Why do we love movies that are so bad, they're good? Let's explore what these movies have in common and see that many critically acclaimed movies actually contain the phenomenon that makes "So Bad, It's Good" movies so appealing.


What Realistic Film Dialogue Sounds Like

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British vs. American Comedy: What's the Difference?

Is there a big difference in comedic style across the Atlantic? Let's see. This video was flagged as containing copyright content (I made my case it ...

Movie Geometry - Shaping the Way You Think

Shapes have meaning. That may sound crazy, but hear me out. Let's explore how cinematographers and directors create shapes inside the frame to add vis...

How To Make The Audience Cry

Here is my guide on how to bring the reader to tears. In this video essay I analyse Up, The green mile and interstellar to try and figure out what mak...

The Most Controversial Movie Endings Of All Time

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Hidden Figures — The Power of Subplots

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