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SlaytanicMaggot
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« Reply #40 on: 06-11-2004 02:53 »

 
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Originally posted by EvilLunch:
That's what I was saying though, it was SO BAD.. that it was good. Loved the Ding Dong line. And the crapping a soul bit.
I love Bruce Campbell too much to diss anything he does. If it weren't for him I doubt I'd forgive that movie.

No, you're wrong, see...it wasn't so bad it was good - it was so good it was good.

Please edit your sig to 120 pixel height max.
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EvilLunch

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« Reply #41 on: 06-11-2004 03:29 »

Bah! Army of Darkness.. Now THAT was so good it was good.
termos

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« Reply #42 on: 06-11-2004 04:29 »

Army of Darkness is a classic, and so is Evil Dead II in my opinion.

Another movie that so bad it's good is Deep Rising (I think that was its name). I never quite figured out why their Chinese super-weapons never needed to reloaded.
feralHuman

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« Reply #43 on: 06-11-2004 08:29 »

More suggestions for the bad movie afficianado:-

Star Slammer - Think cliched "female prison"
flick -- but in space. Not porn but with the same level of "acting". Expect the lamest excuses to show cleavage and experience cutting edge special effects straight from the 80s.

Food of the Gods 2(The one with giant rats) - In one scene, you can actually see the prop guy squeeze the gunk from a syringe behind an actor with the stuff supposedly oozing from boils on his face. The poolside finale is downright hilarious, gotta watch it to believe it.

BTW, I agree with some of you guys though, 'They live(We sleep)' was quite alright, in a wierd way. That brutal fight scene was pretty darn convincing for a movie, with all the body slams on the asphalt(Ouch!). The rest of the show was more for laughs, loved Pipers' Duke Nukem cockiness.
Gleno

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« Reply #44 on: 06-11-2004 11:07 »
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If anyone says the Mortal Kombat movies sucked, I'll turn the lights down and cut off their head....  evil laugh

Let me break....let me break you down....for your sake....I will break you down...."[/small]
Lurrr

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« Reply #45 on: 06-11-2004 11:12 »

The Mortal Kombat movies sucked! Not that I've seen them, mind you  tongue

God help us all!!!
Gleno

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« Reply #46 on: 06-11-2004 11:23 »

*Kills Lurrr in a whirlwind of sharp things and fire*
Mr. Potter

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« Reply #47 on: 06-11-2004 16:31 »
« Last Edit on: 06-11-2004 16:31 »

 
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Originally posted by Lurrr:
God help us all!!!

That show was so bad that it was cancelled before it even came out. It should have aired a year ago.
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #48 on: 06-11-2004 22:24 »

I thought Hackers was Da Bomb when I saw it first, then when I actually learned whet hacking is really like, it looks terrible in comparison.
But it's still a good movie with all the craziness and the nghey glaven moiven and everything!  big grin
Nasty Pasty

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« Reply #49 on: 06-11-2004 22:46 »

Malibu's Most Wanted

I saw this the weekend it came out with my friend (who hates Rap music/culture) just as much as i do and we went to see it to make fun of it. in the next 2 hours we spent the entire time laughing our asses off at how crappy a movie it is. And then we both ended up buying it on DVD when i came out recently.
M0le

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« Reply #50 on: 06-11-2004 23:02 »

I remember when I was younger when a semi-friend asked me to come to the drive-in movies with him. I didn't ask what movie, but it turned out to be the third Pokemon movie. I wouldn't take that, of course, so for the hour and a half of the movie I just made fun of the movie and made stupid voices. I actually had a good time, but the movie was naturally terrible.
Ozor Mox

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« Reply #51 on: 06-12-2004 15:01 »

 
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Originally posted by ~FazeShift~:
I thought Hackers was Da Bomb when I saw it first, then when I actually learned whet hacking is really like, it looks terrible in comparison.
But it's still a good movie with all the craziness and the nghey glaven moiven and everything!   big grin

All hacking films are really inaccurate. Usually because the reality doesn't make such an exciting story for a film.

Anyone remember in Superman?

"OVERRIDE SECURITY SYSTEM"  no no

Prince

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« Reply #52 on: 06-12-2004 15:35 »

The Monkey's some band in the late 60's, didn't actually exist, they were completely manufactured. They were massively popular, and even got in guys to pretend they were members. Wierd, but true I promise.
Tramp

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« Reply #53 on: 06-12-2004 15:45 »

I remeber, they has a telly show and everything.  Wait that sounds like a am from the 60s when im not, but i have seen it i think it was a re-run on Channel 4 a while back.
Prince

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« Reply #54 on: 06-12-2004 15:56 »

Was it partially animated? All the teenage kids in the show are fakes....it sickens me, sickens me!!!
Tramp

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« Reply #55 on: 06-12-2004 16:01 »

No animation, possibly in the title sequence but not in the program i seem to remember.  I bet there were a few real fans as they did make some catchy music in their day which some must have liked for realy.  Someone must have bought their records.
Prince

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« Reply #56 on: 06-12-2004 16:56 »

As i said it was huge, thus it had lots of fans and lots of records were published and brought, but it was't real it was all fake, a scam if you will...
Klumsy Kitty

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« Reply #57 on: 06-12-2004 21:11 »
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I'm confused, are you saying the Monkey's did a movie and it was terrible or what???

