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Watching the boring Safe Haven this week made me remember the much more entertaining Where the Heart Is, aka Holy Shit Natalie Portman's life sucks in this movie. Natalie Portman plays a woman who is pregnant and is abandoned in a Wal-Mart parking lot buy her loser boyfriend. So she lives in the Wal-Mart and gives birth there. The media thinks this is adorable and she gets lots of attention and support. Then her Mom (Sally Field) comes and steals the money leaving her alone with a baby and no money. This is still the first 15 minutes of the movie. Over the next 2 hours every possible calamity hits Natalie Portman and her friends. There's a Tornado. Pregnancy scares. Pedophiles. Kidnapping. Someone becoming a huge country music hit and then losing it all to drug addiction before getting hit by a train and losing his legs. It is a well made and acted movie, but the things that happen are just so unbelievable that it is next level bonkers.
Hey guys, I watch every movie before listening to each podcast. Love the show. I see you have a bunch of fantasticly awful suggestions already, and I'm sure you have more than enough material to continue the podcast forever, but you truly haven't seen a horribly made movie until you have seen Twisted. This comes in at 2% on rotten tomatoes: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/twisted/, and is in their top 10 worst of all time. It's one thing when you watch an indie movie that's low budget and simply misses the mark, but when a big budget Hollywood movie fails in such a big way, it's another. I originally watched this not knowing it was so awful. This movie is so bad in every single aspect of film making. The story is probably the stupidest thing ever scripted and all of the agents for Judd, Jackson & Garcia need to be fired. After seeing this movie I didn't react with the whole ironic "this movie is so bad it's hilarious!" reflection, but I was seriously upset and pissed off at how fucking retarded it was. I seriously had to go seek help and consolation while the whole time crying, "but it's just so stupid..." Would LOVE to get your take on it. Oh, and hey Mantzoukas, this movie not only fails in Comedy, but also Film and Cinema!