Hark! theOneliner speaks!
Now then, there's no shortage of authoritative voices in film clamouring to have their voices heard. Often these voice come from those directly involved in the film's production, and come as an alternative audio track on the DVD, Blu-Ray or Holocube presentation.
Of course, what you really want is a poorly sourced, often incoherent rambling from drunken Scotsmen as an alternative audio track, so that's what we're going to be supplying here.
We're not completely sure what possessed us to look at Drafthouse Film's release of the 1987 cult classic Miami Connection, but seeing as we suffered through it, we thought we might as well record our ill-informed, beer-fuelled opinions as we go.
It's the defining buddy cop movie of our generation, and now it receives the defining commentary of our generation from the three defining inebriated Scotsmen of their generation. Join theOneliner.com crew for another insight-free commentary that in no way adds to your experience whatsoever!
Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus
It's one of space year two thousand and nine's most laughable films, so what better choice for a long-delayed return to the fan commentary arena for the three drunk Scotsmen that compose theOneliner.com. I wouldn't go expecting any incisive commentary, but if it's terrible faux Irish accents you're after, we're your lads!
Perhaps the definitive Ah-nold film and reviewed some time ago, sometimes the best way to get the true enjoyment factor of the film is to get the three aforementioned tanked-up Scotsmen to chortle through it.
The other candidate for the definitive Ah-nold film. Also an early review on the site, the awesome gets an equally awesome commentary courtesy of Craig.