Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Turbo Gerbil, Feb 23, 2019.
All I can say is, if anyone dares post in this thread that they enjoy watching Eye of the Beholder, circa 1999 starring Ewan McGregor and Ashley Judd, be warned that those are fightin' words in my world.
Only ever seen the original; I'm willing to defer to your expert opinion. Perhaps I just can't ever unsee Keanu Reeves as the character from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.
You think O Brother, Where Art Thou? is a bad film?
I always thought that was an excellent film.
Perhaps my gauge is broken?
Someone is a-bout to get A-Boned.
It can be tough. Reeves is an actor with a pretty narrow range, but I think Point Break is an example of using him well.
Speed 2: Cruise Control
Terrible premise, but the effects were great for 1997.
Plus, it gave us the best Willem DaFoe face ever.
Didn't care much for Salt, but nevermind, cause Haywire...
Gina Carano really carried that part well both acting, and the fight scenes.
I enjoyed it.
Sphere. I love that movie. I don’t know anyone else that does.
Indeed. I think it's pretty brilliant.
I actually liked it, until the end.
My favourite bad movie of all time is 1996’s “Time Under Fire” (aka Beneath The Bermuda Triangle)
Jobe from Lawnmower Man, the bad guy from Kindergarten Cop, the glasses guy from Heroes and Bryan Cranston in an amazing sci fi time travel dystopia submarine movie, produced by Roger Corman. Incredible.
It was noted on Bryan Cranston’s old website that it was the worst POS movie he’d ever done.
Jon Voight's accent is *pure* TGP over-acting cheese.
“There can be only one.”
The bad movie of all bad movies.
holy crap that looks bad. Might have to see it