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10,000 BC (2008)
I saw an advanced screening of this film; luckily for free. Thank goodness I didn't spend any money on this trash. Please...save your money. Go to something else--you'll thank me!
10,000 BC is the worst film to come out of the Hollywood machine in years. The second the characters began speaking English I knew we were in trouble. Since the English language wasn't really invented until 5th century AD, I decided to suspend my disbelief and try to enjoy the movie anyway. But it spiraled out of control from there to the very depths of stupidity. The whole film is an unimaginative mess only salvaged by some good CGI. It is a nauseatingly simple and contrived plot, in which unlikable characters do the same stuff we've seen a million times in far better films. I really can't disguise my disappointment that such a cool concept was completely destroyed. What a let-down. What a joke.
The Room (2003)
Stop the madness!!!!!! This film deserves nothing more than 1 star!!!!!
I get it. "The Room" is the quintessential worst movie EVER made, hands down. It's hilarious...it really is. I understand why people love it; It's not a black comedy, it was never meant to be a comedy at all, in actuality it is a non-stop crap-fest that has you rolling with laughter because of its stupidity. The Room's mind-boggling story and atrocious acting, hits rock bottom of any film in the history of time. It doesn't get worse. Honestly. I really do get the appeal and I understand why "The Room" has a cult following.
Please, I ask you humbly to stop giving this film (and other piles of #$%^) nine or ten stars. Do you realize by doing so, you are comparing the quality of these films to "The Shining", "Casablanca", "The Lord of the Rings" among countless other masterpieces. These classic films have earned their ten star ratings. Please quit compromising the quality of reviews on IMDb with these inflated ridiculous scores. It's not fair to the REAL filmmakers who have earned their stripes through years of work, and defined talent. It's also not fair to the consumer who buys "The Room" thinking it's a masterpiece and realizes two minutes in that they shouldn't have wasted their money.
No No No
Please, stop comparing this shameless 'D' class ripoff to "Rear Window." This movie is not "Rear Window"; It's comparing apples and oranges. "Rear Window" had earth-shattering performances, 3-dimensional characters, true edge of your seat suspense, and most importantly subtlety. This film has none of these qualities, perhaps they were sacrificed for poor cameos and a dorky looking Sasquatch.
It's fun to watch a bad horror movie, but it quits being fun when it's really bad and everyone involved is taking it so seriously. This is not a good film, it's insultingly bad, so have fun with it. If you're an indie film and your budget is as low as they keep saying on the commentary, make the film indie. Make it smart, cool, hip, and then maybe someone could make a "Bigfoot" movie that actually works. Good luck, director, in future endeavors, but perhaps you should take a few more classes at USC first. :)
Like a bad high school musical
Unless you absolutely love shclocky, cheesy musicals, stay clear of this one. It is pseudo-intellectual, poorly written, and the acting is THE WORST!
These are obviously kids who are great singers and performers but have absolutely never taken an acting class. The director really should have spent much more time on the acting because this ultimately destroys the movie.
Also, the prerecorded music really didn't do anything for me.
This film is trying to be PC but sticks to boring stereotypes and rehashed plots. BAD, BAD. Sorry, but BAD.
Body Snatchers (1993)
Three times not a charm
"Body Snatchers" is definitely the poorest of the three Snatcher films. It is uninspired and sloppily written--lacking all the style and finesse that the other two "Invasion" films are famous for. The film is set in a military instillation which isn't conducive for good horror and thrills. The locale fails for the same reason it did as the setting for "Child's Play 3". It's too distant from us, too foreign...we can't easily relate to it. Movies set in small towns and cities scare us because that IS our world--it's our familiar.
The special effects are great and it's a fun rental. I like some of the scenes, most were so cheesy I had to laugh. (Especially when the "pod soldier" let the protagonist fly away in the helicopter because he didn't emotionally react to, "I F___ed your girlfriend." Give me a break!) It's an okay film--treasure the first two "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and throw "Body Snatchers" on if you have nothing better to do. 4/10
William A. Baker needs never direct again!
What a travesty to the film world. This is the worst thing I have ever seen in my 24 years of life. I need to see a priest immediately to cleanse myself from the sin of seeing this film. "Exorcism" is preachy, unfocused, poorly directed trash. The script is beyond terrible and I am utterly floored by the massive ego this director/producer/writer/actor/casting-director displays by even making his film. Bill A. Baker not only felt that his script was good enough to be made (big mistake #1) but also felt that he should direct(big mistake #2)! Who does this guy think he is? There should be an exorcism performed on the film itself because it is possesed by boring, pointless dialogue and plagued by terrible actors. William A. Baker--if you're reading this--never direct/write/act again. For the love of God, spare us!