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Hi i'm interested to know which movies you loved but they are obvously bad flick movie...


Nemesis 1992




Creature from the black lake (1976)




Werewolf (1995)




Super Fuzz (1980)



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Master Ninja 1984 Directed by Robert Clouse
Superman III 1983 Directed by Richard Lester
47 Ronin 2013 Directed by Carl Rinsch
Exodus: Gods and Kings 2014 Directed by Ridley Scott
She Hate Me 2004 Directed by Spike Lee
The Time Machine 2002 Directed by Simon Wells
The Tourist 2010 Directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
A Man Apart 2003 Directed by F. Gary Gray
The Punisher 1989 Directed by Mark Goldblatt
Rising Sun 1993 Directed by Philip Kaufman
Kiss of Death 1995 Directed by Barbet Schroeder
American Ninja 1985 Directed by Sam Firstenberg
Red Scorpion 1987 Directed by Joseph Zito
Masters of the Universe 1987 Directed by Gary Goddard
Cyborg 1989 Directed by Albert Pyun




Cyborg 1989 Directed by Albert Pyun
Albert Pyun gets lots of love in this thread. I'm not sure if I'd call his films the worst, but other than that he, sort of, deserves the praise. At least I usually have at least a decent time watching his films, and he has his own unique style.

So, how about the Nemesis sequels? I'd remember at least the first of them was a decent (and weird) mix of Scifi action and softcore porn with a professional female bodybuilder in the lead. The third one was probably shot at the same time (I vaguely remember that they used partially the same footage).

And let's not forget his debut, The Sword and the Sorcerer, which isn't bad for a sword & sorcery film. It's like a mix of swashbuckling and barbarian movies with the silliest magic sword in cinematic history:



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Master Ninja 1984 Directed by Robert Clouse
Superman III 1983 Directed by Richard Lester
47 Ronin 2013 Directed by Carl Rinsch
Exodus: Gods and Kings 2014 Directed by Ridley Scott
She Hate Me 2004 Directed by Spike Lee
The Time Machine 2002 Directed by Simon Wells
The Tourist 2010 Directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
A Man Apart 2003 Directed by F. Gary Gray
The Punisher 1989 Directed by Mark Goldblatt
Rising Sun 1993 Directed by Philip Kaufman
Kiss of Death 1995 Directed by Barbet Schroeder
American Ninja 1985 Directed by Sam Firstenberg
Red Scorpion 1987 Directed by Joseph Zito
Masters of the Universe 1987 Directed by Gary Goddard
Cyborg 1989 Directed by Albert Pyun

That's true superman 3 is the best i love the bad superman and richard pryor in this movie.
Albert Pyun along with Nico Mastorakis, Andy Sidaris and Jim Wynorski are the Gods of best worst movie. A saw Red Scorpion and Masters of the Universe not so long ago they're great also.



Albert Pyun gets lots of love in this thread. I'm not sure if I'd call his films the worst, but other than that he, sort of, deserves the praise. At least I usually have at least a decent time watching his films, and he has his own unique style.

So, how about the Nemesis sequels? I'd remember at least the first of them was a decent (and weird) mix of Scifi action and softcore porn with a professional female bodybuilder in the lead. The third one was probably shot at the same time (I vaguely remember that they used partially the same footage).

And let's not forget his debut, The Sword and the Sorcerer, which isn't bad for a sword & sorcery film. It's like a mix of swashbuckling and barbarian movies with the silliest magic sword in cinematic history:



Yeah, I approve Pyun on this list
That's a fact the Sword and the Sorcerer is one of my favorite and remind me also
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Are 2 film I realy like



The Hidden



Whoa, whoa, whoa. The Hidden is a legit good sci-fi thriller anchored by excellent performances from Nouri and MacLachlan. It has memorable action set-pieces and compelling emotional arcs for its main characters.



Whoa, whoa, whoa. The Hidden is a legit good sci-fi thriller anchored by excellent performances from Nouri and MacLachlan. It has memorable action set-pieces and compelling emotional arcs for its main characters.
Yes you are right the Hidden is one of the best sci fi movie but just movie fan like us remember this movie. General public don't even know about it. They remember Alien, Blade Runner, 2001, Star wars etc. But maybe i'm wrong i'm not from USA so maybe in here it was not to much apreciated. But it's good to remember it...



Yes you are right the Hidden is one of the best sci fi movie but just movie fan like us remember this movie. General public don't even know about it. They remember Alien, Blade Runner, 2001, Star wars etc. But maybe i'm wrong i'm not from USA so maybe in here it was not to much apreciated. But it's good to remember it...
It's definitely underseen and underappreciated. I just don't think it qualifies as a "best worst movie".



Wow! I had completely forgotten about The Sword and the Sorcerer, excellent terrible film. Like a couple of others I strongly disagree with The Hidden. That is a true favorite of mine and just a really good sci-fi flick. Some movies I like (or love) that I would never dream of defending as anything but **** are


Roadhouse

Demolition Man
Anaconda (I used to play it off as just an excuse to count the beads of sweat on J.Lo and Kari Wuhrer but I can't lie anymore but god help me it's not JUST that.)



Anaconda (I used to play it off as just an excuse to count the beads of sweat on J.Lo and Kari Wuhrer but I can't lie anymore but god help me it's not JUST that.)
J.Lo is very pleasant to the eye on that one. I've also seen the film multiple times, and like you, it's not JUST about J.Lo



Cyclone


Food of the god part 2


Rats: nights of terror


Christina's House


Bats



Timerider



Hi i'm interested to know which movies you loved but they are obvously bad flick movie...

Super Fuzz (1980)

I liked Super Fuzz, but it definitely qualifies as a "bad" movie.
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For years, my "best worst movie" was Plan 9 from Outer Space (1957), but I recently watched a movie that dethroned it.


Nine Lives (2016) (According to Wikipedia, it was released on Australian home media as Mr. Fuzzypants.) It's an incredibly stupid movie that's hilarious. Kevin Spacey is perfect as the voice of Mr. Fuzzypants.