History SoBadItsGood / Film

30th Apr '16 9:42:43 PM Serenyty
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFgQ34b96_U ''Fateful Findings'']] is a new cult classic that takes this to new levels. With a convoluted story, poor acting, and laughable special effects, this is still very watchable. Just not for the reasons that director, writer, and star Neil Breen intended.
18th Apr '16 4:22:53 AM KlawKalash
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* If the Website/YouTube comments are any indication, the "educational" film ''Film/UnariusTheArrival'' put out by Unarius Academy of Science (a space cult) is this. The sparkly special effects and goofy costumes of the then-cult leader Uriel (Ruth E. Norman) are fun to look at, the spaceships are actually kinda cool, and it's often hilariously cheesy. A great film to snark at that probably won't make you want to chew your own arm off to get away from.

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* If the Website/YouTube comments are any indication, the "educational" film ''Film/UnariusTheArrival'' ''WebVideo/UnariusTheArrival'' put out by Unarius Academy of Science (a space cult) is this. The sparkly special effects and goofy costumes of the then-cult leader Uriel (Ruth E. Norman) are fun to look at, the spaceships are actually kinda cool, and it's often hilariously cheesy. A great film to snark at that probably won't make you want to chew your own arm off to get away from.
18th Apr '16 4:21:45 AM KlawKalash
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* ''Film/{{Twilight}}'' is a romance movie which had been less than average.. But it still redeemed the franchise..

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18th Apr '16 3:37:19 AM KlawKalash
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* ''Film/TheRoom'', which is supposedly "the best worst movie ever made", dubbed by one ''Entertainment Weekly'' reviewer "the Citizen Kane of bad movies." TheOnion explains it [[http://www.avclub.com/articles/the-room,25723/ here]]. ''Film/TheRoom'' supposedly has more than just a bad plot and bad acting - its full of failed drama and has terrible focus and transitions. It not clear if the director did so on purpose. Tommy Wiseau, the film's creator (director-writer-producer-star ''and'' main advertiser) [[ParodyRetcon claims it was intentional]]; an actor from the film says instead that Wiseau was very sincere. Many find it easier to believe the actor, especially as it was originally advertised as a serious melodrama.

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* ''Film/TheRoom'', which is supposedly "the best worst movie ever made", dubbed by one ''Entertainment Weekly'' reviewer "the Citizen Kane of bad movies." TheOnion explains it [[http://www.avclub.com/articles/the-room,25723/ here]]. ''Film/TheRoom'' supposedly has more than just a bad plot and bad acting - its it's full of failed drama and has terrible focus and transitions. It not clear if the director did so on purpose. Tommy Wiseau, the film's creator (director-writer-producer-star ''and'' main advertiser) [[ParodyRetcon claims it was intentional]]; an actor from the film says instead that Wiseau was very sincere. Many find it easier to believe the actor, especially as it was originally advertised as a serious melodrama.
18th Apr '16 3:01:18 AM KlawKalash
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** ''{{Film/Moonraker}}''. James Bond fights billionaire Hugo Drax bent on creating an army of super humans to repopulate the earth after he sends a bunch of poison down from space. Oh there is a laser fight near the end. which alone is worth the price of admission.

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** ''{{Film/Moonraker}}''. James Bond fights billionaire Hugo Drax bent on creating an army of super humans to repopulate the earth after he sends a bunch of poison down from space. Oh there is a laser fight near the end. end which alone is worth the price of admission.
18th Apr '16 3:00:01 AM KlawKalash
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** ''{{Film/Moonraker}}''. James Bond fights billionaire Hugo Drax bent on creating an army of super humans to repopulate the earth after he sends a bunch of poison down from space. Oh there is a laser fight near the end. which alone is worth the price iof admission

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** ''{{Film/Moonraker}}''. James Bond fights billionaire Hugo Drax bent on creating an army of super humans to repopulate the earth after he sends a bunch of poison down from space. Oh there is a laser fight near the end. which alone is worth the price iof admissionof admission.
18th Apr '16 2:05:05 AM KlawKalash
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* The film adaption of ''{{Film/Congo}}'', with it's obvious actor in a gorilla suit and Tim Curry in a hokey Romanian accent.

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* The film adaption of ''{{Film/Congo}}'', with it's its obvious actor in a gorilla suit and Tim Curry in a hokey Romanian accent.
18th Apr '16 1:50:28 AM KlawKalash
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* ''Film/BattleShip'' is a badly written movie. The humans are one-dimensional, the aliens are idiots, and the spaceships are vulnerable to ordinary cannon-fire. However, the movie is self-aware of this so it doesn't take itself all that seriously. Plus, whatever it falters in, it makes up for it with BadAss, well-animated, action sequences.


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* ''Film/BattleShip'' is a badly written movie. The humans are one-dimensional, the aliens are idiots, and the spaceships are vulnerable to ordinary cannon-fire. However, the movie is self-aware of this so it doesn't take itself all that seriously. Plus, whatever it falters in, it makes up for it with BadAss, well-animated, action sequences.
17th Apr '16 4:45:20 AM SorPepita
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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 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.

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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 who secretly builds a space laser powered by the sun while passing it off as a solar mirror. He uses said laser to melt his giant Ice 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 Let's not forget Bond fights his henchmen, a guy with diamonds embedded in his face with spy cars with gatling guns.
8th Apr '16 3:03:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* Lou Ferrigno as ''Film/{{Hercules}}''. Apollo's chariot which was a sloppily constructed chariot wrapped in aluminum foil, Zeus's thunderbolts which were hand-drawn overlays with a cheesy sound effect, scenes where a tin crown falls to the floor and dents itself because it is too flimsy to bounce while a portentous voice-over intones "and the kingdom fell", all form the perfect background to the acting (sic) of Lou Ferrigno. The only time he was even the slightest bit believable was in one scene where Cassiopeia (played by the stunning [[HeroesWantRedheads Ingrid Anderson]]) drops her face veil and Lou stands there dumbfounded at her beauty. Hercules also has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkDTE6s1E9A funny fight against a bear]].

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* Lou Ferrigno as ''Film/{{Hercules}}''.''Film/{{Hercules 1983}}''. Apollo's chariot which was a sloppily constructed chariot wrapped in aluminum foil, Zeus's thunderbolts which were hand-drawn overlays with a cheesy sound effect, scenes where a tin crown falls to the floor and dents itself because it is too flimsy to bounce while a portentous voice-over intones "and the kingdom fell", all form the perfect background to the acting (sic) of Lou Ferrigno. The only time he was even the slightest bit believable was in one scene where Cassiopeia (played by the stunning [[HeroesWantRedheads Ingrid Anderson]]) drops her face veil and Lou stands there dumbfounded at her beauty. Hercules also has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkDTE6s1E9A funny fight against a bear]].
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