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  1. I don't know about that necessarily, but I do find it terrifying that that guy talked about it like it was a classic family film or something.
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    xXx: Return of Xander Cage (2017)

    If Mountain Dew wasn't still around, maybe I WOULD feel nostalgic for their extreme sports commercials. #DoTheDew
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    Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016)

    I have it on right now in the background and NOTHING is really getting my attention. With no reason to really talk about it, it's no fun to even try to get through at all. As mentioned here already, everyone has about seven seconds of screen time, so it seems like there's no reason to give a shit about anything.
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    Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016)

    I'm five minutes in, and Dr. Drew is marrying people as they jump out of a plane, because CAMEO! Fuck this movie right in its stupid face.
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    Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999)

    This reminds me of something I saw in a guitar magazine a long time ago. I remember one time seeing an article about the worst guitar albums of all time. One was by some dude I'd never heard of, and the album cover featured him pissing on what was supposedly the graves of Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, and maybe Joe Satriani. The writer said something about that image maybe seeming offensive at first, but hey, if pissing on the graves of our heroes is what keeps HIM from picking up a guitar, he can do it all day long. That's kind of how I feel about movies like this that think they're having the torch passed to them. You're going to break your own arm patting yourself on the back before anybody thinks you're hot shit for killing Kane Hodder in a movie, pal...
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    Mortal Kombat Annihilation (1997)

    I have a lot to say on this one, but the CIA has me too busy pushing pencils
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    Episode 140 - Mannequin Two: On the Move (w/ Steve Agee)

    There are exactly two things that I remember from the movie "Career Opportunities"... Okay, Hottest human being ever: Young Jennifer Connelly, or young Diane Lane?
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    Episode 140 - Mannequin Two: On the Move (w/ Steve Agee)

    There were no dollies in medieval times, so there are no dollies AT Medieval Times. Would you like a refill on your Pepsi?
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    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

    If these were the days before digital, I would have sworn that there was a reel missing or out of order when that dream sequence happened. It's a "What the fuck?" moment in the worst possible way, because it just simply DOES NOT belong.
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    Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)

    The alternate future history was an interesting concept, and I like that the ground war continued for a bit, but unfortunately, we didn't see much more than how the technology has been used to make better weapons and vehicles. They then spend the rest of the movie playing Keep Away with that ball thing that was there to help them that they stupidly blew out of the sky, even after the people that know their shit said, "Hey, let's not do that". Also, that nerd/lawyer/company guy/whatever only exists to be an uptight pain in the ass that finally gets to do something cool in the end that's in EVERY movie like this.
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    Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)

    Yeah, after seeing HOW involved he got, I was wondering who, besides Brent Spiner and Brent Spiner's agent, really thought he needed to be such a big part of this thing? OH, and of course, because it's a Roland Emmerich disaster porn, someone has to stay behind to protect a baby or something, and they end up dying like a fucking dummy. So then we get about a second and a half of grieving from the hero(?) of our film, who then goes on to not really do anything particularly memorable. Pullman was fine in this before also getting a chump's fate, and Fichtner was a boss. How about Judd Hirsch and those shitty kids when things go all Cloverfield in the finale?
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    Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)

    There really isn't a single death that means anything in this movie, is there? What there IS is a shit ton of "Ignore the smart guy that saved our asses last time" moments, as it doesn't really matter at all what Bill Pullman or Jeff Goldblum have to say, even though they're the ones that saved the fucking world the first time. What we're left with is a bunch of new, young leads that certainly are saying and doing things, with making us care NOT being one of them. Oh, so that scene where the doctor says that Spiner's been in a coma for 7300 days? That WOULD equal 20 years...if it wasn't for the four leap years in between.
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    Episode 139 - Simply Irresistible

    I'm sorry, but longtime lurkers/first time commenters are only allowed to reveal themselves if they're going to complain about the audio from the live episodes. I DON'T MAKE THE RULES!
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    Episode 139 - Simply Irresistible

    It seems that all the "Jacob's Ladder" references in rapid succession awoke me from my slumber. Like the Phoenix from the ashes. Like Mario Van Peebles from that cave or whatever in Highlander 3. WHAT YEAR IS IT?!
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    In the Heart of the Sea (2015)

    I didn't really think about it, because EVERYONE looks like shit in that movie, and Leo spends two hours trying not to die from everything, with malnourishment being the least interesting of his would-be assailants.
  16. "Someone was certainly getting waffled in here." Sorry, I've got nothing. Absolutely nothing.
  17. I think J-Lo already made this "Every Wrong Decision" movie, and it was called "Enough".
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    Blank Check (1994)

    It might be whenever we discuss movies with terrible kids in them, like it always ends up with "Man, that fuckin' Blank Check kid though...".
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    Blank Check (1994)

    Do we just mention it a lot in OTHER threads? It doesn't feel like it's been so long.
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    The Lost Boys (1987)

    That "24" Christmas special was INTENSE, bro.
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    Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies (2014)

    Oh wow, I didn't realize that this thread had been around so long, because my last comment here was BEFORE I'd met most of the people that worked in it! It's even cheaper than Troma cheap, and was sort of released already before Troma picked it up and gave it a better (?) release. When I first got involved with working Indy shows in Fall 2013, this had recently wrapped. Aside from some of the bigger names (although Shane Douglas and Kurt Angle are from here), most of the wrestlers in the movie are Indy guys from western Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and I guess it was a blast to work on, but I don't think annnnnnnnyone is under the impression that it was good.
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    Screamers (1995)

    I saw this film once, which was 20 years ago in the theater. I think I remember feeling pretty cheated, because while the first part had the cool robots and stuff, it wasn't long before they settled into the tried and true "The new model looks just like people!" method of keeping the cost of the movie down.
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    Spawn (1997)

    Deadpool wasn't in the cards back then, but I was afraid that with it being so huge now, and Liefeld being his co-creator (even though DP wasn't any good until he was long out of the picture) that some of his "original" works would start getting some traction again, which has thankfully not been the case. the extras on the Deadpool blu-Ray are pretty great, and it does go into how Ryan Reynolds was introduced to the character while working on "another movie" or something. It's weird that they don't mention the Blade movie by name.
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    Planet of the Apes (2001)

    I forgot he was in that. That reminds me, I heard (from absolutely no one) that JJ's 2009 Star Trek was released in some cities as "Madea in Space".
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    Spawn (1997)

    Comic adaptations outside of Batman were still also a bit of a novelty at that point, and it was kind of the fault of whoever owned the rights of the characters for jumping at the first and/or only deal that came along. I can't imagine there was any kind of bidding war over Barb Wire, and it got the shitty failure of a movie that it deserved. Oh jeez, remember when Rob Liefeld was claiming every so often that one of HIS garbage books would be headed for the big screen? I'd like to think that he's been fine tuning that "Doom's IV" script for 20 years now...