Disaster Movie

This fall Roland Emmerich will release his latest film, Anonymous, a period piece drama about the true origins of William Shakespeare’s work. Yes, that Roland Emmerich. But fear not, fans of movie that blow up the entire Earth but still don’t manage to get beyond boring, the master of that genre will soon be back at his craft, where he belongs. THR is reporting that the director of such fine disaster fare as 2012, and The Day After Tomorrow is readying to shoot a new script that he wrote himself, probably over at Columbia.

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Thanks to the talents of Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the label “spoof” has lost all respect in the cinematic world. Often credited as “two of the writers of Scary Movie” (both as a joke and warning sign), Friedberg and Seltzer devolved the spoof film using an arsenal of pop culture references, bathroom humor and non sequiturs. Keeping it classy was never the goal. While their rampage through genre and cultural phenomena may never end, spoofing doesn’t have to live with shame either. Plenty of filmmakers have figured out ways to satirize the movie world and tell their own stories at the same time — it’s the movie-going public that’s afraid to use the dreaded s-word. Let’s suck it up and admit the truth: these ten films are hilarious, well-made and spoofs through and through:

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Let’s face it. The Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland has us all frightened. If not because it’s intimidatingly hard to spell, then because it could have killed a bunch of people. Time to get prepared for next time with a little help from films.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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We continue our jaunt through the world of film in 2008 by taking a turn for the worse — toward the bottom of the barrel. For every great movie there are at least ten bad ones released in a given year, and 2008 was no exception.

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Tropic Thunder hits theaters today

It’s pretty obvious that people out there across North America are just movied-out. Everyone is just sick of movies. They are too busy vacationing/watching college football/fleeing hurricanes to bother with the latest junk at the theaters.

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Kim Kardashian and Vanessa Minnillo are the only saving graces of Disaster Movie

Just like we saw the collapse of torture porn in 2007, we are very likely seeing the collapse of the spoof movie in 2008.

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Amy Winehouse takes a drink in Disaster Movie

After the horrors that were Date Movie, Epic Movie and Meet the Spartans, I can’t imagine anyone would willingly sit through Disaster Movie while sober.

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Neil and Kevin’s claws come out for Disaster Movie, the most accurately named film of the year. If only Peter Dinklage were in it, it might have been better than Postal.

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You’re looking at these offerings this weekend and you are ready to throw up your arms and say in vain the words “Jesus Christ!” (Just kidding. Actually, Jesus does make an appearance this weekend, in Hamlet 2.)

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Disaster Movie

Disaster Movie appears to be a spoof on films such as The Day After Tomorrow and An Inconvenient Truth, but you wouldn’t know that from this new trailer, or the new poster.

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Disaster Movie Posters

Here they come again! Those cinematic geniuses who brought you Scary Movie, Date Movie, Epic Movie, and Meet the Spartans now plan to hit you smack in the face with Disaster Movie.

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Disaster Movie Poster

I’m still waiting for someone to make Ghetto Movie, which will star Jack Black as a young Hispanic man, just trying to make a life in the hoods of Orlando, Florida.

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Hello? Mom? Can you get me out of this awful movie?

The only way to top this is if Uwe Boll titles his next film The Worst Movie Ever!

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