Imagine a film with all the colorful characters, cute musical numbers and scenes of endearing innocence that Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory had but with less children and more blowjobs and you would have Alice in Wonderland.
The weirdest moments of the sexually overcharged cheesecake show that is the Queen's Blade series. Exiled Virgin, Evil Eye, Beautiful Warriors and Rebellion.
The late 90’s was the tail end of the glorious era of when “B” movies were “A” movies and for me "Starship Troopers" is a grand salute to everything that was good and absurd about the era. Being a great appreciator of irony, Director Paul Verhoeven hilariously made a 100 million dollar "B" movie complete with campy performances by fresh faced actors, highly quotable terrible dialogue and gooey practical effects monsters.
If you've ever driven through Burbank California you've no doubt seen the endless rows of unmarked warehouses that fill neighborhood. While most are crammed with old movie props and industrial supplies, behind the walls of one of those unassuming buildings the future of sports is happening.
I know one should not have high expectations of a movie thats based on a cartoon thats based on a children's toyline but I expected more from "Masters of the Universe" than the weird chop suey of clunky action and cringe worthy dialogue that it ultimately ended up being.
I should have expected a wild, strange and sexually scarring ride from a show who's opening scene has urination, a g-cup shapeshifter that shoots acidic breast milk and more tender white breast meat than 10,000 lifetimes of Thanksgiving dinners but I had no idea what I was getting myself into with the "Queen's Blade" series.
For me, sequels are a lot like seeing a hot girl wave to you. The initial burst of excitement is electric but its immediately slammed back down by reality's cruel hand when you realize as your waving back, that she's waving to the younger, thinner guy behind you. Thats how I felt when I saw Addams Family Values.
If TMNT 2 felt like a slap in the face, then TMNT 3 feels like getting hit by a car after finding out your girlfriend is dumping you for your best friend. There are few franchises that get out of a trilogy with their dignity intact and TMNT 3 is no exception.