Building a DVD library for your home can be an expensive and tedious task. Reviewing movies that you have seen and weighing the worth of the dvd to see if it fits in your budget and worth being in your repertoire, can be time consuming and require you to watch a lot of garbage. To assist, we explored the Walmart discount DVD rack to help bolster your blockbuster value. We are going to buy, watch, review, and return these movies so you do not have to. Our reviews will contain an accurate explanation of the plot and a brief commentary on the film. Because I have the highest integrity, this will be the most objective film reviews that you can get on the web. Our first recommendation is Kuffs (1992) starring the immortal Christian Slater and Milla Jovovich.
Plot: San Francisco has seen a large crime wave that is destroying the city. Crime bosses are stealing Rice a Roni (the only San Francisco treat you will put in your mouth), vendors serving non organic food, and no one is using public transportation. In other words, for San Frans TOTAL CHAOS. George Kuffs (Christian Slater) dropped out of high school because of his fantastic acting prowess, impregnates a girlfriend (surprise), and eventually visits his brother who is the head of a police department district. Periodically throughout the film, George will give insightful soliloquies (definition…look it up) throughout the film that gives you the acumen into the Jim Stark-esc persona that is George Kuffs .Without any warning, George’s brother is killed, and he is whisked into the roll as the head of the district. Because of his stellar gun handling, the character probably grew up in Oakland, Kuffs takes down his brother’s killer and eventually reunites with his estranged girlfriend (Milla Jovovich) who of course is knocked up.
Review: Great film and highly economically, I counted at least 54 deaths in the film. The cost to death average ( $/d= dtca where $ is cost and d is death) is just under 2 cents per death. Further, this might be one of Slater’s best works, other than target=”_blank”>Broken Arrow, that he has had in his storied career. My recommendation is to buy this cinematic classic before it is too late. Wouldn’t you buy Michelangelo’s “David” or the original sheet music to Beethoven’s “No. 9 Symphony?” target=”_blank”>Kuffs is on that level.
Destroying Robert Ebert at every turn,