"Escape from New York": The Greatest Movie Ever?
Movies today are far too serious. Scripts and screenplays are written with the utmost attention to detail, leaving out any possible plot holes, character flaws or conundrums. These are bad movies, and they can be very entertaining without being good. Movies like "The Terminator", "Phantoms" or "Texas Chainsaw Massacre". Movies that are inspiring and imaginative, in spite of obvious flaws, that add an element of cultic humour. One of my favourite film makers to this day is John Carpenter, who I find is an excellent example of a professional bad movie maker.
Through deliberate acts of satir…
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