Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by shnaggletooth, Mar 29, 2021.
So bad it's funny. And free viewing, too (on Youtube).
Titanic II (What could possibly go wrong...?)
SUMMER OF '63, which is actually the 1961 film V.D./DAMAGED GOODS edited down into a 20-minute classroom film in 1972, with a new prologue, epilogue, and narration added.
pretty much all movies made in 2020/2021...
Frankenstein meets the Spacemonster (Amazon)
The Suckling (VS blu-ray)
Don't Panic (VS blu-ray)
The Edge of the Axe (Shudder)
Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (Shudder)
I'd say Don't Panic is the best of these bad movies, while The Edge of the Axe is the least of them. Perhaps I should take a break and watch something serious.
i couldn't finish it. i can deal w most superhero movies too .... even most of the fantastic four ones ..... but this one was pretty bad on many counts ...... mostly for craft reasons ..... score, cgi, dialog, etc ...... the jason momoa character i actually kind of like ..... but there's something really bad and cheesy about the movie itself .....
I liked the movie, but I totally understand your opinion...it's the water it's hard to grasp the "Aquaman"...
i'm sooooo used to that animated aquaman that my mother would never let me watch cuz i'd be late for school ....
aquaman is supposed to be blond.
now that's funny...thanks for the humor!
Not even Zack Snyder would be able to save this one.
yes that is quite different!
Aquaman for me as well.
I was distracted the entire time wondering if the Aqua-people pee in the water and make tiny bubbles when they fart.
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
You have a really great cast including John Lithgow and Jeff Goldblum, but the movie itself just looks and sounds like a bad, cheap b-movie. Not to mention the plot is lame as well.
I thought there was some sort of “in joke” that I never got. Turns out, nobody else I know likes it
The Beast Must Die (1974): Good premise, but after a point just sits there.
TV and mini series now are fantastically produced, directed and acted with pretty huge budgets and top names as far as actors and directors. I wonder if the shift in talent and focus to TV has had an impact on the quality of films because I do agree that overall there has been a decline in the quality of films recently and not just during the pandemic, it started before that.
Going through some video tapes I had recorded and kept a 1984 film called “One Night Only” for some strange reason.
Couldn’t remember what it was about and afterwards I couldn’t remember what I had seen.
The Late Shift. So many very good actors in such a ****ty ****ty movie. Couldn't stop watching it though.
Kong v Godzilla, that latest one.
Resident Evil: Apocalypse.
Uninspired and generic action horror.
good point...exactly...it ain't to hard to figure out...it's not going to get better.
Once Upon A Time In Mexico. I kind of liked the first two films in Robert Rodriguez Mexico Trilogy, but I couldn't make it through this third film.
I made it through and it was not that bad...: )
Ain’t that the truth. It seems like all of them were done in a rush and made for TV not even cable quality.
Bill & Ted
Coming 2 America
Wonder Woman 84
Kong Vs Godzilla
Call of The Wild
I Care A Lot with Rosamund Pike. Preposterous is an understatement. Sheer bilge. I really like Alicia Witt but this was unwatchable.
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