I was already watching some of his videos about (the incomparable) Bruce Lee. He has lots of people (Chuck Norris, Donnie Yen, Joe Rogan, Joe Lewis, Mike Tyson and Sugar Ray Leonard – my all-time favourite boxer) saying complimentary things about Bruce.
Beerdy says the following about himself: “I’m Beerdy. Former IFC champion and mixed marital artist” and also “I’m a professional restorer. Restoring Videos and audio”.
So I was already enjoying his stuff, and then I discovered that he also uploads videos about Terminator movies, Alien movies, and Star Trek Discovery. So that’s when I decided to subscribe.
Here is a link to a recent Beerdy video which features Bruce Lee’s mother and brother being interviewed many years ago:
There is a certain relief that comes with knowing that you have watched the worst movie ever made. I did that just recently thanks to Netflix.
The worst movie ever made is called “Left behind” and stars (if that is the right word) Nicolas Cage. It scores 3.1 on IMDB (I wish I had checked that before watching it) and 2% on Rotten Tomatoes.
It is incredible to think that Cage won the best actor oscar back in 1995. His output recently has been infamously bad.
But the premise of the movie sounded interesting (“A small group of survivors are left behind after millions of people suddenly vanish and the world is plunged into chaos and destruction”) but everything about the movie is bad, bad, bad: story; dialogue; acting; directing.
Unfortunately the lovely Lea Thompson was also involved. She was nominated for best supporting actor for “Back to the Future” back in 1985.
Now there may be moves which have a lower score on IMDB. But I find it hard to believe that any of these had the budget of this movie, or had an oscar-winning actor. Some bad movies are even enjoyable, because you know that everyone is doing their best.
So I have to thanks Netflix for giving me access to the worst movie ever, and also the worst TV show ever: “The OA“.