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« Reply #90 on: January 08, 2007, 09:47:02 AM »

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War of the Worlds was kind of lame (but the effects of the tripods were awesome, as well as the sound they made)

I HATE CGI!!  It doesn't impress me at all.  I'll take a person in a rubber suit or a gorilla mask and a diving helmet over that boring crap any day.  Stop-motion is cool too.
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« Reply #91 on: January 08, 2007, 05:18:27 PM »

I totally agree about CGI.Compare AMERICAN WEREWOLF in LONDON and AMERICAN WEREWOLF in PARIS....It has to be REALLY outstaninding or subtle...and  stop motion has an other worldly feel to it...almost supernatural.
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« Reply #92 on: January 09, 2007, 08:25:06 AM »

Okay, another update... I can't say I hate all CGI, because every once in a while, it helps create one or two good effects, but it's usually used in the cheapest, poorest manner possible (and in a good number of Scifi channel movies, the only effect used for a monster).

Next, on Godzilla vs. Megalon... Jet Jaguar is lame, but I always thought it was Megalon that got the biggest disadvantage: those stupid spade arms; they kind of remind me of the type of knife people use to cut wedding cakes. As Joel Hodgeson once put it, "I'd like to thank the fine people of Seatopia for giving me these totally useless arms." Maybe Megalon should be considered the first handicapped kaiju...?

Also, films like Nacho Libre and either the Mike Myers version of Cat In the Hat or Jim Carrey's Grinch are movies someone would have to pay me to sit through, and maybe elbow me once in a while to make sure I'm still awake. Seriously, did someone sniff glue when they came up with the idea of turning The Grinch That Stole Christmas into a live action film??
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« Reply #93 on: January 09, 2007, 02:52:06 PM »

Well, the 5 worst films to me weren't really movies we commonly think of as so-called bad movies but were moreso big budget disappointments (let's face it, most of today's pointless remakes are worse than SPACE MUTINY and BRIDE OF THE MONSTER ever were, at least to me they are. ) These picks are even worse than that: they are to me the worst disappointments because they were actually highly touted and I felt them absolutely painful viewing to endure. So here they are: the most painfully bad movies I ever endured:


Honorable Mention: DOGMA, the movie that proves Kevin Smith is an overrated hack as a director who should stick to writing comics, which he's much better at doing.  Well IMO at least.

5) ACCIDENT (1967): Supposed to be a great thriller, this film is in fact an exercise in boredom.

4) NATURAL BORN KILLERS (1994): a mindlessly repetitive onslaught of violence with no real rhyme or reason to it. I would have feel asleep if this weren't so blasted noisy. Big disappointment to me as I loved PLATOON and BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.

3) TITANIC (1997): you take one of the world's biggest disasters and turn it into a dumbed down romance to appeal to the masses. Definitely the worst take on the disaster ever put to film IMHO. Most overrated movie in history perhaps?

2) BOOGIE NIGHTS (1997): Talk about your overrated pieces of trash! It doesn't get any worse than this overlong, dull mess in offensiveness. Absolutely awful acting but then one shouldn't expect any less from one of the worst actors in history, namely Mark Wahlberg.
 
1) ARMAGEDDON (1998): talk about mindless. It doesn't get any dumber than this. This is nothing but special effects (and not lovable memorable Harryhausen style special effects either). What a terrible waste of fine acting talent!

Yes, these were to me the worst movies I've ever seen. Hell, I even liked THE CREEPING TERROR, arguably the worst "bad movie" in history better than any of these and I would watch that anyday over any of them.
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« Reply #94 on: January 09, 2007, 02:56:18 PM »

I wouldn't go so far as to call Kevin Smith a hack, but I don't care for his films much. Yeah, Boogie Nights seemed to go on forever...
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« Reply #95 on: January 09, 2007, 06:36:14 PM »

For the Curious, My Top 5  All-Time Worst "Schlockly" (As in they Might Get Reviewed on this Site) Bad Movies would have to be:

5)  The Apocalypse (1997) - I've reviewed this one over at Scifilm. I actually like it on some crazy level most cannot comprehend. Maybe it's just because I have a thing for Laura San Giancomo.

4) Monster From Green Hell (1958): DULL!! This movie's mostly well... walking and features...well...walking.

3) Alone in the Dark (2005): Uwe Boll has Christian Slater fighting obvious CGI alien critters. A muddled mess that could have been so much better.

2) The Amazing Transparent Man (1960): Definitely a disappointing effort from Edgar Ulmer, this one proves dreadfully dull in a running time of less than 60 minutes. I've actually reviewed this one at Scifilm and perhaps wasn't harsh enough on it as I have a soft spot for Ulmer's work.

