"Bad" movies you actually like


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Scarab Sages

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Speaking of absurdist comedy, anyone else ever catch Brain Donors?

It's not the Marx Brothers, but it tries pretty hard.


I remember liking it very much 20 years ago.

The Exchange

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I got around to watching "The Gorgon" (1964) I recorded off of the TCM channel. Oh boy were the special effects "special"! But Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee were awesome. I especially loved the scene where Lee slaps Richard Pasco's character. GIF-worthy.


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I'm big into old Kaiju films.

Reptilicus is the one Danish giant monster flick, has a puppet as the kaiju, it's great ^^ Gorgo is awesome. Gamera vs Gyaos is probably the best of the old Gamera flicks, though Jiger and Guiron are great monsters.


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This is a director rather than a specific movie, but am I alone in loving (most of) Roger Corman's work? Yeah, he did some stinkers -- what the heck was he thinking when he did Gas-s-s-s? But most of his movies are a delight, even when they make next to no sense whatever.

Really if you want to see a Grade-A wizard's duel, you have got to see The Raven. Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, and a young Jack Nicholson all take turns chewing the scenery, and it is glorious.

I love all the schlocky Vincent Price films! "The Horla,"* "House of Wax," "Witchfinder General,"* the "Doctor Phibes"films, I even liked "Ruddigore" (Price can't sing a darn but he's just so hammy I love him anyway!) I have playbills from plays he was in here in Los Angeles -- he had an extensive stage career in addition to his film, tv and radio work.

* Horla = aka "Diary of a Madman"
* Witchfinder General = aka "The Conqueror Worm"

I heard about his stage career, and I've seen Witchfinder General, one of the few Vincent Price films where there's NOTHING funny about his villainy. Much like the 1950's version of House of Wax, which is another great film.

I also understand that sometimes he'd go to the Hollywood wax museum where they had a figure of him. He'd get the staff to remove the figure, dress in one of his old costumes, and take its place when people came through. As soon as they'd comment on how "lifelike" he looked, he'd say something like "My dear, thank you. I think they did a wonderful job myself."

Talking about 'bad movies I liked', if I didn't mention them before, I'll include such 70's made for TV fare as Duel and the rare horror mini-series, Dark Secret of Harvest Home.


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Zeugma wrote:
I got around to watching "The Gorgon" (1964) I recorded off of the TCM channel. Oh boy were the special effects "special"! But Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee were awesome. I especially loved the scene where Lee slaps Richard Pasco's character. GIF-worthy.

I actually like that one better than some of the later Lee Dracula movies. Though nothing will ever dethrone Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires. Van Helsing and seven Chinese martial arts masters against a gang of Dracula-controlled Asian vampires and their zombie horde! The only way it could've been better would be if they'd given us Bruce Lee versus the Christopher Lee Dracula on screen.


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Super Mario Bros is the best video game adaptation I've seen and I enjoyed it unironically. People say it didn't capture the series' spirit but I feel like the movie could be that on the right drugs, which is really the only way you could make a true adaptation of Mario.


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No. Just no. One cannot unsee Sean Connery in a diaper and ponytail.


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Super Mario Bros is the best video game adaptation I've seen and I enjoyed it unironically. People say it didn't capture the series' spirit but I feel like the movie could be that on the right drugs, which is really the only way you could make a true adaptation of Mario.

Surely, the only mind-altering substance you can use for watching Super Mario is mushrooms?


Hopper was good as the T-rex ruler


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Talking about 'bad movies I liked', if I didn't mention them before, I'll include such 70's made for TV fare as Duel and the rare horror mini-series, Dark Secret of Harvest Home.

Duel? I don't think I have ever really seen that considered a "bad" movie. I mean it helped launch Stephen Spielberg's career!


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Zeugma wrote:
I love all the schlocky Vincent Price films! "

Not schlocky, nor bad at all, but I just rewatched Laura on Netflix.. Not only did I forget Vincent Price was in it, even after seeing his name in the credits when the movie was over, I wondered "where was Vincent Price?," looked it up on wikipedia and was, like, "That was him?!?"


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Zardoz

This just came up randomly in game last week. For a rare exception, one player who always gets references was the only one who didn't. He learned.

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Eric Hinkle wrote:
Zeugma wrote:
I got around to watching "The Gorgon" (1964) I recorded off of the TCM channel. Oh boy were the special effects "special"! But Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee were awesome. I especially loved the scene where Lee slaps Richard Pasco's character. GIF-worthy.
I actually like that one better than some of the later Lee Dracula movies. Though nothing will ever dethrone Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires. Van Helsing and seven Chinese martial arts masters against a gang of Dracula-controlled Asian vampires and their zombie horde! The only way it could've been better would be if they'd given us Bruce Lee versus the Christopher Lee Dracula on screen.

