Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Turbo Gerbil, Feb 23, 2019.
One of my all-time favorite films, it's a comedy project about the drug & rock 'n roll invasion of earth. Starring the voice of DJ Machine Gun Kelly, among others.
I didn't love the movie, but it was a helluva book.
It's got Frank Stallone too!
You just had to remind me about it after I agreed to forget it.
Haha, more like animation rather than CGI. And Jon Voight's character...i think he knew how bad the movie was and just hammed it up.
I enjoyed Sports Illustrated's coverage of Bosworth: during his outstanding NCAA FB career, he made the cover as "the incredible bulk". After his much less than stellar pro debut, he made the cover again as "the incredible bust".
I think #1 was actually a good movie, a novel idea for a script and Bronson was very believable in the role. Each sequel was more obsurd than the one before.
And folks who think that the behavioral aberrations of guys in that particular line of tech work are exaggerations. Not true at all!
Love this one^ And Big Trouble In Little China is also a personal favorite too (I own them both)
But here is my all time favorite "bad" movie. No one in my family likes it and I think it is just hilarious!
I think the concept is great, just not very well executed.
Some movies are just so dated, not really bad until 30 years later. Case in point: Billy Jack.
Deathsport(1978). Truly a so-bad-it's-funny movie. New World Pictures delivers.
I love cheesy action and scifi. While I find them highly entertaining, I couldn't actually call them good lol. Here's a few that come to mind....
The Running Man
Parts-The Clonus Horror
The Bad Ass Trilogy
If you have Amazon Prime and like cheesy and sleazy low budget scifi, I highly recommend Cyberzone. The Beastmaster himself is the hero haha. No, it's not at all good but I found it entertaining as hell!
Then there are ones like Zardoz. I can see why some might hate it but I think it tells a really I interesting story. It is cheesy and Sean Connery's little red outfit is highly unnecessary but I'm torn on whether to absolutely call it bad or not.
I know I have many more but can't seem to think of many at the moment.
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Trust me Billy Jack was bad when it came out!