Hell Baby Reviews
Just not in this movie.
Remind yourself, if you please, of an episode of Saturday Night Live where the spoof's grab video ends, "You are going to hell."
Artful blend of Generation X multimedia cultural conditioning, this film has zest all the way down to certain deconstruction of 'That 70s Show'.
Not much a drop was wasted of scathing rip after scathing rip of retro indecency come back to haunt the living with all the living terror of hellfire eternal.
Sure, you can live live over again the same way twice. But taking all those jabs from 1990s film fare should had taught you a thing or two by now. And if ever there was someone who took a deep stab into the problem of youth angst, I think this comedy duo would had been somewhere in the shadows on the spot with a couple active lenses, taking in the strew at full effect.
Oh, it's not 5-star fare, but I'm rating this as a B movie. It's got quite a hefty lot of flair both for masochist and hedonist alike.
Never underestimate human nature. The chemistry in this film seems to be well-studied and unafraid of achieving a service to the viewer who gets the most straightforward of messages right perfectly, the first time through.
So, what's the grab here? It's not crap, and it belongs to a generation of film that you'll rarely see these days where the production crew has somehow got talent. Oh, there's nothing so obvious as a stamp that officiates the culture within a culture that this assembly of personalities represents. But then, the film clearly doesn't need one to succeed.
You can't judge a book by its cover nor by its ways. I think you'll be amazed at how simple it can be to follow the program and seriously entertain what to do when faced with such obvious conclusion that when you watch this film, where it shall be taking you. You'll need that very sort of pose to enjoy the ride, IMO, which seems to explain its ingenuity.