never enough: more bad movies
I've been reminded of some horrid movies that I left off of the "Enough" post last night. I mean, what kind of worst movie list would be complete without Glitter?
For those who wrote in asking why Showgirls wasn't on the list, it's for a very good reason. While the acting was bad, the plot was thin and the dialogue made me want to go deaf, there were some great soft-core scenes in that movie that makes it worth watching again and again. Same with Crash.
I also hated Welcome to the Dollhouse and just about every fake documentary about small hick towns they show on IFC where the kids are all huffing glue and the parents look like alcoholism wore them down when they were fifteen.
I despised Kids as well as Arthur. In fact, I hate anything with Dudley Moore.
Plan 9 From Outerspace should never, ever be on anyone's worst list just for the cheese factor alone. If it was good enough for MST3K, it's good enough for me.
Oh, how could I possibly forget not only the worst musical ever made, but the worst idea for a movie ever - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band starring The BeeGees. Awful. Just....awful.
As for Doom Generation, I liked it enough that I own it on DVD. I found it disturblingly odd, yet fascinating.
To the person who had the gall to write me to complain that Donnie Darko should be on my worst list, I say you probably would like a movie that co-stars Pauly Shore and Carrot Top.
And just for the record, I liked the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Movie. The first one, at least.