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Old 07-09-2019, 11:24 AM   #61
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Sahara...38%; objectively not good, yet I can't help but love it.
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Old 07-09-2019, 02:29 PM   #62
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Richie Rich with Macauley Culkin was my go to movie as a kid!

But actually thinking about it, 24% makes perfect sense.

One of the rare movies to make the list. When it came out Shaw still had those cable boxes that you had to rent for PPV's. I'd rented one to watch Wrestlemania and didn't have to return it til the next day. So I went to the bar with a friend and came home absolutely blasted and spent $24.99 renting that movie.
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Old 07-09-2019, 04:04 PM   #63
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Venom at 29%
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York at 32%
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Old 07-09-2019, 04:08 PM   #64
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I love Clifford with Martin Short playing a 10-year-old boy and Charles Grodin is his uncle who hates kids but tries to bond with him to impress his fiancée.

https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/clifford
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Old 07-09-2019, 04:10 PM   #65
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Sahara...38%; objectively not good, yet I can't help but love it.
I would have loved for them to keep the series going, the books are good. Too bad they blew their budget and bombed at the box office, it's a really fun premise and set of characters
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Old 07-09-2019, 04:15 PM   #66
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I love a good bad movie. My all time favourite good bad movie is Samurai Cop. Samurai Cop is a bit of a hidden gem, it was made in 1991, was mostly lost for years and then found and built a bit of a cult status in the mid 2000's. It even had a sequel made upon cult status in 2015 (it sucked though). Each time I watch Samurai Cop I find a new error or something to laugh at on each watch.





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Ok, first of all, I was going to bring up Wolfcop, but its a 60 on rotten tomatoes.



So the other one, and they've been playing it quite a bit on rewind is Beer League, with Artie Lange and Ralph Macchio. Some of the characters and lines by Lange are outright brilliant.
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Surfer, dude with McConaughey as chill long boarder who spends the entire movie shirtless. Cameos by Willie Nelson and Woody Harrelson make this a very enjoyable movie when you are on the same mind altering plane as them 3. 0% rating, i maybe the only person to watch this
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Old 07-09-2019, 06:03 PM   #69
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+1 to Dirty Work. 17% is an absolute travesty. Norm MacDonald can't get any respect.

I guess it could be worse. They could have had their noses bit off by a Saigon whore.
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+1 to Dirty Work. 17% is an absolute travesty. Norm MacDonald can't get any respect.

I guess it could be worse. They could have had their noses bit off by a Saigon whore.
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I really like Ghosts of Mars and Your Highness.
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I really like Ghosts of Mars and Your Highness.

I forgot about Your Highness, but it had some absolutely brilliant comedy in it.
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Old 07-10-2019, 02:40 PM   #73
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At least half of all Nicolas Cage movies are in this category. He's simultaneously the reason why a movie is terrible AND amazing at the same time.


Vampire's Kiss


Bad Lieutenant


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Old 07-10-2019, 10:42 PM   #74
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Gung Ho from that powerhouse year of cinema, 1986 comes to mind. 33% on RT.

Michael Keaton stars as a wheeler-dealer who hopes to save a failing Pennsylvania automobile-assembly factory from having to close its doors. Keaton persuades a Japanese auto firm to reopen the factory, retrain its staff, and streamline the operation. It isn't long before the American-born workers grow to resent the disciplinary demands of their new Japanese bosses, setting the stage for a comic clash of cultures.

There's a classic scene whereby a Japanese Executive berates employees by making them wear "ribbons of shame" and whenever I'm in a meeting and some uppity-up or HR type is getting wound up I secretly them picturing them yelling "Zos are riiibons of shaaame!" and it cracks me up inside.

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I remember seeing Gung Ho in the theatre when it first came out, and I've always liked it. Keaton is very funny in the lead role.
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Michael Keaton was so brilliant before he became a serious actor. Mr Mom is one of the funniest movies that I've ever seen.
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Michael Keaton was so brilliant before he became a serious actor. Mr Mom is one of the funniest movies that I've ever seen.
I recently watched Night Shift (which was great) with him in it and the dude had some serious comedic chops. I haven't watched a ton of Keaton movies but I could totally understand how fans would be worried when he was cast as Batman given his previous work at the time.
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Michael Keaton was so brilliant before he became a serious actor. Mr Mom is one of the funniest movies that I've ever seen.
Yup, Mr. Mom was great. More recently, he was also hilarious in The Other Guys, where he pretty much stole every scene he was in.


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Street Fighter scores 11%

I mean...what is there to even dislike about this movie?!

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Antitrust (aka Bill Gates' biopic), 24%. It's so bad it's good.

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