epiphany_maria (epiphany_maria) wrote,

Movie Reviews: Sightseers + Another Stakeout

Sightseers (2012)
A couple go on a caravan holiday around England’s green and pleasant land. Behind the edifice of gregarious middle class aesthetics is a controlling, abusive, murderous power imbalance. There is murdering, a stripper, blood, a motif of weirdness and a fastidious winnowing of the annoying. This was not exemplary.

Best Lines:
“Some common strumpet like you.”

“He’s not a person Tina; he’s a Daily Mail reader.”

“I’m musing right now.”

“Are we going to the pencil museum now?”

“You’re a negative influence on me!”

“You can’t help it. You’re evil.”

“Now considered not to be an accident. And police announced today that they’re pursuing a ginger faced man and an angry woman.”  
Another Stakeout (1993)
Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez and Rosie O’Donnell star in a sequel nobody wanted. It is inept and full of yelling, regrettably unfunny comedy and dated references.

Best Lines:
“He’ll walk. Just like he’s walked the last two times.”

“He looks like he’s on page 26 of Madonna’s ‘Sex’ book.”
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