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Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: M.K. Young on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
I just watched "Cool as Ice" with my 8-year old son and we painfully enjoyed this movie's badness.  It was crap but it was decent crap.  I was never an Ice fan but have seen him in various comeback TV appearances and can respect him for being on top when he was.

Still, I can't believe how terrible the acting was, especially from the Ice.  His sqeaky clean, soda drinking posse didn't convince me either.  Did they have any lines?  Certainly the bike repair couple did--woudn't the xenophobic locals have gotten rid of them long ago.

This movie was probably too bad to make the the cut for "bad movie" night with my homies.  Maybe I can get my music-loving brothers to watch it but we shall see.  I have "Starcrash" on the way and I hope it's better.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Canadaphile on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
This is a downright PAINFUL movie to watch.  Granted, there's many (unintentionally) funny lines, including the now-infamous "drop the zero and get with the hero," but what makes it painful is that you know that everyone involved was taking this whole thing SERIOUSLY!  There were people that thought it would be a good career move to do this movie!  That's just so WRONG!

Another bit o' trivia--until recently, director Janusz Kaminski was married to Holly Hunter.  


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: MichaelStorm on July 07, 2002, 03:57:28 PM
This movie is so awful that it is great.Its the kind of movie you can watch 3000 times. If I were Ice I would try to make a sequel.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: David Fullam on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
"Ditch the zero and get with the hero!" Oy vey. I must say that after seeing the Behind the Music episode that dealt with Vanilla Ice, I felt sorry for the guy. I admit to hating his music and this film, but the guy went from being on top of the world to being a nobody and "Cool as Ice" did not help matters any. I hope he learned a some important lessons.

Note to Hollywood, no more movies based around top 40 pop stars, please?


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Wendy Kroy on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
A bit of worthless trivia about Cool As Ice: the director of photography, Janusz Kaminski, went on to become Spielberg's choice D.P. and so far has won 2 Oscars for Best Cinematography (Schindler's List in '93 and Saving Private Ryan in '98). I suppose Vanilla Ice's talent rubs off onto others. *COUGH COUGH*


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Danny Gallegos on December 17, 2001, 02:23:28 AM
Vanilla Ice sucks humoungous Donkey balls! Sorry to say something so stupid like that and waste it here ona a message board but it must be said!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Jedy on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM
Man that movie was brutal!!
thank to badmovies.org for remind me such a bad experience in my life


Ps: yesterday i seen a interview of mr ice and he was talking bad about eminem, well eminem is s**te & he is tripe donky s**te so he should shut up... your time is gone vanilla so please avoid to show up again, you cAuse enough damage to the music and cinema industry


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: sandman on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM
I hate vanilla ice he ripped about everything off in is life.

That movie didnt help him a bite either, i never saw this movie caus i knew it would be that bad, i hate guys like him the matcho type, what kind of stupid idiot would jump a fence to go seduce a girl on a horse, this is a sign that everyone will do anything for a small amount of money even get s**t in their face......

So happy he never showed is p***yass face again ice ice dicky


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: john on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
this film rocks - in a totally ironic type way. a couple of things i learned from it:

1. Rap bands on tour who have a DJ, mics etc, go on tour with no equipment, on the back of motorbikes. they also leave Naomi Campbell, their singer, behind.

2. The phrase 'sex me' looks good on a jacket.

3. the phrase 'homeboy this!' sounds good before you twat someone with a baseball bat.

4. Preppie men are always clean-cut but have secret problems with anger.

5. NEVER wear a helmet while riding your motorbike.

6. family life looks best when sped up five times its normal speed -  and everyone cracks really big smiles all the time for some reason.

7. vanilla ice is a rebel.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Jeffrey Stube on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
How's this for coincidence? Listening to the radio on the way to work this morning, I heard a movie critic doing a review of "Vanilla Sky". After that, for a wacky tie-in, the dj started to play the song "Ice Ice Baby". Fortunately he stopped it halfway through and apologized for inflicting it on us! whew. Then he played a snippet of an interview with V. I., wherein he was trying to defend ripping off the hook in "Ice Ice" from David Bowie- on the basis that he changed the last couple of notes, therefore "..it's not the same- it's all different!" Gawd, that guy was a jackass. How he gained his 15 minutes of fame is a mystery to me... but it's not too hard to figure out why he couldn't sustain it...


