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Carol's Second Act (2019)
This show is absolute trash. The writing is some of the worst I've ever seen in a sitcom and I've always liked Patricia Heaton but she has nothing to work with here, including the script but also perhaps the worst supporting cast of all time. Truly horribly bad. This show has to get 110% better just to get a passing grade. That's right, it's currently at negative 60%
I thought this movie was quite bad. Not nearly enough entertainment in a full length movie. Guess I shouldn't be surprised since I have never found Aubrey Plaza's schtick even remotely funny.
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)
This movie is great! Great, great, great! My favourite Gary Cooper film and tied for his best performance, with High Noon. Fantastic old flick.
Fighting Caravans (1931)
Young Cooper, But Boring
This was a pretty boring very old movie with some odd comic relief characters who are like drunk hillbillies. Interesting for big fans of Gary Cooper but ultimately a pretty forgettable movie. Better than some, worse than some.
Decent Old Flick
When a reporter is accused of theft she becomes a maid to the wealthy. But when she later needs to convince them that she is in fact a reporter they don't believer her, and she's in a sticky situation with underhanded elements. Some decent songs and a predictable, silly story with OK acting. Worth watching if you like these old slapstick movies.
Dibley Defrocked (2004)
Decent but Short
This is a decent short look at The Vicar of Dibley and its cast members but it is so short that they don't really spend a decent amount of time on any of it. It just whips by. Pleasant and quick, but possibly too quick and thin on subject matter.
The Real Vicars of Dibley (2002)
Good Short Documentary for Fans
This is a good short program talking about The Vicar of Dibley and including some of the cast. People who weren't fans of the show probably won't get too much out of it, but this program obviously isn't for them!
Game of Thrones: The Iron Throne (2019)
This episode is a total turkey. Easily the worst part of easily the worst season of what was once a great show. Proof that the writers are haplessly and amateurishly groping their way through the dark without George R. R. Martin's brilliant source material. An absolute, abject failure, with no apparent excuse other than these two hacks REALLY wanted to quickly move on to whatever Star Wars project it is they've been invited to make, which I fear they will also ruin.
The story was way too rushed, the characters and their decisions make almost no sense whatsoever, and in the end everything and everyone ends up in a pretty stupid place.
A total failure and well deserving of being on so many "Worst Finale Ever!" lists, though I'm not sure it's the absolute worst.
What a disappointing shame.
Murder in Harlem (1935)
Entertaining Race-Based Mystery
This is a good story with surprisingly good acting in it. A black night watchman finds the body of a white woman, and after he reports it he becomes a suspect in her murder. Not the best mystery ever but a good one for its time.
You people suck butt. This is one of the very worst finales of any show I've ever seen, period. After nine years of dragging on a story about love and magic and destiny you throw it all out the window and try to have it both ways, which just ruins everything.
Forget all the years of character development for Barney, he inexplicably goes back to being a cartoonish pervert.
Robin ditches her friends and lives a lonely, career-driven life.
Ted's romantic story ends up being a manipulative, long-winded bag of nothing in which the mother gets almost no play, and in fact ends up being nothing but a plot device in the real story of Ted wanting to hook up with Robin still? He tells his own children this, in an effort to win their approval for him to ask her out? And none of them show even the slightest bit of emotion over the mother DYING?
What the fresh hell is this turd and curse the amateurish writers who pooped it out onto a script for us.
I never loved this show, basically just binge watched it on Netflix as something harmless that wouldn't require too much investment or thinking, and even I am very disappointed in how badly it ended.
How to Get Girls (2017)
This is an awful movie. The jokes have all already been recycled a million times, the acting is terrible, the writing/story is awful, there is just nothing that makes this movie worth watching. Chris Elliott being in this bumps it up to a 3/10 otherwise I'd give this a 1.
The Interview (2014)
If it wasn't for the whole North Korean hacking story, this movie probably would have fizzled and then been completely forgotten. It's quite simply not funny. The premise is decent but all we get are the same Franco and Rogen airhead characters and pot jokes. Yawn.
