Did no one in the art department think giving Ned Beatty a Deliverance credit for this children's movie inspired by Little Richard was a weird idea?
I have never seen this 90's gem but my good buddy sent it to me along with a few others in a VHS care package. So in honor of a Steve Martin Sunday; I'm going to get small and watch this.
"I heard if you pause the laserdisc at the right time you can see Jessica Rabbit's thumper." -6th Grade Boys
When I was little I had to go to my Grandmother's house for a week during the summer and the only good thing was that she had cable. I later learned it was stolen cable and that's why she had every channel during a time when no one had and my uncles were forever solidified as cool in my book. During this time I watched the Disney channel non stop; in between episodes of Pooh Corner and Dumbo's Circus they played this a lot and I thus started my daydreams over joining the circus.
When I was a kid I didn’t really have friends so I retreated to my basement for most hours of the day. If it was the summer I wouldn’t leave the basement besides to eat or use the bathroom. I had a tv, vcr, nintendo and my dog Toby. Here we watched countless movies and acted them out. We would rewrite scenes and create them. (one of Toby’s favorite characters was Snarf from Thundercats) But that’s not the point. The point of this post is to discuss Dennis the Menace Dinosaur Hunter.
Have you watched Benji the Hunted on Disney+? Are you celebrating Christmas in anyway? These would be just two of the many reasons you should follow the YouTube link and watch Benji's Very Own Christmas Story.