ITT: Universally-panned movies you unironically enjoyed
I remember being really young when the commercial for it would play and i thought it was the scariest looking thing, then when i finally watched it and it wasn't scary at all, the hollowman commercial also creep me out
I literally could not believe when I found out people disliked this film.
There are so many things to enjoy here.
I unironically think this is one of the most hilarious movies made in recent memory.
Speaking of which. There are many who admit they like these movies but in general this sub-genre is constantly made fun of. They're not even B-movies per se just science fiction that were made during that time. Some of them are genuine masterpieces. Like two or three before everyone wanted to cash in on their success.
Oh yeah, it's not great cinema or inspired casting by any stretch of the imagination. I just thought it was fucking hilarious and didn't deserve all the hate it got when it was released.
Just the people saying WWW was panned.
You're underage, deal with it. It was one of the biggest movies to come out that year.
It just didn't last the test of time, becasue well, it's shit.
Get banned, kid.
Being Panned is a critical thing, moron. It's got a 17% on Rotten Tomatoes. Who gives a shit what the unwashed masses think?
If you're going to call other people underaged, you should have a cursory knowledge of how english works.
But, such is to be expected of a retard.
>tfw liked both of the Amazing Spider-Man movies
>Liked the second more than the first
Get on my level
The Assassination of Jesse James is one of those films that's being vindicated with time. Many up and coming critics and filmmakers consider it a modern masterpiece and that reverence will only grow as the years go by.
Got you covered senpai, I don't know what it is about these movies but they're just so nice to look at.
>5.5 RT rating
>5.4 IMDb rating
>6.1 RT rating
>7.3 IMDb rating
>5.6 RT rating
>6.5 IMDb rating
The prequels are not panned, thus no one should bring them up in a thread of panned movies.
1, 2, and 3 all got 56%, 66%, and 79%.
Even if 1 is questionable, 2 is considered decent and 3 is considered good.
I'm kind of disappointed that this never became the Plan 9 for the millenial generation. Do we need to get Tim Burton to make an affectionate biopic about John Travolta and the Church of Scientology before it can finally be seen for the campy masterpiece that it is?
>The film received generally negative reviews from critics. Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 28% based reviews from 96, with an average score of 4 out of 10.
Bullshit, this movie is great
Honestly, take out all the small things people hated about this movie (the Bat Nipples, the gay jokes, the ice puns, etc.) and you'd be left with a pretty "meh" movie. I feel like half the reason everyone hated this was because people were accustomed to the really dark and gritty portrayals of Batman via shit like The Dark Knight Returns, the Tim Burton movies, and Batman: The Animated Series; people didn't want to see the 1960s Adam West Batman being brought back because the image of Batman that Frank Miller painted had already been so ingrained in the collective mind and seemed to have made more sense. This movie was released at the wrong place and at the wrong time.
Pic related is literally you two
For me personally the reason I hate it is because of George Clooney because George Clooney only plays himself, George Clooney in every movie he's ever been in. He was not Bruce Wayne.
I wonder if Jim Carrey cuts himself thinking about how bigoted and un-PC he made his career off of from those Ace Ventura movies, especially the climax of the one where he mocks a tranny
This. George Clooney is a complete hack who can not act
>How transphobic.I wish he would set himself on fire, too.
>a little too extreme. homophobic much
i still watch this now and again and love it every time
Most 90's-early 00's Disney movies
Dont look under the bed
Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire
The Luck of the Irish
I know most people actually love a lot these films, but critics shit on them.
It has some really good action scenes.
I'm a huge wrestling fan, and I grew up watch WCW as opposed to WWF. No regrets.
2 has its moments, but 3 was the exact point where you can pinpoint the focus becoming dude reference lmao.
That's not to say 1 or 2 never made references, of course, but they had something to them outside of references.
This and "Journey To The Center Of The Courtroom'' are actually pretty good.
Because I always loved the whole future lore of the series and I hoped that there could be a cool post-apocalyptic terminator trilogy ahead.
I'm still pissed because I loved the machine designs in the movie.
Man I fucking loved that movie. I don't get why everybody hated it. I thought it was fun, it was visually interesting, the setting and the gadgets were cool and unique, and it didn't take itself seriously while still not feeling like a straight up comedy.
