This is awesome! I wonder how many other 90's film sites are still active?
That reminds me of an extra footage from the first AVGN DVD in which he calls the Wally Bear hotline just to see if it still exists. He says it's creepy, it's like seeing a ghost because this hotline still exists, giving advices on drugs to people who never call.
The Lucha Kittens: you know they'd beat your favourite tag-team.
Post by Clash Is Not A Meter Maid #BLM on Dec 30, 2010 6:21:49 GMT -5
You know what I love most about this movie? The moral of its story is pretty much "Michael Jordan is better than you and your future children".
I always imagined MJ pitching a script to Warner Bros. where people stood around and spoke in hushed tones about how wonderful he was, and WB decided to use the Looney Tunes to craft a story that wouldn't put people to sleep while still capitalizing on MJ's marketability.
I am still trying to figure out when the last time I saw the MIB site was still up. Not the up to date one with an advertisement for the Blu-Ray version, but it had several different pages for aliens, guns, etc. Also, not so much 90s, but early 2000s, but the websites for the movies "Bait" and "3000 Miles To Graceland" are still up. It even says "Get Shockwave" or "Real Video". Man, how late 90s early 2000s can you get?
Post by FroYo Room Temperature on Dec 30, 2010 11:39:08 GMT -5
My brother and I were talking about Space Jam. He said that he thought that the aliens went too big for their team and no one could defend Jordan one on one. I argued that they would play zone and since Jordan played in a time where there was no zone in the NBA he would be confused and the shot blocking would become important if he did slip by an alien.
Its sad what I didn't want to happened wasn't what happened