I need to watch that! Bruce Lee vs. Christopher Lee ought to be one of the match-ups on Epic Rap Battles of History!


MMCJawa wrote:
Eric Hinkle wrote:


Talking about 'bad movies I liked', if I didn't mention them before, I'll include such 70's made for TV fare as Duel and the rare horror mini-series, Dark Secret of Harvest Home.
Duel? I don't think I have ever really seen that considered a "bad" movie. I mean it helped launch Stephen Spielberg's career!

I've known a few people who denounced them as crap simply because they were made-for-TV movies.

Liberty's Edge

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COMMANDO

When it came out, it was actually intended to be a serious action film designed to capitalize on the current desire to see Arnie kick ass and throw out one-liners. He does both of those things in this film, a lot. A whole lot.

However, it is soooooooo bad (script, acting, special effects, stunts, continuity errors out the wazoo, etc.) that if someone from a younger generation watched this movie for the first time, I would not be surprised if they mistook it for a lampoon on the entire action movie genre.

Anyway, it's still fun to watch, but Lordamighty, it's bad.


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COMMANDO

When it came out, it was actually intended to be a serious action film designed to capitalize on the current desire to see Arnie kick ass and throw out one-liners. He does both of those things in this film, a lot. A whole lot.

However, it is soooooooo bad (script, acting, special effects, stunts, continuity errors out the wazoo, etc.) that if someone from a younger generation watched this movie for the first time, I would not be surprised if they mistook it for a lampoon on the entire action movie genre.

Anyway, it's still fun to watch, but Lordamighty, it's bad.

lol, I think the producers hired like 7 latino guys with mustaches to play all the random solider parts. There are at least 100 scenes with a guy flipping off a roof and screaming as he dies. Classic.


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See, if it's bad Arnold movies we're talking about, then I love Last Action Hero. It's awesome, and it manages to be both a typical action movie and a commentary on action movies, at the same time! I love it.


Based mostly on budget and reception, I don't know that I consider Commando or Last Action Hero "bad".

Now Hercules in New York...

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Well then neither are the transformer garbage flicks, but we know better. Commando is cheesy as hell but fun for some folks which is what the thread is about.


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The Transformers films would be sooooo much better if they were edited down about 30-45 minutes each. The last one was ridiculously bloated. I didn't even mind the obscenely obvious product placement. It was just too overstuffed with plot.

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My guilty pleasure is Howard the duck. Say what you will but it's just plain fun.


200 Motels.


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Godzilla: Final Wars
The good: Godzilla fights most of his old enemies (plus he curbstomps Zilla), we have alien hybrids who fight the monsters using big guns and wuxia style martial arts plus wacky Japanese supersubs, Captain Gordon, evil cannibalistic aliens with matter transporters and human disguises, cosmic superbeings called Keizers, the Peanuts, Mothra fighting Gigan, plus Minya shrinking down to human size.
The bad: Godzilla is imprisoned in ice at the beginning of the film so its a good while before he is woken up, so his battles with his old foes are surprisingly brief (hell Hedorah gets less screentime than Zilla does, though I enjoyed Godzilla destroying both Zilla and the Sydney Opera House) the heroes are rather bland with the notable exception of Captain Gordon, especially when compared to the over-the-top evil Kaizer. Also Minya haters will still hate him.


Final Wars is terrific for all the guys like me who grew up watching those cheesy 'old school' Godzilla movies on Saturday afternoon TV. Its madness is truly divine.


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Final Wars definitely falls in the same realm as Army of Darkness and Versus, in being driven completely by the rule of cool, which is able to compensate for shortcomings in any other area that the films might have.


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Scythia wrote:

Based mostly on budget and reception, I don't know that I consider Commando or Last Action Hero "bad".

Now Hercules in New York...

Ah, yes. "Let me show you the proper way to throw the discus." "Attaboy Hoic!" I'm not sure if it is better with or without the dubbing.


I haven't gotten around to watching Final Wars yet. I think I've got it somewhere on DVD, but there are so many old-school ones that I haven't seen yet. I feel like I should watch those first.


The two Bad Movies I liked:
Hawk the Slayer
Sword and Sorcery schlock raised to a new level.

Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death
I can't begin to describe this, except to say it was hilarious, and it shares roots with Apocalypse Now, as both were updates on the classic Heart of Darkness.


