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Hot Ticket (2001)
This show was just down right awful. I hate listening to Leonard talk because when they talk about the film you know he's reading from cue cards and Joyce is just too annoying to even listen to. Their voting system is too flawed: "Hot" or "Not", that's exactly the type of thing I'd expect Paris Hilton to say about a movie, which gives it zero credibility. They showed trailers for some films that were upcoming and then commented on if they would see them or not. Huh? They're critics they're supposed to review the movies, unless the studio doesn't screen them. Now maybe they were going for the aspect of a regular viewer, ugh, I'm just frustrated with this show and glad it's off the air. I enjoy the witty banter and quips from Ebert and Roeper and how they are passionate when they speak, that's what lacks with this show: passion. The End.
Quite possibly the worst edited, written movie I have ever seen. The ending was abrupt and had no real "end" at all. I like Ryan Reynolds and there were some lines I thought were funny enough to evoke a chuckle, but other than that this flick was terrible! I have been to the restaurant that the filmed this at so there was some connection with the movie but other than that the characters were one-dimensional and in most cases: completely unfunny. The script seemed like they were trying to be edgy and funny with quick quips about society and the people in the restaurant, but for the most part it did not work at all. This flick was made in the wake of other kitchen comedies in the works: Fox's Kitchen Confiential and ABC's Freddie, both dealt with comedy in the restaurant business. The movie was nothing special and easily forgettable, at least that is one quality I am thankful for. All in all this movie gets a 3/10 based solely of the fact that I enjoy Ryan Reynolds and his ability to carry a movie, as he did this one, yet he carried in the wrong direction (not entirely his fault - look to the writer for this one).
I watched this show every Sunday morning on, I think it was UPN, and loved it, I still love it. Like you said earlier, it was funny, smart (maybe too smart for the younger children) but it was still funny all the way around.
I was curious if anyone knew when (or if) a DVD would be coming out for the entire series? Because I know if a DVD ever came out I would buy it in a heart beat, and watch all 26 episodes.
I loved and still love every minute of that show, especially the opening theme song...brilliant!
Why did it have to leave? I still have the memories...