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About PeteHummon

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    New Jersey USA
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    Movies, duh...
  1. PeteHummon

    Rocky IV (1985)

    Rocky IV is a brilliant idea for a HDTGM. Brilliant! Its got all the elements for a good roasting - Stallone, James Brown musical number, Ivan Drago's wife, the world's silliest training montage, that stupid robot... Man! Set this episode up now:
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    Earth Girls are Easy (1988)

    Ohhhhhhh yeah baby! This one is a ripe for HDTGM. Can't believe it didn't think of it meself...
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    Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer

    I dunno - we've had three FF movies, and this one is absolutely the best of the three. I don't think its great cinema, but as popcorn movies go, it gets more right than it does wrong. Why not HDTGM one of the other two FF's? My $.02
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    Masters of The Universe

    Was so happy with the HDTGM episode for this movie. Well spotted, whomever nominated it!
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    The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)

    Yeah, agree with you about this. Even as a kid starved for movies in the '80s, I wanted nothing to do with this movie. I would have been happier doing my homework or chewing glass than watch this movie. I don't mean to judge the book but the cover, but "GPK" just looked like it was out to insult and disgust its audience. Who wants to see that?
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    Dragonheart (1996)

    Yeah - I agree on your comment about the musical score. The main theme is really well done. Great soundtrack.
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    Flash Gordon (1980)

    True 'dat. de Laurentiis name is kinda code for "STAY AWAY!"
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    Flash Gordon (1980)

    Yeeeeeeeah...! "Flash Gordon" is begging for the HDTGM treatment. If you saw it when you were six, you'll love it for life. I know Alex Ross (comic book artist) loooooves this movie for that reason. But for the rest of us, its pretty much a case study of super-bad moviemaking. I loves me sci-fi epics and Flash Gordon the character, but my head just wants to explode when I see this movie. Yowza...!
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    Van Helsing (2004)

    Seriously, if I could single-handedly pick the next HDTGM subject, it would be “Van Helsing” in a heartbeat. VH is an explosion of bad writing, bad acting, bad design, bad moments… you name it, VH screws it up badly. SO badly! Consider: This movie is “1800’s James Bond meets Monster Mash, with a touch of Scooby-Doo.” It is a string of beyond-ludicrous action sequences, glued together with scenes of overbaked melodrama. I guess there’s a plot, but I kinda suspect it was added hastily in post-production. Every performance is TERRIBLE, although the guy who plays Dracula seems determined to sink the movie all on his own. If I had to pick the single worst thing in VH, I’d be stumped. The competition is positively overwhelming. Actually, I take that back – I CAN tell you what the single worst aspect of this movie is. VH is a terrible, terrible flick which thinks it is an awesome movie. When I watch it (an act that is a cross between indulging a guilty pleasure and self-abuse), I honestly get the feeling that the filmmakers thought they were giving the world an awesome, one-of-a-kind blockbuster. The gulf between their ambitions and their reach is mind-boggling. “Van Helsing” is a movie positively crying out, “How Did This Get Made???”