I watched about the last 40 min of Ford v Ferrari last night. No need to watch it all I saw what I needed and it entertained me lol. I will often watch part of a movie, I'm weird like that.
I don't give a crap about cars are car races, but I really liked this movie too -- really entertaining. The scene with where Enzo Ferrari shuts down the slick Ford dudes: "Go back to Michigan . . . and tell. Your boss he's . . . Anyway. It was memorable and great fun to watch.I watched about the last 40 min of Ford v Ferrari last night. No need to watch it all I saw what I needed and it entertained me lol. I will often watch part of a movie, I'm weird like that.
I'm a big fan of Bosch too (both written and the series).you need to talk to Mathew McConaughey. He and Titus, as Harry Bosch and Mickey Haller, would be something to see.
To be fair, Mystery Men was an unremittent tire fire.Timestamp to jimmy kimmel, gotta hand it to him he really nailed this prophecy about jeff ross
Ben stiller was the absolute worst showing i've ever seen on one of these, didn't laugh at any of the jokes, indignant face everytime they joke about him, then when its his turn on the podium he's not funny at all.
and holy shit DR RUTH is *STILL ALIVE** to this day
At the end when jeff ross comes on he says Mystery Men was so bad I fired MY agent.
and then it shows ben stiller mouthing the words (43:50) " I actually fired mine" WHAAAAATTT he fired his agent over mystery men.
Me too. I liked the invisible boy, who could only turn invisible when no one was watching, lol. Also the guy (Hank Azaria) whose power is throwing silverware. And WH Macy, who shovels stuff, but shovels it--really well.I enjoyed it personally lol. I thought Mr. Furious was funny.
I haven't thought about it for a while, but Werner Herzog's documentary about the bear guy is worth seeing. The guy saw himself as the bear-whisperer, the bear protector, ending up on things like Letterman, telling his bear stories.