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Chris K. on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Andrew, you maniac, you finally reviewed this film! Now I have not seen COOL AS ICE, and yet I do have a compelling urge to go out and rent this flick just to see HOW BAD IT IS! I don't remember much about the early 1990's, except that movies like COOL AS ICE sucked, the early pop music was BORING, and I did not care who was the greatest music star of the 90's becasue most of them did have some redeming qualities. I was too buisy getting hooked on Godzilla flicks than this crap!  


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Steven Millan on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
    What!?! A review of the cinematic Vanilla Ice career
suicide disasterpiece "Cool As Ice"!?!AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Jason Frandsen on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
This is a really well written movie review that the film itself does not merit. What is interesting is the fact that I have found web sites that have priced this movie at $90+ USD for the VHS version (it would probably be stating the obvious to say that there is no DVD version of the film). This in itself shows the usual true value of 'rare' items.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Nathan on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
The sad thing is that so many people missed the in-depth symbolism in this movie.  Kat represents the individual, Nick represents the conforming call of Society, and The Iceman represents a chance to escape the norm.  Hasn't everyone experienced a whackhead trying to play baseball with their homeboy's bike before?  Who can disagree with the words, "If you ain't true to yourself...you ain't true to nobody.  Live your life for someone else...and you ain't livin'...straightup fact."  The movie was even a breakthrough for the fassion industry!  Who wouldn't want an armor-plated hat like that.  Be safe and look good too.  You can't resist functional fassion.  I'm constantly amazed at the anger that this cinematical masterpiece stirs up.  I think your all just jealous because you never thought of taking a girl to a construction site for a date.  What about the use of great pickup lines like, (ICE)"So whassup wit' tommorrow?"  (KAT)"I dunno man, whassup wit' tommorrow?"  (ICE)"What are we doin'?"  It's moments like those that add up to a great movie.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Dave on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
You know, I saw the preview for the Britney Spears movie the other day, and it made me think of this.

Only a few more weeks until "Glitter" comes out on video, y'all...


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Mr. Benalto on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
No one has mentioned the scene where the bad guys abduct the son. The camera work is TRULY HORRIBLE, and mixed with the over-the-top acting from the bad guys, it's easily one of the funniest scenes in this masterpiece. My friends and I have seen this movie quite a bit, and I have a question: you know the construction lot romance bit? And then Ice and KAT lie down in the grass? Do you think it's to make sweet sweet love, or do you think he kept his filthy paws to himself because he's so honorable? Michael Gross was freaking terrible in this movie, his overacting reaches the highest point with the line "Get the hell out of here". This movie did more for slo-mo effects then it did for the director who got stuck doing a bunch of bad Playboy movies for almost a decade before making a "comeback" with Inspector Gadget.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Petrina on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
My friend and I have aboutt 10 pages of a notebook filled with things we learned from this movie.   We have seen it about 10 times, it's sooooo bad that it's just great!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Paul Westbrook on January 17, 2002, 01:49:56 PM
This movie just absolutely SUCKS!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Kid A on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
Ice Ice baby is actually ripped from Queen's "under pressure" song.
Somehow deprived of junk food and bad media during my childhood..i thought Ice was the koolest gimp i ever seen, ok i was about 7 years old so you cant blame me, hey it was a tough choice between him and MC Hammer, especially when Hammers cartoons have shoes that talk to each other! I lost interest in most mainstream music upon discovering the stone roses age 14.
I can still remember almost every lyric from ice ice baby, sad huh. If you listen to it now it sounds like they made the song on a Teac 4 track or something.
The best white rappers are the beasties. I have a really old Yamaha RX15 drum machine, good for crappy beats from that era.
 


