My name is Chaz. A former co-worker (Dave) always misheard my name as "Chad." Complicating matters was a third co-worker, who was in fact named Chad. So Dave habitually called me the "other Chad."
Sort of like The 40 Year Old Virgin, only not as funny.
Keisuke Kinoshita's experimental 1958 meditation on aging and dealing with the aged.
Producer-director-star Warren Beatty's noble failure; impeccable technical attributes not supported by screenplay.
Though unpopular even with many fans of the series, there's still juice left in this horror franchise.
No great shakes, but Miley Cyrus is always fun to watch. Jeremy Piven cashes a paycheck.
Endlessly inventive and zestfully acted by a skilled cast, this is unpredictable, outrageous fun.
Another mainstream sitcom starring Charlie Sheen, this one is enlivened by Selma Blair.
Thirty episodes of the animated hijinks of Mahoney, Larvell, Hightower, Tackleberry, Sweetchuck, and the rest of the gang.
The best bits are alternately funny, haunting, and just a bit insane. And Nicole Kidman is too sexy for words.
The Jacksons' second post-Motown album is often overlooked, but features great lead vocals by Michael.