The 24-Hour Terrible Comedies Marathon
The reviews have come trickling in, and people aren't really connecting with Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways To Die In The West. In fact, it just might be one of the worst film comedies ever made. Which means something special: it's not enough to be so unfunny that you make such a hypothetical list. You must also have a uniquely bad movie, a movie that's terrible in new and unusual ways. MacFarlane's latest, a goofy anachronistic western, certainly fits that criteria.
So we figured we'd sit down and compile some of the worst comedies ever made in order to see them all in an unforgettable 24 Hour Bad Comedies Marathon. This list will surely push your standards and test your limits, and it should come in neatly as a noon-to-noon full programming with no breaks. Are you ready for something awful? Feel free to remind us of any bad movies we may have missed.
Master Of DisguiseSadly, a failed heart bypass surgery kept Dana Carvey out of the limelight in the prime years of his career. Only when he was healthy did he return to films, getting an assist from producer Adam Sandler for this paper-thin premise. Carvey stars as Pistachio Disguisey, the youngest in a long line of impersonators skilled enough to save the world. Master Of Disguise is very much a movie made for children, though it contains impersonations of people and characters like Scarface, Quint from Jaws and Bo Derek. Best to start mercifully, since this thing runs a measly 79 minutes even with endless credit outtakes.
This article was first published on May 30, 2014 and was last updated on June 16, 2014.
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