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|Jul 13th, 2009 04:50 PM|
|mburbank||My daughters loathe the brothers Jonas. And you're wrong about my Zaccy.|
|Jul 13th, 2009 03:05 AM|
|Tadao||Thank God! I thought he might try to collect child support from one of us.|
|Jul 13th, 2009 03:02 AM|
|Y-Hat||Whoops, accidentally called the reviewer -RoG- without checking who wrote the review first. Replace -RoG- with "Mr. Burbank" and you'll have my correct response.|
|Jul 13th, 2009 12:00 AM|
|Tadao||Mr. Barr, you're a mother? Congratulations!|
|Jul 12th, 2009 11:45 PM|
-RoG-, hand in your movie fan card because your daughters have infected your mind. This entire franchise is nothing more than a quarter-assed rip-off of Grease and flaunts Disney's recent creative bankruptcy. Granted, Disney's live action movies were never its strong suit, even in the Walt Disney days... but they're relying more than ever on them and manufactured celebrities.
Also, Zac Efron has made it clear that he wants to move on from this series and become a more serious actor. Sorry, but in my book you've poisoned the well on your future acting career. A guest appearance on the new season of Entourage won't change my mind.
One more thing, -RoG-: If your daughters like the Jonas Brothers, you have failed as a parent.
|Jul 10th, 2009 01:46 PM|
|moejoe11||*sigh* i've seen it but don't really remember it. I got the dvd for my birthday (way back in April) so now I need to open it and press play. don't judge me, my father and stepmum bought me 1st and 2nd movies so they bought me the third to compleate the collection.|
|May 31st, 2009 07:41 PM|
|testtube||Its no Breakin... shit its not even You Got Served...|
|May 12th, 2009 09:30 PM|
|brokensaint82||considerin my neice is like in love with the lead guy on it, cant remember his name, and I'm her ride i was forced to see this, after a mild burnin not unlike that which i get entering a church or any other holy structure i found myself ammused by the antics...and yet the darkness inside me grew until finally, a fell into a deep sleep from which i would not wake, then woke up lit a cigarette and got kicked out of the theater|
|May 12th, 2009 10:26 AM|
|mburbank||Okay, so that means you haven't seen the film so you don't know and I'll wager you've never had your bag stapled anywhere.|
|May 12th, 2009 09:48 AM|
|Captain PirateFace||What a waste of film. I would rather have my balls stapled to my eyelids then watch this film.|
|May 5th, 2009 04:43 PM|
High School Musical 3 is about the most blatant and deliberate gay allegory ever made in recent Hollywood.
All the explicit stuff about career and study choices after graduating is a total smokescreen. The film's seeming chasteness neatly offsets any conflicts with the subtext of the boy-girl sexual chemistry. It certainly isn't an old-fashioned warning against teenage sexual precocity, as over-optimistically suggested in some conservative circles. On the contrary, it's ONLY about sex!
Nearly all the male protagonists (apart from perhaps the geeky token hetero 'Rocket Man' character) are questioning their sexuality to one degree or another - and, as in the long history of film musicals, the stories' subtexts are all told in an obvious code through the songs (via the lyrics and the language of the elaborate dance routines) and the overall plot development, with theatre and basketball being the most obvious symbols of homo and heterosexuality.
If you don't believe me, here are the lyrics to the song "Scream:"
Voices in my head
Tell me they know best
Got me on the edge
they're pushin', pushin',
I know they've got a plan
But the balls in my hands
This time its man-to-man,
I'm driving, fighting inside
A world that's upside down
What do I do now? Without you
I don't know, where to go, what's the right team?
I want my own thing. So bad I'm gonna Scream!
I can't choose, so confused! What's it all mean?
I want my own dream. So bad I'm gonna Scream!
|May 5th, 2009 05:43 AM|
|hisholiness||That brunette chick has a hairy bush.|
|May 4th, 2009 09:36 PM|
|Tadao||I'm sure Max's cheap ass is gonna spring for Hannah Montana tickets.|
|May 4th, 2009 03:44 PM|
|Pentegarn||When is the review on Teen Witch coming Max?|
|May 4th, 2009 03:27 PM|
|spleek||Since we have the Cobra command strongly represented here I propose that Mr.Burbank review GIJoe:Resolute in the near future?? That is, if he can squeeze it in amoung the HSMusical viewings???|
|May 4th, 2009 01:46 PM|
|mburbank||I get you reference, Al Sobuyadese.|
|May 4th, 2009 01:33 PM|
Hold your ground men! My fellow nerds!
I see in your eyes the same fear of the cheesy Disney crap that would claim me!
A day may come that people will look back on High School Musical and declare it the new camp. But it is not this day.
A day may come, where people will look back on shows that were canceled after one season from this year and hail them as forgotten treasures, looking for any piece of memorabilia they can find... but it is not this day!
This day we watch House and Family Guy!
For all that you hold dear, I bid you watch the semi-decent entertainment now and wait to see what becomes cult later! Rise! Men of the Nets!
|May 4th, 2009 10:02 AM|
|mburbank||Who, me, or the guy who posted right before you?|
|May 3rd, 2009 11:35 PM|
|Poxpower||So you're gay now? Is this what this is about?|
|May 3rd, 2009 07:58 PM|
|Marthaeus Autolykos||This reminds me a lot of a musical I had the misfortune of performing in during my high school years. I absolutely HATE musicals; it causes a total loss of "suspension of disbelief." It's like a scenario in which somebody's mom dies so he spontaneously bursts into a synchronized song and dance routine with 20 random strangers he's never before met in his life. It's simply far too phony and I can't deal with it. Anyhow, I was horrified to discover that the main production of my senior year was a musical called "Homeroom" after I was cast and handed a script. Skimming through the dialoge revealed a tome of inane drivel and whining. "Wahh, I have too much homework." "Wahhh my parents don't understand me." "Waaahhhh girls don't like me." "Waaaah my parents might be getting a divorce." Consequently, I reinvented my character as the "you think YOU have problems?" tough guy who spent a lot of time rolling eyes in disgust, and for my obligatory musical numbers, I went for a "Mackie Messer" vocal style to further emphasize my disdain over this production....and it startled me that people flagged me down for quite a while asking for autographs...and I wasn't even "acting."|
|May 3rd, 2009 11:29 AM|
|Tetsu Deinonychus||Yep! They did alot of made for TV remakes of their classic films in the late '90s. It was also when the Disney Channel was first starting to target the teens.|
|May 3rd, 2009 03:10 AM|
|Copper||Wait, they did a remake *before* the one with Dwayne Johnson?|
|May 2nd, 2009 09:14 PM|
I'm with Max on this.
You guys just don't appreciate the wonderful ridiculousness of cheesy Disney-channel nonsense.
Trust me, Disney channel stuff is just as hilariously bad as many of the cheesy, 80s horror/sci-fi/action movies we all hold so dear, and for many of the same reasons.
Anybody ever see the made for TV remake of Witch Mountain back in the late '90s?
|May 2nd, 2009 04:12 PM|
|Nick||I think Proto has the right idea about this.|
|May 2nd, 2009 09:54 AM|
|Julio||I haven't seen any of those flicks so, if they are as good as Max says, maybe the one deserving the gut punch is me.|
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