History SoBadItsGood / Film

12th Feb '16 4:35:11 PM MrCandle
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** ''Film/DieAnotherDay''. The film involves a Korean Villain named Moon, who uses MagicPlasticSurgery to become an English diamond Baron Gustav Graves, Who secreetly builds a space laser powered by the sun awhile passing it off as a solar mirror. He uses said laser to melt his giant Ice castle resulting in James Bond using the parachute of a rocket car to to para-surf an avalanche. The climax features said villain strapping on power armor with electrocution power. Lets not forget Bond fights his henchmen, a guy with diamonds embedded in his face with spy cars with gatling guns.
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** ''Film/DieAnotherDay''. The film involves a Korean Villain named Moon, who uses MagicPlasticSurgery to become an English diamond Baron Gustav Graves, Who secreetly builds a space laser powered by the sun awhile while passing it off as a solar mirror. He uses said laser to melt his giant Ice castle resulting in James Bond using the parachute of a rocket car to to para-surf an avalanche. The climax features said villain strapping on power armor with electrocution power. Lets not forget Bond fights his henchmen, a guy with diamonds embedded in his face with spy cars with gatling guns.
12th Feb '16 2:44:38 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheMagicVoyage'' documented the voyages of Christopher Columbus and his friend Pico the woodworm as they sailed with Columbus' crew of three or possibly four men to the New World to rescue Pico's girlfriend, Marian the firefly, enduring various hardships such as bizarre dream sequences and wacky musical numbers. Oh, and [[LullDestruction it never shuts up]].
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* ''TheMagicVoyage'' ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicVoyage'' documented the voyages of Christopher Columbus and his friend Pico the woodworm as they sailed with Columbus' crew of three or possibly four men to the New World to rescue Pico's girlfriend, Marian the firefly, enduring various hardships such as bizarre dream sequences and wacky musical numbers. Oh, and [[LullDestruction it never shuts up]].
8th Feb '16 8:35:03 AM StFan
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** As bad as it is, The Rankin/Bass ''Hobbit'' is at least somewhat redeemable thanks to (mostly) sticking with the story. Its sequel ''WesternAnimation/TheReturnOfTheKing'' is ''legendarily'' bad. It condenses the entire plot of the third book into just the final third, reduces Aragorn (the title character) to a walk-on role, deletes several important characters, adds weird comic relief, makes the Ringwraiths into [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 Skeletors]] in fright wigs riding on black pegasus's, features just plain odd voice casting (like John Stephenson, the voice of [[WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones Mr. Slate]] as the ''Witch King''!) and implies that hobbits are growing and evolving into men! But what makes it so bad it's good? The songs. That's right -- they turned ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' into a musical. Even the ''orcs'' get a song! ''Where there's a whip'' [[WhipItGood WHIZZ-CRACK!]] ''there's a way!'' Though the books included quite a few songs (though these are original), it's reasonable to assume that none of them are [[EverythingsFunkierWithDisco Disco]]. The first time you watch it, you'll have a permanent "WTF?" look on your face. The second time? You'll be singing along and grinning like an idiot.
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** As bad as it is, The Rankin/Bass ''Hobbit'' is at least somewhat redeemable thanks to (mostly) sticking with the story. Its sequel ''WesternAnimation/TheReturnOfTheKing'' is ''legendarily'' bad. It condenses the entire plot of the third book into just the final third, reduces Aragorn (the title character) to a walk-on role, deletes several important characters, adds weird comic relief, makes the Ringwraiths into [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 Skeletors]] in fright wigs riding on black pegasus's, pegasi, features just plain odd voice casting (like John Stephenson, the voice of [[WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones Mr. Slate]] as the ''Witch King''!) and implies that hobbits are growing and evolving into men! But what makes it so bad it's good? The songs. That's right -- they turned ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' into a musical. Even the ''orcs'' get a song! ''Where there's a whip'' [[WhipItGood WHIZZ-CRACK!]] ''there's a way!'' Though the books included quite a few songs (though these are original), it's reasonable to assume that none of them are [[EverythingsFunkierWithDisco [[GratuitousDiscoSequence Disco]]. The first time you watch it, you'll have a permanent "WTF?" look on your face. The second time? You'll be singing along and grinning like an idiot.
