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Desc:For worst movie ever week. Poor Mel Brooks.
Category:Accidents & Explosions, Trailers
Tags:80s, Mel Brooks, solarbabies, horrible movie infinity, Worst Movie Ever Week
Submitted:Rangoon
Date:11/09/16
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fedex
Not only is this indeed terrible, but I just realized it also blatantly rips off Wang Chung's soundtrack for To Live and Die in L.A. (Friedkin,'85)

Specifically this track, "Black-Blue-White"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDEpUcnHc6M
Caminante Nocturno
This looks like the kind of movie that owes its existence to video rental stores.
Old_Zircon
I've seen this a few times.
StanleyPain
True story: this was released the same weekend as Star Trek The Voyage Home. When I went to go see that movie with my dad, there were lines literally wrapping around the theater for it and when we did finally get up front, the shows were totally sold out for that day, so we had the choice of Solarbabies or Firewalker (that Chuck Norris movie). We saw Solarbabies.

IN retrospect, the film wasn't really *that* bad by the standards of the time, but it wasn't particularly well made. It seemed to have trouble finding a consistent tone. Looking back, it's really amazing just how many Mad Max-esque, post-apoc type movies were being released in the 80s. My local video store at the time (this was *just* before the age of the big, corporate, chain video stores) actually had an entire section just devoted to the genre.
StanleyPain
On a side-note, I totally forgot Alexei Sayle was in this.

Old_Zircon
" just how many Mad Max-esque, post-apoc type movies were being released in the 80s. "



Reagan.

That guy
This also has Jamie Gertz, so, there.

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