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This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had to intervene. In each column a defendant is put on trial, arguments are made, and then it is up to YOU, the jury, to decide if the person is guilty or not guilty of crimes against cinema. Their lives are in your hands, dude.

The Defendant

The Case

The Prosecution: The Big Year, Pink Panther 2, Baby Mama, The Pink Panther, Cheaper by the Dozen 2, Bringing Down the House, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Cheaper by the Dozen, The Out-of-Towners, Sgt. Bilko, Father of the Bride Part II, Mixed Nuts, The Lonely Guy

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, Steve Martin has appeared in more than a few classic comedies during his long career, however the prosecution feels he has starred in far too many mediocre family or children's movies as of late, and hasn't been involved with a great project in a very long time. Believe me, the prosecution is a big fan of Mr. Martin, but we are sick of seeing him in films that are beneath him like the Pink Panther and Cheaper by the Dozen movies.

Mr. Martin appeared in some excellent family comedies in the 80s and 90s like Father of the Bride and Parenthood, and the prosecution has no problem with those types of movies. The issue has been the quality of his later films. Maybe the prosecution wouldn't have a problem with Mr. Martin picking up checks for two Cheaper By the Dozen movies if he was also working on other solid projects, but in the prosecution's opinion. the last decent film from Mr. Martin was Shopgirl, and even that movie is just good, not great.

But why aren't we seeing Mr. Martin in more films like Shopgirl, or even Novocaine? His Cheaper by the Dozen films might be popular and did well at the box office, but the prosecution believes most fans of the banjo plucking funny man would prefer to see him in something a little more adult over another bland film with Mr. Martin playing someone's dad. It's worked well for him in the past, however his recent films have just been disappointing.

How great would it be to see Mr. Martin in a Wes Anderson movie, or appearing in something like Argo or the recent The Monuments Men? But no, instead we get stuff like Looney Tunes: Back in Action, the painfully unfunny Bringing Down the House and a small role in Baby Mama where he doesn't do much. It's just sad to see such a great and talented comedian involved in projects that don't do him any favors at all, except make his savings account a little bigger. The jury probably isn't too happy to see Mr. Martin up for Movie Jail, but the prosecution isn't looking for a long sentence, and it is for his own good.

The Defense: It's Complicated, Shopgirl, Novocaine, Bowfinger, The Spanish Prisoner, A Simple Twist of Fate, Housesitter, Leap of Faith, L.A. Story, Father of the Bride, Grand Canyon, My Blue Heaven, Parenthood, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Roxanne, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Little Shop of Horrors, Three Amigos!, All of Me, The Man with Two Brains, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, Pennies From Heaven, The Jerk

Ladies and gentlemen, if the prosecution couldn't land a guilty verdict for Dan Aykroyd in his trial, there's no way the jury is going to send Steve Martin to Movie Jail. Maybe his recent films haven't been great, but that doesn't take away from all of the other excellent projects he's worked on during his career. And although you can argue about the quality of his movies as of late, you can't say a damn thing negative about Mr. Martin's performances in his films.

No, the defense doesn't like the Cheaper by the Dozen or Pink Panther movies either, but my client was still a lot of fun to watch in those flicks. Mr. Martin is always fantastic, even if the movie isn't. It's Complicated isn't a great film, but it is a quite good one because of the actors involved, including Mr. Martin. The same could also be said for The Big Year.

At my client's age, you can't fault him for picking up a paycheck or two with a few of his movies. And considering the projects he's done outside of film, the prosecution believes there's more than enough evidence to keep Mr. Martin out of Movie Jail. With his books, banjo playing, Oscar hosting duties and involvement with The Muppets, Mr. Martin isn't only defined by the films he's appeared in, even if the prosecution believes someone needs to pay for Bringing Down the House.

The prosecution wants to see Mr. Martin in other films besides family comedies, but it's going to be a little hard if his ass is in Movie Jail. My client very easily could appear in a project like the prosecution mentions, which is also why he shouldn't be sent to prison. Although some of my client's recent films haven't been fantastic, the defense doesn't think anyone blames Mr. Martin, and they shouldn't have an impact on any potential future films. Which do you think is more likely: a casting director not wanting Steve Martin because of his Cheaper by the Dozen movies, or being thrilled because they got the guy who played The Jerk for a new film? My point? Steve Martin is awesome, always will be, and definitely doesn't deserve to go to Movie Jail.

IN CLOSING...

Has Mr. Martin appeared in too many crappy films as of late, or do you think his great movies are more than enough to keep him out of Movie Jail? Should the jury come down hard on Mr. Martin, or just give him a warning? Is Steve Martin GUILTY or NOT GUILTY?

