Best Worst Movie
A look at the making of the film Troll 2 (1990) and its journey from being crowned the "worst film of all time" to a cherished cult classic.
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JeanAntoine B (jp) wrote: This movie is a real work of art. You enter the life of friends who spend the summer together as you feel what they are feeling and surpass their problems like their doing to receive in the end hapinness and sadness
Samantha F (br) wrote: awesome movie,never gets old.
Fahmi M (us) wrote: yes.. this movie did make me emotional....
Bill T (jp) wrote: If there's one thing I hate more then bad comedies, is bad satires. I'm talking about the Possessed! and any movie that Leslie Nielsen has done after the Naked Gun movies. These movies are generally painful to watch, and this sequel is no exception.. While the original movie had it's strange charms and the 2nd had it's moments (and yes, George Clooney), this one has nothing going for itm abd it's well worth your time to stay away.
Alex G (de) wrote: Seems more of an experiment than an actual story, but it's ridiculousness, absurdity and subject matter kept me engaged. I love the soundtrack and the sound design, and I thought the dialogue was pretty good. It reminded me of a Scorsese film in terms of the dialogue, New York City feel, and the feel of it.
David G (nl) wrote: well what can you say about rubber monsters silly effects just plain great
Leonard D (jp) wrote: This had potential, but squandered on developing the characters, and creating a good story!
Ben L (mx) wrote: I've never been a big fan of Trading Places. I don't feel like Eddie Murphy gets a chance to fully embrace his comedic talent, and I have never thought Dan Aykroyd was much of an actor. The final scene confuses me every time, while I understand the concept of what is going on I never get exactly how they were able to make that happen. Also the movie devolves into farce throughout the train sequence to a point where the tone feels entirely out of place with the rest of the film. Finally, I think I have some struggles enjoying this movie because it feels like rich people problems, and who sympathizes with that? It's not a terrible film, or a complete failure, just not one that is for me.
John R (nl) wrote: 170226: I was brought back to this film by Split (2017). I did not draw any association upon seeing Split last night and had to remind myself of who "Mr. Glass" was. I remember buying Unbreakable because of its reference to comic books, a passion I had for tens of years. Within the first fifteen minutes I was hooked and started thinking about how these mediums, comics and movies, apply to my life. Why have they held such a strong pull on me? This film is inspirational and it made me wonder about my life choices. If you're a comic guy, you'll likely love it. Great score.