Anyway I remembered two more that meet this standard of awfulness: Motel Hell (you will never look at your sausages the same again!) and an early Jackie Chan movie called Meals on Wheels. Truly, breathtakingly pitiful. The Italian Nazi biker gang was just SOOOOO scary...not. :P

edit: Oh, and thanks David A for the correction; WHAT was I thinking???  eek
Mr.MastodonFarm

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« Reply #58 on: 06-13-2004 02:58 »

I'm just amazed they'd think few had heard of the Monkees. I watched it in syndication as a little kid, too.... and I remember nothing, except the beginning theme.

..oh, and so bad it's good? The Boogens. Classic.
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #59 on: 06-13-2004 10:34 »

 
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Originally posted by Ozor Mox:
 All hacking films are really inaccurate. Usually because the reality doesn't make such an exciting story for a film.
Yeah, and Swordfish wasn't any better, that scene when Hugh Jackman is writing the worm/hydra/whatever is cringeworthy.  hmpf
termos

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« Reply #60 on: 06-13-2004 11:08 »

Yeah most hacker movies suck. One of the only movies I remember where they were actually using real computers with real OS's is "Antitrust". Wasn't a great movie though.

In most movies, a good hacker can always get through any password protection or connect to any government database using less than 20 keystrokes. Of course they can also connect to computers that are not on any form of network.

And the GUIs they use in most movies stink - incredibly large fonts and messages always blink.
SlackJawedMoron

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« Reply #61 on: 06-13-2004 11:33 »
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Ah, I've always loved the video games in movies, to. If they aren't generic platformer with bleeps that make 80's children cringe, they're massive, noisey creations with near life-like graphics that could only run on a machine God himself created... if they weren't pre-rendered, that is.
cyba

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« Reply #62 on: 06-13-2004 13:02 »

I saw the remake of DAWN OF THE DEAD recently, and thought it was hilarious. I laughed so much it was disturbing the rest of the audience. There was this one bit where they are talking about another group of people trapprd across town, one guy asks "are they dead?" and the other replies "well .... dead-ish!"

oh my sides ached! I nearly peeed myself.
EvilLunch

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« Reply #63 on: 06-14-2004 02:51 »

Now THAT was so bad it was good. Not horrifically offensive, but moderately so. Nice music, too. Johnny Cash + Richard Cheese = My kind of movie.
And it had a Zombie infant!
spacepilot3000

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« Reply #64 on: 06-15-2004 23:10 »

 
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Originally posted by M0le:
I remember when I was younger when a semi-friend asked me to come to the drive-in movies with him. I didn't ask what movie, but it turned out to be the third Pokemon movie. I wouldn't take that, of course, so for the hour and a half of the movie I just made fun of the movie and made stupid voices. I actually had a good time, but the movie was naturally terrible.


It's funny, I not a fan of Pokemon (anymore), but I still think the 2nd Pokemon movie is the best of the series. The other ones just took themselves WAY too seriously.

phoenixie

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« Reply #65 on: 06-16-2004 01:04 »

how could anyone hate "The Exorcist"?
because it doesnt have beavis & butthead type humour? you have ADD?

as for so bad it was good, ive never seen a film that i thought that of. for me either it stank or it was good, & these days almost all of them stink. i sound like Jay Sherman.
EvilLunch

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« Reply #66 on: 06-16-2004 02:28 »

I saw the second Pokemon movie on fansub in 2000. Subtitled, that film was too serious for its own good. Somehow, it's just more fun to listen to Sloking talk about pants instead of omens.
boingo2000

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« Reply #67 on: 06-16-2004 13:40 »

 
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Originally posted by phoenixie:
how could anyone hate "The Exorcist"?

Because it's boring and not scary in the least.

 
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you have ADD?

Yes, but that doesn't make my opinions any less valid.  Jerk.
Tweek

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« Reply #68 on: 06-16-2004 14:37 »

 
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Originally posted by phoenixie:
how could anyone hate "The Exorcist"?
There is no accounting for taste, I thought it was great, that said I'm sure some people think the films I like suck.

Melllvar

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« Reply #69 on: 06-16-2004 14:48 »

Agreed, I think there are some bits which are genuinely unnerving.

So Bad It's Good: Any movie starring Lana Clarkson (like Barbarian Queen), Amazon Women On The Moon, I'd agree on Underworld which was unintentionally hilarious, and Razo Blade Smile, which everyone told me was good, and I thought was terrible (mind you, those people were goths, so what did I expect?)
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