“Jaws IV: The Revenge”
“I have never seen it (Jaws 4) but by all accounts it is terrible,” star Michael Caine said about the movie. “However, I have seen the house that it built and it is terrific.”
“X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (2009)
Thank the heavens that “Logan” and “Deadpool” happened.
“Batman & Robin” (1997)
Isn’t this an ice list?
“Conquest of the Planet of the Apes” (1972)
Fans of the “Planet of the Apes” prequels might be interested to see Caesar’s original origins, although the new films do the character more justice.
“Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol” (1987)
Did you know the Razzies had a “Worst Original Song” category?
"Truth is, we rarely disagreed on parenting, although she did believe that I had gone a little over the top when I took a couple of
To celebrate those rare moments when the publicity succeeds where the movie doesn't, here are just ten examples of great posters for terrible films.
1. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)
Rotten Tomatoes rating: 57%
The teaser poster for the second coming of Star Wars was screaming-in-the-street exciting when it first hit bus stop billboards. Intriguingly, there's no mention of hyper-annoying sidekicks or intergalactic tax systems anywhere on it. Hmm.
2. Cobra (1986)
Rotten Tomatoes rating: 13%
So masculine it made men pregnant, the poster for action disasterpiece Cobra drips with virility. Alas, the film dripped with so much blood that the first cut earned an X rating, forcing reshoots that made an already preposterous plot crumple like a crisp packet in Sly's massive manly fists.
Governor: In this life, you kill or you die… Or you die and you kill.
Like he has all season, the Governor got the ball rolling in “Welcome to the Tombs.” First, he delivered Milton (Dallas Roberts) at the welcome mat of death and opened the door to Zombieland, knowing he’ll eventually go after Andrea. The other was assembling an unexperienced army to storm the prison and kill as many
[On Jaws: The Revenge] is not simply a bad movie, but also a stupid and incompetent one – a ripoff. – Roger Ebert (here)
But let’s back track, and let’s see these dubious horrible fours. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Batman and Robin. Jaws: The Revenge. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. Rocky IV. Alien Resurrection.
Mwire Police Academy Week Part 2:
Mwire Episode 54 – Police Academy 4: Citizens On Patrol
Again we continue the spotlight with Citizens on Patrol. Steve’s ultimately favorite film within the franchise. Listen Now.
Mwire Episode 55 – Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach
The guys head out to miami beach as do our friends in the Police Academy. Here we discuss the 5th film in the series, Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach. Listen Now.
The Beast Unleashed Podcast Episode 17
In the 17th episode of Tbu the terrible trio are at it again. With Steve/Megatron bringing the show down this time. Reviews of Cutting Edge and Feral Scream Parts 1 and 2…… strap in
With Megan Fox's departure from Transformers 3 currently making the news, we look at other actors and directors who have, for one reason or another, left a movie franchise. What happened next, for the franchise and for the person concerned?
Megan Fox - Transformers 3
A regular fixture in men's magazine listings of desirable women, 2007's Transformers gave Megan Fox her first lead role after several years of small television roles.
Fox's recent comments in Wonderland magazine can't have done her any favours. "He's like Napoleon and he wants to create this insane, infamous mad-man reputation," Fox said. "He wants to be like Hitler on his sets, and he is."
While Fox has since claimed that she left the Transformers 3 production voluntarily, it's still widely thought that
A potential eighth instalment of the zany police comedy was confirmed by its star, Steve Guttenberg, who wants to reprise his role as lovable rogue Carey Mahoney.
“We are doing a new movie and it is going to be great fun,” Guttenberg said. “A script is being written and so far it is really great, everyone from the original movies who is still around will return.”
“I know Kim (Cattrall, who starred in the original movie) and Sharon (Stone, who starred in Police Academy 4: Citizens On Patrol) have been asked but they haven’t said yes yet. It would be really great to have them on board.”
But why would they want to get on board???
Steve Guttenberg was one of the biggest stars of the 80s,
Sex and the City star Cattrall appeared alongside Steve Guttenberg in the original 1984 comedy, while Stone featured in Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol in 1987.
And Guttenberg is hoping to bring both stars back for another movie in the film's franchise - more than a decade after the seventh installment, 1994's Police Academy: Mission to Moscow, was released.
He says, "We are doing a new movie and it is going to be great fun. A script is being written and so far it is really great, everyone from the original movies who is still around will return.
"I know Kim and Sharon have been asked but they haven't said yes yet. It would be really great to have them onboard."
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