The first one was formulaic, sure, but it was still spectacularly groundbreaking. I enjoyed it as well.
I actually thought about a joke that the title is a reference to their age.Aren't these guys getting a little...old to be doing this? Not counting the TV show, but Tom Cruise had been doing these since 1996. I have a really, REALLY hard time believing he'd still be doing field work at this point.
I saw the trailer earlier. And my first thought was "how in the hell are they going to stretch this concept over multiple episodes?"So, once again a TV show and NOT a movie, but I can't for the life of me figure out why this isn't a movie
I mean, that looks terrible, right? It's not just me? The comment section seems to be beside themselves with joy over this and I just don't see the appeal. I feel like this should be a family comedy movie. It'd be fine there for just some low-level, noncontroversial slapstick laughs.
Its the same streaming service that gave Butch Hartman another shot despite the internet rolling their eyes so hard the Earth's rotation reversed, clearly logic ain't their strongsuit.I'm genuinely confused WHY this is happening now? I didn't think B&B still had much of a following.