Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: “Crocodile” Dundee

Australia didn’t want him anymore–they were tired of him, and still don’t like him.  Ask them.  So they shipped him to us. Dear God.   Paul Hogan came onto the scene in the delightful 1986 comedy, “Crocodile” Dundee, and brought blah blah blah…

Daily Words of Wisdom by Keanu Reeves…And Other Rejected iPhone Apps

Surprisingly, your major phone companies–your Apples and Samsungs and such–don’t always allow licensing for just any app. If the app is deemed “offensive” or “dangerous,” it may never see your phone. The following list represents ten apps invented by Crunchyface, blah blah blah…

(The First) Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: The Goonies

The Goonies was on just recently, and in viewing it for the 847th time,  it is clear that there has never been a more implausable movie.  For years Crunchy has wanted to write a book on movies just like the blah blah blah…

Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: Titanic

When it comes to Academy Award nominees and winners, Hollywood has made some notable mistakes over the years so sayeth Crunchy.  Lost In Translation was dull and repetitive and any insight gleaned from two Americans getting drunk in Japan, while sort of half-talking about blah blah blah…

Board Games the Movie!

It feels like filmmakers and producers are now taking any person or brand with name recognition, and fashioning it into a slap-dash entertainment.  There is no risk anymore-producers are selling the name before the art is even created. Since the blah blah blah…

Refusing to Suspend My Disbelief: The Karate Kid (1984)

The Karate Kid is wonderful and inspirational and a quintessential example of ’80s triumph. But to get there, I’m afraid, quite a few liberties were taken with the audience’s intelligence, and though Crunchy loves the movie, he feels the need to blah blah blah…