Everything we Thought While Rewatching Kazaam
July 19, 2016 - table lamp
Kazaam is a mid-’90s square of, well, cinema. It was constructed for children, though was roughly positively enjoyed mostly by twentysomethings only removing a hang of a doubtful space between buzzed and trance drunk.
In it, Shaquille O’Neal — a male we competence know from his Gold Bond ads, or basketball, or that GIF where he bounces his shoulders, afterwards a cat bounces his shoulders, and a loop goes around again — plays Kazaam, a genie trapped in a bang box. Francis Capra plays Max, a 12-year-old child whose mom is totally cold with him using around a city in a center of a night, and who seems to have his possess tricked-out junkyard. To applaud a 20th anniversary, we rewatched a film that has a whopping 6% uninformed rating on Rotten Tomatoes.