MMCJawa wrote:
Final Wars definitely falls in the same realm as Army of Darkness and Versus, in being driven completely by the rule of cool, which is able to compensate for shortcomings in any other area that the films might have.

Versus is excellent.

I aspire to run games that are as fun as that movie. :P


A whole series of bad movies that I love is The Bowery Boys films made from 1946-1958, during which time they made 48 movies. That makes them the second-longest feature film series in American history. Only the Mexican 'El Santo' movies ran longer.

The bad: These films were the definition of Poverty Row. Their plots were blatantly inspired by films made by Abbott & Costello or the Three Stooges; no surprise given that Ed Bernds (a former Stooges director) was one of their directors. They were incredibly repetitive -- at least half the movies' plot is, 'Dimwit Sach develops some weird magic power, and his friends try to exploit him to get rich'. The SFX look like they were done in a garage. The characterization is thin at best. And at least half the movies were directed by the infamous William 'One Shot' Beaudine!

The good: All that said, these films are hilarious! The boys were surprisingly good actors by this point in their careers, having been in film since 1937's Angels With Dirty Faces, capable of cranking out decent if not great films at a steady pace (again, 48 movies in four years). Besides, they had several films with killer gorillas. How can you say no to killer gorillas?

Really, if you want to see the sort of films they used to show all across the country on Saturday afternoons through the 60's and 70's, you could do a lot worse than to watch the Bowery Boys.


Jupiter Ascending.
It is a beautiful but flawed work.
The Flaw is that there was to much compressed into one film. The entire first act could and should have been its own movie.


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If you haven't watched the Screen Junkies' Honest Trailer for Jupiter Ascending...

Watch it now.

It's hilarious!


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Jupiter Ascending.
It is a beautiful but flawed work.
The Flaw is that there was to much compressed into one film. The entire first act could and should have been its own movie.

Jupiter Ascending was supposed to be a trilogy, but the studio backed out, so the directors just crammed everything into one movie.


Yet another 'it's awful but I love it' movie, The Magic Sword. I first saw this when I was about 12 or so and that was the perfect age to appreciate this piece of magnificent lunacy.

The cons:

* It's directed by Bert I. Gordon, one of the few guys who rivals Ed Wood for the title of 'worst director in Hollywood history'.

* It has Basil Rathbone as Lodac the hammiest villainous sorcerer you've ever seen. In the close-ups you can almost see the horror and disbelief in his eyes as he ponders, 'How has my career become this?'

* The knightly heroes are a bunch of stiffs, with ethnic accents that are so over the top even an old reactionary like me cringed to hear them.

The pros:

What is there to say? This is what the AD&D movies should have been! It has a two-headed fire breathing dragon done as a full-size prop, gorgeous princesses, a sexy witch who turns into a vampire(?) hag (and probably the best depiction of a Bestiary-style hag you'll ever see in a film), swordfights, evil sorcerers, horrible monsters, some genuinely grisly deaths, and truly nightmarish scenery in Lodac's castle. For a twelve-year-old boy, it's perfect.

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My guilty pleasure is Howard the duck. Say what you will but it's just plain fun.

I paid to see this TWICE when it was in theaters. It is a perfectly serviceable super hero movie...probably about the same as Green Lantern.

Of other ones mentioned, I *adore* Sucker Punch, which most people missed the point of.

Not mentioned yet is Lady in the Water, which I thought was very sweet, and holds up really well, if you're willing to buy into its premise.


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The bad: These films were the definition of Poverty Row. Their plots were blatantly inspired by films made by Abbott & Costello or the Three Stooges; no surprise given that Ed Bernds (a former Stooges director) was one of their directors. They were incredibly repetitive -- at least half the movies' plot is, 'Dimwit Sach develops some weird magic power, and his friends try to exploit him to get rich'. The SFX look like they were done in a garage. The characterization is thin at best. And at least half the movies were directed by the infamous William 'One Shot' Beaudine!

Then again, at least some of the special effects for Star Wars were shot in a parking lot... ;-)

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I saw one over the weekend.

Hardcore Henry

Why it's bad?
Its one 90 min action sequence, shot in first person, with a tiny thread of plot to follow along. Ultraviolent!

Why I liked it
Its absurd in the same way that the Raid and Crank series are. Also, Sharlto Copely is just gangbusters in any film, and this one is no exception.


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Of other ones mentioned, I *adore* Sucker Punch, which most people missed the point of.

Oh some of us totally got the point that Snyder was trying to get across, it was the execution that was problematic. I'll agree that most people missed the point though. But when most of the audience has missed the point then that goes to the fault of the filmmaker, not the audience.

