Zardoz works for me in the so bad it's good way.
Agree, however it's also a matter of budget proportion. Rich Evans said that he considers Attack of the Clones the worst movie relative to its budget. I may not agree but I see the angle. Low-budget movies usually fail when they have no money and the ideas they may have had are not realized. Either because there's not a proper team to support it or no talent to work around the limitations (early Carpenter and Cameron were masters of this).If we're talking movies in general, I think there's hundreds of movies that I could list before I even got to any of the Star Wars ones.
Tommy Wiseau's "The Room" and "Birdemic" are two I could name. "Zardoz," another. Like I said, there's a great, great many movies that are just slapped together and released into an unwarned public that is left wondering, "WHAT was being smoked when this was written? How did this get through so many hands without ANYONE questioning their sanity?"
Definitely (see above). TLJ made me confused, angry and disappointed, as much as I dislike it there are pros to that one. AOTC was one of the two movies when I wanted to get the price of my cinema ticket back (the other being Men in Black 2).Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is feeling horribly neglected, over the past couple of years, and wants another shot at the franchise title....
So, I feel that although the prequels are bad in someways, the one way they aren't bad is that they tell their story well. George Lucas knew how to layout scenes, shots and dialogue that made sense. They never needed subsequent novels to actually paint the true picture.Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is feeling horribly neglected, over the past couple of years, and wants another shot at the franchise title....
I think Val Kilmer made a good Bruce Wayne, certainly more so than George Clooney (at least by his performance in Batman and Robin). But Batman Returns is my favorite of the 90s Batman films.I almost walked out on The Last Jedi. I never even bothered seeing The Rise of Skywalker because I was so fed up with that trilogy after the last one. I've written off all Star Wars films except the original three (theatrical versions only) as being a bad dream.
My dad and I laughed our way through Batman and Robin. Literally laughed out loud during the movie it was so bad.
I enjoyed Batman Forever to a degree, though nowhere near the Tim Burton films. I'd have to revisit it at some point though I really doubt it holds up in much capacity.
You did NOT type that with a straight face!So, I feel that although the prequels are bad in someways, the one way they aren't bad is that they tell their story well. George Lucas knew how to layout scenes, shots and dialogue that made sense. They never needed subsequent novels to actually paint the true picture.
George Lucas was a film student who knew his film theory and it shows.