Worst Movie Night

September 28, 2007

Journal, Lloyd

Last Tuesday was bad movie night. We’ve seen some bad movies in the past, but this month’s really takes the cake. We’ve become pretty good judges of bad movies over the last few years, and I think we can say with a fair degree of certainty that this movie really went above and beyond our expectations.

Surely dragons pulverizing LA would be good...

Poor acting, plot holes you could drive a dragon through, dialog written by middle schoolers (or, more likely, translated from Korean by middle schoolers). And I’m not talking about the geeky middle school boys who, as we all know, would most likely come up with a reasonable script. It’s like they gave the movie to the Middle School football team and had them write the dialog. Even the title was messed up. Depending on the trailer/poster you see the movie was either Dragon Wars or D-War.

But we went out to dinner after the movie and had another thanksgiving dinner that couldn’t be beat. So it all ended up okay in the end.

Rib Ranch != Famous Dave's

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Lloyd Sommerer is a middle/high school teacher who likes to build websites, read books, grow beards, make fun of Lauren’s prototypes and eat the sauce of the picante.

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11 Responses to “Worst Movie Night”

  1. Cousin Sam Said on:

    This is a request from Fat Cousin Sam -- I’m on a diet; No more “good” food pictures. Glad you went to that movie, I was thinking about wastine a babysitter on it.


  2. Annette Said on:

    MMMMMMMMMMM… Famous Dave’s??? You must have been at SouthPointe!


  3. Brad Said on:

    When I saw the previews for that movie I wondered how it even made it to the theaters. It looks perfectly awful. An excellent choice for BMN.


  4. Peggy Said on:

    So you really do try to pick a bad movie? Why? Are you not allowed to see good ones?


  5. Karla Said on:

    Did you have shovels and rake and implements of destruction?


  6. Alice Said on:

    And please tell me you did not leave one of those pieces of paper at the bottom of the pile again!!!


  7. Lloyd Said on:

    I’m so glad we didn’t run into officer Obie this time.


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