Oh, come on. The first couple of times I saw them they were fun and more importantly, they induced great curiosity. I-95 wouldn't be the same without them.
It is a fun movie. (As a dad I especially appreciated Larry Miller's over the top but really funny father.)
3.5 minute video of how Dr. J first got famous.
Not that I had any doubt, but this is for the people with the incorrect view.
UPDATE: Link added now.
The Allman Brothers, live at Filmore East, 1971.
Mr. Bogdanovich's life is . . . interesting.
Why? Quite a story. (6 or 7 minute video depending on whether you watch the ad at the end.)
I hadn't heard of him before. Wikipedia:
. . . Admiral Yi was never defeated at sea nor lost a single ship under his command to enemy action, and military historians have placed him on par with Admiral Horatio Nelson as one of the greatest naval commanders in history
Re Re's coming April 5. Trailer.
Not terribly surprising: unless you get millions of view, it's not very remunerative.