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1 Greatest bad movies on Wed Mar 01 2017, 23:00

such as this:

or this: 

Both are bloody bad awful movies, with a strong message they are just fun to watch and troll x'3 remember the democrats keep slave chains and the Christmas tree is actually a crucifix

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2 Re: Greatest bad movies on Wed Mar 01 2017, 23:00

please feel free to ask any questions :3

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3 Re: Greatest bad movies on Fri Mar 03 2017, 03:45

OK different kind of "Greatest Bad Movies" Than I thought XD.
When I saw the title of this post I instantly thought of the 1950's and 1960's B movies. Some of which are now cult classics.
I myself confess to actually liking "The Brain that Wouldn't Die". It's one of my really bad taste addictions.

But OK let's review these "nuggets" Dark found first.
Let's start with some critiques of the movies I pulled from the web as I have not seen them myself.

Hillaries America….

A series of conspiratorial talking points familiar to Breitbart-oriented readers, but reshuffled in a new, startlingly illogical order.
Vadim Rizov

D'Souza makes a mistake by devoting so much of the movie to his Alternative History of America, the one in which slavery somehow becomes a liberal sin

Owen Gleiberman

…..Saving Christmas…..

"Saving Christmas" is little more than a screed delivered by Kirk Cameron scorning everyone who doesn't celebrate the season as ostentatiously as he does, justifying his attitude with bits and pieces gleaned from the Bible, delivered in the most self-righteous manner imaginable. The result is perhaps the only Christmas movie I can think of, especially of the religious-themed variety, that seems to flat-out endorse materialism, greed and outright gluttony.

Peter Sobczynski

Hmmmm, OK, that's pretty… damning actually.
Can anyone who has actually seen these movies tell me if those comments are accurate?
If so we might have found movies that "Out B" the B movies XD

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