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2012-02-20 08:09:42 AM  
Every face punch in Road House. Pain don't hurt

Vein don't spurt.
 
2012-02-20 08:15:40 AM  
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2012-02-20 08:48:04 AM  
I didn't realize how much violence there was in that movie. Yikes.
 
2012-02-20 09:48:31 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I didn't realize how much violence there was in that movie. Yikes.


I just saw this movie for the first time a couple weeks or so ago. I remember seeing the trailers for it as a kid and I just assumed it was another lame 1980's action flick but it's surprisingly farked up.
 
2012-02-20 10:36:15 AM  
Do not eat the big white mint.
 
2012-02-20 10:56:21 AM  
that movie (and it's star) did not hold up well after 30 years. it was schlocky at the time, but it doesn't even warrant 'so bad it's good' repeat viewings.
 
2012-02-20 11:49:55 AM  

calbert: that movie (and it's star) did not hold up well after 30 years. it was schlocky at the time, but it doesn't even warrant 'so bad it's good' repeat viewings.


Well, the scenes with Sunshine Parker hold up pretty well:

Emmett: It ain't the money ya understand, but if I don't charge ya somethin' the Presbyterians around here are likely to pray for my ruination. How does a hundred dollars a month strike ya?
Dalton: Fine.
Emmett: Can ya afford that much?
Dalton: If it keeps you in the good graces of the church.
Emmett: Ain't it peculiar how money seems to do that very thing?
 
2012-02-20 12:01:06 PM  

calbert: that movie (and it's star) did not hold up well after 30 years. it was schlocky at the time, but it doesn't even warrant 'so bad it's good' repeat viewings.


4/10. You're off to a promising start, now you just gotta keep building it up.

/greatest ass-in-the-sunlight shot EVAR
//RIP Swayze
 
2012-02-20 12:11:09 PM  

chemrebel: calbert: that movie (and it's star) did not hold up well after 30 years. it was schlocky at the time, but it doesn't even warrant 'so bad it's good' repeat viewings.

4/10. You're off to a promising start, now you just gotta keep building it up.

/greatest ass-in-the-sunlight shot EVAR
//RIP Swayze


I'm not trolling, this is just a dumb movie. If it was a bad movie, that would make it enjoyable. this is just a dumb movie.

'300' is a bad, homo-erotic movie.
'Road House' is a dumb, homo-erotic movie.
 
2012-02-20 12:50:39 PM  

calbert: '300' is a bad, homo-erotic movie.
'Road House' is a dumb, homo-erotic movie.


What's top gun?
 
2012-02-20 01:03:54 PM  

vudukungfu: calbert: '300' is a bad, homo-erotic movie.
'Road House' is a dumb, homo-erotic movie.

What's top gun?


bad HE movie. cheesy bad, well worth watching multiple times, holds up well after 30 years for the camp value. also, had better music than anything that was in in Road House.
 
2012-02-20 02:02:08 PM  
Road House is, like, the Citizen Kane of Bad Movies: It's So fantastically stupid and cheesy, and most in it are blithely unaware of just how bad it is.

The beauty in it's badness is how the bad acting, implausible story, and stupid plot combine to make a craptasmic film that should be appreciated in how, during the production of this film, pretty much every bad decision that could be made was, from the writers, editors, actors, editors, etc. But these bad decisions create a harmony that must be celebrated!
 
2012-02-20 02:14:18 PM  

BeatrixK: Road House is, like, the Citizen Kane of Bad Movies: It's So fantastically stupid and cheesy, and most in it are blithely unaware of just how bad it is.

The beauty in it's badness is how the bad acting, implausible story, and stupid plot combine to make a craptasmic film that should be appreciated in how, during the production of this film, pretty much every bad decision that could be made was, from the writers, editors, actors, editors, etc. But these bad decisions create a harmony that must be celebrated!


If you were talking about 80s camp classics such as Howard the Duck, Xanadau, Garbage Pail Kids, or even Cocktail, I'd agree with you.
 
2012-02-20 02:28:32 PM  
Someone spent way to much time in their parents basement editing that together.
 
2012-02-20 02:49:15 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-02-20 03:58:42 PM  
a day without violence is like a day without sunshine.
 
2012-02-20 04:49:43 PM  
Who among us can remember the emotion and intensity when one who was fighting with Patrick Swayze said this: follow the hyperlink. (new window)
 
2012-02-20 06:07:58 PM  
I love how punches in the '80s sound like a 2x4 being snapped in half.
 
2012-02-20 06:11:39 PM  
3StratMan:

This is the only reason I know anything about Road House.
 
2012-02-20 06:38:54 PM  
Came for the Family Guy reference.... ahhhhh
 
2012-02-20 06:46:57 PM  

calbert: vudukungfu: calbert: '300' is a bad, homo-erotic movie.
'Road House' is a dumb, homo-erotic movie.

What's top gun?

bad HE movie. cheesy bad, well worth watching multiple times, holds up well after 30 years for the camp value. also, had better music than anything that was in in Road House.


