The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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What happens next is a cross between Night of the Living Dead, The Birds and a disaster movie, if you follow me.
Yes, this is one of the greats -- and by greats, I mean so unspeakably awful that it needs to be witnessed at least once in a lifetime.
A flagrant disregard for animals' rightsall for the purposes of a schlocky B-moviegives "The Food of the Gods" a nasty, unclean stench that steals away whatever fun there is to be had.
Back in her glory days at Warner Bros., Ida Lupino never could have imagined that a movie role would require her to wring her hands, bug her eyes and make this fervent prayer: 'I won't never sin again, never. Only don't let no rat eat us, please, God!'
Schlocky, schlocky sci-fi/horror, circa 1976. And it stars Marjoe Gortner. Say more?
without even a hint of irony, fun, thrills, imagination, or anything else approaching entertainment
When it comes to making bad giant-animals-attack movies, nobody touches Bert.
Yummy schlock cinema!
Not content with having made a mess of this earlier, Gordon tries again.
Mosquitos that can puncture a man's entire head. How can you go wrong with that, I ask you.
Giant animal silliness.
Quite possibly one of the worst films I've ever seen, of any genre. Not even in a 'so bad it's good' way. It's just bad. Just another entry in a series of Jaws echos.
All I have to say is someone is attacked by a giant chicken
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