Once again it’s Malentine’s Day- time for flowers, chocolates, and buddy cop bromantic comedies. This year we’ll be taking a look at Tango & Cash, the smash hit from 1989. Pretty sure it won Best Picture that year, but I could be mistaken. Anyway, Let’s meet our two heroes!
Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) is a rich, nice, and all round good guy living in New York City who, because of his grill prowess, can’t help but strut around with supreme confidence. Here he is out the gates hitting us with a basic yet well cooked grill. Note how the perfectly aligned eyebrows go hauntingly well with the angled stripes of his shirt. The man can accessorize with his face! Brilliant!
Y’all thought I forgot about my old faithful, the Fast Franchi$e, but I assure that I have not. This grill casserole has been in the oven for quite some time, its not loaded with peas and rice and shit, just pure unfiltered grill magic. Homeboy Campos (John Ortiz) is ready to get this show on the road. I myself am pretty much ready to get this show on the road. Let’s do this.
Another Red Carpet Grillmiere is upon us and this time its Franco’s turn to party. He didn’t come alone though. John Lithgow was there, as well as his growing cranium. Harry potter rivals Rupert Grint and Tom Felton showed too, proving that grills heal all wounds. So lets get right to it.
“Nobody handles garbage better than we do.”
There is potential in this, I just know it. Maybe it’s high time we take a look back at some of our beloved trilogies… Continue reading Longing for Goldblum…