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Contender for the worst TV show ever?
I guess some of the actors are probably OK actors,but the writing and directing is sooo bad it's really hard to tell. I know that getting roles and getting on TV is tough,and it's got to be even tougher after finally getting on and then getting stuck in a stinker like this with all the drama of a TV soap opera and plots not quite as clever or interesting as a typical episode of Honey Boo Boo or whatever her name is.
Truthfully,I do feel sorry for the actors. They had no idea what they were going to be saying and the roles they would be playing until they were already under contract and the filming had began.
I had no idea this was a mocumentary the first episode until the hot Viking babe was the one eliminated,and the geek with no muscles became the hero. Let's face it,NOBODY on reality shows gives up their chance of winning to help someone else with a injured ankle stay in the game.
Horrible,horrible TV show,and if it had been a legitimate survival-type show where they let loose a bunch of city-dwellers in the wilds of Siberia with nothing but basic shelter and tools and had them survive for a couple of months it could have been interesting to see how they adjust.
There are just too many good TV programs out there now to watch in your spare time to be wasting your life watching crap like this.
The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970)
THE funniest and most heart-warming western ever filmed!
I can't believe this movie got less than 8 stars.
Cable Hogue may have been Jason Robards greatest role.
Strother Martin plays his character to perfection,and his character was born to be a villain in this movie.
In fact,the lead character in Despicable Me should have been formed around Strother Martin,and should have even looked like him.
Martin may have been a B list co-star,but he was a GREAT B list co-star.
And Stella Stevens was never better eye candy.
Hogue is a miserable human being,with good reason,and in spite of himself he manages to attract this crowd of friends and acquaintances.
Of course,a lot of his "friends" are directly related to him owning the only water hole on a stage line,and people with money or influence always have more "friends" than they really want. Very few of them real friends.
I just bought one of those new Roxio devices to convert VHS movies into DVD movies,and I will soon be opening the still sealed brand new VHS tape of this movie that I bought several years ago and converting it to DVD. As far as I know this movie still isn't available on DVD.