120 examples of Abominable in a sentence
I think we should be a bit more willing, perhaps, to look at the beautiful sight of the sunlight bursting out from behind the clouds and go, "Wait a minute, that's two cats dancing the salsa!" (Laughter) (Applause) Or seeing the big, white, puffy one up there over the shopping center looks like the
Snowman going to rob a bank.
(with audible "pops" between scenes)and awesomely amateurish, "Flesh" requires a lot of patience to sit through and will probably turn off most viewers; but the dialogue rings amazingly true and Joe Dallesandro, who exposes his body in almost every scene, also gives an utterly convincing performance.
It's incredible how a movie can take so much time and effort and still end up being
The writer's and director's brains must have been fried eggs to ever have concocted something as
This remake is
Hahahahahahahaha... Really, this movie is just abominable, even by Troma's standards.
piece of trash that the director and/or producer should be ashamed to put their name on.
Based on actual events of 1905, silent film THE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN concerns an Imperial Russian ship on which
conditions lead to a mutiny.
Think of what its director, William Wyler, faced; in the aftermath of a military victory over statist powers who had committed
crimes and engulfed the world if battles, he was making a film that argued that the US's leaders were themselves profoundly anti-individual--that they had "wasted the best years of the lives of those drafted or misled into fighting the war--which since it ignored the rights of individuals had been for nothing except argument over the degree of slavery men were to exist under."
This mindset is becoming increasingly dominant in all arenas; even the once-hallowed print medium is being diluted, thanks to the
reader response" theory that pervades our schools and the "tabloid brigade" that lines our magazine racks whose mentality appears to be infiltrating the once-venerable mainstream press.
Sure, this flick is pure dreck, but it has a certain endearingly
quality to it that in turn makes it a great deal of so-awful-it's-awesome Grade Z fun for hardcore aficionados of bad fright fare.
Very bad but watchable science fiction film that suffers from
special effects, poor acting, and a ridiculous story.
Ah yez, the Sci Fi Channel produces Yeti another
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However just when they think their luck couldn't get any worse they soon discover that a huge, hairy Yeti type
Snowman creature wants to kill & eat them all.
The acting herein is about as
as the monster stalking them, although the monster itself is quite well done...impressively well done, at that.
The acting of the entire cast is abominable, even though there are a few respected names involved.
I'd give it a 3 out of 10, and the rating is only that high because I rented the
movie" Werewolf (1996) the night before I saw this movie.
Certainly one of the dozen or so worst movies ever released in any form, featuring a bizarrely
performance by Rain Joan of Arc Phoenix (River's sister, inevitably), as Bonanza Jellybean plus inconceivably awful voiceover narration by Tom Robbins, the author of the novel, which had/retains its peculiar sweet/loopy charms.
The screenplay is weak and the acting, especially that of Tracey Pollan is
Edward G. Robinson is ultimately impressive in his last role and there's a great (but too modest) supportive role for Joseph Cotton ("Baron Blood", "The
While stuck-up snobby fright film fans may hold their noses at the perfectly putrid stench of this admittedly smelly schlock, devout TV trash lovers should deem this endearingly
offal the boob tube equivalent to Alpo.
The juvenile behavior of the crew, particularly IN THE MIDDLE OF THE MISSION, was
This is an absolutely
Good actors are fed into the maw of the mincing machine of this
script like world war one infantry into the teeth of German machine guns.
It takes something "Jurassic-ly
and monstrous for me to get up and walk out of the theater room and you know, Pluto Nash did just that.
Class actor and horror veteran Joseph Cotton ("Baron Blood", "The
Dr. Phibes", "Island of the Fishmen") is totally wasted in the role of obnoxious attorney.
His collection of pitiful friends and his materialist lifestyle are even more pathetic than his
anger at everything and everyone.
Rather, it seemed to want to be a version of the far-superior "The Fog" (1980--not to be confused with its
wanna-be 2005 version).
This film is