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Super Badass (1999)

A balistically blessed bounty hunter, known only as "Super Badass", goes after 3 bizarre criminals, while himself being haunted by drug-induced visions, talking puppets and dreams of making a documentary about pigeons.

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Charles E. Cullen ...
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A balistically blessed bounty hunter, known only as "Super Badass", goes after 3 bizarre criminals, while himself being haunted by drug-induced visions, talking puppets and dreams of making a documentary about pigeons.

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3 March 2010 | by (Tallahassee, Florida) – See all my reviews

There are thousands and thousands of new and old B-movies out there that often force the viewer to ask themselves "what could that director possibly have been thinking?" Well, Super Badass is definitely one of them. But aside from that, upon viewing, you'll be asking yourself "what white trash underachiever got off the bottle long enough to conjure up something so unambitious, something so meaningless, something so lifeless?" Yet, at the same time, it's awfully nice to see something so shamelessly (and randomly) mean-spirited, and gloriously inept, just stagger along with not a care in the world. I guess you could say I actually kinda liked Super Badass. I just find it incredibly odd, mainly because I've never seen something so completely Z-grade that wasn't of the Horror genre. Super Badass is more crime/action. It takes place in 1957 Mississippi. Super Badass leaves the farm for the big city to become a bounty hunter, and to take hard drugs, but mostly to be a bounty hunter. Super Badass has many foes. Villains such as "The Boogeyman" (just a pathetic lack of originality), and Bucko The Clown (not much better). Super Badass takes some drugs, and some children get viciously murdered by the bad guys, while the parents are pricelessly undisturbed by the sight of their children's graphic demise. Subtle bits of humor like that keep me from hating this otherwise mediocre pile of modern exploitation. He's going somewhere with all of this, I just know it, and at least in Charles Cullen's mind, he has in fact accomplished what he was going for. This guy created a big bunch of nothing, and from what I heard on the DVD commentary, he sounds fairly pleased with himself, and why not? Super Badass, regardless of whatever the hell it is, is far more than most of us have done... alright, well, maybe not FAR more. And I would certainly recommend something a little more worth your while like Basket Case or Teenape Goes To Camp. I don't see myself purchasing anymore of these Cullen efforts, I mean, I get the idea. Despite itself, the unique style, and peculiar attitude of this rebellious flick somehow won me over. 6/10


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