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19th Sep '16 12:37:32 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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-> I suffer without my stone. DO...NOT...PROLONG...MY...SUFFERING!

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-> ---> I suffer without my stone. DO...NOT...PROLONG...MY...SUFFERING!
19th Sep '16 12:32:24 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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* The [[{{Film/Spawn}} film adaption]] of ''Film/{{Spawn}}'' is considered lackluster at best, with a weak story and special effects that looked old when it was released in the 90's. Among all this however is JohnLeguizamo, who seemed to realize what he was acting in, and hammed up his scene stealing role as The Clown/The Violator.

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* The [[{{Film/Spawn}} film adaption]] of ''Film/{{Spawn}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' is considered lackluster at best, with a weak story and special effects that looked old when it was released in the 90's. Among all this however is JohnLeguizamo, who seemed to realize what he was acting in, and hammed up his scene stealing role as The Clown/The Violator.



** [[Creator/RobertCarlyle]] manages the rare feat of being both this ''and'' TookTheBadFilmSeriously due to the dual nature of his character Rumplestiltskin. One moment he's giving a heart wrenching performance as a tragic villain, only for him to chew the scenery for all it's worth as the Dark One in the very next scene.

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** [[Creator/RobertCarlyle]] Creator/RobertCarlyle manages the rare feat of being both this ''and'' TookTheBadFilmSeriously due to the dual nature of his character Rumplestiltskin. One moment he's giving a heart wrenching performance as a tragic villain, only for him to chew the scenery for all it's worth as the Dark One in the very next scene.
19th Sep '16 10:00:53 AM narm00
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** Tom Baker was, according to the special features on "Robot", specifically ''cast'' for this - as the future of the show at that point was uncertain due to the lead actor and entire production team changing (and there had been several attempts to kill the show off), the casting director's brief was to find someone who was 'a very good actor' and 'so charismatic that he is fun to watch even when nothing else is'.
** Before Creator/TomBaker got to the point where he could [[WagTheDirector change lines in the script]], he tended to really overact stupid lines of dialogue or unfunny jokes he would have to say - usually delivering them by [[AsideGlance fixing the camera with his eyes]] and overacting the line with a contemptuous "can you ''believe'' I am saying this shit?!" expression, as if asking the audience to laugh at the show itself. This draws a lot of attention to the clunkers, unfortunately, but pushes at least a few of them into SoUnfunnyItsFunny.

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** Tom Baker Creator/TomBaker was, according to the special features on "Robot", specifically ''cast'' for this - as the future of the show at that point was uncertain due to the lead actor and entire production team changing (and there had been several attempts to kill the show off), the casting director's brief was to find someone who was 'a very good actor' and 'so charismatic that he is fun to watch even when nothing else is'.
** Before Creator/TomBaker Tom Baker got to the point where he could [[WagTheDirector change lines in the script]], he tended to really overact stupid lines of dialogue or unfunny jokes he would have to say - usually delivering them by [[AsideGlance fixing the camera with his eyes]] and overacting the line with a contemptuous "can you ''believe'' I am saying this shit?!" expression, as if asking the audience to laugh at the show itself. This draws a lot of attention to the clunkers, unfortunately, but pushes at least a few of them into SoUnfunnyItsFunny.



** Both Elisabeth Sladen and Tom Baker (especially) have an absolutely wonderful time overacting their way through the [[OutOfCharacterMoment incredibly out-of-character]]and [[{{NOHAMOTYO}} cynically]] [[RecycledScript recycled]] audio drama ''Dr Who and the Pescatons''. Tom Baker delivers his bad lines with an audible smirk, comes up with all sorts of fun ways of interpreting a 'generic Doctor'-type script to fit the Fourth Doctor's character and even bursts out into song at one point.

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** Both Elisabeth Sladen and Tom Baker (especially) have an absolutely wonderful time overacting their way through the [[OutOfCharacterMoment incredibly out-of-character]]and out-of-character]] and [[{{NOHAMOTYO}} cynically]] [[RecycledScript recycled]] audio drama ''Dr Who and the Pescatons''. Tom Baker delivers his bad lines with an audible smirk, comes up with all sorts of fun ways of interpreting a 'generic Doctor'-type script to fit the Fourth Doctor's character and even bursts out into song at one point.



** "The Creature From the Pit" features SpecialEffectFailure, NoBudget, [[UnfortunateCharacterDesign a kindly monster that happens to look like a giant cock and balls]], and Tom Baker cracking himself up by cramming as many [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar nob jokes]] and [[NoYay fellatio innuendos]] into his performance as possible.

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** "The Creature From the Pit" features SpecialEffectFailure, NoBudget, [[UnfortunateCharacterDesign a kindly monster that happens to look like a giant cock and balls]], and Tom Baker cracking himself up by cramming as many [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar nob knob jokes]] and [[NoYay fellatio innuendos]] into his performance as possible.



