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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.
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".Toomorrow (1970)
“You know how Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is this really insane, nonsensical, and totally brainless movie musical featuring great Beatles songs performed badly? Remove the words “great” and “Beatles” from the previous sentence, and you’re getting close to a description of this movie.”2019, After the Fall of New York (1983)
Cecil reviews another of his favorite post-apocalyptic flicks, a cheesy Franco-Italian cash-in on Escape from New York. After a nuclear war, the entire human race is rendered sterile. It's up to a mercenary named Parsifal (not a typo) to infiltrate the ruins of New York City and find the last fertile woman on earth.Leprechaun in Space (1997)
The Leprechaun (Warwick Davis) is on a remote planet trying to woo an alien princess and become king, but a less-than-elite team of space marines arrives to stop him. With plenty of homages to Alien and Aliens, this movie is ridiculously over the top, but what were you expecting from the title?America 3000 (1986)
A post-apocalyptic film from Cannon Films? Yes, please!Dune (1984)
“A textbook example of how not to turn a novel into a movie.”
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