During the animation boom of the mid-2000’s, Jerry Seinfeld himself concocted a movie idea, wrote the script, and voiced the main character. And somehow, against all odds, that movie ended up being utterly terrible. Here are the sins of Bee Movie. And no, we didn’t do anything regarding the f*cking Bee Movie meme, because we write sins and don’t adopt Internet memes. Good day, sir.
We’ve been looking at a lot of remakes, sequels and adaptations, so now it’s time to look at true originals. From the avant garde to the origins of film itself, it’s time to look at 5 of the most original films ever made.
We can all agree that coffee is awesome, but what would happen if our favorite beverage started seeping into classic movies? No, we’re not talking about that snorefest “Coffee and Cigarettes” (OMG that had so much talent but was so painful to watch!), no, we’re talking about everyday classics like Jurassic Park, Gremlins, etc. But with a caffeinated twist. Luckily our friends over at Coffee Tasting Club had the same idea and made these great movie posters to go along with it.
Americano Psycho, 2000 (dir. Mary Harron)
Patrick Bateman is handsome, intelligent, rich … and a total and utter psychopath. But that’s only because he missed out on his coffee this morning. One look at Paul Allen’s steaming latte macchiato and Patrick embarks on a murderous rampage that only ends when Dave from Accounts goes on a coffee run…
Ugh. This thing has gone on long enough. I say we call it after this one. Here are the sins of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, and there are a lot of them.
Home Alone 2: Lost In New York is basically the first movie all over again, only less funny, less original, and more sinful.