** Kate O'Mara is clearly having a wonderful time playing the vampy, {{Camp}}y MadScientist villainess the Rani in all three of the godawful stories the character was in. In fact, many people think that easily the worst story out of them - "[[Recap/DoctorWho30thASDimensionsInTime Dimensions in Time]]" - had the best Rani.

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** Kate O'Mara is clearly having a wonderful time playing the vampy, {{Camp}}y MadScientist villainess the Rani in all three of the godawful TV stories the character was in. In fact, many people think that easily the worst story out of them - "[[Recap/DoctorWho30thASDimensionsInTime Dimensions in Time]]" - had the best Rani.
23rd Aug '16 8:37:31 AM MadCat221
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You arrive on set to find what seems to be a film GoneHorriblyWrong, complete with SpecialEffectsFailure, [[DullSurprise bad actors]] and a worse script. So what do you do? You could go "ScrewThisImOuttaHere", storm off and refuse to associate with the film ever again, you could [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously take the film seriously]], try with all your might to make it work... ''or'' you could unleash [[LargeHam The Hog]], and [[ChewingTheScenery Chew The Scenery]] into ''dust''.

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You arrive on set to find what seems to be a film GoneHorriblyWrong, complete with SpecialEffectsFailure, [[DullSurprise bad actors]] and a worse script. So what do you do? You could go "ScrewThisImOuttaHere", storm off and refuse to associate with the film ever again, you could [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously take the film seriously]], try with all your might to make it work... ''or'' you could unleash [[LargeHam The Hog]], [[MilkingTheGiantCow milk the giant cow]] dry, and [[ChewingTheScenery Chew The Scenery]] into ''dust''.
13th Aug '16 8:37:33 AM Psyclone
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->''"All that eye-rolling and foaming at the mouth was me deciding that if I was going to be in a piece of shit like that movie, I was going to be the most memorable fucking thing in it. And I think I succeeded."''

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->''"All ->''"I figured if I was going to do this stupid movie, I might as well have fun and go as far over the top as I possibly could. All that eye-rolling and foaming at the mouth was me deciding that if I was going to be in a piece of shit like that movie, I was going to be the most memorable fucking thing in it. And I think I succeeded."''
5th Aug '16 11:01:21 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* Although the movie isn't awful, ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid 2 - Return to the Sea'' has Pat Caroll as Morgana, Ursula's sister.[[note]]Caroll played Ursula herself in the first movie.[[/note]] Her EvilGloating in the climax is cheesy as hell, but her spectacular hamminess makes it very enjoyable.
--> "Pathetic ''[[YouFool fools]]''! Watch and see how ''utterly'' '''''powerful''''' I can ''be''!!!"
3rd Aug '16 11:58:51 PM Rowdycmoore
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** And then years later they pretty much gave the same gimmick to Damien Sandow and he managed to make it even campier.
17th Jul '16 7:15:10 PM PaulA
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* Ralph Fiennes again in the ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' remake, playing [[EverybodyHatesHades Hades]] in that film. In the midst of a mostly negative review in the Washington Post, the review comments that "Fiennes' appearance provides a jolt. Arriving always with his head curiously fixed within a cloud of swirling black smog, he knows how to make an entrance. His part is surely the best in the movie, and he's clearly having fun."

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* Ralph Fiennes again in the ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' ''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|2010}}'' remake, playing [[EverybodyHatesHades Hades]] in that film. In the midst of a mostly negative review in the Washington Post, the review comments that "Fiennes' appearance provides a jolt. Arriving always with his head curiously fixed within a cloud of swirling black smog, he knows how to make an entrance. His part is surely the best in the movie, and he's clearly having fun."
13th Jul '16 3:06:48 PM ironballs16
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* In a similar vein, Lanny Poffo as The Genius. A talented, dexterous wrestler who was doing flips and high-flying stuff before it was truly appreciated, he was saddled with a cheesy heel gimmick in the late 80s where he would read condescending poetry before each match, while wearing an academic dress and mortarboard hat. To say Poffo made the most of it would be putting it mildly: he wound up playing the gimmick as [[{{Camp}} campy and flamboyant as he possibly could]].

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* In a similar vein, Lanny Poffo as The Genius. A talented, dexterous wrestler who was doing flips and high-flying stuff before it was truly appreciated, he was saddled with a cheesy heel gimmick in the late 80s where he would read condescending poetry before each match, [[InsufferableGenius while wearing an academic dress and mortarboard hat.hat]]. To say Poffo made the most of it would be putting it mildly: he wound up playing the gimmick as [[{{Camp}} campy and flamboyant as he possibly could]].
2nd Jul '16 8:26:39 AM Drakkenmensch
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