Yeah, yeah… knowing is half the battle, but what’s the other half? This week’s ATB dares to watch GI JOE: THE MOVIE to find out, and the answer isn’t pretty.
'Addicted to Bad'
Have you got the touch? Are you an instrument of destruction? Do you have fond memories of TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE? Ever get the urge to wreck those memories by watching it again as a grownup? If so, why not wreck them in style with the newly announced Criterion Collection edition? EXCLUSIVE details, only in ATB!
The big holidays are right around the corner, and ATB has an early present just for you: Neglected holiday movies! But are the movies neglected or the holidays? Or is it both? You’ll just have to find out yourself… PLUS: New details about Nick & Jessica’s breakup!
Addicted To Bad: On the Failure of “You Got Served” to Penetrate Popular Consciousness, or Who Got Served?
There was a time not long ago when vicious gangs of dancers would challenge one another to no-holds-barred dance battles with the words YOU GOT SERVED. Fortunately, those days are behind us, but won’t you join ATB for a loving look back?
So the last movie only made $200 million at the box office. That’s no reason to believe in a “SUPERMAN Curse,” right? Right? This week’s ATB dares to ask if there are other comic book movie curses out there…
This week, we ask not what PURE COUNTRY can do for you, but what you can do about PURE COUNTRY. Not watching it is a pretty good start. But if you’re dying for a mediocre George Strait movies, then… you should probably still avoid it. It’s awful.
Knock, knock… Who’s there? Orange you glad I didn’t say “Milla Jovovich, devil dogs, and an incomprehensible plot”? Because that would mean you’re watching RESIDENT EVIL, sucker!
Forget studying, flash cards and practice tests! Addicted to Bad has the proven, PAY IT FORWARD method of guaranteed A’s! Sure, it involves letting your horribly disfigured teacher score with your mom, but you want to get into a good school, right?
In the months leading up to its release, FINAL FANTASY: THE SPIRITS WITHIN, based on the long-running video game series, was hailed as a wonder of technological achievement. Reports surfaced that dozens of programmers spent more than a year animating just the lead character’s hair, while other sources claimed that the programmers took about three weeks to do the hair, and spent the rest of the year trying to look busy when anyone was looking.