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    Phantom of the Paradise (1974)

    I watched a YouTube video review on this film and the reviewer said this film had quite a following in Canada (specifically in Winnepeg). I thought he was exaggerating, but then I found this. http://www.macleans.ca/culture/movies/winnipeg-were-you-right-all-along-about-phantom-film/
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    Phantom of the Paradise (1974)

    This movie looks BONKERS with elements of Rocky Horror, Tommy and The Apple mixed into one. lol
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    Just One of the Guys (1985)

    An 80's cheese classic and now almost feminist like movie. lol I'm surprised a studio hasn't tried to reboot this yet.
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    The Flintstones (1994)

    A while back there was an article I read that talked about movies that people personally loved at one time, but with later viewing realize are actually bad. This topic stayed with me after reading it and various movies popped up for me. Oddly enough "The Flintstones" was one of them. I was really excited when this film came out as a kid and was pumped when the merchandise from McDonald's came out for this movie. It seemed like people really loved it when it came out in 94, but it seems now like a movie people have forgotten. I re-watched a good chunk of the movie today and now I see why. Long story short, the are so many scenes that go nowhere, it's unfunny, and has an overload of bad stone age puns. The one highlight of the movie I completely forgot about was the cameo from one of my all time favorite bands The B52's who played the main track for the movie.
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    Hard Ticket to Hawaii (1987)

    Oh and I forgot. Ronn Moss, bass player extraordinaire of the band Player! Baby you can blame it all on me, but Ronn, your bad acting in this movie I'm gonna blame all on you. Player "Baby Come Back"
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    Hard Ticket to Hawaii (1987)

    Ronn Moss .......of "The Bold and the Beautiful" fame? I never knew he did movies. His acting on the soap is quite infamous. After this podcast, I'm sure his movie acting will be as well. Ronn Moss as "Ridge Forrester" "RICK!"
  7. I'm surprised this movie hasn't been covered yet lol. Shout out to Pat and the killer theme song for it.
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    Krippendorf's Tribe (1998)

    Oh God, I forgot about this garbage dump of a movie.
  9. Here is a recent article about this movie in light of the recent "King Arthur" bomb. http://io9.gizmodo.com/a-kid-in-king-arthurs-court-is-the-dumbest-arthurian-le-1795146473
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    Galaxy of Terror (1981)

    Wow! Zalman King of the Red Shoe Diaries was in this? Talk about a random fact.
  11. I loved this movie and it's soundtrack. Best music from a band that never existed. Long live Captain Geech and The Shrimp Shack Shooters.
  12. Some Rotten Tomatoes reviews and a link to a film review if you want a sense of how bad this was. I find the reviewer annoying, but he does point out things that make the film truly cheesy and bad. https://www.rottento..._arthurs_court/ Film review (Spoilers Contained) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGtkUaKIkp8
  13. I'm a sucker for great child based sport movies. The 90's were the era in which there were a glut of of them. Most of the films were baseball centric and were great. Some were better than others, but non the less great ( The Sandlot, Rookie of the Year, Little Big League, Angels in the Outfield). Disney (who produced Angels in the Outfield) clearly felt they had to keep riding this wave and go a step further with the sport children's film sub genre by adding time travel to the mix. What you end up getting with a A Kid in King Arthur's Court is a mish mash of film elements from both Medieval/sports movies which should never be mixed. This film contains beyond ridiculous dialogue, cheesy acting and lousy narrative. I saw this in the theaters at 9 and even then I knew it was bad and felt like my mother needed to get her money back. Wild fact- This film was the first if not one of the first big screen, big budget films for Daniel Craig and Kate Winslet (Kate friggin Winslet) Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4t0wnZBkDbE