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Гладиатор (2000)
# 46 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Michelle Williams »
# 69 on STARmeter

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It’s often said that Hollywood is far too derivative, with just about every movie that comes out being based on an established property and with all the plots being fairly safe. But throughout film history, there have been plenty of movies with premises so absolutely insane and unique that it’s difficult to believe they really exist. You just need to know where to look for them.

Beyond just the worst movies ever made , these are the crazy films that we promise you are genuinely real — including one that just came out in 2017.

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There’s garden-variety bad. Then there’s dispiriting, enervating, “Why does fate allow this to happen, maybe the Taliban is onto something, how will I find the strength to wake up and face another day” awfulness. The 1996 abomination Theodore Rex belongs in this second category. With a budget of roughly $35 million, the film had the sad distinction of being the single most expensive direct-to-video movie to date. It has the even sadder distinction of being a film Whoopi Goldberg was forced to make after she tried to back out of an oral agreement to star in it, and was sued for $20 million.

A part of my soul died watching Theodore Rex. I entered the A.V. Club conference room brimming with hope and optimism. I exited it a hollow, dead-eyed shell of a man. What kind of God would create something like that? How am I supposed to have faith in the essential goodness of humanity when Theodore Rex screams from every frame that the universe is empty, random, and cruel?

Theodore Rex induced a profound existential crisis. I began to lose faith in bad movies. Without bad movies, what’s left? What else am I supposed to believe in? God? Country? The innocence of children? The fundamentals of our economy? The innate decency of common folk? With all due respect, those things are crap. Just kidding, God! Please don’t smite me!

Гладиатор (2000)
# 46 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Michelle Williams »
# 69 on STARmeter

Taglines | Plot Summary | Synopsis | Plot Keywords

It’s often said that Hollywood is far too derivative, with just about every movie that comes out being based on an established property and with all the plots being fairly safe. But throughout film history, there have been plenty of movies with premises so absolutely insane and unique that it’s difficult to believe they really exist. You just need to know where to look for them.

Beyond just the worst movies ever made , these are the crazy films that we promise you are genuinely real — including one that just came out in 2017.

There is perhaps no greater example of a movie title that tells you absolutely everything you need to know .  This 1977 horror film is exactly what it sounds like: in it, a demon-possessed bed consumes anyone who dares use it.

Гладиатор (2000)
# 46 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Michelle Williams »
# 69 on STARmeter

Taglines | Plot Summary | Synopsis | Plot Keywords



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