4th Feb '16 7:47:33 PM DoctorCooper
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* ''WesternAnimation/BolivarElHeroe'' has really bad drawings, animation and writing, but those fails are what make this film funny.
23rd Jan '16 11:59:14 AM nombretomado
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* ''Film/ShadowMan'', produced and written by and starring StevenSeagal. The movie is a hilarious patchwork of badly shot exposition, cheaply done action scenes, over-the-top terrible acting and the ineffable Seagal himself, playing himself. Himself as an ultra-sexy, uber-badass, martial artist, special agent, [=MacGyver=]-esque business genius. Naturally. Not one to share the limelight, he decided against hiring decent actors. It's awesome!
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* ''Film/ShadowMan'', produced and written by and starring StevenSeagal.Creator/StevenSeagal. The movie is a hilarious patchwork of badly shot exposition, cheaply done action scenes, over-the-top terrible acting and the ineffable Seagal himself, playing himself. Himself as an ultra-sexy, uber-badass, martial artist, special agent, [=MacGyver=]-esque business genius. Naturally. Not one to share the limelight, he decided against hiring decent actors. It's awesome!
21st Jan '16 4:52:26 PM SideKick
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* ''Film/Fired Up'' is a 2009 comedy about two guys who decide to join a cheerleader camp just to get laid by the cheerleaders. Despite the cheerleaders pointing out how wrong this is leading to a third act conflict, there a few funny jokes such as "We! Are crashing! We! We! Are crashing!" when one of the guys asks if they died and went to heaven.
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* ''Film/Fired Up'' ''Film/FiredUp'' is a 2009 comedy about two guys who decide to join a cheerleader camp just to get laid by the cheerleaders. Despite the cheerleaders pointing out how wrong this is leading to a third act conflict, there a few funny jokes such as "We! Are crashing! We! We! Are crashing!" when one of the guys asks if they died and went to heaven.
21st Jan '16 4:49:08 PM SideKick
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* ''Film/Fired Up'' is a 2009 comedy about two guys who decide to join a cheerleader camp just to get laid by the cheerleaders. Despite the cheerleaders pointing out how wrong this is leading to a third act conflict, there a few funny jokes such as "We! Are crashing! We! We! Are crashing!" when one of the guys asks if they died and went to heaven.
16th Jan '16 4:42:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''StanLee's Harpies'': Bad acting, ridiculous plot, and the most cheesiest special effect in town. Screams TV movie. The Romanians of several centuries ago in the film somehow speak American-accented English.
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* ''StanLee's ''Creator/StanLee's Harpies'': Bad acting, ridiculous plot, and the most cheesiest special effect in town. Screams TV movie. The Romanians of several centuries ago in the film somehow speak American-accented English.
13th Jan '16 10:37:12 AM Larkmarn
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* Every single thing about the 2013 Naomi Watts movie Diana, where every scene has an absolutely alien line of dialogue. Sample: "He walks like he's crossing a bridge." Yeah, [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext that line makes no sense]], and there's more than just that line to contend with.
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* Every single thing about the 2013 Naomi Watts movie Diana, ''Film/{{Diana}}'', where every scene has an absolutely alien line of dialogue. Sample: "He walks like he's crossing a bridge." Yeah, [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext that line makes no sense]], and there's more than just that line to contend with.
13th Jan '16 4:52:35 AM C2
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* The defenders of ''Film/{{Foodfight}}'' claim the movie as this with its dated animation, writing all over the place and weird casting choices that satisfy one's BileFascination. The puns are lame, the movie seems to be a complete ripoff of ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'', and the UncannyValley gets tuned UpToEleven.
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* The defenders of ''Film/{{Foodfight}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Foodfight}}'' claim the movie as this with its dated animation, writing all over the place and weird casting choices that satisfy one's BileFascination. The puns are lame, the movie seems to be a complete ripoff of ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'', and the UncannyValley gets tuned UpToEleven.
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