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Tina on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Hey, the movie obviously sucks donkey dick, but I'm very suprised there's no info on the aounndtrack!!!Besides Vanilla Ice's pathetic rapping attempts and his even worse (gulp) singing, there were some slammin tracks on that album!!! Anyone else wit' me here????


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: coolasf*ck on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Ahem...  Who's taking this movie seriously here?  Come on!   It sucks.  It suck soooo bad.  And that's what makes it soooo good!   Don't complain about it being bad.  Celebrate it!  I thanked God that this movie was made after first watching (I'd smoked a fat one and could not believe my eyes and ears that fateful night).  

This movie, along with others like Escape From Galaxy 3 and Incredible Paris Incident, have made me a lover of the truly crap movie genre.  It's good, good fun.  

Rent it, buy it, whatever, but by all means see it!

P.S. I love this site!  Thank you for all your hard worK!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: kayte on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Holy S**t! I saw this film whilst i was watching a show on VH1 called movie maniacs or something and i guess 'cool as ice' was the film featured on that show. But i sat down in the villa out of the sun and kept the whole of my family waiting whilst i sat and watched the film. I know speaking in a general sort of way the film is bad, but there is definitely something appealing about it. I loved it. His clothing and the names for his homeboys like SirD are just the best!!No one ever suggested that it was 'Godfather' or 'Citizen Kane' standard but it's pretty obvious it's not s'posed 2 b, it's a fun film, it does exactly what i believe it was made to do.In fact.. reading about 'cool as ice' has made me wanna c it again, so I'm off 2 c if i can rent it out now:D Although I ahve 2 say fomr what I've seen of Vanilla Ice in interviews and stuff he seems pretty arrogant.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Rich on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
I just saw this for the first time on VH1 - Movies That Rock.....lol...While I'll admit that I bought his CDs and generally liked his music...his acting sucks big time.

How the hell did he jump over that Corvette at the end?

Anyway, i just find it amusing that everyone slammed Vanilla Ice for "sampling" everyone, but no one said crap about MC Hammer or Will Smith...seems like every hit Will Smith has is just a sample of some old song that he just freshens up...now thats cheap.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: B on November 03, 2002, 11:29:35 PM
First of all let me say that Cool as Ice is without a doubt the funniest  movie ever made it is so cliche ridden and ego inflated that it makes me p**s my pants everytime I see it especially the scene where they storm the dance club and vanilla Ice hijacks the stage and then he says drop it and the guy drops the glass. Now everytime I watch this movie I get a group of guys and we all just die laughing. Its the funniest movie ever made and the funniest movie I have ever seen. Hands down.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Lincoln Hawks on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
Was this movie actually made?!?!?  Vanila Ice should die of Ghonoria and rot in Hell!  Great review guys.  I love the line where Ice says, "You need a syciatrist."  Other movies to check out that could contend with Cool As Ice for worst movie: Anything With Gary Busey in it.  In Particular "Down & Dirty ,and On The Edge". Gary Busey: "I'm your worst nightmare Butthorn!"  Vanila Ice: "Drop That Zero and Get with the Hero!" You Decide!
What a s**ty movie!  I am gonna go watch Spinal Tap and Cheer up! Later.  oh yeah there is just one more thing luietent,  What the Hell do his Glasses say? you know the one's that are as thick on the sides as Rosie O'donnel's upper torso.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Sennith on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
Those who hates Cool As Ice(I hate it too and I hate Vanilla Ice)should see all the positive reviews this movie recieved on Amazon.com! It's amazing! HUGE REVIEWS all saying what a great movie this is. None of them even mention the part where Ice mysteriously flies over the fence with his motorcycle when there is no ramp or anything. Everybody has their own opinion, I understand if people watch it to get a good laugh, but I highly reccomend that you check out the reviews of Cool As Ice on Amazon. You should see the way they describe this movie. I was pretty disturbed when one reviewer said something like "Vanilla Ice should've gotten the oscar instead of notalents like Russel Crowe(forgot the other actors name)."              


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Ryan J. Kenner on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
I never liked Vanilla Ice back in the day, but I got dragged into this, and I remember being bored out of my skull, it doesn't even work as a cinematic cheese, the movie is just plain awful. A movie made for dorks by well, even bigger dorks.

