I still don't understand what "If only all of Rome had just one neck" means.
And RIP Justin "JewWario" Carmichel.
It means he'd be able to kill/control ALL of Rome with one swing of an axe.
Or choke it to death.
Jesus, so many cameos. I like how the only cameo that The Snob reacted to with a positive attitude was "Kung Ti Ted".
I made sure that I saved this review for a special occasion, and I'm glad I did because it made a lot of the cameos a lot more enjoyable. If I had watched this episode back when I first discovered it, then I wouldn't have known anything about 80's Dan, Kung Ti Ted, Brad Tries, or The Big Box, and therefore I wouldn't have gotten the references.
This was a boatload of fun, you made this boring day into a frenzy of fun. Thank you so much Brad, your creativity never fails to make me smile.
The Latin character 'G' evolved from the letter 'C', when people finally had enough of mispronouncing people's names (CAIVS/GAIVS). Of course, that was three hundred years before Caligula's time, so he's using some really old Latin.
That last skit really put me In The Mood for some good music. Great video by the way, was a very funny episode!
Having watched this review again. I can only say that Snob should do a review of "The Robe" during Holy Week. It also feature an actor--Jay Robinson in "The Robe"--hamming it up but good as Caligula.
Because of the bad quality, I can't tell what movie the 'Snob was saying "I love you, I love you, I love you" about. Anybody recognize it?
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore.
Quotes from the cast and crew:
Peter O'Toole (first words to John Gielgud on set): "Hello, Johnny! What is a knight of the realm doing in a porno movie?"
John Gielgud (asked by Malcom McDowell about the set): "Oh, it's wonderful. I've never seen so much cock in my life."
Peter O'Toole (describing the film): "about as erotic as bath night on HMS Montclare."
Helen Mirren (describing the film): "an irresistable mix of art and genitals".
Malcom McDowell (after seeing the film for the first time): "I felt like a woman after she's been raped."
Tinto Brass (responding to McDowell asking him why the Roman soldiers aren't wearing any armor): "Cock and arse."
Some of the older archived videos of 2009 were brought over from the youtube account before thecinemasnob.com was created, so please forgive the lesser video quality of such as some did not transfer well.