After a nice dinner at Dickey’s BBQ, my wife and I went and saw The LEGO Movie last night. The LEGO Movie was one of my most anticipated films for 2014. I am happy to say that the anticipation paid off.
Back in 1991, Bobcat Goldthwait wrote, directed and starred in a movie that some critics called the worst of all time. Shakes the Clown was made on a modest budget of $1.5 million and grossed $115,000 in theaters. It was called a complete waste of time by many…
An evening with Gilbert Gottfried, Bobcat Goldthwait, and Matt Nathanson. We battled lots of rain on Saturday night, and in most cases the rain won.
It has been thirty years since David and Jerry Zucker collaborated with Jim Abrahams, and brought Val Kilmer to the screen as American Skeet Surf Rocker Nick Rogers in Top Secret! The film is still just as funny as it was the million or so times it ran on HBO…
Entering the final weekend of Sketchfest, my wife and I attended The Fogelnest Files at Stage Werx in the Mission. I became acquainted with the work of Jake Fogelnest when he regularly popped up on VH1’s Best Week Ever. Then my wife and I DJed with him on Turntable.fm
I met Stephen Tobolowsky last year when he released his book Dangerous Animals Club. I bought a copy, got it autographed and had his wife Ann take a photo of me with him.
Preshow dinner at Pellegrini. I ordered my food (meat ravioli, very tasty) and recognized the voice of the black man sitting two tables over. It was Michael Winslow, the guy I am going to see at Cobb’s in a couple of hours.