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The Host (2013)
zombiemaster posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsThe new film based on Stephanie Myers book, she of Twilight fame. After reading this review from Twitch, I came straight here to recommend this movie get a working over. I know it's still in the theater, but it may be so bad, you want to think about doing it now, instead of when it hits Netflix. http://twitchfilm.co...ng+%28Twitch%29
Monster Trucks (2017)
Ofcoursemyhorse posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsIts really hard to even fathom how anyone, let alone a large group of people thought that this would be a good idea.
Where The Heart Is (2000)
MelissaBecker posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsWatching 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.
Can't Stop The Music (1980)
Dave Servo posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsI die a little inside every week this isn't covered...
HoopCrowKrueger posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsPlease analyze how this fucking piece of shit got greenlit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x1_4hEhxGU http://www.imdb.com/...0/?ref_=nv_sr_1
JereGryllz posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsFrom the woman who brought you Punisher: War Zone, comes another "top-shelf" movie. Lifted is the story of a boy who lives in a stereotypical white trash trailer park neighborhood. His mother is a heroin addict. (A true "heroine") His father is in active duty military overseas. So, basically the entire movie is about this boy who sings to escape life's troubles. And the scenes where he sings (A.K.A. the entire movie) have a real White Christmas way about them in the way that the sound from the movie changes to a completely remastered, studio quality song. Except, his voice has been autotuned to shit. Like, think of the Autotuned remix videos from YouTube, except it's a serious movie and they were actually attempting to pass his voice off as real to the poor, innocent, viewers of this garbage heap of a movie. The absolute best part of the movie is that when the boy mixes his own songs on his laptop, he sends them to his dad in the Middle East. His dad and his friends then proceed to freestyle rap over the songs. Imagine Stone Cold Steve Austin freestyle rapping over a 12 year old's "music." At this point in the film, I had emotionally and mentally given up and checked out in terms of caring about getting something out of this movie besides laughter. As the film goes on, the dad dies in combat, the mother gets off heroin and then gets back onto it, fulfilling her long, arduous character arc that would put character development in movies like the Departed to shame. The boy leaves home and goes to a contest where he and the ghost of his father perform Forever Young by Alphaville. The last shot of the film is the ghost of a dead soldier riding on the back of truck and saluting other dead ghost soldiers as the truck drove past them. Please someone tell me that you have seen this movie and enjoyed it as much as I did. <--- The finale. Lifted ft. Ghost Dad Killah - Forever Young Cover
deuce511 posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsNic Cage. John Travolta. Both appeared in multiple episodes of How Did This Get Made which makes them the kings of bad movies...and yet, nobody has discussed their epic film together. Do it.
Harvey Jerkwater posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsWhile I know that you usually don’t cover kids’ movies on the podcast, I must recommend a particular piece of smarmy, porcine crap to the How Did This Get Made crew: 1995’s cinematic slop-bucket “Gordy.” My younger daughter fell in love with the 2006 live action adaptation of “Charlotte’s Web,” particularly the lead animal, Wilbur the talking piglet. Soon thereafter, I showed her other talking piglet movies: “Babe,” a truly great film, and “Babe: A Pig in the City,” a truly weird film. All went well. Then a few days ago, while perusing Netflix streaming, we stumbled across a different movie whose cover art was a photo of a piglet wearing a necktie. She had to see it. Even my four year old wasn’t impressed. Boring, strangely structured, badly acted, smug, smarmy, creepy in spots – “Gordy” is, as Jason would put it, “fucking garbage.” It also has features that make it potentially valuable for HDTGM: a community-theater-level bad guy with a feathered salt-and-pepper mullet and double-breasted suit; a hip-hop interlude with the funk and style of an eighties McDonald’s commercial; a country music tween star who was almost played by Britney Spears; a boy named ‘Hanky’; a national mania for a piglet somehow sparked by the titular baby swine saving Hanky from drowning in a pool; a cast of actors who never appeared in anything before or since; and the mysteriously mind-warping, psychedelic effects of wide-angle lenses. It’s a triumph of failure. That said, I can’t tell you how it ends, because an hour into the movie, my daughter announced that she had jammed a coffee bean up her nose and couldn’t get it out. “Gordy” was forgotten in the ensuing bean-extraction excitement. Despite her age-appropriate love of watching flaming piles of garbage again and again, she’s never asked for a repeat viewing of “Gordy.” Even her love of adorable piglets wasn’t enough to redeem this crapfest. Check it out. It’s appalling.
milkbread posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsI made an account JUST to recommend this terrible movie. This is absolutely, without a shadow of a doubt the worst movie I've ever seen. Thinking it would just be a mildly cheesy rip off of The Hangover, I got more than I bargained for. Joey Fatone is first billed in the cast, but he's barely in this pile of steaming hot garbage. This low budget project most likely spent all of it's budget on Joey Fatone and a few of the porn stars that are featured in the cast. They even reuse extras as different characters throughout the movie, for example the stripper at the beginning is later at a house party that takes place in a completely different state. The acting and dialogue and even the premise is such utter garbage, it literally made me ask myself the question "how the fuck did this get made?!". Plot Summary: Hopelessly depressed after walking in on his new wife and another woman, unhappily married Vince heads to Atlantic City with his three best friends, and finds that sometimes love shows up when you least expect it. Meanwhile, as Vince attempts to declare his love for his former high school sweetheart Rebecca (Danica McKeller), his fun-loving pals get caught up in the wild Atlantic City nightlife Here's the IMDB link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1866197/ Rotten Tomatoes: http://www.rottentom...mancation_2012/ The trailer (NSFW):
Gymkata - Omission
cmac94 posted a topic in How Did This Get Made?Just one quick thing that was never discussed in this episode: Gymkata received an R rating. Yet this movie really doesn't seem to do anything to live up to that rating. I guess you could argue some scenes (VOCer cutting off his hand) could push it, but that doesn't seem R-worthy. And, in one scene, Cabot seems like he's about to say "Oh, shit." but censors himself with "Oh, shh..." Why???
"When I Saw the Trailer..."
NotCombineReady posted a topic in How Did This Get Made?This segment would discuss your thoughts on the movie, using only the trailer and how it (most likely) in no way reflected the actual movie.