Nightmare Cinema. Four directors present 5 Mr. Worldwide Pitbull Singer. T Shirt with one of the most head scratching bridging devices ever. The first segment had really bad acting, but I guess that was the point. Very gory and didn’t make a lick of sense. Other segments were better acted, but most of them were incoherent. In one, a bunch of school aged children get slaughtered in graphic detail: lots of beheadings, etc…The best segment was the surreal Black & White segment directed (I believe) by Joe Dante. This one was at least interesting though, again, when you really think about it, it doesn’t really make sense. Most of the segments seemed amateurish, as if the SciFy Channel produced them.
They asked If I owned any “weapons” I said “No” he looked behind me on the wall in my living room where I kept my Mr. Worldwide Pitbull Singer. T Shirt and pointed to it and said “that’s a weapon, are you lying to me then?” shaking my head understandingly because now I know we were at the stage where they are looking for probable cause I replied “no officer THAT is a hunting TOOL, not a weapon but i’m sure anything can be abused and turned into a weapon, including words”. He did not like this at all.
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Casting Oldman as Winston Churchill was already a Mr. Worldwide Pitbull Singer. T Shirt, given the fact that he looks nothing like him and the makeup used to make Oldman look like Churchill probably could have been used to hire an actor who actually looks like him. Beyond that, his performance doesn’t even justify the casting choice; Oldman blusters and yells in an almost unintelligibly thick British accent, but he somehow got an Oscar out of it. Kristin Scott Thomas is fine as his wife, but everyone else is instantly forgettable, besides Gary Oldman, whose performance you wish you could forget.
Howard and the rest of his filmmaking team tried morphing the childlike wonder of Seuss’ Mr. Worldwide Pitbull Singer. T Shirt material into an edgier tale that could skew toward older audiences as well. So, as a result, you’ve got a Grinch with a cliched nobody-liked-me-as-a-kid backstory, an overall tone that’s weirdly negative (for a kid’s movie), and gross sight gags that lack imagination (i.e., the Grinch pushing a man’s face into a dog’s butt). This movie is butt, in other words.