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6 millions on The Room?That makes it a so bad it's bad movie... not a so bad it's good... also the movie in boring as hell.
Where is Rocky Horror? 🤔🤔🤔
3 ads for 12 min vid no thanks
Why is The Road to El Dorado not on this list?
oh man Dune, i still have its CD. and John Carter! i can watch it over, and over, and over, pretty much like Prince of Persia.
I adored John Carter.
Somewhere In Time. There is an annual convention for fans at Mackinac Island.
Surprised Shawshank didn't make the list.
I was just out of high school in The boondocks scenes came out and I was working at Blockbuster and I remember the week before the movie launch my bosses tell him he's like yeah there's this great movie I want you to watch it's going to be here in a week and I got a feeling it's going to sell outthe movie was The boondock saints and I'm proud to say that I still have that VHS
I don't know if Dazed And Confused flopped, but it DEFINITELY gained new life via home video. AWESOME movie!!
You mean the room isn't #1? Oh
Some of these make no sense. Movies like Boondock Saints aren't even odd movies, just a really really good movie.
Where's alita battle angel
John Carter was brilliant
The room won the 2003 Audience Award.
Event Horizon was some seriously scary shit. I still watch it when it comes around on NetFlix.
Big trouble in little China!!!!!
I did not hit her, I did not. Oh, hi Mark.
Also, Matilda is arguably one of the most notable cult classics of all time thanks to millennials' constant obsession with VHS rentals and replays. It didn't do well at the box office but it's become such a staple of everyone's childhood since its release that it's basically a cinematic icon at this point
Looking at the comments I had no idea so many other people also loved John Carter, I saw it in theaters and thought it was great and never understood why it was panned during its initial release. It seems like it's becoming Disney's live-action equivalent of Atlantis: a grand sci-fi epic that flopped at the box office but is since gaining the appreciation it should have received when it was in theaters. Good. I hope Andrew Stanton gets wind of it since I thought he did a wonderful job on the film and he deserves to know that there is an audience who loves it
Fight Club and Blade Runner??
I love Event Horizon and John Carter. Both are great movies.
I've sorta gotten into liking & defending movies everyone else loathes, but we have a problem these days - just what IS a "cult movie"?Make no mistake; studios continue to make garbage that will almost always has a few devotees groove to. "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is a grand example of this. But do cult films REALLY exist anymore? The 'gold standard", I guess, is during the heyday of "drive-in" or "midnight movies". You HAD to seek them out. Even if it was inconvenient to do so. And they either had to be truly challenging artistically ("Once Upon a Time in America") or completely unaware that it was crap (you mentioned "The Room" & that's a good start, but the it also is just a starting point) from the get-go. The reason we remember filmmakers like Ed Wood will be around until there's no one left to watch the movies themselves is simple. He loved movies & went out to make them.Never mind that anyone could've told him he wasn't as great as he thought he was, the dude had a vision & just thought everything he made was a masterpiece. But Hollywood productions (even "serious" movies) cost so much that there's no room anymore for daring shite & no way one can get it shown on a proper big screen. You can find them somewhere on line, but how are you supposed to monetize them? It's now down to pluck & tenacity. Ever wonder how "Monty Python's Life of Brian" was made? Major studios even then weren't too keen on gambling a lot of money on a "niche market" & it took the lads getting the opportunity to pitch the idea to the late George Harrison. HE thought it was good enough to mortgage property for it. If BMI had its way, you'd not have ever seen it.
I liked jc and showgirls loved Elizabeth burkley in saved by the bell so showing my age teens wet dream
Number 8 the boondock saints is my favorite movie of all time. Because of all the things you listed. Favorite line from the movie is. Is it dead? Second favorite is.Well it certainly illustrates the diversity of the word.
EVENT HORIZON IMHO deserves the number one spot on this list.
Have always loved Dune.
Jim Henson's Labyrinth is also a failed movie that became a cult classic
Troll 2 is amazing.
Blockbuster isn't dead, there's still one left.
Sorry, David Lynch's adaptation of Dune was just the bare bones of the novel... Imho SyFy's mini-series was much better and more faithful to the source.
