Category: Dare Daniel Classic

CLASSIC DARE DANIEL – “Krippendorf’s Tribe”

*Rewritten from a Dare Daniel review originally published on The Barnesyard blog on November 14, 2005. Krippendorf’s Tribe (1998; Dir.: Todd Holland) GRADE: F By Daniel Barnes Tim Conway’s legendary Dorf character was a bumbling Germanic dwarf who waddled his way through a series of faux-instructional videos in […]

Dare Daniel Classics

*Originally published on the Movie City USA blog on June 5, 2008. STEPMOM (1998; Dir.: Chris Columbus) GRADE: D- By Daniel Barnes At the end of Chris Columbus’ mummified would-be tearjerker Stepmom, there is a credit that reads, “In Loving Memory of Irene Columbus”.  It’s a reference to […]

Dare Daniel Classics

*Originally published on The Barnesyard blog on October 20, 2005. EXIT TO EDEN (1994; Dir.: Garry Marshall) GRADE: D- By Daniel Barnes If nothing else, Exit to Eden is an example of how attempting to play to every demographic only winds up making everyone unhappy. The film is […]

Dare Daniel – Rhinestone

RHINESTONE (1984; Dir.: Bob Clark) GRADE: D+ By Daniel Barnes *Originally published on the Movie City USA blog on August 22, 2007. Sylvester Stallone will be difficult to explain to our kids and grandkids. I don’t mean that in the sense that he’s a Napoleonic, steroidal, barely talented […]