... now that just sounds like a horrible, horrible dare. But I would totally watch that again. And Total Recall
. That would be a pleasure.
2.) Star Trek: Nemesis- Again, there are people who enjoy this one (myself included)
I also enjoyed this one. Haven't seen it since the theaters, but I thought it was pretty good at the time.
Dr. Judas wrote:
4. Escape from L.A.
I know some people love this one, but I don´t see the appeal.
4. Escape from LA: I know you love it, but I don't care for this one.
I think it's a great play on the original, while making Snake the biggest bad-ass in all of cinema. As a standalone film, it feel startlingly cheap, but it makes for a solid double-feature with the first one.
Yes, Nemesis was a fun rollercoaster ride but nowadays, it can come off as a weak entry or at least according to most Trekkies (granted, most of them hated The Final Frontier
, which is one of my favorites).
I don't get the hate for Escape from L.A.
either though. Sure, it's not perfect and the CGI was pretty bad even at the time but there's lots of fun dialogue, great Grunge Rock OST and shootouts before the unusual ending.
I'll admit that as lame as Top Dog
is, I somehow found it more enjoyable than the similar K-9
trilogy and Turner and Hooch
. Yeah, I know . . . but still it would be great to hear you guys roast the movie especially for the scene where he beats up the Joker-like henchmen and the horrible catchphrase at the end of the film.
Top 5 Franchise F*** Ups
5. Batman & Robin
4. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation
3. Die Another Day
2. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
1. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
This and Hestinator's list cracked me up. Sure, there are lame installments but we're looking for the worst of the worst not just random bullshit. I'll agree with number 3 though as that was the equivalent of a lap dance with zero sizzle and zero effort went into it (save for the brief car chase on the ice which even then was still not that great).