Perfect failure. My favorite parts are the shots of him sitting at a weird angle on the couch. Everything in this movie is abject ridiculousness. It's almost too much to take.
The Wicker Man
Cage at his best. The depravity of the ineptitude surrounding this film is astounding. If you thought Cage was laughable in something else, you need to see this. It makes Next look like The Day the Earth Stood Still.
Cold Creek Manor
There is a scene in this movie where a variety of snakes invade the house and sort of surprise the family at every turn as they try to get away. The best part about it is that all of the snakes are different species. Somebody collected all these different snakes and planted them in the house. They must have robbed a specialist pet store. Priceless.
You can almost see the actors apologizing to each other as they say their lines. Lemon drink? Are you serious Shyamalan? I guess you are. Thanks for this atrocity which is horrible by your standards. After it came out you said it was supposed to be that bad. Yeah, right.
This movie is laughable at every turn. Don't believe me? Watch it. I love it when Brad Pitt yells, "Sack of wine!" I don't remember the context. As if there were any contexts in this movie outside of it being a movie.
My mom and I went to see this once when I went back home to visit. It was so bad she made us walk out because I was laughing too hard. J. Lo's name in this movie is Slim which is all I should have to tell you before you run over to Casa and rent it under an assumed name.
The Butterfly Effect
Ashton Kutcher is brilliant in this movie. Especially when he has no arms. There is a scene where he tries to pick up a granola bar with his fake hand and it just crumbles. Much like your will to see another Ashton Kutcher movie after you see this one.
Honestly this could have been just a list of Nicolas Cage movies but I held back. It does seem like this one doesn't get enough credit for how horribly funny it is. You probably haven't seen it. Watch it. You'll laugh.
This is the movie that taught me that that old adage: "Hip hop can't take you to places ballet can," was all wrong.
Grizzly Park is one of the true gems Sean found at his local Red Box. I only wish we had watched the movie with the commentary which is supposed to be even funnier than the movie. If that's even possible.