HENRY H. HENRY
Roles at Dudefest.com
Lives In World Of Darkness
B I O
A self-described "champion of the common man", Henry Henry first made contact with civilization when he wandered out of the Mojave Desert at age six. Rescued by a group of disgruntled postal workers, he quickly found employment as a human cannonball by forging working papers and a birth certificate at "Smith's Circus of Mediocrity". After a terrible accident where he broke both femurs, three ribs, and his skull, he decided to get his life on track and apply to college. While in college, he spent summers in Africa trying to teach zebras how to play baseball. His efforts were unsuccessful. His current hobbies are swimming, watching movies, playing basketball, and digging holes in his backyard trying to find that cash that he swore he buried somewhere back there.
Shit Written By Henry H. Henry
August 19, 2014
August 05, 2014
I can't give it anything above a zero because then I would have to consider it a real movie.
0 for BIRDEMIC
There's a lot of hype around this movie. It lives up to it. It's the most fun I've spent watching a movie in a long time.
9 for GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
You should know by the title that this movie probably doesn't have a lot going for it.
2 for 27 DRESSES
Solid. Definitely didn't require a lot of brain power, but I was entertained the whole time. When this eventually starts airing in marathon form on...
7.5 for HERCULES
Christian Bale played the sociopathic murderer thing so well that I'm convinced he wasn't acting.
9 for AMERICAN PSYCHO
Weak plot, but you're watching it for the monster fights. Those are pretty awesome once they actually happen.
6.5 for GODZILLA
I liked it. I thought it was cool that the guy from DISTRICT 9 became a samurai robot at the end. That was the point of the movie, right?
6.5 for ELYSIUM
I wanted to watch giant robots fight giant monsters, and dammit, these guys delivered.
8 for PACIFIC RIM
This movie was revolutionary. Don't confuse that with Matrix: Revolutions though, because that movie sucked.
8.5 for THE MATRIX