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robsbrother replied to LucyLiuFlu's topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsTailor made for the podcast. All of the above plus a $20 million dollar budget, with a $1.7 million gross.
Episode 140 - Mannequin Two: On the Move (w/ Steve Agee)
robsbrother replied to JulyDiaz's topic in How Did This Get Made?Regarding "The Presentation", the setting is huge indicator of how cheap the movie really is. The entire scene was shot on location at a nightclub in the Philly suburb of Granite Run named Pulsations, all the lighting and the UFO that the mannequin rides in on were part of this ridiculous event that happened twice nightly around 11 and Midnight. They'd clear the center of the dance floor, the UFO would emerge just like in the movie but instead of a piss poor Kristy Swanson mannequin there was this six foot robot that you'd might find in the Sharper Image catalogue. Security would pull the cutest girl out of the crowd to "dance" with the robot which consisted of her standing on this running board while the lights guy spun the robot around via remote control. Is pretty apparent the location crew stopped by one night, saw all this and said "OK,done". Another odd note: the title is Mannequin Two: On the Move, not Mannequin 2 or Mannequin II. Who does that?
robsbrother posted a topic in Bad Movie Recommendations"For seven elite profilers, finding a serial killer is a process of elimination. Their own." Renny Harlin (Cutthroat Island) directs Christian Slater, Val Kilmer and LL Cool J as FBI profilers stalked by a serial killer at a remote training facility. Shot in 2003 on a $27 million budget released May 2005 to just under $2 million it's first weekend. Acid laced cigarettes, extended underwater gunfight, dominoes.