The sucky sequel strikes again!
The original Zoolander was laugh-out-loud funny and had a coherent plot, albeit an absurd one. Zoolander 2 has none of those things. Even achieving the all-time highest recorded SSCPMM (Star-Studded Cameos Per Movie Minute) doesn't help save this cinematic sinking ship.
Speaking of light-hearted stuff like ships sinking, this movie kicks off with a building collapse resulting in numerous deaths, a murder by semi-automatic machine gun and eventually works in a child sacrifice ritual and a fun visit to the burn ward. LOL! Comedy.
Join us as we discuss the clear overreach in jurisdiction by Interpol's Fashion Police division, recruit a member of Hansel's vast orgy crew for our own personal orgy and make sense of Kristen Wiig's worst supporting actress Razzie Award for her role as Alexanya Atoz.
Gooby is by far the most nonsensical movie this podcast has ever encountered.
This 2009 Canadian motion picture is about a boy named Willy (slang for "weiner") who suffers from hallucinations, looks exactly like Winona Ryder, has parents who clearly despise him, and has a not-so-imaginary friend in the form of a seriously grotesque, frumpy giant bear-thing. And that's just the tip of the iceberg!
So hop in your space kart, cancel your Baltimore business trip, and grab a handful of Canadian cookies as we try to make sense of this absolute mess of a movie.
That's right! Speed 2. As in the sequel to the 1994 mega-hit Speed.
This sequel has all the key ingredients of the original except instead of focusing on a bus that's forced to move fast or else it'll explode, this movie takes place on a cruise ship that's NOT rigged to blow and that moves very, very, very slow...and even comes to a complete stop! Oh, and Keanu Reeves isn't in it. But other than that, it's exactly like the original that you know and love.
Join us as we try to unravel the logistics of contracting copper poisoning from computer waves, the reason why this movie is so damn focused on Sandra Bullock's character trying to pass her driver's exam, the exact meaning of "ship-shopping" and the untold story of the villain's day-to-day corporate grind as a cruise ship software developer.
Special thanks to Owen Geoghegan for picking this week's bad movie!!
WWSYDHT presents a very special "Best Of" compilation!
Join us for bad movie highlights across space and time. From prehistoric film flops of Flintstones: Viva Rock Vegas to the slapstick 60's of Grease 2, all the way into the lackluster space age future of Pluto Nash and many, many more.
Twenty-nine times we've watched so that you don't have to, so settle in for just a few of our favorite moments so far!
Bust out the kleenexes cause this episode we're watching the second installment of the childhood tearjerker The Fox and the Hound!
Tune in as we solve the mystery of where puppies come from, hypothesize about Copper and Tod's lost teenage years, and expand the listener's horizons with a little lesson on the lesser-known "midquel." Plus there's plenty of G-rated rump-shaking and oh so many country songs to share.
Adam Sandler fulfills a childhood dream by playing Cowboys and Indians with his pals and manages to offend everyone along the way! It's the Netflix-only release of the "comedy" western The Ridiculous 6!
Tune in as we hatch a plot to get into the Happy Madison movie-making party gang, reveal what all the actresses Adam Sandler casts in his movies have in common, and decide once and for all whether we're Team Edward or Team Jacob.
What’s more badass than a biker gang, cooler than a rock star and sexier than a supermodel? A magician, duh! At least that’s what the Now You See Me franchise seems to believe.
Join us as we debunk this dumbfounding sequel filled with illogical plot twists and unbelievable “magical” stunts. Tune in to find out how long Mark Ruffalo’s dad can hold his breath underwater, why Harry Potter looks so damn tired in this movie and learn how to crack an FBI case using pigeon facial recognition.
Hey look at that! It’s a movie on Netflix starring Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville. And it’s new. That could be good. Or at least funny! WRONG. Trust us. We watched so you don’t have to!
Skiptrace is like Rush Hour. Except swap comic relief police officer Chris Tucker for a not quite likable cowboy, gambler, grifter played by Johnny Knoxville. And then water down all the cool action scenes. And remove the funny parts. And make the plot incomprehensible. That’s Skiptrace! Tune in to find out just how wacky and messed up this movie really is. Plus you’ll find out the meaning of “horse apples” and “ding-ding.” And you’ll even get to hear Jackie Chan singing an Adele song. For real.
How do you take a horror novel from the genre’s preeminent author and turn it into an accidental comedy? Dreamcatcher, that’s how!
This 2003 movie based on the 2001 Stephen King novel of the same name is one weird, wild ride. Join us as we try to piece together the individual life cycles of an alien race and attempt to decode the movie’s secret made up language that includes slang terms like clinker, thumper, fuckaroo, jobba-nobba, SSDD and so many other interesting gems. Oh and we end up having to talk about poop monsters quite a bit. We promise it was unavoidable given the movie’s plot.
You really do not want to miss this episode of We Watch So You Don’t Have To!