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"D. Allen Simpson, Made In Alaska" <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 30 Mar 1995 20:33:52 CST
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        I found these in this week's LA Reader, and thought I should
pass them along to the subscribers.  Hope you get a chuckle or two, as
I did.
        _Playing At A Theater Near You_
The Brady Bill Movie:  In a fit of pique, Jan purchases an assault
weapon and takes out her sibs.  Plumb crazy.
Bullets Overs Bosnia:  Auteur Woody Orwoodany turns a perceptive
eye to the plight of upper-class neurotics in Sarajevo.
Cobb-The Man, The Salad, The Corn Delivery System: Billy Sol Estes
shows remarkable versatility in a triple role.
Dom and Dahmer:  The notorious serial killer discovers that his
eyes are bigger than his stomach when he attempts to consume the
rotund funnyman in one sitting.  Thomas Haden Church and Paul
Prudhomme star.  With Boys On The Side.
Forrest Dump:  Answers the age-old question, "Does a bear s**t
in the woods?"  Max Baer Jr. and a terrified James Woods star.
Four Brisses and a Funeral: The fifth in a series of simple
operations goes horribly awry.
Hoot Dreams:  Two inner-city teenagers aspire to become
professional owls.
The Loin King: Not surprisingly, Disney is suing over this XXXX-
rated knockoff. [Who knows if this will really come true?]
The Madness of Boy George: So, what's new?
Pup Fiction: Quentin Tarantino's development deal with Disney
comes to a sorry end, in this PG-rated feature, where the
orphaned offpsring of the original Reservoir Dogs are taken in
by a kindly hit man.
Really Eensy-Teensy Women: A nerdy scientist (Rick Moron-is)
shrinks the March girls to subatomic size, in this stupid
Disney sequelto the Louisa May Epcot classic.
The Wild Brady Bunch:  In a fit of pique, Jan purchases an
assault weapson and takes out her sibs, in slow motion.
        I take *no* credit for these, just thought I would pass
them along.  Doug Simpson