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  1. Brick Mansions might be the perfect "How Did This Get Made?" movie. It is the incomprehensible English language remake of one of the greatest French action movies of all times and it features a the following delightful things, Paul Walker as an undercover cop, bad dubbing, the RZA quoting Wu Tang lyrics to explain his character motivation, a plot that makes no sense but with a serious social message, a doll making giant, a girl on girl fight, and a lot of parkour in situations where walking was a valid option. It is also anti-smoking and pro-seatbelts.
  2. imawigspert

    Point Break (2015)

    BROS BEIN BROS, BRO! The whole premise of this movie from the opening scene is that Johnny Utah is a motocross biker (or whatever) and his friend dies because he overshot a jump, so seven years later Utah is...in the FBI? Does not compute. There are a bunch of steps in between those two events that we needed to be clued in on. It's a bunch of dead eyed actors and stuntmen covered in super fake tattoos, the music/score is so distracting, and there is so much ADR, but I still had to turn on subtitles because I could not understand a word Edgar Ramirez was saying. My favorite moment was when Johnny Utah called someone a funny asshole. This movie did not need to be remade, it was such a perfectly 90's movie and they ruined it. The names made sense in 1991, but Johnny Utah and Bodhi are so eye-roll-worthy in 2015. Also, it was directed by a guy named Ericson Core.
  3. BrianBélaSchellenberg

    The Truth About Charlie (2002)

    A remake of one of my favorite movies, Charade. Zero chemistry between the leads, Mark Whalberg in a beret, Tim Robbins doing a terrible Walter Matthau impression, gorgeous-haired Stannis Baratheon wearing a pimpsuit on a train, and, best of all, some random French dude that appears at random to sing songs directly into the camera while a scen is progressing around him. Mark Whalberg even said this was his worst movie. Get Dan van Kirk from SklarBro Country as a guest and baby, you've got yourself a stew goin'.
  4. Check it out, some stills from Kindergarten Cop 2 starring Dolph Lundgren! http://vhsdreamz.tumblr.com/post/137457931153/everythingaction-first-look-at-dolph-lundgren What. The. Fuck. This is a totally tasteless comparison, but am I the only one who looks at this and thinks about the Norway massacre at the kid's camp?
  5. jarrycanada

    Annie (2014)

    THANK YOU SONY PICTURES!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrxc8rS2W2E
  6. MichaelBrown

    Ninja Apocalypse

    This is a post apocalyptic fantasy martial arts remake of "The Warriors." http://youtu.be/PVKmBZ0IhsA I would love to know how this was made.
  7. Sean Penn, Kate Winslet, Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law among others star in the 2006 remake of the 1949 Best Picture winner, All the King's Men. It was originally going to be a major Oscar contender like the original, but then the reviews came out and they were scathing to say the least. Criticisms include Penn chewing too much scenery, an absence of political insight, and a lack of narrative cohesiveness. Filmed on a budget of $55 million, it made only $9 million worldwide, causing a huge blow to the cast and crew, most particularly its writer/director Steven Zaillian, who admitted that he was completely stunned by the overall results of the movie.
  8. You probably don't even know this movie exists. I'm aware of most new releases but I had absolutely no clue what the hell this was when I stumbled across it. To briefly make my case: Albert Brooks in a red thong masquerading as a crime lord named "Fat Cobra" is seduced by an offensively mincing David Suchet; the use of a device labeled "Elevator Randomizer" buys our heroes some time; and best of all: a tactical war submarine in Lake Michigan fires a torpedo that Douglas and Brooks, clutching each other suggestively on a jet ski, lead in a circle using an air horn that Brooks used earlier in the film as a makeshift rape whistle. Throw in a few casually tossed off homophobic/racist running gags and you've got a toxic trainwreck that is much more of a bizarrely fascinating mess than the marketing makes it seem. Most importantly, and why I recommend this movie, is that it is not merely "bad" but so tremendously ill-conceived and poorly executed that you will not only be baffled as to "how" it was made but "why, for the love of god, why?" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-tc4MmOkwU
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