1/5


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: marsha on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
This IS the best movie. Don't dis it man


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Kirk on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
ICE ICE BABY... You all gotta admit every one thought he was klass back in the day (iam on about thouse of us who where about 10).... And about this ripping off stuff, my dad is into soul music big time so i know most of the songs, and all rap/R&B stars rip/sample old soul/motown tunes! Any way, any one who likes watchin films should watch it coz it mite be bad but its now in the realms of the classics! The "ice man" is pritty good at motocross, maybe he should have done that instead.... ;)


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Brian on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
  Why did Vanilla ice always wear those black shiny shoes? Yeah i mean they were nice but he wore them in every performance that he did. I wonder what he was thinking of wearing those all over the place. I wouldn't wear those all over the place. Maybe he has a feddish of Black shiny tuxedo like shoes>


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Jonny 5 on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
I really liked this movie... I was about 19 when I first saw it, and I was thinking about getting a motorbike.  This movie motivated me and I sat my licence soon after.  
Don't tell anyone, but I even shaved the sides of my head, and had brick shapes shaved in.  No-one ever knew the idea was from this movie, (probably because they hadn't seen it), but they all liked it.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Unbreakable on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Yeah, Its a cheezy movie that I think was trying to be serious.lol. That what makes it funny.lol. Its good for a laugh and has entertainment value, the story isn't terrible. Just the stupid lines Vanilla Ice has is what makes this movie priceless, Its great!!! Can't wait for an offical DVD.

 hey guys cut Iceman some slack. This movie was better than 8 mile and his music was alot better than the majority of music rap acts that were out around that time period.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Mike Kenmore on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Hey Universal, release this hilarious film on DVD - bare bones or with extra features! Trust me, this movie is getting harder to find and rent because it's frequently worn out and stolen at video rental shops! Do us a favor and release this cult classic on DVD and you get your money instead of losing to bootleggers...


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: SPC Franks on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
Well I finally found it... the site that truely believes in something greater than regular movies. And that my friends is B-Movies. Cool As Ice is not what hooked me but it sure helped. I never laughed as hard as I did when he says, "I'm going next door to sling a slong" or something to that sort... but the phrase "sling a slong" ... I laughed my ass off. Mr. Van Winkle had to be out of his mind if he thought he was acting in this movie... I will watch it again and again. Thanks for the website. I love it.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: MegO on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM
Beleive it or not, there are alot of DVD versions of this film, which include the soundtrack. (Not that it helps promote ppl to buy it) I would own this movie just to say I have one of the very few living copies of the s**ttiest movie of all time. Even s**t is worth something 100 years later, yknow? Poor Vanilla, rest in peice Plano boy.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: slurpee on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
An unintentional comedic classic of the 90s. My former roommate and I watched a bootlegged version that was dubbed in Polish!!! We watched it so many times that we managed to catch some catchy lines. Here's one when Kat seeks Ice's help when her brother is kidnapped:

Kat: Honey, I need to talk to you.
Ice: You need a psychiatrist!

There is no doubt why the VHS film is expensive...this has become a cult classic. The 'romantic' scenes taking place in a construction site (with a ballad sung by Ice!), Ice's fighting moves, and of course, we can't forgot the unforgettable soundtrack ("I'm the People's Choice!"), and the memorable appearance of Michael Gross of "Family Ties." Regardless of what you feel about the film, the roots of Janusz Kaminski's cinematography work is on display here.

There's an online petition to get "Cool As Ice" released on DVD. Ice deserves more movie roles. Last I heard, he did a bit part on a film satirizing "The Matrix."



 


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: SUST Girls on June 17, 2004, 09:45:08 AM
We work with Crawford Binion - one of the cops!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Me on June 25, 2004, 10:50:04 PM
What the hell was Micheal Gross thinking working on the film!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: SomeGuy on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM
(Posted this in the BBS on accident... sorry to the mods.)

If you notice, there are three 24-hour ultimatums given by different characters, none of which are followed up on.  



Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Cosmic Dave on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
Blockbuster Video doesn't have this movie.  You basically have to wait until it comes on TBS, which is the only channel brave enough to show it.  Yeah, this movie was bad, but there are a lot of other bad flicks out there.  Even Star Wars Episode 2, when Anakin Skywalker walked into the cafe and said, "Jedi business..." to onlookers.  What was Lucas thinking of doing?  Ruining his career?  Does anyone remember "Howard The Duck"?  I guess if you collect movies, "Cool As Ice" would have to go into your collection.  It's still a fun movie to laugh at.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Sandy on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Hey you can't diss the bad movies. I am a stickler for the 90's. Howard the Duck, classic, Cool as Ice, well, it's all for the music and fun. That kind of music is easy to party to. HIs career may be over, but what keeps him going is that we are all sitting at our computer writting about him. Yeah ok some, well maybe most of his songs suck, but we still hear them refered to and I still dance to them.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: J dot on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
They just aired this movie, after showing the last episode or surreal life 2.

I have to admit, I couldn't watch but there was some heavy competition in that curling was on.

I feel the Surreal life show, let us in on the real Rob Van Winkle.  We all got problems, Vanilla included, but I don't feel sorry for him, cause he's lived through more adventure and cash than I.  I do feel bad for him, as I think he's been subjected to more hate than Hitler.  Got to give him his props for trying and having some success.  Most 16 year olds never even make it out of their garage or basement.


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: :) on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
Do you know that "Vanilla Ice" is still alive in 2005? Unbelievable!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: JayZ on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
God - this is one of the BEST damn movie I have ever seen.  Vanilla Ice is a genius, love the lines and the acting.  Especially 'drop the zero and get with the hero' said with a straight face.  I have used this line many a time - guys u have to try it.  All u people baggin it - u don't know wut quality viewing is all about.  This movie will make u laff yer a** off!!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: patriciah on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
''Cool as Ice'' is the best movie!! Vanilla ice I love you!!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Nathan on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
This is actually one of my wife's favorite movies (I know, pity me).  "We" actually don't watch it very often, mostly because I can't keep my mouth shut during it.  Which, as you can imagine, causes some tension during the film.  What a loss.  :p


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: charles crabtree on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
 Cool as Ice, is a movie nothing more nothing less! Bad nor good,although Vanilla Ice was the Eminem of yesteryear, "he was that big." Nostalgic-vintage-and reminiscing are words that come to mind when I think about watching this movie, as I  DO own an original copy. I know everyone has their right to free speech, but why rip on Vanilla Ice a "rapper" when you listen to hard rock like Spinal Tap/etc, why are you watching a film featuring a rap star "of that era!"

 I grew up and never thought of him as a mega star the likes of Michael Jackson, but 20 yrs from now, when my kids ask me who were popular when I was a kid I will proudly say Vanilla ice, New Kids on the Block, MC Hammer........etc, etc.......
         To the rest of the people who just like to run down this movie or the individual himself, Play That Funky Music, and get on with your life!!!!!!


Title: Cool as Ice
Post by: Felicity on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM
This movie disappointed on two levels. It was a bad movie, and it cheapened whatever image Vanilla Ice had at the time.

Still, when this movie comes on nowadays, it makes me nostalgic for the simpler, more innocent time that was the early 1990s.


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Jeff on May 17, 2007, 06:21:21 PM
This movie is so bad it's hilarious.  From the bad one-liners, MC Hammer clothing, 80's shades, and neon colored sport bikes, this movie is great after a long day at work or a couple of beers on Friday night. 

I can't say that this movie exactly propelled Vanilla Ice into stardom, but it is very entertaining.

Hearing the line " Words of Wisdom: Ditch that zero and get with the hero!"  coming from a man in flourescent yellow parachute pants, dollar store sunglasses, and a flat top haircut with blonde streaks is classic B-movie humor.  Even Arnold, Rambo or Dolph Lungren couldn't come up with a line that bad!


