|Cena_mark - 2016-11-16 |
I've been searching for this.
I always wondered if they kept repeating Three Weddings and a Funeral was a joke, a tie in, or a sign of a really limited film library.
It looks like PolyGram Entertainment was one of the production companies for Four Weddings and a Funeral, and PolyGram was owned by Philips from 1980-1998. So, yeah, a tie-in.
This gives me fond memories of staying up late with my older brother to watch Hercules the legendary journeys. It would be on at midnight and this infomercial came after it many times. For some reason we found amusment in it and watched at least 3 three times.
|Maggot Brain - 2016-11-16 |
come on, lady
|Tough American Bouncer - 2016-11-16 |
Timmy is such a cunt.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2016-11-16 |
"Ya like BEARS Timmy....?"
|Kid Fenris - 2016-11-16 |
Burn Cycle really isn't so bad for a full-motion-video game, but eh, just get these kids a Super NES instead.
No, Sega Genesis was the best console around during this time. Blast Processing put them over.
It had a really crazy plot twist at the end as I recall.
Spoilers: Sol's consciousness is trapped in a female body because his original body was mutilated/killed by the antagonist. She doesn't seem to mind the changes much so it all works out.
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