kalel wrote:I don't think I'd be spoiling much by revealing that such trivial details barely register in a masterpiece like this.
Besides, the annoyance of a gender faux-pas is nothing compared to when the supreme leader realises their invasion of Earth has been foiled by Charles Hawtrey.
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MrSemprini 9,372 posts
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whatfruit 1,284 posts
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Where does Chuck Norris's Missing in Action 2 stand in all this?
It is an abomination of a movie with wooden acting, terrible dialouge ("I step on necks"), editing inconsistencies, it includes one of cinema's crappest tourture scenes (taking his trousers off in the square) but all these elements combine and percolate creating the zenith of Chuck Norris's acting career.
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Outlaw with Danny Dyer = hilarity.
DFawkes 22,587 posts
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The Room could be considered so bad it's good I suppose. Lots of stories about it too, like the Director insisting the comedy is intentional despite the cast disagreeing. At the very least check out clips on YouTube.
I'd kick the living daylights out of the producers of Tipping Point - Ghandi