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5th Sep '17 4:35:33 AM Anduryen
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* The first (in airing order) episode of ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', "The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina", is a gloriously ''bad'' student film made by the main characters, with a plotline that makes no sense, random scene changes, flat characters, appalling acting, shoddy directing (the conversation where both characters are facing right springs to mind) and ''really'' badly animated special effects (with one exception - that happens to nearly take out the cameraman). And [[DeadpanSnarker Kyon commenting]] on all this.

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* The first (in airing order) episode of ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', "The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina", is a gloriously ''bad'' student film made by the main characters, with a plotline that makes no sense, random scene changes, flat characters, appalling acting, shoddy directing (the conversation where both characters are facing right springs to mind) and mind), ''really'' badly animated special effects (with one exception - that happens to nearly take out the cameraman).cameraman) and an opening song which sounds like being sung at gun point. And [[DeadpanSnarker Kyon commenting]] on all this.
1st Sep '17 4:56:54 AM Doug86
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* Baby June/Dainty June's vaudeville numbers in ''{{Gypsy}}'' are intentionally written to be cloying, cliche-ridden and insipid, to show that while Mama Rose might be persistent and determined to succeed (through her daughters), she clearly lacks talent. It also underscores how hopeless her attempts are to force her daughters to succeed in a dying art form.

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* Baby June/Dainty June's vaudeville numbers in ''{{Gypsy}}'' ''Theatre/{{Gypsy}}'' are intentionally written to be cloying, cliche-ridden and insipid, to show that while Mama Rose might be persistent and determined to succeed (through her daughters), she clearly lacks talent. It also underscores how hopeless her attempts are to force her daughters to succeed in a dying art form.
29th Aug '17 1:13:56 PM Viira
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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' had one in-universe example, [[http://youtu.be/3YqV3EoQ748?t=4m53s the Lopez love song]]. The Blues performed and broadcasted it to force the Reds to shut of their Radios. According to Sarge, "It sounds like the feral cry of a retarded Mexican sasquatch!"

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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' had one in-universe example, [[http://youtu.be/3YqV3EoQ748?t=4m53s the ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'':
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljBhL7m3icg The
Lopez love song]]. song]], which The Blues performed perform and broadcasted it broadcast to force the Reds to shut of their Radios. According to Sarge, "It sounds like the feral cry of a retarded Mexican sasquatch!"
6th Aug '17 3:33:33 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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---->"I've suffered for my music and [[GenreSavvy now it's your turn]]."

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---->"I've --->"I've suffered for my music and [[GenreSavvy now it's your turn]]."
10th Jul '17 5:54:47 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** "Jazz, Delicious Hot, Disgusting Cold", which made fun of the band's roots in trad jazz. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABcNAwytrOY Has to be heard to be properly appreciated.]]

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** "Jazz, Delicious Hot, Disgusting Cold", which Cold" made fun of the band's roots in trad jazz.jazz. In order to play bad jazz on purpose, the band members swapped their instruments around and only recorded one take. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABcNAwytrOY Has to be heard to be properly appreciated.]]
6th Jul '17 8:51:36 PM NightShade96
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* Creator/ChrisStuckmann says in his ''Film/{{Nine Lives|2016}}'' review that, had it not been directed by Creator/BarrySonnenfeld nor starred Creator/KevinSpacey, he would have thought it was a deliberately bad movie like ''Film/{{Sharknado}}'', but he notes that the film is made by people [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously actually trying]].
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6th Jul '17 5:16:02 AM NightShade96
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* Creator/ChrisStuckmann says in his ''Film/{{Nine Lives|2016}}'' review that, had it not been directed by Creator/BarrySonnenfeld nor starred Creator/KevinSpacey, he would have thought it was a deliberately bad movie like ''Film/{{Sharknado}}'', but he notes that the film is made by people [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously actually trying]].
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10th Jun '17 11:19:18 AM nombretomado
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* Music historians are still debating whether [[Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart's]] ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Musical_Joke A Musical Joke]]'' is an example of this or an excuse for Mozart to experiment.

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* Music historians are still debating whether [[Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart [[Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart's]] ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Musical_Joke A Musical Joke]]'' is an example of this or an excuse for Mozart to experiment.
22nd May '17 2:53:21 PM DrNoPuma
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* Creator/HarveyRothman, who has proven to be a skilled animator before, made "The Spongey Show", which has very intentionally crude animation.
8th Apr '17 1:54:13 PM nombretomado
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* "Over the Moon," Maureen's absurdly pretentious (even for performance art) one-woman show/protest in ''{{Rent}}.''
** About half the audience of ''{{Rent}}'' thinks that the fact that most of the works of art we're shown (Mark's movie, Maureen's performance art, Roger's "In Your Eyes", Collins' "fighting the power" consisting mainly of breaking into [=ATM=]s and putting a virus on a college's computers) kind of suck is intentional, and that the play is making a point about fighting for even low quality art. The other half thinks that this was ''unintentional''. It's best not to think about this too much.

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* "Over the Moon," Maureen's absurdly pretentious (even for performance art) one-woman show/protest in ''{{Rent}}.''Theatre/{{Rent}}.''
** About half the audience of ''{{Rent}}'' thinks that the fact that most of the works of art we're shown (Mark's movie, Maureen's performance art, Roger's "In Your Eyes", Collins' "fighting the power" consisting mainly of breaking into [=ATM=]s and putting a virus on a college's computers) kind of suck is intentional, and that the play is making a point about fighting for even low quality art. The other half thinks that this was ''unintentional''. It's best not to think about this too much.
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