All of us have grown up in the entertainment era, where movies and series have marked, to a greater or lesser extent, our childhood.
There are children’s movies that we watched so many times as kids that we ended up making the VHS heads call for early retirement.
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Those movies fascinated us and made us dream of distant worlds or the craziest adventures. And those effects? Wow, what the heck so realistic. Well, time does not forgive and many of those films have accused him very badly, and not only in terms of effects and design.
Today, at Hobby Consolas, we review 10 movies that we loved when we were little, but that time has treated very badly.
The movies we are going to talk about are:
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In the eyes of a child Cheesy it had the charm of having Shaquille O’Neal, a tremendously popular figure in the nineties. Our view was obviated by the disastrous acting and the seedy effects.
As soon as the criteria starts to unfold, you need a Men in Black neuralizer to forget that this movie ever existed.
Hold up the torches, we’re not here to mistreat a classic like Willow. Unfortunately, the classic Warwick Davis y Val Kilmer directed by Ron Howard It came at a time when the industry was taking a qualitative leap.
Willow was left with some of the best of the eighties, but the decade was already ending. Those of us who saw it at the time of it are still fascinated by it, but many younger viewers—not all, of course—find the pacing of it too slow of it and the effects of it stale.
The movie is still a fantasy classic, but there are genre movies that have stood the test of time better in every field.
Super Mario Bros.
If in 1993 you were 6 years old as a server, you saw Super Mario Bros. And even though the film had gone through the Arc de Triomphe, you would freak out any respect to the lore of the saga.
Ver to Super Mario, Luigi and included Yoshiwith that design that he contributed to Jurassic Park, in real action, it was more than enough for the little ones to have a great time with the plumbers of Nintendo.
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The fact that the movie is often held up as an example when talking about lousy video game adaptations is indicative of why it’s on this list.
With the good team that the film had, they opted to, well, do almost everything wrong, something that fans who expected to see a real Super Mario movie were quick to criticize.
the adventure of the ewoks
Producing a TV movie within the Star Wars franchise has its problems – that’s true even for a simple story like The Ewok Adventure.
The first film of the duo of children’s films set in Endor it languished in comparison to the effects, pacing, and performances of the original trilogy.
Even the meritorious work of the stop motion scenes seems to be done. It worked with the children, but any adult who saw her in her day looked at the little ones with some justified condescension. It was an experiment for some technologies, and little else.
The little one goes away
The little one goes away (Baby’s Day Out) is not a bad movie as such, but it is the worst of its kind for a decade like 1990.
We are talking about a movie with a script by the teacher John Hughes and it is something that is noticeable, but what is seen on the screen tarnishes the work of the brain behind tapes such as Home alone, all in one day o Beethoven: One of the family
The endless story
Yes, we have included The Neverending Story in the list because Wolfgang Petersen he did the best and the worst at the same time in the same movie.
Having directed tremendous films like the one immediately before, Das Boot (The Submarine) the director launched into directing fantasy and chose the story of Michael end.
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That the author himself disowned this film is a good indication, although there are cases like Stephen King and The glow they are worth studying.
Although some effects were passable, most of them do not seem typical of a decade in which so much progress was being made thanks to movies like Star Wars. It is the childhood movie of many, there are those who still cry with the scene of Atreyu and Artax, but we also have to say bad things.
What a Santa Claus!
When you’re a kid and you see Hulk Hogan Giving everything like Santa Claus, well, you spend it like a dwarf, never better said, with What a Santa Claus!
The Christmas movie that you wouldn’t touch with a stick is one of those evidences that Hulk Hogan is one of those exceptions among the fighters who, in reality, did not quite fit into the Seventh Art.
And that Hulkster has a few roles, but almost all of them are a bit embarrassing when you add some criteria to the viewing.
Batman y Robin
Consolegas, you can add, of course, Batman Forever to this mix. Joel Schumacher relieved Tim Burton at the helm of the Batman movies.
The director tried to maintain a line of continuity, but the result was anything but positive for DC fans.
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Okay, if you watch Batman and Robin or Batman Forever as a kid, you enjoy it, and you still have very talented actors in both films.
But in most cases, when we get older we start to glimpse all those glitches and nipple shields from the movies. Be careful, if you continue to enjoy it, do not stop doing it, it would be more.
Many of us who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s enjoyed the French animated series of the Inspector Gadget.
When we found out that Hollywood was going to adapt the story into live action, as it always did when we were little, we were fascinated by the idea.
Disney’s play with Matthew Broderick It did not go well and showed that there are drawings that are not made for real action. Despite everything, the House of Mouse perpetrated an even more infamous sequel.
High! Or my mother shoots
I am going to include this last one as a guilty pleasure, because I enjoyed it —and I still enjoy it—, although it is Sylvester Stallone’s worst movie, and there are some more to choose from.
There is something in the character of Estelle Getty, Tatti, and in his relationship with his son, Joe (Sly), who has always fascinated me. That and watching her buy a Mac-10 in the back of a van after cleaning the grease off her son’s gun.
Nonetheless, the movie is greedily bad, on so many levels that we’d need a list of our own to break them down.
There are many more movies from our childhood that, probably, when we were older, we said “earth, swallow me”. Each one will have their own cases, so we encourage you to share some of yours.
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