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Should have never been...
Topic by: Ursus
Posted: June 11, 2006 - 7:34 PM PDT
Last Reply: June 12, 2006 - 10:32 AM PDT

author topic: Should have never been...
post #1  on June 11, 2006 - 7:34 PM PDT  
Movies you wish had never been made; that is the topic of this post. As sure as there are a myriad of movies we wish hadn't been made, we have just as many reasons as to why we wish they hadn't seen the light of day.

Street Fighter: The Movie

Besides being a TOTAL piece of crap, it was the last (if memory serves) movie that Raul Julia made before his death from a stroke resultant from cancer complications.

The man died with that hunk of shite as his last movie with no way to redeem himself. A great actor to be forever haunted by the looming shadow, of the steaming pile that is Street Fighter.
post #2  on June 11, 2006 - 7:58 PM PDT  
That poor man took whatever acting job he could do at the end to leave some wealth for his loved ones. Laurence Olivier did the same I recall... To wish that Street Fighter had never been made would have meant wishing one less paycheck for a worthy man who struggled to do whatever he could. That sounds kinda petty to me...

Let's honor the man for being an artist and a professional, even in something like Street Fighter. Raul Julia deserves no less.

If you need to condemn, there are plenty of craven money-grubbing movies made by people who were perfectly healthy, but too lazy and greedy to come up with something original or interesting. Pointless sequels like Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle and Speed 2: Cruise Control come to mind.
post #3  on June 12, 2006 - 10:32 AM PDT  
Too True. Still, one would hope to go with a bang and not a whimper. But, we all must do what we must.

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