I would put Jupiter Ascending on the list
Dune the mini series is way better than the movie
John Carter is an awesome movie because it epitomes what an entertaining movie is all about. Humor, adventure, doesn't take a brain surgeon to understand it, easy to watch and enjoy. A movie is supposed to be entertainment after all. Along the same lines i have loved Waterworld and Boondock Saints1 & 2.Dune was awesome, despite being somewhat icky. Price of Persia is entertaining too.I DON'T GIVE A SHIT ABOUT WHAT THE ROTTEN IDIOTIC TOMATOES SAY. i HAVE LOVED WATCHING MOVIES SINCE I CAN REMEMBER. i HAVE WATCHED MOVIES OVER A 12 TIMES IN MY LIFETIME, AS OPPOSED TO PEOPLE LIKE MY LATE FATHER, WHO WOULD WATCH A MOVIE ONCE AND RESPOND AS "meh, it was ok". ALWAYS THE SAME LUKEWARM RESPONSE. tHAT'S WHAT THE ROTTEN TOMATOES ARE. STOP LISTENING TO THEM PEOPLE AND START LISTENING TO PEOPLE WHO LOVE MOVIES.
Showgirls got me through puberty 😂😂 🤷🏽♂️
I may be one of the few that loved ‘mother!’
John carpenter's the thing did horrible in theaters
Love troll 2! Bwahahaha!............ Ok thats all
I think you missed ‘once upon a time in america’. When originally released, it bombed. 4 hour movie that was ordered to be cut to 2 hours. Sergio leoni had created a masterpiece only to have it cut by Hollywood to 2 hours. Years later I caught in on tv. Couldn’t stop watching. Looked it up on IMDb and the rating sucked. I couldn’t believe it. Found out the rating was mostly based on the original release. Well...15 years later it’s now an 8.4 on IMDb and ranks as one of the top movies of all times. Incredible cast.
I didn’t know that natural born killers didn’t do well in the box office. I remember there was tons of hype about the movie and it was hugely popular at the time. I consider it one of the quintessential 90’s movies.
Disney abandoned John Carter before it was even released. No promotions, hardly any trailer presence. My Dad had the books along with Edgar Ryce Buroughs' other run away hit, Tarzan. My daughters and I went to see it at the theater.we were met with a full house of eighty plus year olds that waited their whole lives to see John Carter go to the big screen, I would have loved to take my Dad, too, but he was very sick and frail and in a lot of pain. It seemed to come out of nowhere. We learned shortly after he was suffering from stage four lung cancer. We got to see it with him at home before he left us, along with the greatest Tarzan of all, Johnny Weismuller, in the original movie on DVDs. It is a cherished memory in the midst of some of the greatest heartbreak of our lives. But, Disney, should be ashamed of the treatment they gave that movie, they guaranteed it would fail, it's a mind boggling decision.
Boondock Saints and John Carter were great!
I enjoyed boondock saints
*GASP* that anyone would call these movies bad is appalling
Natural Born Killers is overrated. Terrible film.
8:33 thank me later
Rip walking dead comic
I loved John carter and sad they didn’t make the sequel And also VERY surprised boondock saints basically got shot down cuz it’s amazing! (And lets be honest Norman is EVERYTHING 🤤)Shows how much critics know!
along with Showgirls you have to include Striptease
John Carter was late to the party. It was criticized for ripping off other movies, but those who read the books knew that John Carter was what was ripped off for all those other movies.
MR. Jingles. By far the best "so shit it is good" film I have ever seen. Highly suggest it.
Natural Born killers was a terrible movie anybody who thinks otherwise probably should stop watching movies.
I guess The Lone Ranger & Jack Frost 2 were not listed... 🤭
event horizon was so good! the tension build up was insane
Event Horizon was horrible on so many levels
i liked all of the movies listed expect for Show Girls. But most men probably loved that one. you missed a movie. Frankenhooker. I love that movie.Especially the exploding hooker scene.
Troll 2 my good sir!!!
If they had just called it Princess of Mars it would have done better.
The Boondock Saints! I loved that film.
Surprised to see the Boondock Saints on here! It's easily one of my favorite movies
I only heard of 4 of these movies
Natural Born Killers is an absolutely beautiful movie😍
The Fountain became a cult classic???? That was the stupidest film ever made!
It’s fucking ridiculous that RUclip has to sell out so badly. I mean how many fucking commercials do you need to advertise in order to succeed after you sell personal information? I mean you can’t be in that much debt. When you have so many commercials during the video that you forget what the video was about then you might want to lay off your crooked crony capitalism. Someone get this bitch(RUclip) to the bank because she needs a reality check.
I really want to visit England, we can drink and argue over how to pronounce Tomatoes, any takers?
Labyrinth with Bowie????
Troll 2, brings back memory's...;)
Plan 9 From Outer Space?Clash of the Titans?Evil Dead Trilogy (Especially Evil Dead 2)?Anyway, Show Girls had a lot of fans when it came out, too. At least in my age group in Sweden =D Like most Verhoeven films, it's full of hyperbole - critics hated Show Girls because of the heavy sexuality themes from top to bottom, mainly.