1) The Creeping Terror (1964): It doesn't get much duller than the slowest moving monster perhaps in the history of cinema. Still the way it likes to munch down on bikini wearing beauties sometimes proves more entertaining than expected.

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« Reply #96 on: January 09, 2007, 06:52:17 PM »

I have to disagree on "Dogma," but I think it is one of those films that appeals to some, while repelling others.  It is a comedy and I have noticed that some comedy films work that way.  Some of the little jokes were amazingly funny, like "Do not underestimate the drawing power of the Garden State."  The who bit with Damon and Affleck bringing judgement to the one children's company seemed tacked on.

"Chasing Amy" was a complete mess.  He tried to switch from a comedy to a serious drama around the center of the film and just ground gears for the remainder of the movie.

I also have to disagree that "The Creeping Terror" is that bad.  Okay, I should explain.  It is amazingly bad, but entertaining.  They do not make films that bad anymore, because anything that bad is too self-aware and the "look we know it is a bad movie" moments ruin the effect.
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« Reply #97 on: January 09, 2007, 06:53:26 PM »

Jase, try watching Natural born killers with the commentary on. Made it a much better movie in my eyes.
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« Reply #98 on: January 09, 2007, 07:22:10 PM »

Monster From Green Hell (1958): DULL!! This movie's mostly well... walking and features...well...walking.


Oh, I totally agree.
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« Reply #99 on: January 09, 2007, 09:40:32 PM »

Andrew, we'll have to just agree or disagree or Oh My God! But Andrew Convinced Me to Give THE CREEPING TERROR a second look!! Buggedout

Cool review Shadowfyre.
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« Reply #100 on: January 10, 2007, 09:17:17 AM »

I love "Clerks", top ten of all time for me, but everything since then has disappointed in big or small ways. Dogma was alright, but alright's not really good enough when he could have done so much better- he'd got a little too self-indulgent by that point I reckon.
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« Reply #101 on: September 26, 2010, 05:37:59 PM »

1) Superbabies 2- I felt disgusted afterwards, And it was this movie that made me feel disgusted at the dancin' CGI babies
2) Xanadu- WORST MUSICAL EVER!
3) Monster A Go Go- You want to give us the big "f**k YOU!", I'll give you the big F-U!
4) Citizen Kane- I HATED this movie with all my guts, it's all about politics! I HATE POLITICS!
5) Mad Max 3: Beyond the Thunderdome- Beyond incredibly Boring is more like it. Twirling
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« Reply #102 on: September 27, 2010, 12:34:21 AM »

1) Superbabies 2- I felt disgusted afterwards, And it was this movie that made me feel disgusted at the dancin' CGI babies
2) Xanadu- WORST MUSICAL EVER!
3) Monster A Go Go- You want to give us the big "f**k YOU!", I'll give you the big F-U!
4) Citizen Kane- I HATED this movie with all my guts, it's all about politics! I HATE POLITICS!
5) Mad Max 3: Beyond the Thunderdome- Beyond incredibly Boring is more like it. Twirling
woah it's funny,
I just watched Xanadu 2nd time last week
I like it on first time and think it's better the 2nd time I watched it
it's so laughable and funny
but I understand why people hate this
even me consider it's one of my b movie guilty pleasure
hehe

and Mad Max 3
I think it have its moment
even it's the most boring and worst one in Mad Max

here's some worst movies come to my mind right now,

GRIM -
worst speical effect, non sense story,
stupid looking monster who knows black magic
can walk thru walls and floor to capture human to his underground chamber for no reason
most of the time the movie is in underground mine
it's so dark you can't see crap most of the time

Shock Treatment -
I wish I never know about this Rocky Horror Picture Show sequel
the most disappointed and boring sequel ever

Horror of The Hungry Humongous Hungan -
boriong as hell re-animation movie
plotless, bad killing scene, I just can't finish this
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« Reply #103 on: September 27, 2010, 01:03:36 AM »

Hmmm, I assume this is a personal question, in that case-

Ghost Dad- Anyone who knows me also happens to know I dispise Bill Cosby. Even if I didn't this film is still garbage.

Monster High- I like idiotic comedy horror, but this is just WAY too much.

A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)- There's a special place in Hell for you Mr. Samuel Bayer...(FUN FACT: I've never seen it and never will)

Powder- I'm not into any of these 90's depressive drama films. To me they focus too much on the sadness theme and appeal of the main character than the actual moral of the film.

Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones- Out of the three atrocious prequels, this is the one I almost cannot stand at all. Phantom Menace has Darth Maul (and Jar Jar is funny...to me), Vader is born in RotS(and the dialogue is laughable), but this has NOTHING!
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« Reply #104 on: September 28, 2010, 08:35:54 PM »

I have to add Battlefield Earth in my list
oh god I tried to watch it last night,
I go thru 50 mins then I give up
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