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*The cases for and against a defendant going to Movie Jail by the author are not necessarily his views and opinions but they are some of the beliefs that one would use to effectively make an argument for both sides. Not quite a devil's advocate but you get the point. Anyways, this is all in fun so don't take it too seriously. We have a separate jail for those people called "Troll Tower" and believe me you do NOT want to go there.

WHAT SAY YOU, GUILTY OR NOT?

LAST WEEK'S VERDICT

Another painful defeat for the prosecution in last's week trail. Some wanted to toss Drew Barrymore in Movie Jail, however most said they've enjoyed her work, so the actress has been found NOT GUILTY of all charges. The jury also said although Miss Barrymore doesn't have the greatest range, she is still a solid actress, and they would love to see Miss Barrymore behind the camera again as well.

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10:57PM on 04/30/2014

NOT GUILTY.

The legacy outweighs the latter day duds. Just for Grandmother's Song he escapes jail.

Also, shame on you guys for putting Lonely Guy in the prosecution. That's a good romantic comedy.
The legacy outweighs the latter day duds. Just for Grandmother's Song he escapes jail.

Also, shame on you guys for putting Lonely Guy in the prosecution. That's a good romantic comedy.
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9:06PM on 04/29/2014

NOT GUILTY

Every time I'm ready to throw him in jail oer ssomething like Pink Panther or Looney Toons BIA, he does something I love like It's Complicated. At his age I really prefer him like he was in that film. I get that you know how to do outrageous and over-the-top and silly, but even Robin Williams knows the importance of toning it down once in a while. Anyway, there are some films on the prosecution list I actually like, particularly Father of The Bride II, Sgt Bilko, and Bringing Down The House.
Every time I'm ready to throw him in jail oer ssomething like Pink Panther or Looney Toons BIA, he does something I love like It's Complicated. At his age I really prefer him like he was in that film. I get that you know how to do outrageous and over-the-top and silly, but even Robin Williams knows the importance of toning it down once in a while. Anyway, there are some films on the prosecution list I actually like, particularly Father of The Bride II, Sgt Bilko, and Bringing Down The House.
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10:30AM on 04/29/2014

NOT guilty

Three Amigos alone is enough to keep him out of jail
Three Amigos alone is enough to keep him out of jail
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6:02AM on 04/29/2014
This is one of those cases where it's "do the classics excuse the subsequent trash"? His great films are excellent, but like so many comedic performers it's become difficult for Martin to maintain his earlier qualities. It's a like a great rock band - their first albums are brilliant but then they stop being hungry and it shows in their output. Law of diminishing returns? Like those great bands, I don't doubt Steve Martin has it in him to do more great work - it's easier to be an aging comedian
This is one of those cases where it's "do the classics excuse the subsequent trash"? His great films are excellent, but like so many comedic performers it's become difficult for Martin to maintain his earlier qualities. It's a like a great rock band - their first albums are brilliant but then they stop being hungry and it shows in their output. Law of diminishing returns? Like those great bands, I don't doubt Steve Martin has it in him to do more great work - it's easier to be an aging comedian than an aging rocker - but he'd have to find a way to really want it again.
I wouldn't Movie Jail him, but I'd love to see him do better than he is.
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5:01AM on 04/29/2014
GUILTY OF BEING ON THE GREATEST COMEDIC ACTORS IN THE HISTORY OF FILM.

Not guilty.
GUILTY OF BEING ON THE GREATEST COMEDIC ACTORS IN THE HISTORY OF FILM.

Not guilty.
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3:58AM on 04/29/2014
This column is by far the most asinine "contribution" to this site.
This column is by far the most asinine "contribution" to this site.
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8:59PM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty

I was the one who suggested Steve Martin for this article, and I'm glad he was used since it really makes you think about his career. Yes, the last couple decades haven't been the best for him. I understand he's focusing on other mediums, but for the few films he does do, I'd expect some of them to be better since he is so talented. However, despite all this I say not guilty because of his great roles, which no one could play but him.
For next week, how about Martin Lawrence?
I was the one who suggested Steve Martin for this article, and I'm glad he was used since it really makes you think about his career. Yes, the last couple decades haven't been the best for him. I understand he's focusing on other mediums, but for the few films he does do, I'd expect some of them to be better since he is so talented. However, despite all this I say not guilty because of his great roles, which no one could play but him.
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7:38PM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty

I cannot look at The Jerk, Three Amigos, and Bowfinger and imagine anyone involved in all those would be guilty.
I cannot look at The Jerk, Three Amigos, and Bowfinger and imagine anyone involved in all those would be guilty.
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5:35PM on 04/28/2014
Steep canyon rangers is what he is putting his effort into these days. Phoning it in every now and then pays bills.
Bowfinger is the last movie both he and eddie murphy were funny in.
Steep canyon rangers is what he is putting his effort into these days. Phoning it in every now and then pays bills.
Bowfinger is the last movie both he and eddie murphy were funny in.
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2:53PM on 04/28/2014
This guy made arrow through the head cool. So no. Not Guilty.
This guy made arrow through the head cool. So no. Not Guilty.
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2:26PM on 04/28/2014

There's one important detail you missed.

