After 27 years, I walked out of my first one a few months ago. Black Sheep with Chris Farley.
But you know, really, if you think about it Roger and I and all critics really have one absolute essential part of our credentials and that is that you believe that that is actually what we think.
Is this film more interesting than a documentary of the same actors having lunch?
They know they got the TV ad, they know they got the name recognition, they know that they can do a tie in with McDonald's or some fast food outlet and the money is just gonna flow in.
John Goodman is more that just a big guy, he's a wonderful actor.
The only actor who I think probably might have possibly taken a swing at me if he could have would be Burt Reynolds. He used to call Roger and me the Bruise Brothers, out of Chicago.
That's probably when I get the most angry at American movies, when they just so cynically manipulate the audience without even trying to give a good story.
Roger and I are now in our 20th year and I think people tune in because they know that for better or for worse, these are our opinions.
We don't pretend to disagree.
The result is a picture that represents so much of what I want and rarely get from a movie - a couple of hours filled with characters who are as exciting as the people I know in real life.
I'm not surprised that Spielberg was able to capture the heroism of Schindler; so many of his movies are about the better part of mankind.
We'd rather see a picture that we liked then dump on one we didn't.
In fact, Cannonball Run II. I used to pick that as the worst movie ever made.