The Night Before (2015)
This movie fails at being a good movie and also fails at being funny. They're trying very, very hard to get laughs but it just comes off as desperate. Also they borrow from a lot of previous movies, and the whole Seth Rogen/pothead thing is just tiring at this point. Something different or at least some fresh and funny jokes would be nice.
How I Met Your Mother (2005)
Predictable sitcom garbage loaded with catchphrase-spewing one dimensional characters. Two stars because at least it's better than According to Jim, and I like the cast in this (other than Ted) - they just have very little to work with.
La terre outragée (2011)
This is a decent drama revolving around a woman whose life is totally upended on her wedding day, which happens to be the day of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and meltdown. Some very good acting.
Zero Hour: Disaster at Chernobyl (2004)
It is not super in depth but for a short documentary it does a good job.
Hudson & Rex (2019)
Please Just Stop
An incredibly annoying and stupid detective works with a super smart German shepherd dog to solve crimes that anyone with an IQ above three has solved in the first two minutes of each episode. Complete with predictably lame dog jokes (HAHA HE'S EATING THE PERSON'S FOOD!), the worst acting and the worst writing I've seen in a while. Canadian TV shows actually can be good, why do so many of them suck so much?
E ba (1975)
Average 1970s Hong Kong Action Movie
This is an average 1970s action movie from Hong Kong. The video and especially sound quality is not very good, but the acting is average. The story is basic but effective. The action scenes are well done.
This movie is probably exactly what you expect. Poorly produced, zero budget and zero quality production, video and sound. Zero acting ability. Zero writing. The thing is I usually love these movies but they are trying way to hard to INTENTIONALLY be bad and funny which actually ruins the entire vibe. A movie about a serial killer who is chemically mutated into a poo monster? Awesome. But when they start jamming in all kinds of poo jokes and "hey isn't this ridiculous and funny?" moments and people mugging for the camera, it's just not worth watching.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1929)
I thought this was a very interesting short. Good quality picture and sound for the age of it, it is obviously well preserved. It's nice to see and hear the voice of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I had no idea he was so interested in supernatural arts.
I liked the other review here but you saw a ten minute version? The one I saw was just over two minutes.
Fun but Bad
It is everything you would expect from a low budget 1980s movie about aliens that look like Bigfoot. Ridiculous fun, cheap effects and costumes, terrible writing, screaming. It's fun though! A real cheese fest.
The Karate Kid (2010)
It's Like the Original, Except with No "Karate", and Everyone - Including the Audience - Wants to Punch the "Kid"
Take the original classic film "Karate Kid". Replace beloved actor Pat Morita with still beloved Jackie Chan. Unfortunately this remake will still be far too good.
So next, replace Ralph Macchio with a blatant nepotism hire. How about Will Smith's son, who has never demonstrated any discernible acting talent whatsoever? He can mug-face his way through every scene with the emotional depth on a kumquat. Need him to be hurt about his dead dad? He can say he's sad. Need him to be angry? He can talk with a bit more volume. Need him to take his jacket off and on again a hundred times? He can do that too! This "karate kid" oozes versatility.
Also let's make the movie more than two and a half hours long for no reason other than to include several montages of ridiculous training. Definitely Jackie Chan should take Jaden Smith to the Great Wall of China at least five times to run around on it, because there are no stairs to exercise on in Beijing. It was very nice of all the tourists and locals to stay away from the Great Wall to allow this child to train for his local karate (er, kung fu) contest.
We for sure need Jackie to take Jaden to a mystical mountain so he can drink magic karate juice (er, kung fu juice) from a ying/yang bowl, and watch a woman taunt a snake on the side of a mountain, because that's how you learn something something chi.
Let's also give this kung fu only "karate kid" an American friend immediately upon landing in China (where Jaden's on screen mom made him more for the super good reason of having a better life in a dumpy apartment with no hot water, but let's not get hung up on her because she's pretty much never around except to yell "pick up your jacket" five or six times. This American friend should be bilingual, speak up for Jaden when the bullies show up (again, no motivation for them is required), and then completely disappear from the movie until the end when he is sitting with Jaden's mom in the karate (er, kung fu) tournament audience for some reason.