EDIT: I didnt actually communicate this part but while I understand why most people DON'T like the movie, it's nowhere NEAR as bad as it's reputation. I love the LOOK of the movie, it's the narrative that can use some tweaking. All in all, not really what I'd consider a "Bad" movie. A missed opportunity but not BAD.


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Well, after today, I'm adding Alien: Covenant to my list.

I liked it, but man, is it a piece of work...


Eric Hinkle wrote:

Yet another 'it's awful but I love it' movie, The Magic Sword. I first saw this when I was about 12 or so and that was the perfect age to appreciate this piece of magnificent lunacy.

The cons:

* It's directed by Bert I. Gordon, one of the few guys who rivals Ed Wood for the title of 'worst director in Hollywood history'.

* It has Basil Rathbone as Lodac the hammiest villainous sorcerer you've ever seen. In the close-ups you can almost see the horror and disbelief in his eyes as he ponders, 'How has my career become this?'

* The knightly heroes are a bunch of stiffs, with ethnic accents that are so over the top even an old reactionary like me cringed to hear them.

The pros:

What is there to say? This is what the AD&D movies should have been! It has a two-headed fire breathing dragon done as a full-size prop, gorgeous princesses, a sexy witch who turns into a vampire(?) hag (and probably the best depiction of a Bestiary-style hag you'll ever see in a film), swordfights, evil sorcerers, horrible monsters, some genuinely grisly deaths, and truly nightmarish scenery in Lodac's castle. For a twelve-year-old boy, it's perfect.

There is also Sword and the Sorcerer. A three bladed sword that could shoot it's blades, heart ripping, four breasted naked dancer, lots of naked women and a rather fun cheesy romp.


MannyGoblin wrote:
Eric Hinkle wrote:

Yet another 'it's awful but I love it' movie, The Magic Sword. I first saw this when I was about 12 or so and that was the perfect age to appreciate this piece of magnificent lunacy.

The cons:

* It's directed by Bert I. Gordon, one of the few guys who rivals Ed Wood for the title of 'worst director in Hollywood history'.

* It has Basil Rathbone as Lodac the hammiest villainous sorcerer you've ever seen. In the close-ups you can almost see the horror and disbelief in his eyes as he ponders, 'How has my career become this?'

* The knightly heroes are a bunch of stiffs, with ethnic accents that are so over the top even an old reactionary like me cringed to hear them.

The pros:

What is there to say? This is what the AD&D movies should have been! It has a two-headed fire breathing dragon done as a full-size prop, gorgeous princesses, a sexy witch who turns into a vampire(?) hag (and probably the best depiction of a Bestiary-style hag you'll ever see in a film), swordfights, evil sorcerers, horrible monsters, some genuinely grisly deaths, and truly nightmarish scenery in Lodac's castle. For a twelve-year-old boy, it's perfect.

There is also Sword and the Sorcerer. A three bladed sword that could shoot it's blades, heart ripping, four breasted naked dancer, lots of naked women and a rather fun cheesy romp.

Darn, I missed that one.


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Well, after today, I'm adding Alien: Covenant to my list.

I liked it, but man, is it a piece of work...

Uh-oh, what's wrong with it?

I have a friend who took his teenage son to see it last weekend. He saw the original Alien back when it first came out, and was pumped about seeing this while hoping it wouldn't be "another Prometheus". I haven't heard from him in person or online since...


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Uh-oh, what's wrong with it?

As a sequel to Prometheus, it's hasty and mean-spirited.

As a prequel to Alien, it makes literally no sense.

Many of the characters suffer from plot-mandated stupidity.

There's a plot twist so unsurprising it deserves to be turned into a meme.


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Cole Deschain wrote:
Eric Hinkle wrote:
Uh-oh, what's wrong with it?

As a sequel to Prometheus, it's hasty and mean-spirited.

As a prequel to Alien, it makes literally no sense.

Many of the characters suffer from plot-mandated stupidity.

There's a plot twist so unsurprising it deserves to be turned into a meme.

I disagree with everything except for the last thing about the plot twist. Yeah saw that one coming from a LOOOOOOOOONG way off. Still didn't numb the impact of that ending though. Not for me anyway.

I'll also agree about it being mean-spirited but that's a GOOD thing from my point of view.

I had my own issues with the movie (but in hindsight, they're MY issues and have nothing to do with the decisions made by the people who crafted the movie) but those issues didn't stop me from enjoying the film.

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Bloodsport

Why is it bad: wooden 80's acting and martial arts dialogue.

