This film has the perfect ingredients of a great cheesy film: romance, action, humour….and Rodents of Unusual Size. The film revolves around a princess, who is kidnapped by an evil midget, a giant, and a Spanish swordsman. Her love chases across the land, fighting rodents of unusual size, deadly poisons, and the pit of despair to save her. I won’t spoil the ending for you, but with stars including Peter Cook, Mel Smith and Billy Crystle, this is one classic cheap and cheerful film that has to be watched.
Johnny Depp has an awful accent in this film. He’s going for Irish…but missing the target. But we can overlook this because, basically, he looks bloody gorgeous in this film. This whole film is gorgeous in fact, from the delicious looking chocolates to the stunning french village and amazing costumes. I would love to dress like Juliette Binoche does in this film. Unfortunately, in London, I would look like a pretentious plonker. But a girl can dream…
Snakes on a Plane
The most famous crap but brilliant film, the producers of this film realised it was crap early on. So they got Samuel L Jackson on the PR trail, promoting the fact that it was an appalling film with a rubbish storyline, and has lots of random characters who make no sense to the storyline. But it’s bloody funny. The toilet based scenes make you squirm then laugh, and the lines are cheesier than a chunk of Brie. Samuel L Jackson, who brings a bit of cool to every film, was a good choice for this film. This film is like a McDonald’s value meal, a cheap and guilty pleasure.