Faerie Tale Theatre: Funny Tales: Furst: Movies & TV
Beautiful princesses, hilarious jokesters, a kind-hearted fairy and a big, bad wolf fill this collection of side-splitting Faerie Tale Theatre episodes. Sure to tickle your funny bone and keep you entertained “happily ever after,” these enchanting stories are brought to life with stellar casts that include Billy Crystal, Teri Garr, Jeff Goldblum, Howie Mandel, Carl Reiner, Paul Reubens, Robin Williams and more!
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS After leaving home, three distinctly different brothers (Billy Crystal, Fred Willard and Stephen Furst) learn an important lesson when a big, bad wolf (Jeff Goldblum) tries to huff, puff and blow each of their houses down.
Post by annabelleleigh on Mar 17, 2009 11:14:42 GMT -5
You know, as the father of small children, It's too bad VDO didn't do one of these "Faerie Tale Theatre" shows. Nearly all of his film work is R rated; the most recent stuff is really violent. You'd think he'd want to participate in a project his kids could see.
Perhaps VDO wasn't invited because he just didn't hang with the appropriate circle of (California) friends.
There’s a secret war being waged in the homes and neighborhoods of Earth that the humans don’t even know about; an eternal struggle between two great armies: the Cats and the Dogs. The film follows a Cat’s plan to destroy a new vaccine, that if developed, would destroy all human allergies to Dogs, and the Dogs’ efforts to stop the Cats. Specifically, it’s the story of a young pup (Tobey Maguire) whose job it is to guard the vaccine. Other dogs include a wise older dog who watches out for him (Susan Sarandon), a large friendly dog (Michael Clarke Duncan), and a small dog who serves as an electronics expert (Joe Pantoliano). Jeff Goldblum is the human scientist that invented the vaccine.
I think that's because he did and still does so much Indie stuff. Not only do they get rated tougher (*cough* or so I heard), it's usually the little bit more "critical" stuff that no studio dared to pick up.
But I'm for one second going to speculate (Patcat may keep her bat ready) and say that Leila has probably seen more than I'd be comfortable with. Acutally, all she has to do is put her Dad's name in at YouTube and she can see quite a lot...
I agree TJ that it seems that way. Nevertheless, you just have to look at Jeff's film resume and you will see indie indie indie and so on. In a recent interview I posted here Jeff stated that he has done alot of the edgier/indie filmwork. Both actors have done their share of mainstream but that's what pays the bills! And, of course, LO:CI.
"Jeff is a nice guy and an excellent actor, whose work has often inspired me. It's a huge honour that he'll be replacing me". Vincent D'Onofrio 2009.