Uhm… uhm… why do I have this bluray again? Hm…
Oh… I think… I bought it because I was watching the commentaries on a horror movie, and the special effects guy said that this was the best? Something like that?
Buying this based on that sounds like something I’d do.
But I don’t know anything about this. And the first couple minutes look awfully cheesy.
That’s not an extensive movie directing career… but he’s done a tons of TV shows. Including two Twin Peaks s2 episodes. And just…
… an endless number of TV things.
Bit I guess it’s not CSI: Fumblebum, so it’s a bit more high class.
As I guess you can tell by my imdb-ing so much while watching this: I’m really, really bored by this. I give it ten more minutes, and then I’m ditching it.
This movie explores the depths of human emotions. It incorporates dramatic struggles ranging from a family being ripped apart because of a divorce (all too common in this work-a-day society), and a complex friendship being stretched to the limit because of the legendary California Videogame Championship.
So this is a movie beloved by assholes?
OK, five more minutes and I’m ditching this. Unless something interesting happens.
Well, OK, there’s a plot forming…
OK, I’m ditching this at 28 minutes.
It’s not … The Worst Movie Ever or anything, but I have zero interest in watching this.
The Wizard. Todd Holland. 1989. ☐