Monday, August 6, 2007

Arms Are For Hugging The Dandy Warhols

The Dandy WarholsOn The Dandy Warhol's MySpace Page, vocalist/guitarist Courtney Taylor-Taylor occasionally posts one line movie reviews. Sometimes thought provoking, - yet always entertaining - here are his reviews in all their cinematic glory. Rent a movie, grab some popcorn, and spend a "Night at the Movies" with The Dandy Warhols. Enjoy!

Alexander The Great (1956)
Every aspect of this movie is laughable.

All About Eve (1950)
How is it that one can see Bette Davis kick ass in the greatest feat of theatrical writing since Oscar Wilde for less than five bucks?

Arthur (1981)
Ham-fisted does not even begin to describe the dialogue in this visually stunning epic.

Day Of The Jackal (1973)
A no-bullshit European style thriller that is actually thrilling.

Designing Woman (1957)
If you're making a Cary Grant film, don't get Gregory Peck.

Gandhi (1982)
This powerful and compelling story appears to have been filmed for television.

Grizzly Man (2005)
I am horrified at how much of myself I see in this delusional retard who gets eaten by bears.

The Lady In The Water (2006)
The scary thing about this movie is that the funniest parts weren't meant to be funny.

Little Miss Sunshine (2006)
A kinder, gentler Tenenbaums.

Match Point (2005)
If you time it right and sleep through the first half, you will awaken to one of the greatest psycho thrillers of all time.

Once Upon A Time In The West (1968)
Long and boring, but at least it has a stupid ending.

The Silence Tystnaden (1963)
Never have boring and smart looked so sexy together.

Withnail and I (1987)
The English at their Englishy best.