In no particular order is my list of movies that I like but aren't too popular by others. Be they funny, campy, or just enjoyable junk. You don't need to have multi million dollar sets or a great script to make the movie fun and the "bad" movies are what helps us remember what the "good" movies are.
There was only one adventure for Andrew "Dice" Clay's foul mouthed gumshoe who worked the "Rock N' Roll" beat of Los Angeles. Co Stars Lauren Holly, Ed O Neill and Gilbert Gottfried help the movie along in a case of a missing groupie and a dead rockstar. It's too bad that this movie didn't score at the box office thanks in no small parts to savage critics and protesters of the Diceman cause this could have been his ticket to more and similar movies.
See the full review, ""Hickory Dickory Dock, this movies gonna rock OOOOOOOOHHHH!!"".
Many years too late and another flop at the box office, John Landis and Dan Ackroyd finally got to make their follow up to the classic 1980 musical/demolition derby sans John Belushi. The music is just as good if not better and the jam session at the end is peppered with music legends. The rest of the movie admittedly is a lame retread of the original movie.
Likewise, if I have to put a Sandler movie on here, it's going to be my favorite. Lots of the trademarks that made the early Sandler movies fun, with idiot humor, slapstick and more. it's a fun and cheerful movie for the most part, though the extended DVD has the moment I kept waiting for in the theater, which was Happy throwing Ben Stiller out the window.
Regarded as the worst of Trek and nearly killed the movie franchise did have some nice ideas going for it especially before needless script rewrites and a slashed budget put the kibosh on most of them. While it's true that if IV was followed by VI, it would have helped strengthen the ideas of VI if this movie was cut.
See the full review, ""Were on a mission from God"".
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more