Speech & Debate

Speech & Debate

Frustrated by the hypocrisy they see in their parents, teachers, and the entire school board, an unlikely trio set out to find a common truth and make their voices heard as they revive a defunct school club and take on the world.

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Leon B (mx) wrote: Review:Man, this movie is REALLY bad. I was expecting to see Trejo & Roberts kicking some zombie butt, but there not even in the movie that much. The director chose a really bad actor to play the lead, who has obviously not starred Ina movie before. The girl that plays alongside him has got a REALLY annoying voice and she also just wanted the payday. As for the movie, it's a simple good against evil plot which gets a bit stupid after a while. The zombies look ridiculous and really low budget along with the stupid script that really needed a lot of work. Basically, just stay away from this rubbish!Round-Up:If I was Danny Trejo or Eric Roberts, I wouldn't want my name associated with this movie at all. It won't ruin any of there careers because I doubt that anyone will see it. The beginning looked promising, for an exorcist type of movie, but as soon as the teenagers take over, it just goes drastically down hill. The music throughout the film was also annoying and cheap, which makes me wonder what the hell they spent the $4million on. They obviously didn't watch it before it got released.Budget: $4millionWorldwide Gross: N/AI recommend this movie to people who are into there priest against demon movies, but doubt expect much. 1/10

Patrick K (mx) wrote: Couldn't handle it beyond the first 15 minutes. Extremely lame!

Joshua L (mx) wrote: Kurt russell is da shit

Joe P (it) wrote: I'd hate to be Junior in this movie.

Matt S (au) wrote: good movie but far from best

Tasos L (it) wrote: A masterpiece from the 80's ..you , losers... submit to the school rules of the 80's.. SUBLIME !!!!!

Marlon B (au) wrote: I'm really starting to feel like I don't ever want to see Jay Oliva or Ethan Spaulding in the credits of a DC animated movie again as we have yet another disappointing installment from the steady decline in quality of DC animated movies.Batman Bad Blood wasn't anywhere near as bad as Son of Batman but it was painfully bland and cheesy garnished with some forced edginess for good measure. Written by J.M. DeMatteis (known for the similarly lackluster Batman vs Robin and the weaker episodes of Justice League) the plot was at times nonsensical and other times just barely there while the characters were flat and didn't have personalities so much as approximations of what personalities should look like. Instead of having unique and clearly defined traits, they were just kindof stock character archetypes jerry rigged together with a batman motif. The story ended up feeling like the equivalent of that research paper you had weeks to do but threw together the night before. Will it get a passing grade? Sure. But is it GOOD? Not at all. In fact every aspect of the movie felt lazy, from the art to the animation and much of the acting. I don't think anyone really cared about the movie. It wasn't offensive to all the senses the way Thrne of Atlantis was but coming from a company that used to produce movies with a love for the characters and the story, the kind of movies that amazed us, entertained us, and made us feel things besides nearly two hours of exasperation, this is still somewhat of a tragedy. Actually I retract my earlier statement about the people involved not caring about the product, it did seem like they cared about making the fight scenes look cool, but honestly, that's like making a cake and focusing on making the icing taste good. We need a movie that doesn't just meander from forced plot point to forced plot point and overstay its welcome by about a half hour. We need tight cohesive stories and likable or at least memorable characters. And honestly, it felt weird to have a movie focus around Batman (a character who above all doesn't want people killed) that adds no weight or consequence to the many character deaths. It's treated as more of a courtesy. "Remember, push your chair in when you leave the table and don't kill anyone". All-in-all I think this movie primarily tried to be "cool" and failed at being authentic when it should have tried to be authentic and the cool would follow naturally.Also they didn't try hard enough to be good, which may just be a result of DC having a one batman film per year quota and the subsequent exhaustion that comes from that.Mostly, Batman Bad Blood made me feel like these characters deserve better than what they got. I feel like if you're the kind of person who's impressed by Grant Morrison's writing, stale bread or a well played C major scale, you'll enjoy this movie. Anyone else might as well skip it.