Sometimes you can learn more from a bad movie than a good one. And certain atrocious films have become cultural touchstones, influencing generations of creators and spawning endless memes. So here are 10 really awful science fiction and fantasy movies that everybody should watch at least once.
Happy Independence Day! There are many reasons to celebrate America. And then, there's our tendency to borrow other people's stuff. Sometimes when Americans remake foreign properties, it turns out okay, like Let Me In. But often... not. Here are the dozen worst attempts to remake foreign TV shows and films.
Let's just forget that we all agreed to pretend Dragonball: Evolution never happened for a few minutes and check out Cinema Sins' attempt to summarize what's wrong with this live action adaptation of Dragonball.
"America's worst insult to Japanese culture since Hiroshima" might be going a bit far, but otherwise Screen Junkies' Honest Trailer treatment of the abysmal Dragonball Evolution is spot-on.
Hollywood's take on Dragon Ball sucked. Sucked badly. If you thought that, you were not alone. Dragon Ball's creator Akira Toriyama wasn't thrilled either.
Movie listing site IMDB has a new page for a Dragon Ball reboot, which is worrying for fans of the anime, manga and video games. Remember what Hollywood did to Dragon Ball the last time?
Japan loves Dragonball. Japan loves the PSP. Japan does not love PSP title Dragonball Evolution.
IF you thought the screenshots of the PSP video game based on the live-action catastrophe Dragonball Evolution were bad, wait until you see the game in motion.
Dragonball's anime to silver screen transition looks... rough. Not that the source material was that spectacular to begin with, but it's sure to send fans into a frenzy. How bout the movie-based video game?