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The Apple (1980)
on Monday, November 19, 2012
It's the bizarre cult classic The Apple, a gay sci-fi biblical musical allegory directed by the future producer of Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. It's the far-flung year of 1994, where society is ruled by a fascist, totalitarian record label called BIM, and the only ones who can liberate humanity are two virginal folk singers from Canada.
Cherry 2000 (1987)
“This episode, it’s Cherry 2000, a 1987 sci-fi action flick about a man who breaks his robot wife, and hires a redheaded Melanie Griffith to head into the desert wastelands to find him an exact duplicate. If you think the synopsis sounds ridiculous, wait until you actually see it.”Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991)
In the distant future of 1996, a biker named Harley Davidson (Mickey Rourke) and a cowboy named the Marlboro Man (Don Johnson) team up to rob a bank's armored car, but instead end up with a huge stash of a designer drug called "Crystal Dream". Now they're on the run from a corrupt, criminal, murderous bank CEO, also known as "a bank CEO".American Cyborg: Steel Warrior (1993)
Cecil reviews yet another in a long line of awesome post-apocalyptic action flicks!Masters of the Universe (1987)
“Break out your action figures, and settle in for pure ‘80s awesomeness! Long before the horrendous Transformers movies, there was Masters of the Universe, a live action movie that adapted a toy/cartoon series, and actually did it right! Sure, it may be just another fish out of water story, and there may be a few too many new characters, but overall the film delivers. Sword battles, weird creatures, and a 22 year old Courtney Cox? Sign me up!”Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)
“I’m really annoyed at how this movie is making me question the competence of every single human being in the universe.”Spice World (1997)
Watch as the Spice Girls revive a kid from a coma, help deliver a baby, encounter aliens, and talk various celebrities who all should have known better (including Elton John, Bob Hoskins, Elvis Costello, and Hugh Laurie) into making cameos!
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