By now, y’all know we love us some Fast and the Furious series here at Grill Wilson. I took a little hiatus on from the series, but I’m back. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is a different beast. 2 Fast 2 Furious subtracted Vin Diesel from the equation, but added Tyrese “Crazy Grillz” Gibson, which counts as a loss in star power, but is basically a push for grill power. Tokyo Drift has no star power, so it will have to really ramp up the grill power.
I’ve had this one in my back pocket now for a good long while. Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) could no longer be contained solely on my hard drive. He needed to escape and share his lively, effervescent spirit. So it is without further ado, that I mark my long awaited (I hope) return to the hallowed halls of Grill Wilson, with a little help from the one and only Kenneth Powers.
Grant Grant (Michael Rooker) thinks that Nathan Fillion may be getting a little to much face time here at Grill Wilson. His movie Slither has more to offer than just Fillion, and he’s here to prove it. I know what you’re thinking…his name really is Grant Grant, I checked. Any movie with a double named character is fit for the full on grill analysis.
Have you ever been watching a movie and that feeling just sweeps over you. Its that feeling that tells you “Yes, this movie needs to be grilled”. Well, such a feeling came over me when watching Every Which Way But Loose. This one’s been on my radar for a while now. I mean, how could it not, its got Clint Eastwood and an Orangutan. But beyond that I found grill happiness, which is what its all about.
What’s so funny Jayne?