The Fifty Worst Films of All Time (And How They Got That Way)

The Fifty Worst Films of All Time And How They Got That Way The Fifty Worst Films of All Time And How They Got That Way

  • Title: The Fifty Worst Films of All Time (And How They Got That Way)
  • Author: Harry Medved
  • ISBN: 9780445041394
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Fifty Worst Films of All Time And How They Got That Way

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    1. Lots of us grew up watching laughably bad movies on late night television back in the sixties and seventies, but I suppose it was really the publication of this book in 1978 which began to articulate bad movie fandom in a way which would eventually lead to the popularity of Mystery Science Theater (a show I never got into as I prefer to watch the movies in their original form). This book was largely the work of a very young Harry Medved, with assistance from Randy Dreyfuss. Harry’s brother Mic [...]

    2. Ten percent of viewers watch stock car races for the winning and not the wrecks; the rest of us are endlessly fascinated by books like this. Really bad movies transcend genre, era, director, actor, or writer to achieve an awe-inspiring attraction of their own, beyond what bad television shows(quickly canceled), music (erased from iTunes), or books (easily abandoned in mid stream) can achieve. Kept in our seats by the price of the ticket and the limited time commitment, bad movies are more memora [...]

    3. I am like many people in that I am occasionally drawn to watching a really bad movie. Whether the poor quality is due to a ridiculous plot, bad dialog, lousy special effects, absurd costumes or some combination of two or more of them, I love to groan and snicker. While there is room for argument concerning the actual list of fifty, these movies have all earned their position in this book.They are not all movies shot on a shoestring budget with unknown actors. Stars such as Clark Gable, John Wayn [...]

    4. A good intro to some of the vintage "so bad it's good movies", e.g. "Robot Monster" and "Rat Phink A Boo Boo".

    5. Another great contribution to the Golden Turkey series. I like the structure of this more, as it adds further detail.

    6. Well researched and cleverly written. Has a ton of background info on 50 movies that are so bad that they must be seen. Excellent companion book to the Golden Turkeys Awards.

    7. this book is hilarious! I don't always agree with their choices, but the reviews really make their case. Some of the lines from the worst movies are priceless.

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