Why is it good: Once you start watching it, you have to watch till the end. I know someone who was late to his own wedding. Excuse? "Bloodsport was on."


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Cole Deschain wrote:

As a sequel to Prometheus, it's hasty and mean-spirited.

As a prequel to Alien, it makes literally no sense.

Many of the characters suffer from plot-mandated stupidity.

There's a plot twist so unsurprising it deserves to be turned into a meme.

I disagree with everything except for the last thing about the plot twist

Spoiler:
How the hell does an Engineer-piloted ship end up on LV-426 with a cargo hold full of xenomorph eggs if David created the xenomorphs... after virus-bombing the engineers and then flying off on a human ship?

It makes no sense as an Alien prequel.

Spoiler:
How the hell did Shaw the biologist rebuild David's entire body to his original Weyland design specs when we last saw her with a head in a bag and an Engineer ship full of many things but not Weyland tech? Why mine Prometheus if you're just going to sweep all of its themes under the rug?

It is definitely both slipshod and nasty in its treatment of Prometheus. [spoiler]Not a comment on its treatment of Shaw- horror movies are often unkind to protagonists of prior entries- but it threw away so much of what Prometheus had going on.

As for disagreeing with characters suffering from plot-mandated stupidity... dude, almost everyone made boneheaded decisions.

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Too lazy to go back and read the whole thread, so not sure if my choices were mentioned before.

CatholicFan wrote:
See, if it's bad Arnold movies we're talking about, then I love Last Action Hero. It's awesome, and it manages to be both a typical action movie and a commentary on action movies, at the same time! I love it.

I always liked that one. When it first came out, I remember that it got panned. Apparently, people were expecting a straight action movie, and it's a parody of that, which isn't what audiences expected. But I thought it was great, even then. And the soundtrack album was awesome, too.

Water World - I know, I know. It was overpriced, oversold, and not worthy of all the hype that made it sound like the greatest epic ever made. But it wasn't nearly as bad as its critics make it out to be, either. It was a fun flick, but nothing special.

The Fifth Element - Another fun sci-fi flick that doesn't take itself too seriously. Not a great epic or anything, but a fun ride.

Superman Returns - I know some people thought they ruined the character, and were glad they ended the series after this one and started over with Man of Steel. But if you don't mind the weird family plot twist, it's a fun movie that harkens back to the first two Christopher Reeve Superman films, before those went downhill. And for the record, I hated Man of Steel.


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** spoiler omitted **

It makes no sense as an Alien prequel.

** spoiler omitted **

As for disagreeing with characters suffering from plot-mandated stupidity... dude, almost everyone made boneheaded decisions.

ALIEN COVENANT & PROMETHEUS Spoiler:
There are a full TEN YEARS between PROMETHEUS and ALIEN COVENANT. With David pretty much capable of learning the Engineers language and technology in that time what makes you think that the ship they took from the end of PROMETHEUS was the last one? Or that the Engineers killed on that planet were the last of the Engineers? Janek, near the end of PROMETHEUS, says that he thinks that the planet they were on was an installation of some kind, that if they had a weapon that they wanted to test they wouldn't test it on their own world. Do you legitimately think that they would do all of that testing on THE ONE PLANET given how easy interstellar travel is for them? Do you think that David by this time wouldn't have an idea of where those other installations ARE?

There's also this line from around minute 13 of ALIENS: "Please you're not listening to me...Kane, the crewmember...Kane, who went into that ship said he saw THOUSANDS OF EGGS there. THOUSANDS."

Is it a coincidence that he's literally absconded with about 2000 potential hosts? Who's to say he's headed toward the COVENANT'S original destination? Who's to say that the Covenant's original destination isn't actually LV-426?

We don't know because the story hasn't finished being told yet.

And as for your second point, if everyone made rational smart decisions in the face of complete horror and dire circumstance? That would be just as unbelievable and would completely yank me out of the movie as well. Not everyone is going to react like a well-oiled team of professional adventurers.

There were one or two decisions made in PROMETHEUS that were just plain DUMB and those were scientists who should have CLEARLY known better.

I've been in a club where people were being shot at and as much as you'd like to think people would react rationally, take cover try to spot the shooter and then put some distance between the shooter and themselves? That's not how it goes, people PANIC and do DUMB SH*T. I fell flat to the ground and was almost trampled to death as the crowd ran for the nearest exit. Which I found out later was directly TOWARD ONE OF THE SHOOTERS. People aren't smart, rational animals in the most realistic of situations. IN one where some really weird stuff is going on all of a sudden and they have no idea what it is or what to do? I'm guessing the horrible decision making factor goes through the roof.

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