Harold and Maude
Directed by: Hal Ashby
Written by: Colin Higgins
Starring: Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort
Seanbaby: We already brilliantly deconstructed this movie by mostly talking about how Ruth Gordon would have been better cast as a medical cadaver than as a romantic lead. Clearly we had nothing left to review, so I turned to the ultimate fruitcake generator-- The Internet Movie Database's user reviews. They didn't let me down.
Some pansy named bdeanrob said this (probably through a mouth filled with penis):
"To appreciate this film, one needs to transcend the darker and more eccentric moments of the story to understand its profound affirmation of life."
I'm not sure I did enough transcendence to get to the really funny affirmation part of Harold and Maude, but here's something I AM sure about: when this fruitcake wrote that, he was wearing a bra and panties.
Calculando Calrissian 2000: A bra and panties? Soon, this human wasteland will wear only the blistering burden of DOOM!
Seanbaby: Right, and the blistering burden of doom. Speaking of...
The Man Who Knew Too Little
Directed by: Jon Amiel
Written by: Robert Farrar & Howard Franklin
Starring: Bill Murray, Peter Gallagher
Calculando Calrissian 2000: Hello, flesh. Here is something Bill Murray probably would have said on the set of Charlie's Angels, only a magnitude funnier than my deadly mind is programmed to simulate: "Cameron, get your and Drew's clothes and get out of my trailer. You too, Lucy."
Seanbaby: On my personal IFLS list that this is the funniest movie ever made. I wasn't lying. Bill Murray is better than we as a people deserve. Peter Gallagher was in this movie too, which is one of the reasons we're about to show you a grim view of the near possible-future: