*Note: This is the LAST #52PickUp post. To see how the series will live on click here.
The 90s was an important decade to my generation if only for the simple fact that it shined a light upon the polluting ways of the world. And media reflected that message of hope and climate change reversal in the form of many things, namely, Captain Planet. But since they didn’t make a movie for that, I watched the 1996 “eco-friendly comedy:”
Bio-Dome. I remembered loving this film. Pauly Shore was on fire in these few years with the likes of Encino Man, Son-in-Law, A Goofy Movie, Jury Duty, and In the Army Now. Bio-Dome was the last of this storied run.
Reason? Exhibit A: The “infamous” fart scene.
For this installment of #52PickUp, I delve into the fictional waters of Black Lake in Northern Maine to witness a killer croc, insults to Maine and its residents, and Betty White’s foul mouth.
I swear the movie is better than this poster.
Hey, if I watched a film for today, down by the bay, while laying in some hay, what do you say? If I just may, I saw the 1996 comedy (hey…):
One of the best posters ever.
*Note to self: Never do that rhyming shit again. Yikes. Continue reading
This week, I went in the semi-distant future to visit Earth when all of the polar ice caps have melted. Yes, I watched the financially disastrous 1995 post-apocalyptic film:
This week’s film will feel familiar and make you wonder if cryptomnesia happens more than you think:
Boy, it was difficult to find the time to write about these fifty-two films! I fell behind and had a crunch time (similar to the #DLMChallenge [and that was 368 films]) at the last few months (culminating in four entries in the very last week)!
To anyone who’s wondering what this series was about, then click here.
Now, a major regret… Continue reading
For Number 50, I chose a film at the very last minute over one that I was unable to find for a reasonable price. That film is: