Originally Posted by noa
It was definitely a good movie, plus Mal and Billy Chenowith are in it, guys from two of my favorite TV shows.
I don't think you have to hide that info BTW. At first, I was skeptical if the movie was received differently (in terms of reviews) because of what you wrote in white, but after watching it, I think it is good enough on its own merits to put that question to rest.
I'd heard and forgotten, and it was nice to watch the movie without the spectre of it over the experience.
Bill Parcells to Phil Simms: Son, it breaks my heart that my expectations for you exceed those you have for yourself.