Aug 10 2010

Jim Belushi and all his fucking dog movies!

Published by at 3:31 am under Sucky TV,Your Movie Stinks

jim belushi k-9

Where do you turn when you need a boring white guy to act opposite a dog? Tom Hanks. But what if he’s too busy and not quite bland enough… call The Belush!

What’s that you say, you need to film a scene where a dog and a salt-of-the-earth tow truck driver put on sunglasses and play the harmonica to get out of a dicey situation? BELUSHI! You need your leading man to share a slice of deep dish pizza with a slobbering dog? BELUSHI! Your dream scene is a man and a dog getting drunk together at a bowling alley? BELUSHI!

Don’t believe me? Well then I would ask you to direct your attention to Jimbo’s resume, which includes…
K-9
Dog’s Best Friend
K-911
Snow Dogs
K-9: P.I.
What’s New Scooby Doo
Underdog
Snow Buddie
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Oh shit, that’s right, I forgot to mention that Belushi can also PLAY a dog! You can send me the bill for cleaning your carpet and painting the walls because I know I just blew your mind all over the fucking room.

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16 comments so far

16 comments to “Jim Belushi and all his fucking dog movies!”

  1. Yours Trulyon 10 Aug 2010 at 5:36 am

    So let me get this straight:

    He can play AND dog? That totally blows my mind.

  2. You Just Made My List!on 10 Aug 2010 at 7:29 am

    Yours – Jeeze, sorry I had a typo! Please forgive me.

  3. Jonathanon 10 Aug 2010 at 8:12 am

    You have to respect a guy who has managed to make a career (albeit an awful, unfunny career) out of the death of his far more talented brother. His sitcom was unwatchable, despite Courtney Thorne-Smith’s hot MILF ass. FUCK YOU, JIM BELUSHI!

  4. saraon 10 Aug 2010 at 8:13 am

    I had to watch K-9 on TWO seperate flights. Once on my way to Arizona and once to France, IN FRENCH! Not only that but they also played some piece of merde with Bon Jovi and Whoppie Goldberg….it’s like they hate Americans or something

  5. mikeon 10 Aug 2010 at 12:34 pm

    David Cross vs. Jim Belushi

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7PH3GVj104

  6. Jayon 10 Aug 2010 at 1:25 pm

    If I’m flipping through channels and I see Jim Belushi’s face, I know to keep flipping. Same goes for Kevin James, Ryan Seacrest, Jon Cryer, Neil Partck Harris, Tim Allen (sorry, I know how much you loved Santa Claus 2) and many others.

  7. You Just Made My List!on 10 Aug 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Don’t fuck with The Santa Calus 2!

  8. kenon 10 Aug 2010 at 3:46 pm

    Jay-

    How I Met Your Mother (N.Patrick Harris) is pretty funny.

    Ken

  9. Paul from Saint Paulon 10 Aug 2010 at 4:30 pm

    Jay, I hope that Neil Patrick Harris did not cause you to miss out on Harold and Kumar.

    I also hate Jim Belushi. I was hoping his neighbor, Catwoman Julie Newmar, would succeed in her full-time quest to destroy his life:
    http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/6430889
    I was on the verge of trying to figure how to donate money to her cause when they sadly settled.

    I’m glad David Cross isn’t backing down.

    Is it sacrilege to say that I found John Belushi extremely overrated? Not to the point that he had to work with only dogs, but I just never thought he was that funny.

  10. You Just Made My List!on 10 Aug 2010 at 9:20 pm

    Mike – Awesome.

    Paul – I have to disagree, I found John to be very funny.

  11. kenon 10 Aug 2010 at 9:32 pm

    I dunno Listy, I still love Blues Brothers but I recently re-watched Animal House and it wasn’t that great.

  12. You Just Made My List!on 10 Aug 2010 at 9:35 pm

    Ken – WHAT WHAT WHAT?!?! Animal House is a classic, I love it!

  13. Jonathanon 11 Aug 2010 at 2:58 pm

    Ken just made MY list! Animal House is one of the funniest movies ever!! Any single frame of Animal House is better than any movie Jim Belushit has ever made.

  14. kenon 11 Aug 2010 at 11:39 pm

    Have you honestly SEEN Animal House in the last five years? I too loved it as a pubescent kid and could quote the whole thing verbatim but seriously, I watched it about two years ago and it was just flat. Sure there were some funny parts but it just didn’t age well for me.

    Caddyshack? Still hilarious. Fletch? Also still awesome.

  15. You Just Made My List!on 11 Aug 2010 at 11:46 pm

    Caddyshack = Always awesome

    Fletch = still great but not quite as great as when I was 17

    Animal House = Still hilarious. Hilarious and kind of weird. AH (Animal House not Adolf Hitler) pretty much invented that genre and formula that is still used today.

  16. Paul from Saint Paulon 12 Aug 2010 at 11:18 pm

    I think this entry has subsided so I will confess now that I think Van Wilder is a FAR superior movie to Animal House, which my father watched incessantly on HBO, which probably contributed to my dislike of all its characters, maybe Karen Allen’s and Tom Hulce’s excepted. To make matters worse, I think Chris Farley was way funnier than John Belushi, even though much of the humor was painful self-mockery. During the original SNL heyday, I mostly sat staid through Belushi’s Greek diner, Bumblebee, and Samurai skits, while waiting for the Coneheads and Gilda Radner’s regular characters. The Blues Brothers, by the way, is fucking awful. I hated then, even when all my friends watched it endlessly, and found it wholly unwatchable years later. But say, John Belushi’s back, and bigger than ever:
    http://www.avclub.com/articles/todd-phillips-developing-john-belushi-biopic-every,44083/
    Also, Chevy Chase has finally found his calling as “the old man” in Community. I never liked him that much until now. His falling down is that much more hilarious now that he’s getting elderly, and he really knows how to work a line. His smarminess that once made me wince now has a touch of sadness that somehow works to comic effect. I’m all for comebacks. Most of the time…