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#31

Posted 2 weeks ago Edited by Mister Pink, 2 weeks ago.

In retrospect, this film is pretty bad. However, I was introduced to this film as a kid as it was laying around in VHS. It absolutely terrified me! Look at the death scenes still freaks me out. However, I do remember seeing it as an adult and remember how corny and bad it is. However, I can now appreciate it for what it is. 

 

 

The Police Academy series is also pretty terrible. I mean, they're great fun and I loved them as a kid. But as an adult, I couldn't defend them in any rational way other than that they're pretty goofy and it's nice to watch completely stupid films every now and then. 

 

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#32

Posted A week ago



Ah yeah.:p
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#33

Posted A week ago

Haha, I wrecked my parents heads as a kid trying to do Michael Winslow sounds effects! Thanks Michael! :p

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#34

Posted A week ago

Michael Winslow is in GTA San Andreas, he voiced a pedestrian but I like to think that he also did every sound effect for the game.

 

Plan 9 From Outer Space, an Ed Wood classic, featuring an unintelligible police inspector, among many other awkward moments. This was basically "The Room" of the 1950s.

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#35

Posted 6 days ago

Silent night deadly night scared me as a child.


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#36

Posted 6 days ago Edited by Algonquin Assassin, 6 days ago.

I've had a fetish for these kind of films since this thread was started lol. So far I've watched The Room and Birdemic. Next will probably be Plan 9 From Outer Space and The Wickerman (2006).

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Posted 16 hours ago Edited by TheOneLibertonian, 16 hours ago.

Commando. 'Nuff said. This movie has cheese and cornball fun plastered all over it. You get Arnold spouting classic one liners, killing hundreds of bad guys without breaking a sweat, and carrying a goddamn 200 kilogram tree log! Plus you have Vernon Wells playing one of the funniest and most over the top villain of the 1980's. Bennett is my absolute all time favorite Arnold Schwarzenegger movie villain ever, he just chews screen presence all over with his laughable dialogue and Freddie Mercury-esque looks.

 

Lastly, the plot and premise is silly and absurd, and is often called the poor man's Rambo (I actually liked Commando better than Rambo II), but with Schwarzenegger's charisma and larger than life figure, and referential self-aware humor, Commando might not be a good movie by any standards, but it's so rewatchable and entertaining that solidifies it's cult status and defines itself as being it's so bad it's really good. I love it!

 

 

 

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