I have my Bruce “Don’t Call Me Ash” Campbell bookmark and a pocket full of memories… or is that a popcorn shell?

Well, we’re back from the Fashion Square Mall and seeing Man with the Screaming Brain, and I must say it was magnificently bad. In fact, I declare that it is the most wondrously horrible movie ever to take brain transplants, wanton sex, cat fights, exploding Vespas, mad scientists, ex-KGB agents, billionaire industrialists, crash test dummy robots and a Russian wannabe rapper and mix them together. Well, ok, there was Titanic, but was that set in Bulgaria? No, it wasn’t, Mr. Smarty Pants. So there!

It was worth the price of admission just for Bruce Campbell’s intro and Q&A before the movie. This is one seriously cool and funny guy. There should be more Bruce Campbells. In fact, I think that cloning would get all the Federal funding it needed, if scientists would just promise to only clone Bruce Campbell. (Actually, I think that’s his next movie…)

2 Comments so far

  1. Jenn (unregistered) on August 17th, 2005 @ 9:08 am

    I was at the Fashion Square Mall Cinema last night too, around 8 pm to see Dukes of Hazzard. I saw the crazy people over at the comic shop earlier. Last week when I went to see Must Love Dogs, I saw the premire of Man with a Screaming Brain. It did look dorky and low budget.

    Once we got out of the movies last night around 10:35 pm we came out and there was a ton of people waiting in line to see the midnight showing of the movie sitting up against the wall where the movie posters are and sitting in the food court area. I wondered if anyone from on here went. Thanks for the heads up on how the movie went Sol. :0)

  2. Solonor (unregistered) on August 17th, 2005 @ 9:13 am

    Make no mistake, it was funny as hell (depending on your sense of humor). And I’ll take an intentionally bad sci-fi movie over a remake of a bad TV show any day of the week! :)

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