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Posts posted by riley

  1. I haven't seen the movie but a video game site that I visit does a feature on bad video game movies (http://www.giantbomb.com/tang-sf-the-legend-of-chun-li/17-969/) and the clips it contains is about the extent of the movie that I'd like to see. In that sense, it seems like an excellent candidate for HDTGM.

    I wish that Nicolas Cage would take Chris Klein under his wing and groom him to be the next ridiculous action star. He's got the hair for it in this movie.

  2. I was just thinking of this and had to search to see if it's been suggested. I can't believe there is only one post about it. This movie must been seen. It's absolutely crazy. Please, please do this movie.

    I just watched the above trailer and it plays up the comedy much more than the actual movie does. It's incredible.

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  3. I don't know what they were thinking when they made this movie. It's the absolute worst thing I've seen that had a wide theatrical release. It's on par with a SyFy original.

    They tried to do way too much with their effects budget. Unfortunately, there are a lot of effects shots in this movie so the viewer is constantly bombarded with terrible CGI. Most of the film take places in a futuristic city. All of the cars are computer models and they only made 3 or 4 different ones. As a result, there's a ridiculous amount of traffic, all traveling at the same speed, and all made up of only a few unique vehicles.

    Even worse than that, though, are the green screen walking scenes. At one point it becomes clear that two of the actors are simply standing in place and shifting their weight back and forth rather than walking on a treadmill in front of the screen. That's the level of film making you're dealing with in this movie.

    The biggest surprise for me when I saw this is that it features Sir Ben Kingsley. That's right, they roped Ghandi into this crapfest. There's a lot more shit to see in this movie, but I'll leave it at that and invite anyone brave enough to experience it on their own.