He didn't just star in the PINK PANTHER movies... he also wrote them! But he also wrote (and produced) some of his classics, so I guess it's a tie?

I'm going to say something I never thought I would. Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Diane Keaton and even Bruce Willis deserved Movie Jail but Steve Martin is Not Guilty. Those people are much more talented but they lost the world's respect when they started to give bad performances, mostly by phoning it in. Steve always tries.

Just to clarify, I'm
He didn't just star in the PINK PANTHER movies... he also wrote them! But he also wrote (and produced) some of his classics, so I guess it's a tie?

I'm going to say something I never thought I would. Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Diane Keaton and even Bruce Willis deserved Movie Jail but Steve Martin is Not Guilty. Those people are much more talented but they lost the world's respect when they started to give bad performances, mostly by phoning it in. Steve always tries.

Just to clarify, I'm not exactly a fan. I didn't like ROXANNE nor DEAD MEN. And I thought THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS, LITTLE SHOP and 3 AMIGOS were OK at best. The only ones I liked were BOWFINGER and P.T.A.A.. Still, he's made me laugh at least a few times in all of his movies (he was one of the highlights in BABY MAMA). And he's shown that he's good at drama. Not just in NOVOCAINE but also the serious moments in BIG YEAR, IT'S COMPLICATED and DOZEN.
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2:16PM on 04/28/2014
DEFINITELY NOT GUILTY
DEFINITELY NOT GUILTY
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2:10PM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty

...just because he seems to have stopped making movies, at least for the past 2 years or so. I credit this genius: [link]
...just because he seems to have stopped making movies, at least for the past 2 years or so. I credit this genius: [link]
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1:29PM on 04/28/2014

No Way

Steve Martin is sent from up above. Has he done a few lackluster movies in the past decade or so? Sure, but he's been focusing on his musical endeavors, so I think acting has become his true "job" now. He may not be breaking new ground comedically, but I think that his brilliant past affords him the right to focus on his hobbies at this point in his life. I think we'll still see some great work from him, but the only thing he's trying to prove now are his banjo chops
Steve Martin is sent from up above. Has he done a few lackluster movies in the past decade or so? Sure, but he's been focusing on his musical endeavors, so I think acting has become his true "job" now. He may not be breaking new ground comedically, but I think that his brilliant past affords him the right to focus on his hobbies at this point in his life. I think we'll still see some great work from him, but the only thing he's trying to prove now are his banjo chops
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12:17PM on 04/28/2014
The Jerk can not be found guilty.
The Jerk can not be found guilty.
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10:42AM on 04/28/2014

NOOOOOPE

You put Sgt. Bilko in the prosecution? Do you know nothing about funny movies?
You put Sgt. Bilko in the prosecution? Do you know nothing about funny movies?
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10:54PM on 04/30/2014
I feel the same way about The Lonely Guy. That's one of the most underrated romantic comedies ever.
I feel the same way about The Lonely Guy. That's one of the most underrated romantic comedies ever.
10:39AM on 04/28/2014

not guilty

Planes, Trains & Automobiles alone makes him immune from prosecution. Also its insane to use tripe such as The Pink Panther against Steve Martin when Drew Barrymore is found Not Guilty on the back of E.T. & Beckinsale on the basis of her ass
Planes, Trains & Automobiles alone makes him immune from prosecution. Also its insane to use tripe such as The Pink Panther against Steve Martin when Drew Barrymore is found Not Guilty on the back of E.T. & Beckinsale on the basis of her ass
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10:36AM on 04/28/2014

not guilty

Planes, Trains & Automobiles alone makes him immune from prosecution. Also its insane to use tripe such as The Pink Panther against Steve Martin when Drew Barrymore is found Not Guilty on the back of E.T. & Beckinsale on the basis of her ass
Planes, Trains & Automobiles alone makes him immune from prosecution. Also its insane to use tripe such as The Pink Panther against Steve Martin when Drew Barrymore is found Not Guilty on the back of E.T. & Beckinsale on the basis of her ass
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10:35AM on 04/28/2014

