This is not your typical movie review site. Hidden inside is a treasure trove of some of the most vile, ridiculous, wastes of time on the planet. To view these will automatically make you an outcast in your circle of friends.
However, with your sense of humor set on "random" and "confusion," the cheese factor of the high-rated movies on this site will leave you in absolute stitches. Don't look for great directing, acting, dialogue, etc. The higher the rating, the better the overall experience is had; basically, you will have fun watching it as a goofy example of a good movie gone terribly, terribly wrong. It is a good idea to view some of these movies with a group of buddies on a whim to fully enjoy the round table laughter that will erupt occasionally; just don't make it seem like you're watching said flicks to be serious.
But be warned. Whereas the movies with high ratings on this site are bad but fun, the ones with the lowest ratings represent some of the most evil, vomit inducing, insomnia cures ever. These movies will probably make you mad; not only because you wasted money and time on them, but realizing that someone was paid to make them. Watch only if your stomach is strong and your will is iron.
First, to get a good idea how we come about our ratings, check out the "About Us" section, down below our bios.
The ratings scale starts at NO, meaning those movies should be avoided like a leper with pneumonia. Following NO, the rating continues with a 0 to 10 scale. Anything above a 7 or so should be considered safe, but you should always read the "Final Word" at the bottom of the review page. Thrown in the middle are various tidbits and lines that are found in the movie; they are in chronological order, so you can follow along and try to find all the references we threw in. Use the "Printer Friendly Version" button to create an instantly printable sing-along page that you can watch the movie with. Take it with you on your next trip home and show your mom! She'll be so excited!
Also, there is a checklist; usually stuff like plot, editing, script are checked off in this to indicate whether or not to expect a real story, a bit of acting or two, or if anything makes any damn sense (usually, not so much.) These checkpoints are to get a quick overview of the core of the movie and if it's well made (hahahahahhahahahah). One such checkmark is the heralded "Uppercut," which Fox has been looking for one for years in our selection of pain. As of 3/17/07, we have found one (actually, 20!) in Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood!
Final note: Every once in a while we'll get a bug up our watoosie to check out a legit movie and throw it up here. It's not the typical way of doing business, but hey, whose site is this anyway? Wanna fight about it? Just remember, though, at one point the older movies that end up here at one point were up to date and current masterpieces. I mean Snuff had picket lines for crying out loud.