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25-04-2013, 08:27 AM
Best Worst Movies Ever
Why has nobody mentioned Attack of The Killer Tomatoes yet?
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25-06-2013, 06:29 AM
RE: Best Worst Movies Ever
Plan 9 From Outer Space [1959]
Night of the Lepus [1972]
Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 [1987]
Vampire's Kiss [1989]
Troll 2 [1990]
Leprechaun [1993]
The Island of Dr. Moreau [1996]
Batman & Robin [1997]
Speed 2: Cruise Control [1997]
Jason X [2002]
The Wicker Man [2006]
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance [2012]

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29-06-2013, 02:57 PM
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Finally! Someone mentioned the real best of the worst!

Plan 9 From Outerspace.

Ed Wood at his best...... er worst.This was Bela Lugosi's last picture and he died mid way through the filming of complications from long term heroin use. Ed Wood somehow convinced his dentist to finish Bela's part with a cape covering up his face so no one would notice. Everyone noticed.

There are fabulous "special effects" of flying saucers using paper plates. When the circular plates, I mean, saucers land and they film up close the somehow those damn ufo's have right angles like a square building would have. Hummm.

The dialogue is.. well....I donno.....here is a sample.......






If you ever get a chance watch the movie about Ed Wood with Johnny Depp. I think it's called Ed Wood.[/i]

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30-06-2013, 05:12 AM
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(13-04-2013 07:05 PM)Hobbitgirl Wrote:  This is a hard question for me cause I really enjoy a well done "B" movie. So I'll just go with Troll for now. I suspect the "goodness" of this film is colored by childhood fond memories....but I can't help myself.





..... Harry Potter Jr....................ShockingConfused WHY?!

That ruined J.K Rowlings saga for me!

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30-06-2013, 11:41 AM
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Scary Movie

The original... all the sequels really suck!

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06-07-2013, 10:59 PM
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I present for your enjoyment a rather funny review of the epic Hulk Hogan classic..."Santa with Muscles".

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06-07-2013, 11:02 PM
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(30-06-2013 05:12 AM)Atothetheist Wrote:  
(13-04-2013 07:05 PM)Hobbitgirl Wrote:  This is a hard question for me cause I really enjoy a well done "B" movie. So I'll just go with Troll for now. I suspect the "goodness" of this film is colored by childhood fond memories....but I can't help myself.





..... Harry Potter Jr....................ShockingConfused WHY?!

That ruined J.K Rowlings saga for me!


Lol. She doesnt steal as much as some *coughRobertJordancough*

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08-07-2013, 01:43 AM
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I certainly didn't enjoy Steel Trap.

http://www.amazon.com/review/R15GB7GMHBY...hisHelpful

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Like most horror flicks, Steel Trap begins with several hapless individuals who are trapped in an enclosed space by a deranged psychopath. Either they escape, or they fail (resulting in gruesome and sometimes entertaining demises).

Steel Trap has none of the elements that make horror films compelling. The characters are boring and hardly given more than a few minutes to explain their backstory. In this case, it was worse than having no backstory and simply having the characters beheaded, impaled, disemboweled or some other variant. The victims are so dull and flat that more screentime devoted to tension and mood would have done the film wonders. As far as the deaths go, there is no creativity present. Some "traps" are done better at your average high school haunted house.

I do give the creators credit for wrapping everything up nicely with plausible explanations, but that in no way compensates for the atrocious (and ultimately ineffective) attempts to scare the viewer. The characters are so dumb and their behaviour so unbelievable that suspension of disbelief is not really an option. They quickly discover the elephantine contrast between the killer's strength and resourcefulness and their own. Not two minutes later, one of them is isolated. Cue the "suspenseful music" and denouement that even a horror greenhorn could see coming, and you have a recipe for boredom and (hopefully) box office and DVD sale impotence.

I'll overlook the obvious tripe of Ben Stein's Expelled, but I will also mention D'Souza's Obama 2016:

http://www.amazon.com/review/R272DB38FCB...hisHelpful

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Quote:America Made the Correct Choice

After a brief life history by Dinesh, the film begins by tracing Obama's family history, with particular emphasis on his largely-absent father. He attempts to link Obama with a radical communist, as if he could simply push similar legislation onto the country without the existing checks and balances. When watching this documentary, it is worth nothing that D'Souza is attempting to make the argument that Obama was profoundly influenced by a father he hardly knew.

What's so bad about socialism? And why the unceasing conservative fervor for economic growth? Surely reducing poverty, shifting America's military mindset and reducing the deficit should take priority. Even with thousands of nuclear warheads disarmed, the US has more than enough to turn the world into a frigid, radioactive wasteland several times over. And let's face it; the easiest way to reduce the deficit would be to slash the military budget. Considerably.

For the record, Jefferson and the other founding fathers were staunchly anti-colonialist. I guess the reasons behind the War of Independence weren't important enough for D'souza to mention. I'm not surprised, though. The "brain" behind this "documentary" blamed liberals and religious freedom and tolerance for 9/11.

Toward the end of the film, D'Souza claims that his major predictions for Obama's presidency came true (including the highest spending by a president in history). Not mentioned are the situations or precursors (such as a multi-trillion-dollar war) that necessitated such spending.

D'Souza was correct about one thing, however. The fate of America lay in the hands of its people. The people made their choice, and they chose moderation and freedom over obsolete the Dark Age, conservative ideals of the Republicans and Tea Baggers.
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08-07-2013, 09:40 AM
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Night of the Creeps

"The good news is, your dates are here. The bad news is, they're dead."

"What is this, a homicide or a bad B-movie?"
(answer: both).



Honorable mention: D.C. Cab (the only OTHER movie you might have seen in theaters that featured Mr. T)
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10-07-2013, 09:27 PM
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I think, for those who have seen it, it's pretty self-explainable.

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