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Summer School (1987)
Roco1982 posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsSummer School was a fantastically bad movie with horrible acting but great names to top the cast. Courtney Thorne-Smith is definitely a hot cast for the movie but her acting is a month old loaf of bread. Kirstie Alley was in her glory days and shows she had charm and beauty but her character was short in viewing time. Dean Cameron’s character “Chainsaw” was so over the top. It was an odd hybrid of a nerd and a showman. The best part of the movie is the fact that the guy who takes a piss for 2 months and scores higher than everyone else in the movie.
Village of the Damned (1995)
AbeFroman posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsWith Halloween approaching, this would be ideal HDTGM candidate. It is an epic fail on all levels that was inexplicably made by a legend in the genre, John Carpenter. It is by far Carpenter's worst film and apparently the only one he refuses to speak about. If his version of "The Thing" is considered the greatest remake of all time, then he has the distinction of also directing the worst. The children are laughable, the acting is abysmal (except for Chris Reeve) and it is loaded with a Who's Who of B -Listers: Kirstie Alley, Luke Skywalker, Crocodile Dundee's wife and the dude from Streets of Fire. The whole thing screams "You're paying me in cash, right?" As far as unintentional comedy goes, this one is off the charts. Please make this happen.
Look Who's Talking (1989)
joel_rosenbaum posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsI searched the forums high and low and did not see this movie recommended in any title anywhere. I consider this a major oversight. People have mentioned it an awful lot in other contexts. Therefore, it's not merely a bad movie, but a landmark bad movie. Bruce Willis is a talking baby. Anyone younger than thirty will hard a hard time remembering that there was a time that Bruce WIllis as a talking baby was enough to be one of the highest grossing movies of the year, but there you have it.