Ten Inch Hero Reviews
Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, The Wedding Date, Love Actually, My Best Friend's Wedding, How to Steal a Million, How to Murder Your Wife, The Thomas Crown Affair, or What's New Pussycat. WARNING: No car chases; no one SHOOTS anyone: no prison scenes. Read Wikipedia's review. This is a fascinating catalog of the battle cries and infantry charges of the last decade in the war between the sexes. It explains how to fight, how to win and how to survive. It scoops off the ten most hair-raising and controversial sexual issues and tackles them in sequence at four minute intervals. If you loved either Annette of the Mickey Mouse Club or Julia Roberts or Audrey Hepburn, you'll love Trish and be willing to forgive Anna's pancake makeup. If you've ever slept with either one of the Beatle's former dates or a Ph.D. in psychology, you'll love this blockbuster for a couple thousand reasons. For the first sixty days, try to ration yourself to watching it no more than twice daily. Like the early airplane, computer, telephone and printing press, this film will be ignored by "the average American" for the next decade; if you don't have a graduate degree, try to watch it with someone who does. It's the most exciting, completely entertaining film ever made.
Most of the times, what's good for you it's right under your nose but you're too blinded to see it. You just need a little push. Stereotypes are wrong most of the times, and this film teaches you that
To explain the movie you really have to read the sign out front for when applying to the job:
"Normal people need not apply."
For all intensive purposes, a complete joy to watch.