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: aaron on July 30, 2007, 12:39:38 PM
was this guy ever cool. and how? the style and clothes were laughable. so was his music.he makes puff daddy a lyrical genuis. i felt embarrassed watching this. Im glad the vanilla ice phase was short along with the dancing. His acting is more painful than the bright pants he wore. His hair-wow that was crap. I wonder how he feels watching himself in this movie. Ashamed i hope. I dont know why i watched the whole thing. Its like staring at some freak of nature. Just couldnt turn away. thanx for listening i needed to get that out.


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: movieguy247 on February 23, 2008, 09:14:51 AM
I admit it, I'm one of the 10 people that saw this in the theater. Yes, it was terrible. V-Ice is as good an actor as he is a musician. By the time this movie came out in October 1991, his 15 minutes were over.


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: HarlotBug3 on April 18, 2008, 03:33:14 PM
Update*

It seems our 'Heroic' former-icon recently was recently arrested for:

(drum roll)

(drum machine)

*DOMESTIC VIOLENCE*

Does Vanilla Ice seem like someone who'd hit a girl? Maybe. Does he seem like someone who'd hook up with the kind of woman who would punch him first to start a fight? Maybe.

My most specific memory of this movie was one for the quotes topic, when the little brother walks in, the leaves, assuring them:

"I'll come back when you're done making sex."

Of all the movies I watched when I shouldn't have been watching movies unsupervised, this one was probably the most benign. :tongueout:

(Yes, I downloaded his TMNT song...waiting two more years to distribute the 90s mix we all deserve)


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Rip Van Winkle on April 24, 2008, 02:37:32 PM
Well I managed to dodge this craptastrophy from the time when I danced like him at my junior high school dances until now.  So this is what they show on HBO during the day!  

I was in the privacy of my own home and humiliated and embarrassed beyond belief while watching this horrible film. I couldn't help but wonder if Ice watches this from time to time or subjects anyone who recently met him and just doesn't know, to it.

I feel bad for him; he sucked on every level possible.

For a comedy I give four stars, for a serious drama; if there were no more toilet paper available in the world and all I had was the actual film of Cool As Ice to wipe with; I'd use my hand.




Title: Statement From Vanilla Ice Regarding Recent Events
Post by: V-Ice Fan on April 29, 2008, 09:01:52 PM
"I love my wife and my family. We have been together for 14 years. Every now and then there is a bump in the road just like in most relationships, unfortunately mine is made public, and the media has a way of twisting things around. Don't believe what you hear. When I got out, we hugged and made up. We just want the whole thing to go away. My family means the world to me and I would never hurt anyone."

-ROB V.


Title: Re: Vanilla Ice
Post by: V-Ice Fan on April 29, 2008, 09:03:17 PM
Get Mind Blowin', Hard to Swallow, Bi-Polar and Platinum Underground if you want to hear what Rob is really all about in terms of music. Those are good albums. :cheers:


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Anonymous on April 30, 2008, 08:40:57 AM
Prosecutors decline to charge rapper Vanilla Ice

13 hours ago

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Authorities decided against prosecuting Vanilla Ice for a domestic battery charge since his wife recanted her original statement.

The 40-year-old performer (real name: Robert Van Winkle) who sold 15 million copies of the single "Ice Ice Baby" in 1990 was arrested April 10 at the couple's home. Authorities said his wife called 911 and claimed he kicked and hit her during an argument. She later told deputies he only pushed her.

In an affidavit provided to Palm Beach County prosecutors, Laura Van Winkle recanted her original allegations. She now says any physical confrontation was accidental.

Prosecutors on Tuesday closed the case.


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Leon on February 12, 2010, 02:29:21 PM
When I was a kid, I watched this movie and thought Vanilla Ice was a cool person. The actual movie is like a long music video; it's quite surreal and dreamy. Definitely not a great movie, but it has something about it that makes it quite charming. The only thing that p**ses me off about Vanilla Ice, is the fact that he only had one big hit. He could have built upon that infamous Ice Ice Baby tune, but all his other songs were really poor.

