Super Secret Movie Rules: Season 1, Episode 6

Disaster Movies (2004)

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One of the best things VH1 has ever aired!
18 January 2006 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

Anyone who has seen as many movies as I have is able to recognize the almost endless army of clichés that appear in your typical Hollywood film. One of the joys of watching movies with your friends is you can point at the clichés as they occur and make highly amusing jokes about them. Watching SUPER SECRET MOVIE RULES: Disaster MOVIES is a lot like watching a videotape of you and your friends doing just that. It sounds boring, but it actually highly entertaining. Unlike with most VH1 shows, the panelists are funny and have witty observations to make. Chris Jericho, Daniel Roebuck, and Dave Sheridan are three of the best of the panelists while others like Tim Burton and Ant have no place being on television...ever. Overall, this is one of the best things VH1 has ever aired. 9/10


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