance Gerry, Joe Hale, David Jonas, Roy Morita, Richard Rich, Art Stevens, Al Wilson & Peter Young This is a controversial one for many reasons. It basically Disney-fies a semi-popular children's novel (The Chronicles of Prydain, which noted Webcomic author Randy Milholland of Something... Continue Reading →

Classic Movie Review: The Naked Gun

I must have watched The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult about a hundred times as a kid. The third entry in the Naked Gun trilogy came out when I was thirteen years old, so it was obviously pretty much targeted directly at me. Juvenile jokes and Anna Nicole Smith in lingerie; what more... Continue Reading →

SWO Draft: Best Cinematic Remake/Reboot!

I'm going to keep my rambling preamble (PRE-RAMBLE!) short this month because we had a great draft, and I'm excited for you to get to read it. This month's draft was mutually agreed upon as BEST REMAKE/REBOOT MOVIES! I partnered with three others as usual, and we came up with our draft. Choosing first overall... Continue Reading →

Jab’s Disney Reviews: The Rescuers

Penny: But if I don't get back to the orphanage... I'll never get adopted.Madame Medusa: Adopted? What makes you think anyone would want a homely little girl like you?Penny: *sheds a single tear* -- Seriously, HOLY SHIT THE RESCUERS (1977): Written by: Margery Sharp (Original Books), Larry Clemmons, Vance Gerry, Ken Anderson, Frank Thomas, Burny Mattinson, Fred Lucky, Dick... Continue Reading →

Jab’s Disney Reviews: Robin Hood

ROBIN HOOD (1973): Written by: Larry Clemmons, Ken Anderson, Vance Gerry, Frank Thomas, Eric Cleworth, Julius Svendsen & David Michener Robin Hood came out at a time when Disney's fortunes were a bit on the wane, and so some cost-cutting was required. After deciding to take the classic tale and make all the characters animals (a brilliant... Continue Reading →

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