Mon, 18 September 2017
In 1991, Michael J. Fox - one of the biggest stars of the late ’80s - was privately diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. He quickly signed a three picture deal with Fox, producing Life with Mikey, For Love or Money, and Greedy - all of which were panned by critics. Fox courageously disclosed his Parkinson’s diagnosis in 1998 and revived his acting career with acclaimed roles on TV - but this trio of flops in the early ‘90s could have easily destroyed his career. At 32% on Rotten Tomatoes, the Barry Sonnenfeld-directed For Love or Money stands as the best-reviewed of the three, even if it was pulled from theaters after a mere four weeks. Let’s check in to the Bradbury and see how the film holds up.
This episode was recorded September 12th 2017
Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! these discussions will be spoiler filled and will use an explicit language, so consider yourself warned.