Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Awful Movie From My Childhood Alert

TEEN WOLF!

Teen wolf was on a cable TV station called FUSE last night here in Ypsi. I used to love that flick when I was a kid! It was AWFUL! I mean it was funny because it was awful, but it is nowhere near the movie I remember. For those who dont know, its Michael J Fox right after back to the future, hes a unpopular kid at his school, his friend Boof is all about him but hes all about this hot chick named Pamela. He starts to go through some changes, eventually he turns into a wolf! As teen wolf hes THE MAN! He suddenly AWESOME at basket ball! but he becomes so cocky that his team mates dont like him. he becomes super popular and even draws interest from Pamela. At the end him and Boof get together and he disses mega hottie pamela. At the end of the movie there is the championship basketball game. His team who SUCKS BAD want MJF to be the Wolf but he keeps the wolf at bay and win the championship. Now the basketball montage in the end of this movie is BY FAR the worst ive ever seen! dont believe me? here it is:
I told ya......

6 comments:

Becky said...

Oh man I love bad 80's movies. It makes you sit there and go "What was I thinking when I was a kid?!" because....seriously.

Although, I will still sit down and watch Back to the Future every damn time it's on cable. I am so lame.

Bobby G said...

NO back to the future stands the test of time! You are OK for that one...

Aimeepalooza said...

OMG. I love the shorty shorts and the cheesy music! Seriously, could anything be better? FYI I saw this for one of my birthdays, in the theater, because we all love MJF

Ubish said...

Hey MJF, maybe instead of jumping into your teammates arms, you should get back and play some transition D.

davidquesada said...

Ahhh... the '80s classics. Kind of crazy what I was willing to watch back then and how crappy I see those movies today. :)

Acadia said...

This is what Sam is going to be for Halloween. I think in the Yellow Jersey, but I"m not sure yet... stay tuned!