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Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (1985)
TheGr8Sarcasmo posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsOne of my favorite bad action movies. Fred Ward is Remo Williams, trained in mystical fighting styles which allow him to walk on water. So much of this film is amazing.
Reign of Fire (2002)
Darian posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsI'm really surprised no one mentioned this before: "Ride like the wind baby"
Biggles: Adventures in Time (1986)
stevie_g posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsPlease do an episode on Biggles. It's insane, complete nonsense and thinks it's cool as shit (it's not). Logic goes to die in this movie and I'd like to hear you talk about it. Especially June, as there is a lot of flying in it. By the way the trailer makes the action look fast but in the movie it drags on and on, such as the scene where they blow up a radar dish. I grew a full beard in the time that took. Thanks, SG Ps. I think it was Peter Cushing's final film, which is a shame.
The Touch (2002)
JulianneJordan posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsStarring Michelle Yeoh Recently watched this on Netflix. I just, have so little words. It was awesome and awesomely bad. Violent and glorious but so, so crappy. My mind exploded a few times watching this. And tbh, I gave it four stars. I definitely bought in wholeheartedly into this movie, and had a fun time watching it. Though I'm still very, very confused about what I watched. Loved it.
For Sark - DMing?
lostnobody87 posted a topic in Nerd PokerSo there may be a thread for this already, but I couldn't find it. Mr Sark, how did you become the DM. I have played D&D literally one time, but I'd like to play more and in the event of no one stepping up to DM, I want to be able to do it. So my question is this: What does it take to become a DM? What trials and tribulations do you have for those who want to try? You seem to be really knowledgeable about the whole process and, maybe most importantly, you're FLEXIBLE. You really know how to roll with the punches and still make it fun for most, if not, everyone. How do you do it?