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    Timecop (1994)

    Sadly enough for JCVD, it was one of his better films of the time and it has to be said that the movie was pretty entertaining and the effects were also pretty cool for the era.
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    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)

    The movie is bad, but it did not kill Sean Connery's career. It's just that Connery thought he was too old to act in films and gradually retired. I have read that he is still offered roles, but keeps turning them down.
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    Demolition Man

    Demolition Man was amazing for it's time and a really entertaining film, I don't think it deserves to be made fun of.
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    Con Air.

    Yup, Cage movies a serially bad, but are entertaining, but also make for great podcast. I think many scenes from Con Air are worth making fun of.
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    Van Helsing (2004)

    Yes, not doubt the movie is absolute nonsense and is nothing more than typical Hollywood trash, which was made to cater to the masses rather than the serious cinema lover.
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    Bullet to the Head

    Well, I don't know if Bullet To The Head is bad enough for a podcast, but sure it was a pretty disappointing film and I am really beginning to feel sorry for Stallone because I like the guy.
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    Dunston Checks In

    This movie would be just perfect for podcast. I mean what do you expect when a chimpanzee is the star of the film, but kids even today enjoy this film.
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    The Cannonball Run (1981)

    Wow!! I didn't know that Cannonball had sequels, just goes to show what lengths Hollywood would go to, once it faces creative bankruptcy.
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    Double Team (1997)

    Yup, the movie was another low point in Mickey Rourke's career and what else can you expect, when you have been given the third billing behind screen legends like JCVD and Dennis Rodman.
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    Garfield: The Movie

    Yup, the movie is absolute crap and I was shocked that someone as talented and legendary as Bill Murray even agreed for such a movie. And yeah, it would make for really great podcast.
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    Love Actually (2003)

    Come on the movie was great and wouldn't at all be a good idea for a podcast. In fact, most people you meet would say that it's a great film. After all everyone's romantic at heart :-)
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    Drive (2011)

    I agree, it isn't at all a good idea for a podcast because it's too good a movie for that.
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    Dude!! you think Gattaca is a bad film?? Wow!! I think you are the first person I have come across, who feels this. I think it's one of the best films ever.
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    Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991)

    Yes, absolutely true, this movie saw the beginning of the downfall of Mickey Rourke's movie career, until The Wrestler managed to resurrect it.
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    Space Jam (1996)

    I agree with you and in fact there was an 8 year gap, but what I meant was that because such a concept had worked before they thought it would work again. Frankly, it commercially did.
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    Drive (2011)

    I think the Drive that was made in 1998 was a crappy action film, but the one made in 2011 starring Ryan Gosling,was absolutely amazing.
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    Space Jam (1996)

    I guess this movie was made because Who Framed Roger Rabbit became a huge hit. Also, the studio probably thought that it could cash in on the Michael Jordan fever via this movie. Honestly, it worked in parts.
  18. Well, jury is out on this. I would say Reloaded was simply awesome and only criticized by people who couldn't fathom what the Architect said to Neo. As far as Revolutions goes, I agree that it was pretty disappointing.
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    Again, the movie might have been outrageous as far as the story line was concerned, but there is no denying the fact that it was one of John Woo's better Hollywood attempts. I think Mission Impossible 2 was worse.
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    Mystery Men (1999)

    It was meant to be a spoof of superhero movies and I feel it was certainly better that the Scary Movie series and the other spoof movies we have had in recent times.
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    The Cannonball Run (1981)

    Well, the movie was really fun and it was the time when Burt Reynolds was at the peak of his career, so studios used to feel that any movie with him in it would work, even if is crappy.
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    Tango and Cash

    Yup, this movie is so bad that it's good. It's great fun while it lasts and both Russel and Stallone were clearly having a ball, while acting in this movie.
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    I Am Sam (2001)

    I am Sam is the only movie of Sean Penn's I honestly did not like. I felt it he tried a bit too hard in it, but come on his acting wasn't bad maybe the direction is to be blamed.
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    Dreamcatcher (2003)

    I actually liked the movie and more so because it is based on a Stephen King novel and the movie has stuck to the writing in the novel pretty religiously.
  25. Jeff Garlin is absolutely amazing. Yes he should at least replace Letterman if not Leno. I think no one could have interviewed Will Ferrell better.