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Jewel of The Nile (1985)
HDTGMFan posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsPeople of Earth, I present to you for your consideration.... The Jewel of the Nile!!!! The year was 1985, and after the success of "Romancing the Stone" who could have guessed how far off the mark this star studded picture could hit. Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito all reprise their roles from the original in this terrible movie about an author who gets suckered into writing lies for an evil middle eastern Sheik/Dictator who has "stolen" the Jewel of the Nile from his people. Can these white people save the day for the apparently inept middle easterners? Of course, because 80's racism. Are there elaborate traps that seem to be put there as reference to something the audience has no prior knowledge of? Yup. Do these traps involve Rats? Oh Yeah! And Acid? You know they do!!! But wait I'm getting ahead of myself. Let's let Danny Devito tell us about the picture... Wait, did he just brake the fourth way? You're god damn right he did. Oh and did I tell you that the whole thing culminates at what appears to be the scene from Apples 1984 commercial but set in the desert? Well now I have. You Can't Unknow That! It's 107 mins of all out bonkers! Nothing makes sense and I don't care. Hang on hang on, who directed this piece of - Lewis Teague! The Director of "Navy Seals"? The SAME! Do I have any reason NOT to watch this movie? Only if you hate America and Fun. What if I chose not to watch this movie? God will send someone to sit behind you at every movie talking on their phone. You're at home? TOO BAD! Random strangers will now loudly talk on their phones behind you. That sounds like hell. Then Shut Up and Watch Dumb Dumb!
The Mummy Returns (2001)
PeterMustain posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsJust read the Tribeca Film Festival article (https://tribecafilm.com/stories/brendan-fraser-movie-star-encino-man-school-ties-the-mummy-scrubs) about Brendan Fraser and I immediately thought of this movie. I feel like this movie is basically Jurassic Park: The Lost World. Also, how about some awful CGI? I think June would give this movie a pass because Fraser is just so enjoyable. What do you think?
Shock Treatment (1981)
EricaJ. posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsWhen I found out there was a sequel to Rocky Horror Picture Show, I was stoked. Then as I watched this... I wished that I could have two hours of my life back. It's a baffling, nutso movie.
The Last Airbender 2
Elektra Boogaloo posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsIt hasn't even been made yet but the first one was so bad I think the guys should talk to Jon Daly and schedule this one now. http://www.craveonline.com/culture/894749-m-night-shyamalan-will-return-last-airbender-2
Curse Of Chucky
TopherMcCann posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsIn this striaight to blu-ray/dvd sequel, a 2 foot doll Chucky's mission is to kill a woman in a wheelchair in a dark house. The movie also tries to tie all the other Child's Play movies together with this one. Terrible acting and dialogue. Pure Garbage. I really said to myself not even 25 minutes in...How Did This Get Made!!!!!
SEGMENT IDEA: Sequels
demagog_dog posted a topic in How Did This Get Made?Based on how the movie ends, the gang would pitch ideas for where a sequel could take the story...
Return To Sleepaway Camp
RyanSz posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsThis movie HAS to be done on the show. While it's not as WTF insane as the original, there are still some moments that made my head spin. Plus since Jonathan Tiersten was on the message board for the original movie and said that he would be interested in doing the episode, it makes it that much more fantastic.
The Marine 3: Homefront
wyldride posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsAlthough probably the least bad of the Marine film series, there's still a lot to recommend this for the podcast. Miz only has one expression. A swat team that can't do anything right. Miz defends himself and his friend in a barfight and everyone acts like he kicked an unsuspecting puppy. None of the family dynamics at play make any sense. The storyline just never manages to come together. The villain's plan appears to bank on the idea that they'll get discovered (hence why they need a specific vehicle). The whole thing is ultimately bonkers.