If it weren't for your warning, "Where the Heart Is" almost sounds watchable.MovieBob said:A quick guide as to how brands have influenced movies.
I'm afraid I, Robot would win hands down with the classic scene where Will Smith puts on his Converse sneakers, including a gratuitous close up, while there's a comment on how nice they are, then just to drive the point home that this is product placement and you can buy these fabulous sneakers that Will Smith wore since the movie is set in the future, Will comes back with:pearcinator said:I thought this would be about movies with a HUGE amount of product-placement in them.
Movies like Evolution (Head & Shoulders) and countless Michael Bay movies. Should do an article about 'most annoyingly obvious product placements in movies' or something Bob.
Seriously, Scott Pilgrim isn't nearly as great as you're making it out to be. It didn't bomb because it was this amazing film that was pirated into oblivion, it bombed because it was pretentious drivel with a wooden cast and a boring-as-shit plot filled with OMGSHINEYS and Dane Cook/Jamie Kennedy-style pop-culture references. You're constant fellatio of this film is spilling all of your credibility all over the pavement, so please stop.MovieBob said:...it's really incredible that no other movie would make that seemingly obvious connection for almost three decades.
On the other side of that coin: I know you're trying very hard to forget that it existed, but the Doom film really wasn't nearly as bad as you may remember.MovieBob said:Unless I'm forgetting something else, this may in fact be the first "game-in-live-action" skit ever filmed.