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    Re: Favourite Terrible Movie

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    All the sequels to Jaws.
    The really old James Bond movies. (The effects was ground-breaking back then, but hilariously awful today. The action in itself is good though.)
    I have heard that Mortal Combat is a terribly movie, but many people still like it. Maybe worth a look...
    Let me tell you, Titanic 2 is brutal. The effects are god awful, and there's massive holes in the movie. Its definitely worth a watch though.

    As for old James Bond movies, those are great. Definitely don't count in the 'so bad it's good' list, at least in my opinion, but they're not for everybody.

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    I think Street Trash will be my next movie. Gonna find a copy of it.

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    It occurred to me after I had logged off earlier, that you didn't state a preference as to whether these movies were intentionally bad, My short list had both types.

    "Tomatoes" and its sequel were both intentionally bad.

    "Highlander 2" was not. It was just so awful that the producers had to make more movies and a TV series out of it as an apology to the fans.

    Intentional baddies would also include:

    The Kentucky Fried Movie
    Amazon Women on the Moon
    any spoof of genre films called "Genre Movie"

    Unintentional baddies would include:

    Most sequels
    Most "re-imaginings"
    Most TV show conversions
    and any monster film by the Sci-Fi channel
    as well as any Irwin Allen disaster flick other than "The Poseidon Adventure" and maybe "Towering Inferno"


    Side note in reponse to the comments about "The Expendables" - I haven't seen it and don't intend to, but my roommate's 16-year-old son just rented it and said it was awful. If a teenager thinks it's bad, then it must be really bad.

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    Re: Favourite Terrible Movie

    Quote Originally Posted by "Traveling_Vike" #1080933
    Side note in reponse to the comments about "The Expendables" - I haven't seen it and don't intend to, but my roommate's 16-year-old son just rented it and said it was awful. If a teenager thinks it's bad, then it must be really bad.
    Lets put it this way, Sylvester Stallone wrote, directed and acted in it.

    Whenever you get the trifecta like that, it's rarely a masterpiece.

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    Re: Favourite Terrible Movie

    Quote Originally Posted by "Traveling_Vike" #1080933
    It occurred to me after I had logged off earlier, that you didn't state a preference as to whether these movies were intentionally bad
    A little bit of both.

    Movies where they tried, but it was so bad it was awesome work for me. Movies that just suck all around, I'd rather not waste my time.

    As for the intentionally bad ones, it depends. All the new parody movies like scary movie, date movie, disaster movie, epic movie, etc. I'm not looking for right now. However, intentionally bad movies like Attack of the Killer Tomatoes sound like something I need to watch.

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    Literally every single SyFy original movie.

    Oh my god, they're incredibly bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Mr Anderson" #1080939
    Literally every single SyFy original movie.

    Oh my god, they're incredibly bad.
    Did you see Sharktopus? All I have to say is this: when the best actor in your movie is Eric Roberts, you know you're in trouble.
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    Re: Favourite Terrible Movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Traveling_Vike" #1080933
    Side note in reponse to the comments about "The Expendables" - I haven't seen it and don't intend to, but my roommate's 16-year-old son just rented it and said it was awful. If a teenager thinks it's bad, then it must be really bad.
    Lets put it this way, Sylvester Stallone wrote, directed and acted in it.

    Whenever you get the trifecta like that, it's rarely a masterpiece.
    Rocky 2... Stallone wrote, directed, starred and choreographed the fights. Rocky (the original) was better, a true classic, but he didn't direct that one.

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    Re: Favourite Terrible Movie

    Quote Originally Posted by "Traveling_Vike" #1080942
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1080935
    Quote Originally Posted by "Traveling_Vike" #1080933
    Side note in reponse to the comments about "The Expendables" - I haven't seen it and don't intend to, but my roommate's 16-year-old son just rented it and said it was awful. If a teenager thinks it's bad, then it must be really bad.
    Lets put it this way, Sylvester Stallone wrote, directed and acted in it.

    Whenever you get the trifecta like that, it's rarely a masterpiece.
    Rocky 2... Stallone wrote, directed, starred and choreographed the fights. Rocky (the original) was better, a true classic, but he didn't direct that one.
    difference being, Rocky was written when he was much younger. Probably what, almost 30 years ago?

    Rocky movies don't exactly have much of a plot though. He gets challenged, he trains, he fights, sometimes he wins, sometimes he fights again. Sometimes somebody dies and occasionally there's a Robot.

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