Wow

This guy was Navin Johnson. Plus he's a goddamn genius who had basically conquered every medium he's ever entered. Whoever thought of this musta also been the dimbulb who suggested Dan Aykroyd. Not not not ever guilty. Get this shit off my screen...
This guy was Navin Johnson. Plus he's a goddamn genius who had basically conquered every medium he's ever entered. Whoever thought of this musta also been the dimbulb who suggested Dan Aykroyd. Not not not ever guilty. Get this shit off my screen...
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10:10AM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty

This is a simple case of the good outweighing the bad. His more recent stuff has been shit but he responsible for many classics; Three Amigos, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles and The Jerk give him a lifetime pass for me. Even if the movie is shit Steve is still fun to watch.
This is a simple case of the good outweighing the bad. His more recent stuff has been shit but he responsible for many classics; Three Amigos, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles and The Jerk give him a lifetime pass for me. Even if the movie is shit Steve is still fun to watch.
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10:04AM on 04/28/2014

Guilty

I love the guy, he's super talented. Shopgirl was a great movie and a lot of his earlier films are classics. Unfortunately, almost everything he's done in the last fifteen years has been terrible. It would be one thing if he didn't have so much talent, but sadly, I have to say he's guilty.
I love the guy, he's super talented. Shopgirl was a great movie and a lot of his earlier films are classics. Unfortunately, almost everything he's done in the last fifteen years has been terrible. It would be one thing if he didn't have so much talent, but sadly, I have to say he's guilty.
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9:58AM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty

You can't have Drew Barrymore on the streets but Steve Martin locked up. In more defense he was one of the original cameos in The Muppet Movie and was wonderful on SNL. He is iconic and classy.
You can't have Drew Barrymore on the streets but Steve Martin locked up. In more defense he was one of the original cameos in The Muppet Movie and was wonderful on SNL. He is iconic and classy.
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9:52AM on 04/28/2014
Not guilty. Has phoned it in on multiple occasions but I think he's funny and he can't shake that.
Not guilty. Has phoned it in on multiple occasions but I think he's funny and he can't shake that.
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9:49AM on 04/28/2014

Guilty

He has some decent roles in the past, but they dont make up for his most recent movie sins.
He has some decent roles in the past, but they dont make up for his most recent movie sins.
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1:05AM on 04/29/2014
Decent roles in the past? What, are you fucking twelve?! The man was in what were considered THE comedy classics of his time. Decent roles....prick.
Decent roles in the past? What, are you fucking twelve?! The man was in what were considered THE comedy classics of his time. Decent roles....prick.
9:46AM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty

So tore on my decision. Loved Steve Martin when I was growing up, but it seems he's slowly gotten out of touch in the past two decades. Obviously his roles as of late haven't utilized his talent, but he's still doing so much great stuff out of Hollywood. I'm giving him a pass with community service.
So tore on my decision. Loved Steve Martin when I was growing up, but it seems he's slowly gotten out of touch in the past two decades. Obviously his roles as of late haven't utilized his talent, but he's still doing so much great stuff out of Hollywood. I'm giving him a pass with community service.
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9:45AM on 04/28/2014

NOT GUILTY!

I liked Mixed Nuts and Out of Towners... But really, he has made a few bad KIDS movies. Nobody has ever made a good kids movie lol. Any time you see a big name like Steve Martin, you think Bowfinger, The Jerk, PT&A and soooo many other CLASSICS. They outshine the horrible kids movies 5/1.
I liked Mixed Nuts and Out of Towners... But really, he has made a few bad KIDS movies. Nobody has ever made a good kids movie lol. Any time you see a big name like Steve Martin, you think Bowfinger, The Jerk, PT&A and soooo many other CLASSICS. They outshine the horrible kids movies 5/1.
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9:30AM on 04/28/2014
Sorry to say it, But i think steve martin has always been overrated. Let him Rot or make him fly
Sorry to say it, But i think steve martin has always been overrated. Let him Rot or make him fly
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9:30AM on 04/28/2014

Guilty

His last funny movie was in the what, early 90's? The man needs to retire.
His last funny movie was in the what, early 90's? The man needs to retire.
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9:21AM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty

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9:07AM on 04/28/2014

hate to say it but GUILTY

was a huge fan of his till he stopped caring and went straight for the paycheck, the man is still funny (as seen from his books) but in terms of movie output hes guilty for honing it in.
was a huge fan of his till he stopped caring and went straight for the paycheck, the man is still funny (as seen from his books) but in terms of movie output hes guilty for honing it in.
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9:28AM on 04/28/2014
Totally agree. What would be even sadder if he actually think he's still funny.
Totally agree. What would be even sadder if he actually think he's still funny.
8:59AM on 04/28/2014

Guilty!

