We’ve all had the experience. We see a movie that we know is truly awful by any measurable factor, but we love it anyway. In this episode we discuss the phenomenon that makes something “so bad that it’s good”. We talk about our favorite movies that fit that description and discuss our experiences with the specific media. We also get into what makes a movie “so bad that it’s good” different from movies that are just bad or movies that you disagree with the majority about whether it is bad.
This week’s five-minute controversy asks if Roger Corman’s comments that Marvel could learn a lot about placing character before effects by watching James Cameron films have any validity.
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