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Best Worst Movie (2009)

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10/10: A Funny, Touching, and Surprising...
Saturday, November 14, 2009

A Funny, Touching, and Surprising Experience Just returned from seeing this at the Denver-Starz Film Festival and I must say that I was pleasantly surprised.First let me say that I went to see this movie on a whim as I was actually at the Metro State campus (where the film festival is located) for a live music event that took place later.OK back to the film.You don't need to see Troll 2 to appreciate this movie as enough (but not too much) of the original is contained in this documentary to give you an idea of how bad it is.One of the elements that makes this movie good is that except for the beginning there is no off screen narrator. Titles let you know who is speaking and where the and the characters on screen are currently. The actors and dialog carry us almost seamlessly from place to place and fill us in on...

9/10: Saw a screening of this...
Saturday, April 25, 2009

Saw a screening of this in Boston tonight! "Best Worst Movie" is a very well done film and lives up to its hype. Nearly every actor from "Troll 2" makes an appearance, minus Deborah Reed, Troll 2's vegetarian villain from hell. But Michael Stephenson was there to answer questions and he said that she is in the DVD extras. If you had to say there's a "star" of the documentary would have to be the extremely likable Dr. George Hardy who played the role of the father in Troll 2. We were fortunate enough to also be graced by his presence at the screening as he too took questions from the audience. He was a great choice as the primary focus of the documentary. He comes off as very genuine as the sheltered Alabama Dentist he is today embracing the cult film hero he has become.One thing I was surprised about was the movie doesn't show...

5/10: I got really sick of...
Monday, December 27, 2010

I got really sick of the "hospitality" line Best Worst Movie is a documentary about the people who made the movie Troll 2, and the fans who love it. Troll 2 is a ridiculous movie and is considered one of the worst ever made. It is pointed out numerous times that every aspect of the film was poorly done--the story, the acting, the effects, not to mention that it is NOT an official sequel to the first movie, Troll, or that there are no Trolls in the movie.The documentary was done by the actor who played the central character in the movie, Joshua. He connects with most of the cast members to discuss what directions their lives have taken, giving most of the screen time to the actor who played the dad (he has a successful dental practice). Friends and family continually praise this guy, George Hardy, as being one of the nicest people you'll ever meet...

7/10: Now I really want to...
Thursday, July 26, 2012

Now I really want to see the worst movie ever made. Mismarketed as a documentary that seeks to deduce how bad movies get made, "Best Worst Movie" spotlights the cultural impact of "Troll 2", widely considered the worst movie ever made. The principal cast of "Troll 2" were either too young or too inexperienced to realize they were making such a hilariously bad flick. And you can't help but feel sorry for these people as they describe having to come to grips with their involvement in said debacle, back in 1989. But that sympathy doesn't last ling, as they grow to embrace their ironic fame. The funniest parts of "Best Worst Movie" (aside from clips of "Troll 2") are the raucous crowds at the revival screenings, and the cast's own reenactments of the best (worst) scenes from the movie. What's staggering is that the director has no idea he made a terrifically terrible movie. To him...

6/10: loving and revealing, but disappointingly...
Monday, May 18, 2009

loving and revealing, but disappointingly episodic In which the wholesome child actor at the fulcrum of the awesomely cruddy "Troll 2" constructs a documentary around the timeless question of how the hell the movie happened in the first place, and what cultural aftermath lay strewn in its wake. Repeated theatrical revivals of this direct-to-video nonpareil leave its jes-folks stars grinning in utter incomprehension at its rabid cult, and its asocial creep director wondering why everyone is laughing at the serious parts. There's a lot of fun to be had in watching the actors - who are basically normal everyday crazy people, two decades out of the limelight - engage with the phenomenon that this film has become, and starstruck dentist George Hardy is a nice focal point for the project. Unfortunately the film struggles to interweave his story with the other, equally endearing characters . Grandpa Robert Ormsby and the profoundly weird Don Packard could carry whole subplots by...

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