Sorry. The correct answer is "THAT'S a GAY Movie!"
/butt thanks for playing.
 
2012-02-20 07:03:10 PM  

Dialectic: Who among us can remember the emotion and intensity when one who was fighting with Patrick Swayze said this: follow the hyperlink. (new window)


Bad guy: "I'm going to perform some surgery. with Doctor Smith and Doctor Wesson.
Dalton: No. I think Doctor Block and Doctor Hand will perform.
 
2012-02-20 07:20:51 PM  

calbert: that movie (and it's star) did not hold up well after 30 years. it was schlocky at the time, but it doesn't even warrant 'so bad it's good' repeat viewings.


wrong.
 
2012-02-20 07:32:58 PM  
I just assumed it was another lame 1980's action flick but it's surprisingly farked up.

I was always creeped out by that uber bad-guy's-son and his longing eye contact as Dalton leaves Red's auto parts store - that plus the part where he proudly exclaims, "I used to fark guys like you in prison!!"... Uh, yeah... you might not want to go spreading that one around...
 
2012-02-20 07:34:39 PM  

calbert: that movie (and it's star) did not hold up well after 30 years. it was schlocky at the time, but it doesn't even warrant 'so bad it's good' repeat viewings.


Uh, no.
 
2012-02-20 08:19:47 PM  
I thought the video clip would be longer.
 
2012-02-20 09:28:45 PM  
It's a classic Western movie.

Give 'em all cowboy hats and change the kung-fu into Colts and the plot is the same as every mid-grade Western ever made.
 
2012-02-20 09:37:46 PM  
i counted about 48...
 
2012-02-20 10:02:19 PM  
Ain't got time to bleed?
 
2012-02-20 10:54:25 PM  

BeatrixK: Road House is, like, the Citizen Kane of Bad Movies: It's So fantastically stupid and cheesy, and most in it are blithely unaware of just how bad it is.

The beauty in it's badness is how the bad acting, implausible story, and stupid plot combine to make a craptasmic film that should be appreciated in how, during the production of this film, pretty much every bad decision that could be made was, from the writers, editors, actors, editors, etc. But these bad decisions create a harmony that must be celebrated!


This bears repeating. I think everybody involved knew perfectly well that they were making a bad movie masterpiece, and endeavored it to fill it with as much bad movie awesomeness as possible.

I also suspect that more than a few of those folks were just drinking buddies of Swayze's.
 
2012-02-20 11:55:44 PM  

WestHamHooligan: i counted about 48...


48 broken hands... Not shown
 
2012-02-21 12:48:34 AM  
All real fights go to the ground.
 
2012-02-21 06:49:36 AM  
The first hour was okay. Firmly in enjoyable cheesy action movie territory. But from the moment Swayze tackles the butthole off the bike, climactic battle included, Road House was offensively stupid.
 
2012-02-21 09:44:25 AM  

calbert: BeatrixK: Road House is, like, the Citizen Kane of Bad Movies: It's So fantastically stupid and cheesy, and most in it are blithely unaware of just how bad it is.

The beauty in it's badness is how the bad acting, implausible story, and stupid plot combine to make a craptasmic film that should be appreciated in how, during the production of this film, pretty much every bad decision that could be made was, from the writers, editors, actors, editors, etc. But these bad decisions create a harmony that must be celebrated!

If you were talking about 80s camp classics such as Howard the Duck, Xanadau, Garbage Pail Kids, or even Cocktail, I'd agree with you.


OK, saying you liked Xanadu makes it clear you are, in fact, trolling. No human being could possible have liked that movie.
 
2012-02-21 12:12:24 PM  

BeatrixK: The beauty in it's badness is how the bad acting, implausible story,


Implausible true story. Well, implausible partially true story.

And, I don't care what anyone says, "I used to fark guys like you in prison" needs to be in the Eastwood Schwarzenegger Willis Museum of Awesome Movie One-Liners.
 
2012-02-21 08:28:08 PM  
My bro once used that line, and now I know where he got it.

/CBS
 
2012-02-21 09:03:27 PM  
"Leaded or unleaded?"

The, "things I learned from Roadhouse" thread on IMDb is hysterical.
 
2012-02-22 06:27:14 PM  

BeatrixK: Road House is, like, the Citizen Kane of Bad Movies: It's So fantastically stupid and cheesy, and most in it are blithely unaware of just how bad it is.

The beauty in it's badness is how the bad acting, implausible story, and stupid plot combine to make a craptasmic film that should be appreciated in how, during the production of this film, pretty much every bad decision that could be made was, from the writers, editors, actors, editors, etc. But these bad decisions create a harmony that must be celebrated!


It does have good music.
 
2012-02-22 06:31:59 PM  

Dialectic: Who among us can remember the emotion and intensity when one who was fighting with Patrick Swayze said this: follow the hyperlink. (new window)


Where did the log come from @1:30 of the video?
 
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