Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Turbo Gerbil, Feb 23, 2019.
I think The 5th Element is a masterpiece!
13 pages and no one has mentioned Snakes On A Plane yet?
It was so bad, I saw it twice. Laughed my a$$ off both times.
So many quintessentially 80s things in one glorious package.
Wholeheartedly agree! Wow, I never knew Morgan Freeman did the opening monologue. Geesh Morgan, leave some work for other actors!
Lelu Dallas, multi pass.
I've seen this one so many times, I can almost recite the dialogue. Oh, an you don't want to watch Team America World Police with me around. I know every word of it.
Oh, oh, I don't think anyone has posted this classic. Frankenhooker!
^I remember Ghost Ship.
Army of Darkness is my personal favorite.
Now there's a movie that's so bad it's entertaining. "Any Given Sunday" is another one.
Pacino at his scenery-chewingest.
Mortuary. Absolutely the most ridiculous depiction of the funeral industry ever put on film. I love it so much I have my own copy and whenever I need a hearty laugh, I break it out. Hilarious.
Manos: The Hands of Fate
Don't tell me it makes Scent Of A Woman look subtle.
Yeah.....Scent......takes the lead in that race....but only by the slimmest of margins.
I can't tell you how much I despise both those films. Charlize Theron at her finest in Devils.....and even so....unwatchable films.
I watch Replicas a couple weeks ago, simply because it got such awful ratings.
It is TERRIBLE!
But terribly enjoyable!
You keep thinking from one scene to the next, “Wait..what? He said what?! They just did what? There’s NO way they’re gonna— they just did! Wouldn’t it be HILARIOUS if they assumed the audience is a complete bunch of idiots and then they— yup, they did it!”
You know how in the beginning of the movie 2012 where John Cusack is in the car and suddenly the buildings and city starts falling apart, and the crust of the earth is flying apart, and somehow he just BARELY manages to stay alive jumping the car over planes, and bridges, numerous times?
It’s right THEN you realize that it’s one of THOSE movies, where you must suspend disbelief at a level heretofore unrealized in the history of film.
Well, Replicas takes THAT level of suspension of disbelief and quadruples it— then, it asks the viewer to ignore plot holes big enough to float a galaxy through, all while offering Sharknado level acting, and perhaps the dumbest character choices seen since Charlize Theron’s “running directly in front of the donut spaceship and getting flattened” scene from Prometheus.
But whereas Prometheus is a stinking turd which adds nothing to the Alien film Legacy, Replicas is a stinking turd with a wonderful whiff of gleefully unintentional humor.
Check it out!