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You know how some movies are supposed to be taken seriously but unfortunately it comes off as funny due to chewing the scenery for instance or the line was delivered wrong. A good example would be The Room. Lots of serious moments but Tommy Wissaus acting kinda makes it hard to take serious.
Any other movies?
I think there's this one scene in Black Mask where a sharp, metal disc (which obviously looks like a CD) goes flying (from the disc's point of view) and cuts someone's throat.
At 2/7/18 05:46 PM, Painbringer wrote: I think there's this one scene in Black Mask where a sharp, metal disc (which obviously looks like a CD) goes flying (from the disc's point of view) and cuts someone's throat.
That was seriously a great movie though! XD I miss the creative choreography of the nineties...
In the Bedroom has a bunch of shameless product placement in the first act. We get a good five minutes of a couple nameless characters discussing their favorite brand of car, where they get their haircuts from, and what store they get their groceries at. Me and my friends were just waiting for a giant Ford logo to appear on screen.
9/11 never happened. Don't believe the lies.
Anyone remember that movie with John travolta where there all giant dudes from space? It's like a scientology movie or something. That one definitely takes the cake
I can't remember the name of the movie, but the main character is a runner/better for some criminal and steals some of his money to buy an engagement ring. He gets a bullet lodged in his head when he tries to commit suicide to avoid the consequences, so the criminal tells him to come to a baseball field if he doesn't want his daughter to die or some shit. Anyway, long story short, while driving around with his lady, he shits his pants in fear during a casual conversation. I don't know how serious it was meant to be, perhaps some dark comic relief, but of course in the context of the plot it wasn't funny for Mr. Bullet-in-the-head.
The scene in "Spawn" when Satan is on screen.
It makes Sega dreamcast graphics look like something out of a Steven Spielberg film.
Outdated ideals and crackpot solutions with a face you can trust. You're welcome.