Jerry Bruckheimer movies

Did anybody ever think they were good (though people like POTC)

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  • The moonlight is the message of love.
    I don't know if I've watched any of his
  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat
    I always felt like we were supposed to think highly of his productions because he is a Hitmaker whose movies Made a Lot of Money
  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat
    Also when I was growing up he was very tight with Disney/Touchstone - I believe he had a first-look deal with them? (Which actually got traded to Paramount for the distribution rights to Indiana Jones V years later!)

    You know, from that period when we were supposed to think Touchstone was A Major Studio
  • The first Pirates of the Caribbean still holds up imo.

    On the other hand he did that King Arthur movie which was pretty much the worst thing I ever saw as a kid.
  • IN THIS WORLD IT'S MILK OR BE MILKED
    *looks up a list of his credits*

    Beverly Hills Cop is actually good.

    Top Gun has some cool flying scenes?

    Con Air and Armageddon are both terrible.

    Never saw any of the others.
  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat
    w/r/t Con Air: Hey, now, 1997 was actually a pretty auspicious year for the Walt Disney Company

    But yeah I was exposed to a fair bit of his Touchstone output thanks to Starz!
  • Con Air is funny.

    I will never get over how Nic Cage was in jail for murder then ended up killing a bunch of other people and those other murders just didn’t matter in the end.
  • edited 2018-07-18 21:00:10
    THIS MACHINE KILLS FASCISTS
    I remember seeing ads for Days of Thunder everywhere back in 1990, and not understanding what the fuss was about.
  • IN THIS WORLD IT'S MILK OR BE MILKED
    Com Truise
  • edited 2018-07-19 03:02:20
    “His thoughts were red thoughts, and his teeth were white.”
    Con Air is actually pretty fun, if very much because it is so very over the top. Also, Steve motherfuckin’ Buscemi, y’all.
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