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Film Review - Dead Presidents
So, we go to the video store. We rent Dead Presidents, take it home and the tape doesn't work. Bummer. We return the tape, but there are no more copies of Dead Presidents. We get something else.
Two weeks later we go to the video store. We rent Dead Presidents. On the way home, we stop by the convenience store and buy two pints of Ben & Jerry's. The tape doesn't work. Double bummer. We put the ice cream in the freezer and return the tape. This time we mark the cassette. They have no more copies of Dead Presidents. We get something else.
Two weeks later, we go to the video store. We have a two-for-one coupon. We rent Dead Presidents and Cabaret. We check the cassette, our mark is not there. We stop by the convenience store again for more Ben & Jerry's. We get home and watch Cabaret first. Then we watch Dead Presidents....
You know how the first two times the cassettes didn't work? Well, that turned out to be a hell of a lot more entertaining than the actual movie, which sucks and blows big time.
This is a really crappy film about how if my life sucks, I must not be responsible for it. It doesn't matter that I made decisions that caused my life to suck; it's not my fault!
If you'd like to listen to some '70s music, then buy the soundtrack to the film. But avoid this piece of crap at all costs!
You know how those cassettes didn't work? We figure someone was trying to do us a favor. We just didn't listen.
Directed by The Hughes Brothers
Released in 1995
MPAA Rating: R
Reviewed by Mongo