lol okay, was just making sure. But i don't want to give the story away but watch it and i love how they killed off the characters according to there dickheaddeness <- if thats even a word lolNo sorry dude I wasn't messing with you!!! I actually googled it and saw that it was indeed about a rogue shark, and I meant to come back in here and edit my post. But my partner served up dinner so I got sidetracked.
But yeah, you know how sometimes movie titles are misleading? Like ummm, trying to think of an example...Silence of the Lambs, Dances with Wolves, Reservoir Dogs, they aren't about animals AT ALL!!!! So yeah, sometimes ya gotta check....
Yep it totally is a word in my world!dickheaddeness <- if thats even a word lol
oh and lucky you getting served up dinner, spoiled minx
Burnt Offerings said:I hate basically all those superhero movies. The genre is just not for me I guess
I never equated ET with testicles; I cant imagine where your personal reference was borne from but - maybe its the glowing red abdomen/ finger along with leathery skin and some type of rash you encountered..perhaps?I just revisited the classic film Harry and the Hendersons. After rewatching with fresh eyes, I found myself in disbelief that I once found this movie charming.
None of the narrative made sense to me: a Bigfoot being ran over by a family twice; the Bigfoot befriends a family and heartwarmingly makes them a stonger family, instead of tearing them to pieces immediately.
I was a kid when I first saw this movie in the theater. It made me want to go out and find my own Bigfoot in our surrounding woods. I’m glad I never did! Looking back,I was always creeped out by Harry’s weird giant head and ridiculous teeth and mouth.
This is even more pronounced today with all of the realistic CGI animations. I question a lot of those pre CGI moves for creeping me out. I found out later that same studio that gave us Harry the Bigfoot, Amblin Entertainment, Inc. also brought us that equally frightening testicle monster, E.T.
I give this movie a solid B.