Oh *beep* yes! I used to *tweep* love that *zingpop* movie. My future's so bright, I gotta wear shades. *honk*
And now I have to watch Kuffs. Sorry, I mean, now I GET to watch Kuffs.
Okay, I'll be honest, I listened to this without watching the actual movie. I'm still trying to build up the strength to accomplish that task. If I promise to watch Kuffs, will you promise to watch Gone with the Wind? Anyway, while I still think these commentaries benefit from multiple voices to play off one another and minimize gaps, this commentary was an improvement over the last one. Good job.
I do believe your are now listed as the foremost Kuffs scholar, where ever it is they list things like that. Great solo commentary, though with Christian Slater's constant addresses to the camera it's almost like he was right there with you. This was my first viewing of Kuffs and by far my favorite part of the movie was Leon Rippy's increasingly insane yet entertaining shirt collection. It was worth watching just for that.
Leon Rippy's shirts are the second-best thing in the world. The best thing in the world is the name "Leon Rippy"
You did a fantastic job, Patrick. Recording a solo commentary has gotta be difficult and uncomfortable, but you remained interesting, funny, and engaging throughout (even if you made me feel sleazy for always laughing at the "love and kisses on all your pink parts" line). Really enjoyed it. IMPORTANT QUESTION: did you ever think of what the other movie was that you were picturing the "Uzi pose" from?
Thanks, JP. I did! It's Point Break. And I don't think the guy is even holding an Uzi. But he sticks his chest out way too far so that you can really see it when his chest squibs.Don't feel sleazy. I admitted to checking out Maya's butt.
The chief's wife is played by Alexandra Paul, who is mostly known by mainstream audiences as being in "Baywatch". However, most horror fans know her from "Christine". She was also in the Canadian horror film, "The Paper Boy"(Not the Lee Daniel's one).
Yes! Thank you. I forgot to look it up.
Patrick, listened to your commentary as I watched Kuffs for the first time. I really enjoyed it (the commentary, not so much the movie). I commend you as it has to be a tough task. My only comment is don't apologize for the couple of short pauses.. I wouldn't even have noticed if you hadn't pointed them out. Richard Donner's commentary for the latest Lethal Weapon Blu-Rays is all long pauses.. so you already have a step up on him!The only question is what will you choose next to close out the "Corn-Water Commentary Trilogy"? As we know corn-water is among the deadliest of waters.
Got around to watching and listening to this today. No need for disclaimers or caveats here, Patrick you did a great job. Thoroughly enjoyable yet again. A commentary being done for this movie is one of the reason I enjoy being part of this online community so much. My tastes, or more accurately my movie watching history and trends, are so well represented here with opinions often being reflective of my own. I like to hear that im right. Kuffs is such a sentimental favourite of mine due to it being one of the VHS/recorded from TV movies that got overplayed in my youff. Hadnt seen this since then. Way to shit on my childhood. This was just like when I revisited Neverending Story in the 90s. Screw it, I still really like this movie, warts/tonal inconsistencies/broad-broad comedy and all. I really enjoy Tony Goldwyn in this movie, maybe even more than Slater."No, the height of comedy is when the guy actually shits". Quote of the show.Corn-Water Trilogy!
Thanks, Brad! Ours is the best community. Want to know how lucky we are? We can record a feature-length commentary for a movie as despised/totally forgotten as Kuffs and our community not only will give it a chance, they're happy about it.If they hadn't given Tony Goldwyn that embarrassing scene when he's drugged, he would have anchored this movie.We MUST find another Corn Water movie.Thanks again. it means a lot.