Escape from LA
It's a bad film, but if you've seen its predecessor (Escape from New York), it becomes rancid.
#1081 on The Worst Movies Of All Time
The whole concept - that sex adds color to life - really makes what might have been a fun little film a detestable lecture about the horrors of early television. Maybe the generation who had survived the Great Depression and WWII needed something besides the film's implied enlightenment?
#200 on The Best Fantasy Movies
#331 on The Most Rewatchable Movies
#88 on The Best Teen Romance Moviessee more on Pleasantville
It has been told that Ralph Bakshi punched out the producer (Frank Mancuso, Jr) when he found out that both Frank and star Kim Basinger made changes in the scrip without Bakshi's knowledge. Based on the result, I wouldn't punched him out, I would've broken a chair over his head.
#349 on The Best Animated Films Ever
#99 on The Worst Comedies Ever Made
#38 on The Best Brad Pitt Moviessee more on Cool World
An atrociously arrogant film that only Robin Williams could make worse.
#317 on The Best Fantasy Movies
#158 on The Best PG-13 Drama Movies
#771 on The Best Movies of All Time
#70 on The Worst Movies Of All Timesee more on What Dreams May Come
Keep in mind that his won the Oscar - and then get very, VERY ANGRY!
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Sad attempt at reframing Pearl Harbor. With Ben Affleck defending us, you know the Japanese was going to win anyway.
#74 on The Best War Movies Eversee more on Pearl Harbor
A great cast has no script - Arnold almost steals the show as the only who has something to do. Think about it. And why does Christopher Walken look like Andrew Jackson?
#833 on The Most Rewatchable Moviessee more on Batman & Robin
This experience was so traumatic to me that I'm still trying to forget it.
#58 on The Best '80s Action Movies
#172 on The Best Fantasy Moviessee more on Conan the Destroyer