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Please review I Am Here... Now. I just found this movie recently and have already watched it five times. Neil Breen comes to earth as a robot jesus and dishes out justice to "sinners". The terrible acting, bizare writing, horrible editing, cringe worthy dialogue and awful cinematography make it hard to avoid for any fans of so bad they're good movies. It's on par with The Room, Neil Breen is the new Tommy WIseau You can watch it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE3-sxaOJDo
This movie is more relevant than ever, with Idris Elba currently a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as starring in Luther and Taraji P. Henson starring in an extremely successful television show for which she's getting big nominations for. Plus, it stars a former co-star of June's, Leslie Bibb, who was a member of the Burning Love season 3 cast. This may be one of the most ridiculous movies I've ever seen, so much that it's hard to put into words. Is it a horror movie, a psychological thriller, or a deeply upsetting drama? Idris and Taraji both do fantastic jobs, but the characters they play are so ridiculous that even they can't stop some of it from being entirely laughable. Currently clocking in at 10% on Rotten Tomatoes, this is a movie you have to do, and if you don't, I will personally ensure that Jason will never be in The Dictator ever again.
If you've ever wondered what a horror movie about a dentist would be like.. here's your answer. This movie is complete insanity and a really enjoyable watch. I stumbled across this film on Fearnet several years ago and to this day I'm still unsure what the plot actually is. If you're into decaying teeth, delusion men, and horror done wrong you've gotta watch this movie. You will not be disappointed! I would love to hear you all discuss what might be the worst movie ever.
This Brian De Palma classic musical from 1974 stars singer Paul Williams, some dude who's never been heard of again called William Finley, the grindhouse scream queen Jessica Harper, and the guy who played the only member of the race "The Q" from Star Trek with a unique name (in real life he's known as Gerrit Graham). De Palma wrote and directed (songs by Williams) this just a couple years before tackling his adaptation of Stephen King's "Carrie" and about a decade before his best know masterpiece "Scarface". This movie couldn't be more different than either of those two. Shot in a manner that resembles an art school film project with excessive wide angle lenses, cartoonish overacting, and set pieces that look like rejects from Tim Burton's Pee-Wee years. I love this movie, a friend and I have a tradition of watching it at the stroke of midnight on New Year's day. The plot is a coked out, disco-esque adaptation of "Phantom of the Opera". Singer/songwriter Winslow Leach is thrown in prison after a series of misadventures trying to get credit for his original pieces are stolen by the mysterious record producer Swan. After hearing his music butchered by the pop group The Juicy Fruits who've turned his beautiful "Faust" inspired contata into a Beach Boys styled jam, Leach escapes prison and vows vengeance on Swan and any who dares touch his music. This movie is available to stream on Amazon: $2.99 gets you a rental, $9.99 lets you own this cinematic diamond. http://www.amazon.co...-amazonvideo-20 I like this pitch so much, I think I might make it my review on Amazon...