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Offline kiwi.mike

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Just watched the documentary Best Worst Movie
« on: November 02, 2013, 03:24:07 AM »
It was made by the guy who played the kid in Troll 2 and is about the making of the film. Definitely recommend it to fans of the riff. It was interesting that most of the actors have a pretty good perspective on it now, they can have a laugh about it.
The actors who played the family said they would go through the script together and try to figure out what it meant but couldn't.
The director still feels like he made a great movie which I think is partly what made it great for Rifftrax.


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Re: Just watched the documentary Best Worst Movie
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2013, 10:13:31 PM »
The best part for me was watching the director blowing up with rage as the actors crapped on the movie during a Q and A.  He completely believes that he made a masterpiece that the actors and the American audience simply don't understand.  He might be more deluded than Wiseau.
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Re: Just watched the documentary Best Worst Movie
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2013, 05:09:29 PM »
Thought it was funny when someone asked him why there were no Trolls in Troll 2 and he looked really confused. His wife?/Producer? had to lean over and whisper to him "we called them goblins". He seemed to just shrug it off, like what does it matter. That's just the kind of attitude and attention to detail that helped make the film what it is.