Why are peoples' letter grades for movies they've seen considered a spoiler?
I saw "The Naked Gun"
for the first time the other day. It is a masterpiece of its genre.
It reminded me of classic episodes of "The Simpsons"
. Crammed with tons of jokes per minute and every single one of them was funny. My throat hurt from laughing so much.
I was surprised by how short it was being under 90 minutes, but that's understandable. They couldn't make a movie so wall-to-wall with jokes last as long and that makes it even better because it never drags with the laughs coming so fast and furious.
It was nice to see Ricardo Montalban in something outside of Star Trek as well, but he looks younger than he did in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan"
, despite the movie coming out in 1988.