Best Worst Movie

DVD - 2010
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Best Worst Movie
In 1989, a group of unknown Utah actors starred in what would be crowned the worst movie of all time: Troll 2. Now, after two decades of running from this cinematic disaster, the cast can no longer hide from the legion of followers who celebrate them for their ineptitude.

Published: [United States] : New Video Group, 2010.
ISBN: 9781422993934
Branch Call Number: DVD 791.4301 BES
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (98 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in.


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Mar 18, 2015
  • Bazooka_Joe rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

So, let me get this right - The 1989 garbage-movie called Troll 2 was such a putrid piece of trash that (get this) 20 years later (out of some weird compulsion, or whatever) another garbage-movie was made called Best Worst Movie and this piece of rubbish was made specifically to tell us all just how really terrible Troll 2 was...... Duh. Yeah. Yeah. I get the message. OK!!?? Sheesh! Like, give me a break, already!

And, with that said, I ask you - Why-oh-why do so many fans of bad movies seem to endlessly wallow and persistently marvel at such movie-ineptitude as trash like Troll 2, anyways? Eh? Why?

And if that wasn't inexplicably stupid enough - When it came to Best Worst Movie, as a movie, in and of itself - I'm tellin' ya - If one more, just one more, person/actor/whoever in this dismal excuse for a movie raved just one more time about what a terrific/wonderful/swell guy that actor/dentist George Hardy was (like, even Hardy's ex-wife got into the act. sheesh!) I think that I surely would've puked my guts out right there on the spot. I really would've.

It seemed to me that far too much of Best Worst Movie's running time was utterly wasted away in an inane attempt to firmly establish Hardy as the best "gosh-darn" guy (next to Jesus Christ, of course) ever to walk on the face of this here planet Earth. Golly-Gee.

All of this senseless and annoying praise and gushing over Hardy really put me off, big time. Like, was this all really necessary? In my opinion, all of this nonsense only succeeded in making Hardy (in my eyes) out to be an even bigger arse than he probably was.

And, unfortunately, because Hardy was such an integral part of Best Worst Movie's production I found it near impossible to even slightly enjoy this truly stupid movie for what it was (or what it wasn't) worth.... So, there.

Jan 06, 2015
  • Chapel_Hill_KenMc rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

This is a fascinating, funny, and sometimes poignantly sad documentary about how a very bad Z-grade sci-fi movie found a new lease on life as a cult favorite, widely revered for its awfulness.


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