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Willem Dafoe is *always* a win."The Fountain" is a massively under-appreciated masterpiece.
I guess its just not for everyone . Ive tried to watch it when it came out and did not liked it. Execution felt bad but main idea is great
Showgirl is like The Room, you only watch it to bath yourself in the horror that it is. 👀
The first Mortal Kombat movie was amazing. i never saw event horizon.
You actually showed the scene from Basic Instinct.
John Carter failed because it was a copy of the 1931 original that left out the epic elements of the 1931 original. And because the CGI looked like my fever hallucinations after drinking half a litre of turned milk in the lonely glow of a midnight refrigerator
Event Horizon flopped because it was marketed as sci-fi, but is a rightfully R-rated horror movie which happens to be set in space. As a horror movie, it's fantastic - literally creepy as hell - as a sci-fi movie it'll leave people either disappointed or sleepless... ;-)
I LOVED John Carter. There. I said it.
Cult is supposed to be a movie u can see over and over again how is heavens gate and the fountain on here
John Carter was a weird one for me because it was the film that taught me you’re not allowed to enjoy movies that critics hated. I thought it was fun and visually enjoyable, and even low looking back with a better knowledge of film and a lower opinion of critics, I can see why it was technically bad, but I still enjoy it because people can have different opinions. I wouldn’t do a thesis on it, but I’d happily rewatch it on a rainy day.
The ultimate box office failure but massive cult success predates these by many years - Powell & Pressberger's 'A Matter of Life and Death' starring David Niven. Ignored by audiences and panned by critics despite the groundbreaking effects for the time, it is now considered an absolute classic. Would you also believe that Christmas favourite 'A Wonderful Life' also flopped at the box office?
John Carter is no cult classic
Dredd 3D? Where is it?
Rotten tomatoes are not always right in their respective reviews. Same goes when I watch anime like a weeb and I read the comments. I always watch something that's intriguing to me and I'll watch then form my own opinion. Crazy idea right?
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Boondock Saints was stupid. Then and Now.
I love Boondok Saints and John Carter!!
Secondhand Lions was overlooked until it reached home video. It is an absolute gem of a movie. The poorly done trailer is much to blame for the movie's initial lack of success. On the other hand, Beethoven (1992) was a rather absurd movie that did poorly in theaters, but went on to break home video sales records upon its release to VHS.
John Carter was great , actually don’t know anyone who thought it was shite
Bro... Had to pause the video after boondocks. Isn't this almost exactly what's going on with the Joker movie?
And in the end I'm left in Nilbog. Awesome... Rofl
Awesome to see so many fans of John Carter :)
I love event horizon, the boondocks saints, and John Carter
How about Wizards (1977)?
Event Horizon is excellent! I liked The Fountain as well. It was trippy but beautiful, visually. Also, Trainspotting, Empire Records, Cube, SLC Punk!, Jawbreaker (only made $3 mil on a $35 mil budget), & Requiem for a Dream (didn't even make 2x the budget). John Carter looks interesting but I must have missed all reference to it over the years. I've heard the name, but didn't know anything about the actual movie.
LOVE Boondock Saints. I've seen it at least half a dozen times. It's fucking hilarious.
I absolutely loved John Carter
No mention of the original cult classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Mother is a good movie, it will be on a list like this in the future.
showgirls is not erotic and is an unintentional comedy rather than a drama
natural born killers was a bad film .Cynical with no likable characters.Everyone was sick and venal .Robert Downey was probably doing serious drugs while making this turd and acting and plot were replaced with lots of people shouting and killing eachother.The valid points it tried to make were lost under a pile of bleak cynical brutality.I cant watch this film and all the top notch cast go over the top and to the bottom of the barrel
Couldn't watch Natural Born Killers... Not even once. Lasted maybe 10 minutes before I turned it off.
When did showgirl get a cult following
Dune and John Carter were terrible, especially if you are a fan of the books they are vaguely supposedly based on. Lynch's Dune should have gotten than 1% or less on RT. Here's to hoping that the Denis Villeneuve Dune film will bury the memory of the Abomination as deeply as it should be.
DREDD failed at the box office, but has a cult status!
@Jeff N Demolition man was a political satire borrowing from Huxley's Brave New World which I liked.
@Ian Brown I don't disagree that Dredd is a good movie, but mark my words, people are going to be talking about 'every restaraunt is Taco Bell' for decades.
@Jeff N DREDD aficionados would disagree. A bit like 'A day at Black Rock' which is so good it is a cult classic; almost a Cohen bros movie! The Stallone movie is that bad it's good and may become a cult movie on those grounds.
@Ian Brown I think it's the opposite for cult classic status. When you think of which one would you want to show your grandkids in 20 years, it's going to be the Stallone version. It has all that idiocracy stuff as well as campy fight scenes and outfits. The new one is just a good adventure movie with cool special effects, but not really something that's going to stand the test of time.
@Jeff N The new one has developed a following because it outclassed the Stallone travesty.
Forgot “Tenacious D: The pick of destiny”.Love the movie and also the series
7:35 this is what we all need
Yeah I thought john carter was pretty good too.
The Room cost $6 million? HOW?!
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How in the bloody hell can you do a list of cult classics and not include the Rocky Horror Picture Show?
I hate that Boondock Saints is so popular . One of the worst, sloppiest, and poorly acted movies Ive ever seen
Showgirls is definitely one of my favs
You really need to see Birdemic 1 & 2. "Birdemic - Shock and Terror" is beautifully inept. Makes The Room look like a well thought out romantic drama. Everything about this film is bad, but it doesn't know it's bad, which is its best quality. It is oblivious to how unintentionally funny it is. "Birdemic 2 - The Resurrection" is shorter, but even more bonkers in its premise, dialogue and truly awful CGI. I nearly wet myself at one point and I can't breathe when I watch these two films as a double bill (3 hrs total). Please look these up. They're amazing!
what about john carpenters the thingcarl urbans dredd or blade runner allbox office flops that went on to beconsidered cinematic classics afterhome release
I watched John Carter when I was stoned out of my mind, thought it was pretty good... then again though, I was stoned out of my mind.
"Blade Runner"(1982)"Somewhere in Time"(1980)"The Last Starfighter"(1984)"Enemy Mine"(1985)"Buckaroo Banzai Adventures across the 8th Dimension"(1984)"Xanadu"(1980)"Fantasia"(1940)-seriously...this was a complete flop when it premiered.
I like mother! But I Deff understand why people reacted to it the way it did lol
The music in Dune was freakin awesome, if needed a bigger budget for sure.
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.