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Favorite Scene in Bad Movies

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by cyclingwriter2, Jun 9, 2019.

  1. CD Boogie

    CD Boogie Well-Known Member

    Cringe

    "Twister" was easily the nadir of Philip Seymour Hoffman's acting career. All he did was whoop and holler.
     
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  2. jlee

    jlee Well-Known Member

    I still pince my fingers and say “fewwwwd” just like PSH when I’m trying to get a group to order dinner.
     
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  3. Baron Scicluna

    Baron Scicluna Well-Known Member

    Another thing going that doesn’t make sense: Why do they give such a shit about using that little town in the middle of Nowhere, Colorado as a staging area? There’s no other place?
     
  4. Baron Scicluna

    Baron Scicluna Well-Known Member

    Howard The Duck: The diner scene where the Dark Overlord has taken over the lab guy’s body, then growls a bunch at the waitress, so Howard and Lea Thompson order him some eggs. Later on, chaos ensues, and Lea asks him if he’s going to help Howard, and the Overlord growls, “she took my eggs.”
     
  5. Scout

    Scout Well-Known Member



    About the only decent DC does in hours of movies.
     
  6. hondo

    hondo Well-Known Member

    Well, there was this piece of method acting:

     
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  7. Batman

    Batman Well-Known Member

    It was never really explained, but it could have just been a key crossroads town that made it strategically important. Something like taking that town allowed them to control the railroad and supply line into Denver.
    History is full of tiny, seemingly insignificant towns in the middle of nowhere that suddenly become vitally important when the war rolls through simply because a bunch of roads converge there. Gettysburg and Bastogne, for example.
     
  8. clintrichardson

    clintrichardson Active Member

    The Tall Guy (1989) is a generally slow and forgettable movie that contains a strange but amazing sex scene between, improbably, Jeff Goldblum and Emma Thompson. It also two hilarious jokes, one of which involves Goldblum playing the lead in a musical version of the Elephant Man.
     
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