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A Man Undercover


I'm Autistic and suffer from ADHD & OCD, but I'm very high-functioning and capable of taking care of myself if I need to.

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  • 8 weeks
    My Movie Review on Independence Day: Resurgence

    Yo, what's up, Kemosabes?

    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, I'm gonna give you guys my take of "Independence Day: Resurgence".

    Here's the rundown of this sequel:

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    5 comments · 101 views
  • 11 weeks
    My Movie Review on The Alamo (2004)

    Happy Independence Day, my friends.

    This is your friendly and patriotic film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Sound the trumpets! Play the drums! Light the fireworks! And wave the American flag! Because it's once again the time of year to celebrate American becoming its own country.

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  • 15 weeks
    My Episode Review on The Three Stooges: 3 Dumb Clucks

    Yo, what's up, Kemosabes?

    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, I'm gonna give you guys my take of the Three Stooges's "3 Dumb Clucks".

    Here's the rundown of it:

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    1 comments · 74 views
  • 15 weeks
    My Movie Review on Kubo and the Two Strings

    Yo, what's up, Kemosabes?

    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, for my 272nd film analysis, I'm gonna give you guys my take of "Kubo and the Two Strings".

    Here's the rundown of this tale:

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  • 17 weeks
    My Movie Review on Kindergarten Cop (Plus, a Bonus)

    Yo, what's up, Kemosabes?

    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, I'm gonna give you guys my take of "Kindergarten Cop".

    Here's the rundown of it:

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25th
2021

My Episode Review on The Three Stooges: Horses' Collars (Plus, a Status Update) · 6:03pm Jan 25th, 2021

Yo, what's up, Kemosabes?

This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

Today, I'm gonna give you guys my take of the Three Stooges's "Horses' Collars".

Here's the rundown of it:

The Three Stooges are detectives who have been assigned to go out west and retrieve an IOU, which rightfully belongs to a young rancher named Nell. But, getting the IOU won't be easy, because it's in the possession of a ruthless killer named Double Deal Decker.

In the wake of previously reviewing "Men in Black", I knew right away that there were some other shorts from the first volume set that I wanted to do an analysis of. This one being among them, because I frequently enjoyed watching it whenever I took the time to do so.

After watching this short again recently, I can honestly say that "Horses' Collars" is another enjoyable member of the Three Stooges filmography.

For instance, the direction by Clyde Bruckman, and the story by Felix Adler, were splendid.

As the very first short to feature the Three Stooges in the Wild West, I can definitely see why the film team would want to feature the trio in the setting. The Stooges and the cowboy genre were practically made for each, like peanut butter and jelly! Along with that, the trio's mission to help Nell retrieve the IOU from Decker had my attention hook, line, and sinker. The comedy throughout the short was likewise hysterical to watch, such as the moment where the Stooges were hitting each other with celery. The parts where Curly goes crazy after seeing a mouse were so well-done and executed I could hardly resist laughing.

The acting and characters were great too. The Stooge trio themselves were as fun as ever, and the supporting cast member gave mighty fine portrayals. But, out of all the actors, I really must say that the person who gave the best performance in this one was Curly Howard. A lot of the best comedic moments came from him, and he brought terrific energy to the parts where he goes crazy every time he sees a mouse.

In conclusion, "Horses' Collars" is another jewel of the Three Stooges filmography. As the only short to be directed by frequent Stooge writer Clyde Bruckman, I believe this one does a fine job at showing he's not just great at writing.

So, I rate "Horses' Collars" five out of five stars.


As a little unrelated side note...

Today is my birthday, and I'm officially 22 years old.

I know this doesn't have anything to do with the Three Stooges, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to let you guys know that.

Comments ( 2 )

"Moe Larry the cheese! MOE LARRY THE CHEESE!"

Also Happy Birthday to you, buddy!

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Also Happy Birthday to you, buddy!

:twilightsmile:Thanks.

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