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Top 10 Bad Movies

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As a lover of cinema, I have a deep appreciation of films that are bad. No, I’m not talking movies that are so bad that they are unwatchable like “A Good Day to Die Hard” or “Glitter.” I’m talking about movies that are so bad that they become something special. A great bad movie is one that delivers things you’ve never seen before in a weird and wonderful way. In some ways, a great bad movie can even be just as fun as a beloved classic and I don’t mean that in an ironic hipster way. Yes, the bad films may be seriously lacking in the acting or filmmaking departments, but they more than make up for it in the unique ways the stories are presented.

Anyway, enough of my babbling. Read on to find out about some great bad movies that you may or may not have seen. Continue reading

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The Best And Worst Films And TV Shows Of 2012

Argo       Game Of Thrones        ParaNorman      Sherlock

The Best And Worst Films And TV Shows Of 2012

While some film fans and film critics adored 2012, I felt the year was largely comprised of bloated blockbusters and underwhelming art films. To me, a majority of the films (while often well made) felt distant and never really connected with me personally. Last year, I was overwhelmed with profoundly moving films such as “Moneyball,” “50/50,” “Hugo,” and “Midnight in Paris.” Now, that’s not to say 2012 didn’t have its highlights because it did. No one can deny that 2012’s cinematic offerings weren’t varied as the cinemas (and VODs) were flooded with everything from a talking teddy bear and a Bengal tiger to an extraordinary rescue mission and video game makers.

Meanwhile, on the television front, serialized entertainment once again reigned supreme. Whether I was witnessing the further decline of Walter White on “Breaking Bad” or seeing the astonishing wildfire sequence in “Game Of Thrones,” it’s clear that television is as exciting as it has ever been.

So, without further adieu, here is my annual list! Continue reading

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