thanks brad for dong this one
Jeez at least put in some effort in the video Brad, you sound really bored in the beginning. Maybe it's a sign that it's back in the saddle again for the Cinema Snob.
I'm glad I checked your username before reading the comment.
You still read the comment if you're responding to me right now. So yeah, you lose this round.
Nice intro to a sure-to-be kickass theme month!
Tell me more, tell me more, did Lloyd put up a fight? No, really, did he put up a fight? I've heard that cats don't like getting baths.
Poor Sid Caesar! It's like he wants to get out of the film by drowning himself!
actually that wasn't him he was the Coach. that's a different teacher
I've been looking forward to that month of the year where The Cinema Snob get's to review musical movies that are way better than Nudist Colony of the Dead. I hope to see a review of the Stallone movie "Rhinestone."
3:36- Thank God for the "no smoking on campus" policies nowadays.
Admittedly, I've only seen the first Grease from start to finish and not this one, but I've already knew way back in The Nostalgia Chicks review that most of the songs in this movie are about sex. And I'm actually happy that this movie doesn't have songs about "coming."
8:15- I never thought I'd see the image of a freshman college student going on a date with an girl who must be in the 8th grade.
10:00- And then she fell off the ladder, crashed through the window, fell a few stories, and became Catwoman. ...Sorry, I had to make a Batman Returns joke somewhere.
13:23- Really? I thought they were steeling from the Back to the Future soundtrack.
23:05- And then Freddy Kruger crashed the pool party, and killed a few teens.
Maybe nowadays, they can revamp the Grease franchise by introducing a Grease cinematic universe. ...But probably not.
Grease and West Side Story, with the Outsiders for Phase Three.
I think I better start on that shot on video pornographic religious musical so I can get it "snobbed" next year. I can finally make enough money for the latest Taco Bell cheese and bologna quesoburrito!
PS keep up the good work.
Any chance of seeing "Forbidden Zone" this year?
Wait, Empire Records? Holy shit, that's Rex Manning?
I knew the fact that I haven't seen Grease yet would catch up with me. Now I have to watch it just to watch this Snob review! Goddamn it, it's the Caddyshack 2 review all over again!
Yo, Brad, have you ever seen the Allan Arkush movie "Get Crazy"? I feel like it would be a good subject for a Musical March (In September) installment. It's batshit insane, and Malcolm McDowell is in it, so it's probably a bit up your street.
Oh yeah I remember catching some of that movie on cable at some time. It had a talking dick and Lou Reed from what I recall.
And not a single non-white person was seen.
Lisztomania would be perfect for the snob.
Lisztomania is perfect all-around. Unless one has a fear of 10 foot penises.
Holy fucking shit! This makes me hate musicals even more now! And I still don't buy "Grease" being the "highest-grossing" film in 1978! People actually thought THAT was entertaining? Must've been the amount of drugs they took to enjoy it.
Hey Fuck You Cunt! Grease is a good movie, AND it's documented that it's a high grosser. People can like whatever they want to like. Stop acting like Hitler and shut the fuck up.
This guy SAYS what we're all THINKING!
Rickhead, is that you?
I wonder if there's an all-musical porn to review?
Here you go:
That's a good idea. The Snob could review the Snob reviewing a movie. I bet he would find himself pretentious.
Damn Snob. Your title card's as creepy as the Necromantik one. And no Sgt Pepper references? For shame.
Any chance there will be a Turkish musical this year?
So Brad, are you gonna do a review for Rampage 3 like you did with part 2?
Weird. Having incredible trouble playing this. Have tried all sorts of things, nothing works. Doesn't seem to want to play, when it does, past about the ten and a half minute mark, either.
hey Brad get this, that Girl Dolores who looked like she was in 8 grade. was about 15 or 16 at the time. and later on if you watch Californication no joke ladies and gents, that's Marcy! as a teenager!
Thanks for posting this, Brad. I'm ashamed to admit I actually liked this film. Sure on its surface it's a reverse of the first movie, but I thought the secret identity subplot was a fresh enough twist. Nowadays movies like that are a dime a dozen (with superhero films coming out every few months) but back then they were tougher to do. I can only think of Iron Eagle, Pump up the Volume and this film off the top of my head to do a non superhero related secret identity story but I'm sure there are others.
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.