These films mean a lot to me. Some are considered bad and some are considered cult classics. Despite anyone's criticism or love for these movies. They exist and I am very glad.
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
Film noir parody with a detective uncovering a sinister plot. Characters from real noirs appear as scenes from various films are intercut. (88 mins.)
“ A great comedy that spoofs classic crime-noir films while utilizing them directly by integrating them into the film. ” - TheAdvocator
Parody of WWII spy movies in which an American rock and roll singer becomes involved in a Resistance plot to rescue a scientist imprisoned in East Germany. (90 mins.)
“ Another spoof, dealing with the spy genre, movie that is often over-looked with the (deservedly) well-known Airplane and the (undeservedly) well-known Scary Movies. ” - TheAdvocator
Six guests are invited to a strange house and must cooperate with the staff to solve a murder mystery. (94 mins.)
“ Considering the source material, this movie has stood the test of time thanks to it's almost endless list of quotable quotes. ” - TheAdvocator
A gangster attempts to keep the promise he made to his dying father: that he would give up his life of crime and "go straight". (109 mins.)
A cat burglar is forced to steal Da Vinci works of art for a world domination plot. (100 mins.)
“ This has got to be one of my favorite comedies and my second favorite Bruce Willis movie-Die Hard being the first.
It's a good time, if you have the DVD give the director's commentary a listen. It's clear the filmmaker had a fun adventure story in mind when he and Bruce Willis created this. ” - TheAdvocator
A travelling theater group find so much action going on behind-the-scenes, they almost ruin the performances. (101 mins.)