3,000 Miles to Graceland
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3,000 Miles to Graceland Review

This movie, while both a critical and box office failure, is to me a good hidden gem example of a fun “garbage movie”. Take the preposterous plot that involves a large group of Elvis impersonators robbing a Vegas casino and then wind up turning on each other (have mercy!) leaving the two alpha males to… Continue reading 3,000 Miles to Graceland Review

Man on the Moon
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Man on the Moon Review

Man on the Moon is not a wrestling movie really, but a good portion of it is devoted to Andy Kauffman, who was an ahead of his time comedian and avant-guard provocateur and his dabblings in pro wrestling. It all started out with him wrestling women as a comedy skit, and evolved to him actually… Continue reading Man on the Moon Review

Ready to Rumble
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Ready to Rumble Review

If the people who ran World Wrestling Entertainment were as inept at what they do as the producers of this movie were at making a comedy, that form of entertainment would have went out of business decades ago. Ready to Rumble is a wrestling movie produced in conjunction with a wrestling company, that did in… Continue reading Ready to Rumble Review

Requiem for a Heavyweight
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Requiem for a Heavyweight Review

This is a very interesting and historically significant film for a number of reasons. In the opening scene we see Muhammad Ali (Still Cassius Clay at the time) in a boxing match with Mountain Rivera (Anthony Quinn) in a bout so one sided it forces Rivera to retire. Facing retirement now, Rivera finds that he… Continue reading Requiem for a Heavyweight Review

Stranger Than Fiction
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Stranger Than Fiction

Harold Crick breaks for the fourth wall of his own life when he discovers that he is in fact a character in a book being written in a parallel universe. He begins hearing strange voices that turn out to be the narrator of the movie and eventually discovers the half written manuscript and being mystified,… Continue reading Stranger Than Fiction

The Man Who Knew Too Much
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The Man Who Knew Too Much Review

Dr. Ben McKenna, (James Stewart) goes on holiday with his wife (Doris Day) and son in Morocco where they bump into a couple of strangers who will forever alter the course of their lives. The stranger winds up dead, and when they attempt to report his death they wind up mixed up in an assassination… Continue reading The Man Who Knew Too Much Review