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    Surviving The Game (1994)

    This whole movie is worth it for Gary Busey's 'Prince Henry Stout' Monologue. http://www.youtube.com/embed/N-nVb0JaKJY Added info: It was improv. Gary Busey made it up on the spot after asking the director if he could.
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    Episode 16.5 — Minisode 17

    'Because watching competent people in end of the world scenarios is somehow boring.'
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    Episode 16.5 — Minisode 17

    Life lesson: Alien transformation is healthy if you take it in easy to manage steps.
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    Running Scared (2006)

    Because the pedophile serial killers were 45 minutes into the goddamn movie, and they went no where. They could have deleted 30 mins of the first half of that movie, and lost very little. That movie was just trying WAY too hard.
  5. This crime actioner seems tailor made for HDTGM, and probably had a coach, drilling it on how to be a furious unfocused mess. It stars Paul Walker, who is better known from the Fast & Furious films, as a criminal underling given the task of stashing a gun that was used in a crime at the beginning of the film. Things take a turn for the worse however, when a kid from his neighborhood finds the gun, and embarks on the unluckiest odyssey through the crime and chaos strewn streets of New York. I'm unsure of how accurate the amount of horrifying and life threatening situations that occur on a minute to minute basis in NYC, but I suspect not nearly this much. His journey through the escalating nature of crime in the city comes to a climax as he is picked up by an affluent white couple who promise to shelter him for the night, but turn out to be creepy possibly pedophile serial killers. Instantly each protagonist is unlikable, where they perform actions that swiftly alienate any sympathy the audience would otherwise feel for them. The action is unfocused, the writing dialog awful (which the film itself recognizes), and you will stop caring long before the halfway point of this 122 minute film. Other things to look for: A cameo by John Noble (of Fringe [whose character has a startling nonspecific definition of 'Nigger']), and hockey players who are inexplicably also mob enforcers. PS: A life lesson I took from the film was ultimately a message of love. 'If two pedophile serialkillers could find eachother, and find love, there's hope for everyone.'