Top 5 Movies Ruined By High Expectations

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Prepare to be disappointed, just as Anderson and Bryan were, by the TOP 5 MOVIES RUINED BY HIGH EXPECTATIONS.


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7 Responses to Top 5 Movies Ruined By High Expectations

  1. Will McPherson

    I love Bryan. I think he’s hilarious. I admire him for all the shit he has been through. However, it’s a shame his taste in cinema is total dogshit. A movie recommendation from Bryan is as meaningful as a musical recommendation from Lou Ferrigno. He’s like a Caucasian, Cancer-Ridden version of Armond White.

  2. Chucklube

    Thanx Anderson for my new favorite pickup line- My cock is not meant to be enjoyed, it’s meant to be experienced.

  3. Marcus

    Anderson again with this racist bullshit again about black movies and speaking for the black community. There’s Moonlight, Fences, Hidden Figures, Selma, I Am Your Negro, Get Out. Regardless of whether you Anderson, you racist piece of shit, those are all well received movies. Some Oscar nominated and Oscar winners. So a) we don’t need you to speak for black people about what is quality to us because all of those films I mentioned are high quality films b) you need to fucking GET OVER IT regarding Spike Lee. You probably fucking love directors like Woody Allen and Roman Polanski, those child molesters probably get your praise but get off and get over of this fake notion that Spike Lee is some sort of racist. It’s hypocritical of you to talk about someone being racist when you yourself sound like it everytime you start ttalking about black films and black people in general. When you sound like an uneducated fuck face when you talk about those two issues. The films I mentioned and more I didn’t mention represent black people very well. So please shut the fuck up about the black experience in movies because you don’t know what the fuck you are talking about.

    • Michael P. Gowdy

      Andy: “My stance on this is that the black community– the population that is black–”

      Bryan: “This ought to be good…”

      I’ve never laughed harder at this show.

    • Will McPherson

      Congratulations, you named six “black” movies and not one of them are starring Kevin Hart. Andy’s right, most films marketed towards black audiences aren’t very good. That’s not very contreversial. Spike Lee’s criticism isn’t about him being racist, it’s about him not making a movie worth watching since the turn of the century. One week Anderson’s a white apologist, the next he’s a racist! You should spray paint “safe space” on a closet door and then proceed to lock yourself in it so you can spend the rest of your shitty, pathetic existence unoffended.

  4. Wesssssss

    I wish I could see the grin on Bryan’s face when he says enners.

  5. Zach

    Anderson’s Egregious Error of the Week:
    Peter Lorre did not play Sam in Casablanca, he played Ugarte. Sam was the black gentleman who played piano at Rick’s club. The racial divide continues thanks to Anderson.