Omelettes: Splash, True Grit, Meatballs, Godfather, Temptation, South Pacific, Fried Green Tomatoes
What's Wrong with Yesterday's Menu: Here the egg-centred theme suffers a change into a broadly Deutscho-American selection of dishes like Chicken Schnitzel and Salisbury Steak. What raises the Main Attractions section from mediocrity is the bizarre Rodeo Chicken, which (as readers recall) was advertised on the Humpty's Marquee as "Rodeo Chicken Without the Rodeo Smell". That's the smell of heat, dust and shit, as far as I can figure out. Rodeo Chicken is two broiled chicken breasts, sprinkled with grated and very nearly melted cheddar cheese, and smothered in barbecue sauce. It's not precisely bad, but it's more like fancy camping food than anything else.
It turns out that wiener schnitzel is not made of wieners and not affiliated with the band Schnitzel, who with the release of Duck on Bike "rock harder than ever," despite changing band members throughout the 90s. Which makes me wonder: how many band members can pass through a band before it's no longer that band? How many members of The New Power Generation have to sit on Prince before he just stops singing?
Favourite Hulk sound: THOOOM! The extra "O" is for "Oh my God he just came through the fucking WALL!"
HIGHLIGHTS FROM IMDB REVIEWS FOR "CONFESSIONS OF A DANGEROUS MIND"
Sam Rockwell was Chuch Barris
...why did it take [George Clooney] 10 or 12 years to succeed in Hollywood with his looks and family? Obviously he is not the most intelligent guy.
A good independent movie is one where the cameos are surprising and different [Brad Pitt and Matt Damon show up briefly; this fellow would prefer Ted Knight and Carol O'Connor, I guess].
Go see it for Rutger!
I liked most of Adaptation, but even that movie ended up having a very odd last 15 minutes.
Sam Rockwell - I always knew he was a fine, raw actor, ever since I saw him in Lawn Dogs (1997).
Adaptation was a masterpiece...
I'm just surprised [Kaufman] didn't write himself into this film.
It had a real copycat Sodenburg style, but not the intelligence behind it to pull it off.
Nonetheless, this film was a film effort on everyone's part.
Perhaps in a few years, around 3am on HBO when watching an informercial is your only other alternative will be a good time to watch this.
I won't go into the story, but I would to say that I liked it.
[Clooney] perfectly captured that feeling that reruns on the Game Show Network just can't pull off.
Retracted on 2003-02-12::3:35 p.m.
parode - exode