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    Star Kid (1997)

    As terrible and well deserving of an episode as this is, i'm going to have to respectfully insist that the first Joseph Mazzello movie they cover be the far more problematic Radio Flyer.
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    Mission: Impossible 2 (2000)

    That motorcycle scene at the end is so terrible it makes me angry at how many talented people risked their lives for one of the most poorly directed action scenes in blockbuster history.
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    Sonic the Hedgehog (2019)

    I dont know what i'm more disturbed by, Sonic's design, or the fact that they thought that Jim Carrey was a solid lookalike for Dr. Robotnik. That said I'm sure they lost their minds when they signed Jim Carrey for this obvious trainwreck so I cant fault them for casting him despite him looking nothing like Dr. Eggman. I'm also equally disturbed by the latest Aladdin trailer that showed off Will Smith in full genie form.
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    One Crazy Summer (1986)

    I've seen this movie probably more than a dozen times and it really is a strange one. I actually liked some of the artwork/cartoons that they did throughout the movie. But something that strikes me watching old Cusack movies is that he has negative charisma in most of his roles. To the point that it blows my fucking mind how he was the romantic lead in so many movies.
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    Hollywood Homicide (2003)

    Yearly bump for this strange movie. Its just so goddamn weird. Theres so many running threads throughout the movie, theres at least a dozen different plotlines that are followed and each one is more inexplicable than the next.
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    Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)

    This came out to mixed reviews but I absolutely love this movie. Theres so many great moments and Allison Janney is fucking hysterical throughout.
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    The Peanut Butter Solution (1985)

    Ive tried explaining this movie to people before and it's never not ended with them looking at me like a fucking lunatic.
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    Sibling Rivalry (1990)

    A not great movie made infinitely more watchable with a pretty delightful performance from Bill Pullman. I recommend both this and Ruthless People if you want to see a young Bill Pullman stealing not just scenes but entire movies.
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    Quest for Camelot (1998)

    I have to say if the crew ever dips their toes into animated movies this, Rodney Dangerfield, and Rock A Doodle are all solid options.
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    Mom and Dad Save The World (1992)

    I cant help but think that this movie is something theyre purposefully holding back for the right guest. As a fan of Discworld, I actually enjoyed this movie far more than it deserves to be enjoyed. When Eric Idle showed up I seriously thought that the movie might have been a loose adaptation of it. The world building in this movie is pretty amazing considering how fucking terrible a movie it is. The makeup and the prosthetic work on the fish and dog people is remarkably well done considering the age of the movie and what I would hope is a small budget. It's also I think worth mention that this movie also was the inspiration of one of my favorite Rick and Morty characters: Bird Person.
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    Winchester (2018)

    Rose Red is a significantly more fun movie based on the Winchester Mystery House.
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    The Golden Child (1986)

    I love this movie, that said its fucking insane and would be a wonderful episode.
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    Double Dragon (1994)

    I had this movie on VHS as a kid and probably saw this movie like 20 times. Mark Dascascos and Robert Patrick both made this movie better and more fun to watch than it had any right being. The scene where Robert Patrick has to pretend he's both Scott wolf and Mark Dascascos is amazing.
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    Episode 206.5 - Minisode 206.5

    John Cusack in a period piece like this makes as much sense as it did when a coked out Ray Liotta showed up in In the Name of the King.
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    The Scout (1994)

    I've seen this movie probably more than a dozen or so times because of its constant rotation on HBO. As a fan of both Albert Brooks and Brendan Fraser, I have to agree this movie really is a odd mix. The first scene with Diane Wiest is super jarring in terms of the tonal shift the movie makes after that point.
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