Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: Lean on Me

Lean on Me, the story of Joe Clark leading the horrible Eastside High School of Paterson NJ, from lethargy to educational glory, used to be a real treat for Crunchy when it was shown on cable, which is often.  There wereblah blah blah…

Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: Remember the Titans

Not quite as wretch-inducingly sappy as Patch Adams, but not as inspirational as Rudy, Remember the Titans is a classic pile-on film, in a sports setting.  Racism and tolerance are the themes, right?  But then why pile on child identity,blah blah blah…

Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: The Golden Child

The Golden Child is one of the first Eddie Murphy films watched by Crunchy, so it will always have a special place in his memory.  As a supernatural picture, this departure for Murphy was a big hit despite its poor reviews.  In it,blah blah blah…

Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: Revenge of the Nerds

Did Revenge of the Nerds empower a young and awkward Crunchy so many years ago? When he was receiving scorn in the middle school years, for his unparalleled world-view and talent, did this film give Crunchy comfort and reassurance? Hmmm. Absolutely not.blah blah blah…

Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: Rocky III

Crunchyface is not afraid to admit that he is a Rocky aficionado.  The story of a local underdog defying the odds to become champion is a triumph that should live in the hearts of even the coldest of cynics. Asideblah blah blah…

Improving the Summer Films of 2013: Eight Original Movie Posters

Last summer, Crunchyface improved the season’s awful films by deftly manipulating the appalling movie posters that always accompany them. It was a tour de force of parody and wordplay. But look, don’t take my word for it, click here to beblah blah blah…