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10 Movies So Bad, They're Good

7/6/2014 1:02pm EDT
10 Movies So Bad, They're Good
For every good movie, there's likely at least two bad ones. And that's okay - because some of them are so bad that we fall in love with them in a whole other way. Remember Santa Claus Conquers the Martians? Plan 9 From Outer Space? Sharknado? And those are just the most famous films that were honestly less than stellar.

But there are plenty of other bad movies that are oddly worthwhile, and so we've gone looking for the ones that haven't gained infamy. Those terrible, yet somehow strangely endearing, movies that have somehow escaped mainstream notice. The ones we still talk about that migh...

Neal McDonough Takes 'Justified' To Another Level

3/13/2012 2:00pm EDT
Neal McDonough
It was a tall order to follow up Margo Martindale's award-winning villainy on Justified. Yet veteran actor Neal McDonough has done just that and more.

He is the man behind Detroit mobster Robert Quarles, the latest adversary to cross paths with the infamous Raylan Givens, as played perfectly by Timothy Olyphant. When playing against an actor of Olyphant's caliber, one must be at a certain higher level already. But what makes McDonough a fantastic choice, the choice that I can't believe it took this long to think of, is that he doesn't just hold his own; watching him, one gets the sense tha...

What?! Good Actors, Bad Ideas

4/1/2011 4:05pm EDT
Shark Attack
Remember that saying "the road to hell is paved with good intentions"? Even the best actors have their misses. Here's a list of some of my favorite bad performances, miscastings, and poor project choices - all the things that land great actors in bad situations. (But I still love them, regardless.)

John Barrowman, Shark Attack 3: Megalodon (2002)

Shark Attack 3: Megalodon is the worst movie that I have ever seen. I really wish that Mystery Science Theater 3000 was still around, because this flick belongs on that list.

While no one expects brilliance from a movie called Shark Attack ...

Is Excessive CGI And No Plot Becoming A Trend In Movies?

9/10/2009 11:14am EDT
Transformers 2
A few weeks ago I got to see 15 minutes of James Cameron's "Avatar" on the IMAX in 3D, and it was some of the best CGI ever seen on the big screen. For years Cameron has promised a big comeback and at least visually this movie looks like it will truly deliver when it comes out in December. And yet ... what little they revealed of the plot felt contrived, and the dialogue was stiff. A soldier sneaking undercover in another society and then falling in love with this new culture and trying to make peace between the two nations. Viewers have seen that before, but what makes "Avatar" different h...

Video Game Films: Not Just Popcorn Fluff

9/9/2009 4:12pm EDT
Sure, many movies based on video games are just that- game play on screen without a controller. We could spend all day listing more than twenty years' worth of these films including 'Super Mario Brothers', 'Mortal Kombat' films, a slew of 'Pokemon' releases, the 'Tomb Raider' films, 'Final Fantasy', 'Resident Evil' films, 'Silent Hill', 'Doom', 'Bloodrayne', 'Hitman', 'Max Payne', and 'Street Fighter' films. The larger question asks, do they have the potential to be more than just idle game play on screen? The answer is sometimes.

The release of 'Gamer', the next in line for the gen...

New Movies On DVD, June 30

6/30/2009 8:00am EDT
Jonas Brothers 3D
In The Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience, excerpts from the musicians' "Burning Up" concert tour combine with behind-the-scenes footage, unscripted segments, and plenty of good-natured humor. Also on DVD: 12 Rounds, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li and Two Lovers.

'Street Fighter: The Legend Of Chun-Li' On DVD & Blu-ray June 30 (Win A Copy!)

6/10/2009 12:02pm EDT
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li DVD Release
Based on one of the most successful and popular video game franchises of all time, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li takes its acclaimed heroine on an action-packed quest for justice when it debuts on Unleashed & Unrated three-disc Blu-ray and two-disc DVD June 30 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Featuring for a limited time the full-length animated comic movie, "Street Fighter Round One: FIGHT!", the film delves deeper into the origins of the Street Fighter universe. Starring five-time Teen Choice Award nominee Kristen Kreuk in the iconic title role, "Street Fighte...

Who Green Lights These Movies In Hollywood?

4/30/2009 4:12pm EDT
No one ever seems to listen. When reading through the announcements that come out of Hollywood, one gets the feeling that the industry should know better by now. A Max Payne movie? Aliens vs. Predator 2? A Drop Dead Fred remake? Who green lights this stuff? The film industry is rife with bad ideas, often resulting in empty-pocketed executives standing around wondering why Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li didn't make any money. People keep losing money, yet the bad ideas keep pouring in. Here are a few upcoming bad ideas:

Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine

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Opening February 27: Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li

2/25/2009 5:11pm EST
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
As the Street Fighter saga celebrates its 20th anniversary, fight fans are invited to follow along with fearsome fighter Chun-Li (Smallville's Kristin Kreuk) as she faces off against a series of formidable opponents... Continue summary

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Video Game Movies: The Good, The Bad, And The Boll

2/25/2009 9:09am EST
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
With Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li arriving in theaters February 27, it’s time to take a look back at the video game movies that brought us to this point.

While video games run the gamut of quality - from very good to very bad - video game movies have typically been on the “poor” side of the critical spectrum. Games are written with interactivity in mind, and thus their storylines don’t always mesh with the film medium.

Still, there are a few titles one could argue are at least passable – even if fans of the video games they are based on do not find them loyal to the ori...