When his leg gets broken, his mom should wander into the medical room very late, after the doctor is finished his examination and doctoring, then leave after about ten seconds of worrying, then sit back in the audience even though her son's leg is badly injured and she doesn't think he'll be fighting any more, but then when she sees him fighting again, and get his leg BROKEN, all she should do is cheer her head off with apparently zero concern for her stupid kung fu doing Karate Kid.
Also Jaden needs a romantic interest. How about a girl who plays violin who he also meets immediately after arriving at his new apartment, who conveniently speaks perfect English, and who is not put off at all by the fact that Jaden is a gigantic loser who shoots a basketball with the grace of a spastic koala and gets beaten down at ping-pong by a 98 year old man in a stained white undershirt he apparently took off a dead man.
We also need a bad guy, but unlike the original movie where he gets screen time and, you know, a NAME, let's just have him be a jerk who's mean to Jaden and likes to hurt kids for, I guess, reasons.
This movie is now terrible enough to be a modern Hollywood remake. But just to make sure it's a total dud, let's also give it a really awful soundtrack. Who can we get to provide some of the music? Oh I know, how about also Jaden Smith! His dad was the Fresh Prince, so obviously he, at the age of 12 or whatever, must have the innate chops to write and perform some really great tunes.
The story is the same as Karate Kid. New kid in town, bullies don't like him, the nice Chinese man (who eats with chopsticks covered in fly guts) rescues him and trains him by having him do a stupid chore then enters him without asking in a karate (er, kung fu) tournament. Stupid training for a few days or forever (it's hard to tell) then they go to the tournament where there are millions of dollars worth of screens and graphics and raving fans. Then just like in the first movie the Karate Kid who does kung fu only somehow has picked up the ancient art of looking at his final opponent with hypnotic snake eyes to entrance him.
The only really disappointing part, other than the entire stupid movie, is that after this Karate Kid wins the karate (er, kung fu) tournament on a broken leg with nothing other than sheer determination (and the aid of wires and CGI), instead of the nameless Bad Guy fighting Jackie Chan and getting his butt kicked (which is a great part of the original movie because it showed that Morita was a great fighter who simply had been choosing not to fight because of the strength of his character), all we get is him making a "no way!" disappointed face after his kid loses the tournament.
Too Much Hate
It took her forever to make this but the hate on these pages is just way too strong. It could be better but come on, 1.3 out of 10? That's much too harsh. This deserves at least a mid level mark. I'm giving it a 10 (I think that's way too high but I'm hoping to at least start to even out these much too harsh ratings of 1). This should be rated somewhere between 4-6, I would say. The production value is good and Anita is a decent host for the show. The research seems incomplete and she doesn't do a great job presenting the other side of things, but I think a lot of the hate here is just from people who disagree with her (for the record I do as well on many of her points), and I think this super low rating is much too harsh.
Who Are These People?
And why should I or anyone care how they think we should eat our Reese peanut butter cups? And what's up with the weird sounds, why would we want to hear that noise? Get these people away from me and off my computer right now!
Sasquatch Hunters (2005)
Worst CGI Ever, But (Unintiontionally) Funny!
The CGI in this movie is laughably bad. Like made on someone's computer at home, and it jumps and has fuzzy edges and just looks terrible. But at least the movie moves along and is entertaining. Many bad movies are just BAD, this is one of the bad movies that is actually bearable because it's bad but still entertaining. There are parts, mostly the CGI but also some of the terrible plot holes (nobody realizes these "ape like bones" could be a bigfoot?) and dialogue and some shall we politely say "less than professional acting". If you're into sasquatch movies, like I am, it's definitely worth checking out. Most people can skip this unless you're really into watching bad cheesy movies to laugh at them with your friends, and don't mind fast forwarding through the longer chunks with no funnies in them :)