Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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One of the schlock studio's intentionally bad movies that succeeds a little too well.
it upends the conventions of rape revenge by making all the victims male, and having its killer literally Fuch the patriarchy.... It is all at once amateurish and sophisticated, funnily wrong and shockingly hilarious.
This is the kind of film we all expected to see inside all of those VHS boxes with the fabulous artwork.
A sick and twisted horror farce made for a very specific sort of movie geek. I'm one of them.
Father's Day proves that, when he's not making masterworks, (Troma's Lloyd Kaufman is) quite capable of finding fresh examples of same.
A wretched and nonsensical bit of genre drivel...
It's gory, sick, depraved, funny, self-knowingly silly, and entertaining if you're in the right frame of mind.
A triumphantly diseased motion picture, easily the best movie to pop out of Troma Entertainment in quite some time...There's blood, nudity, and violence. Everyone goes home happy.
I'd take it over many of the high-profile attempts at grindhouse horror and it's even more remarkable when one considers that the legendary company gave Astron-6 $10,000 to make it. I'm slightly terrified to think of what they could do with $10 million.
Wow! Troma is back with a bang!
I dunno who this Astron 6 collective are, but they are absolute genius. They've captured everything the Grindhouse "stands" for and then some.
There's complete nonsensical segments, hilariously awful dry jokes, allucination bits, over the top gore that made me flinch (and I've seen loads of these), incredibly hard to watch scenes, epic fights, memorable characters and I could go on and on on my favorite bits but they're just too many.
Heck, there's even time to give some depth to pretty much all the characters, despite the type of movie. It shows the true love these guys have towards the genre and it shows on each scene and on each frame.
Despite the brutal and shocking content, I had a frickin huge smile during the whole show. I wish more movies were like this: aware of what they are, never forgetting it's entertainment value.
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