Rewatchable and hilarious to this day, maybe except for the parts with the cow, but even then theres a part that makes me chuckle. The rest of it was an absolute masterpiece.
I hear he is making a sequel finally. I wonder if it'll be good, of it it'll be Anchorman 2.
Give 'Em Hell Malone (2009)
Stage Fright (2014)
The Guest (2014)
John Carter (2012)
The Phantom (1996)
The Shadow (1994)
Solomon Kane (2009)
The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (1972)
Blind Fury (1989)
The Unnamable1&2 (1988/1992)
>tfw we will never get the sequel that was promised at the end
After going through high school with the originals, I would unironically give this a 10/10 and rank it amongst my favorite movies of all time.
Early Cronenberg was best Cronenberg. It's a cult classic, but it was hated (still is) by most people.
>Marilyn Chambers will never use her vampire cthuloid tentacle anus pit to infect me
I liked it as much as the first one mostly because it reminded me more of growing up in the chicago suburbs in the late 90's
Thought I was looking at the wrong movie when I saw the ratings.
Crack up all the time when he dances like ET. Also I'm noticing a lot of Arquette in this thread.
People disliked that there was no Culkin, that the plot was too far-fetched (the bad guys were after some kind of very expensive microchip) and that the traps were too advanced, even for this franchise
I usually eat something while I watch this movie
This was so insanely ridiculous and goofy. How did people not like it? The set pieces were great and so was the music.
I mean granted I was like 7 years old when I first saw it (since then a hundred times probably), but it's just such a comfy and fun movie. Clooney was a wooden Batman sure, but he was a decent Bruce. Bane wasn't Bane at all, and Robin was a little shit, but Freezinator was GOAT.
>mfw this reminded me that david arquette actually won the wcw title after this was released.
Studio marketed it as an action movie in the same vein as Die Hard. You've seen The Hawk, so you know it's nothing like that. For those that haven't, it's actually a very light on its feet adventure comedy.
This pretty much doomed the movie before it even came out. People thought they were getting Die Hard, not Bruno and Danny singing or Andy McDowell speaking dolphin.
Showgirls is a masterpiece of a movie and I love watching it.
If they ever make another one, stiffler and finch will end up fucking each-other.
Fight me on this; stiffler has become increasingly liberal in his sexuality as the series progressed, and finch has always been one step away from a casual dick in the mouth.
OH SHIT this movie was awesome. I remember asking my brother to watch it with me after I broke my wrist, because I was sad about it. I felt better after watching this. That final move against DDP was great.
Die Antwood got a bit grating at times but other than that it was a solid flick. Much better than Elysium.
Don't know if that's a parody really. More like a meta deconstruction of the horrir genre. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil more of a straight out parody I would say, and a great one too.
it's Blade Runner meets Nintendo.
I was moved by Kurt Russel thrown out like the trash but surviving anyway. underrated performance
It was enjoyable. That Mother Russia and police scene was fucking great. But it had a fucking ton of bad scenes.
It's fucking dumb hilarious fun. 1 and 3 are trash though.
>The Cable Guy
>The Longest Yard
It was bad, really bad.
>Freddy Got Fingered
Have not seen it in a long time, /tv/ seems to love it these days, but I can only remember that I hated it.
Have not seen Safe men.
my negro. It was legitimately one of the better movies I have seen in a while. The soundtrack is great and I absolutely love Blompkamps big, loud, dumb action sequences. It was entertaining and charming like District 9 and unlike Elysium, which was terrible.
Jon Peters was supposed to produce a Superman movie with Nick Cage directed Kevin Smith. Kevin talks about him bugging him nonstop to make Superman fight a giant spider in the 3rd act even though it had nothing to do with the plot. Movie fell through, and he ended up producing WWW instead. Smith saw it in theaters and couldn't believe Peters snuck in a giant spider fight scene, in the 3rd act no less
Full interview is on YouTube
It's a shit movie but it's a miracle it came out the way it did when you start reading into the production. Hoskins and Leguizamo were completely wasted in most of the scenes they shot.