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This looks like a cross between Supersize Me and Transformers..... That's a sentence I never thought I would write.
So how many times have they recycled that title?
Looks beyond cheesy, but I do dig the creepy soundtrack in the trailer.
Good grief. They ripped off the Matrix plot of "you're all secretly mind controlled" and stapled it to a barely-concealed leftist anticorporation message.
Azor AhaiI think you should take a look at this...
I disagree with the first post. It is They Live!. I'm not sure if they are taking it seriously. Not when I see a scene that also appears to be lifted from The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror. Look at this poster . Just look at it. Look at what they did to Ronald Mac Donald! I'm going to watch this film because at the very least it stands a good chance of being the best bonkers film directed by a Russian in which the hero wields a hatchet this year. P.S. IMDB lists it as The Mad Cow. Because..of...the disease???
Don't just tell us the facts; tell us the memes, tell us the archetypes, tell us the catchy ideas and symbolic roles that get planted in pe
hilariously cheesy B-Movie continuum.
If you only knew the power of the Dork Side!
Now It Makes Sense in Context because of the shortened ad spot that's having regular rotation on TV. How ironic. Still not watching it. On another note, has anyone tried the UPC code? Agreed.
edited 5th Sep '12 2:12:15 AM by totlmstr
Nothing goes over my head—reflexes are too fast.There was a Giant Red Cow. And the STARS in the SKY, they MOVED. This is gonna be awesome.
People can stand what is true, for they are already enduring it.
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.
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