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27 out of 30 people found the following review useful:
One of the greatest and most underrated shows ever, 25 September 2002

A true classic, one of the funniest shows in the history of television. It's a shame that Phil Hartman passed away, which basically was the beginning of the end. I can understand why they tried a fifth season, but it wasn't the same. Newsradio was smart, funny and had an amazing cast from top to bottom. A&E airs reruns daily from 8-9 am, and 2-3 pm. Definitely worth a look, you'll not be disappointed.

2 out of 2 people found the following review useful:
A classic, 25 June 2003
10/10

This is a great movie. Rodney Dangerfield is perfectly cast (I can't think of anyone who could do that role better). After this and the Karate Kid, how did William Zabka fade into obscurity? This was funny back in the theater as a 12 year old, and is funny today. This would be a good double feature with Old School, but not My 5 Wives. Any film with Sam Kinison, Ned Beatty and Kurt Vonnegut Jr. is a movie that shouldn't be missed.

Bubble Boy (2001)
2 out of 3 people found the following review useful:
Is it Shakespeare? No. Is it worth watching? Yes., 24 January 2003
10/10

People who say this is the worst movie ever must not have seen many movies. Folks, this ain't supposed to be "Love Story". It has a likeable cast (which makes all the difference), and a nice pace. You also can't go wrong with Stacy Keibler and Midajah mud wrestling a boy in a bubble. There's chemistry between the talented two leads, with a genuine sweetness at the core. It's an equal opportunity offender, and there is no gross-out humor (as opposed to many alleged "comedies" that have come out lately). Is it the movie of the year? By all means no. Does it get a bad rap? I think so. You could do a lot worse. I was entertained, and in the end that's all that matters to me. Though Beetlejuice might want to stick to his day job.