Guilty! The man works below his potential.
Guilty! The man works below his potential.
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8:53AM on 04/28/2014

Sorry, ladies & gentlemen....

Guilty...I have never found Steve Martin funny.
Guilty...I have never found Steve Martin funny.
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8:48AM on 04/28/2014

NO!

If Steve Martin was just an actor, that would be one thing. These days I don't think that's his greatest passion. He's been touring and playing banjo with the Steep Canyon Rangers, a bluegrass band from North Carolina. And he's really good! On top of that, the man is still a terrific stand-up. Now, I'd love for him to take on more challenging movie roles (though, as much as I didn't care for It's Complicated, his scenes stole the show).
If Steve Martin was just an actor, that would be one thing. These days I don't think that's his greatest passion. He's been touring and playing banjo with the Steep Canyon Rangers, a bluegrass band from North Carolina. And he's really good! On top of that, the man is still a terrific stand-up. Now, I'd love for him to take on more challenging movie roles (though, as much as I didn't care for It's Complicated, his scenes stole the show).
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8:48AM on 04/28/2014

Oh Boy...

After several bombs, I still have to give Steve Martin a "Not Guilty" vote.

NOT GUILTY!
After several bombs, I still have to give Steve Martin a "Not Guilty" vote.

NOT GUILTY!
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8:36AM on 04/28/2014

Guilty

but willing to accept a plea for a short prison sentence.
He just needs some time to think and reconsider his career projectory - or write a screenplay in solitude, isolated from Hollywood money. I really want hin to be gread again.
He would be my current #1 candidate do take the lead in a good new TV sitcom.
but willing to accept a plea for a short prison sentence.
He just needs some time to think and reconsider his career projectory - or write a screenplay in solitude, isolated from Hollywood money. I really want hin to be gread again.
He would be my current #1 candidate do take the lead in a good new TV sitcom.
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8:24AM on 04/28/2014

Not guilty!

One for each other and all for one. The three brave Amigos are we. Brother to brother and every one. A brave Amigo. We're fighting for justice and liberty. Wherever you find us is where we will be for the three brave Amigos are we. We are the three Amigos. We are the three Aaaaaamigos.
One for each other and all for one. The three brave Amigos are we. Brother to brother and every one. A brave Amigo. We're fighting for justice and liberty. Wherever you find us is where we will be for the three brave Amigos are we. We are the three Amigos. We are the three Aaaaaamigos.
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8:04AM on 04/28/2014

Not guilty

He is THE JERK. That movie alone allows him a lifetime pass! And you have the Lonely Guy as part of the prosecution?! Your argument is invalid.
He is THE JERK. That movie alone allows him a lifetime pass! And you have the Lonely Guy as part of the prosecution?! Your argument is invalid.
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8:48AM on 04/28/2014
Agreed.
Agreed.
9:08AM on 04/28/2014
You and I have the same argument, GFunk587.
You and I have the same argument, GFunk587.
7:04AM on 04/28/2014
Not guilty. You lost me when The Lonely Guy is on your Prosecution side.
Not guilty. You lost me when The Lonely Guy is on your Prosecution side.
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6:50AM on 04/28/2014

Not Gulity

I dont believe that Steve Martin should be in Movie Jail...as stated above his biggest problem is family comedies and the Pink Panther..both areas where he acts "over the top" and he looks foolish...when he isnt doing a great comedy. he should venture into serious movies like he did in Spanish Prisoner...he should try to be part of better solid movies..and be slightly more selective.
I dont believe that Steve Martin should be in Movie Jail...as stated above his biggest problem is family comedies and the Pink Panther..both areas where he acts "over the top" and he looks foolish...when he isnt doing a great comedy. he should venture into serious movies like he did in Spanish Prisoner...he should try to be part of better solid movies..and be slightly more selective.
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6:48AM on 04/28/2014

Not Guilty...

" the spanish prisonners " for a serious role and such an underrated and unknwon movie
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" plabes, trains and automobiles " for his work with the great John Hughes for a brillant bittersweet comedy
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" parenthood " for his work with Ron Howard for the best american comedy about family

= overcomes all the bad movies he's done (and there are a lot)
" the spanish prisonners " for a serious role and such an underrated and unknwon movie
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" plabes, trains and automobiles " for his work with the great John Hughes for a brillant bittersweet comedy
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" parenthood " for his work with Ron Howard for the best american comedy about family

= overcomes all the bad movies he's done (and there are a lot)
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