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The original thread may be locked, but there will never be an end to the debate. Whether it's Battlefield Earth, Highlander II, G-Saviour or anything directed by Uwe Boll or produced by The Asylum, we'll always have our arguments over which is the worst science fiction movie of all time. To start things off, let's play a little game called Bad Movie Night, which was inspired by my own experience. Over a decade ago, my old roommate kept on telling me that Wild Wild West was the worst movie ever made. I hadn't seen the movie, but as bad as the reviews were, I disagreed with him. So we did a bad movie challenge. He had me watch Wild Wild West, while I made him watch a bad movie of my choice. I made him watch Disney's Inspector Gadget. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhC2bqVxoA4 A week later, he demanded a rematch. He had me watch I Got the Hook Up. So it was a typical rap movie, but not as bad as he said it was. And it made me feel bad because I made him watch Steel. Round 3 came, and he challenged me to watch Cyborg. At this point, I wasn't sure if he was trying at all or his movie pain threshold was just really low. Needless to say, my challenge to him for round 3 was the 1990 Captain America movie. We did one final round because he wanted me to watch The Wizard. You know, that theatrical Nintendo commercial with the Power Glove and Super Mario Bros. 3. I ended the round with Robotech II: The Sentinels. So with this in mind, if you were to challenge a friend to Bad Movie Night, what three movies would you make them watch that would guarantee you a win (provided they haven't seen them yet)? And what would you wager (whether it's a buck or a drink)?
The Rover is an Australian Dystopian film directed by David Michôd (Animal Kingdom), who co-wrote the story with Joel Edgerton (Owen Lars in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Gawain in King Arthur). The film stars Guy Pearce (Adam/Felicia in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Leonard in Memento) and Robert Pattinson (that sparking vampire-wannabe in Twilight). It made its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival last May and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD through Lionsgate Entertainment on September 23. Here's Chris Stuckmann to tell you more. Official Site Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 66% Metacritic Score: 64 out of 100