Vanilla Ice is fated to always be infamous for being a white rapper at a time when the black community weren't ready to accept him. He had attitude and talked bulls**t,  but what rapper doesn't? He was hard done by. It's a shame that all the negativity drove him mad, and he changed his style completely. Oh well, it's a long time ago.



Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Trevor on April 20, 2010, 02:08:09 AM
Quote
The phrase 'homeboy this!' sounds good before you twat someone with a baseball bat.

 :bouncegiggle: :bouncegiggle:


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: JPickettIII on July 20, 2010, 09:49:57 AM
I recored and saw this movie with my wife.  I am very lucky that she did not divorce me.  This movie was ALL OVER the place with the plot.  There were a lot a plot holes too.   :question:  I will say that I will buy and watch it again.  It is a good movie for those braind dead moments when you really have nothing else to do.   :twirl:

Later,

John


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: YepYep on September 21, 2010, 06:44:36 PM
 :buggedout: :buggedout:
9/21/10

ILOVE THE MOVIE "COOL AS ICE". I JUST DISCOVERED IT A FEW DAYS AGO ON THE CHANNEL WAM. I REALLY DONT CARE WHAT PEOPLE SAY I THOUGHT THE MOVIE IS ALMOST CULT WORTHY AND PEOLPE SHOULD GIVE IT ANOTHER CHANCE/LOOK. IT IS GENIUS IF YOU LOOK AT IT FRO A DIRECTORS POINT OF VIEW ALL THE DIFFERENT ANGLES. I ONLY BAD THING ABOUT IT IS THE FACT THAT V-ICE WAS A RAPPING MOTORCYLE TRAVELER BUT THE REST OF THE MOVIE WAS BRILLIANT.

P.S HOPE YOU'LL GIVE IT A CHANCE


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Reed on October 01, 2010, 12:15:40 PM
Some people claim this film was what ended Mr. Ice's career. I beg to differ.  What ended Mr. Ice's career was the "Ninja Rap" sequence in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze.  I just don't think anyone could take him seriously after that.

That being said, Vanilla Ice, even at his worst, was worlds better than the drek that passes for pop music these days.  At least he didn't use a pitch corrector.

Word to your mutha, he's the people's choice.


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Trevor on August 23, 2011, 04:04:34 AM
A friendly word of warning: this is now available on DVD.  :buggedout: :buggedout:

I saw it for sale on Saturday afternoon!  :buggedout:


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: FatFreddysCat on August 23, 2011, 07:23:37 AM
A friendly word of warning: this is now available on DVD.  :buggedout: :buggedout:

I saw it for sale on Saturday afternoon!  :buggedout:

I am fairly sure that a DVD release of "Cool As Ice" can only mean one thing: The Apocalypse is nigh.


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Trevor on August 23, 2011, 08:07:00 AM
A friendly word of warning: this is now available on DVD.  :buggedout: :buggedout:

I saw it for sale on Saturday afternoon!  :buggedout:

I am fairly sure that a DVD release of "Cool As Ice" can only mean one thing: The Apocalypse is nigh.

So that is why thunder rolled and lightning flashed in a clear sky when I picked the DVD up?  :wink:

I put it back on the shelf, though.  :wink:


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: FatFreddysCat on August 23, 2011, 09:23:40 AM
A friendly word of warning: this is now available on DVD.  :buggedout: :buggedout:

I saw it for sale on Saturday afternoon!  :buggedout:

I am fairly sure that a DVD release of "Cool As Ice" can only mean one thing: The Apocalypse is nigh.

So that is why thunder rolled and lightning flashed in a clear sky when I picked the DVD up?  :wink:

I put it back on the shelf, though.  :wink:

It could also mean that Universal Studios has absolutely nothin' else left in the vaults to release on DVD. "Howard the Duck" finally got a DVD release a couple of years ago too.  :teddyr:


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
Post by: Knightsaber1 on April 02, 2013, 08:34:35 AM
I didn't get to see this gem until I purchased the RiffTrax On-Demand version. It's worth a purchase/illegal download/whatever you guys prefer.


Title: Re: Cool as Ice
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