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Plot: A platoon of eagles and vultures attacks the residents of a small town. Many people die. It's not known what caused the flying menace to attack. Two people manage to fight back, but will they survive Birdemic? Runtime: 105 mins Release Date: 27 Feb 2010
Birdemic - Making "The Room" look like an Academy Award winning film (by TimmyDumples)
If you have any chance of seeing this movie, do everything in your power to do it. This is one of the best "so bad it's funny" movies I have ever seen. I saw an encore presentation in L.A. and haven't seen a room of people laughing so hard in my life. It simply has everything one could want. Bad CGI the animated birds in the movie are actually GIFs! , horrific acting, drunken cinematography, you name it, this movie had it. I typically zone out when watching a funny bad movie, the plot will lull and some things will get boring. But NOT Birdemic! This movie seems to be <more>
specifically tailored to ensure you don't get bored! Out of all the things this movie got wrong, keeping your eyes glued to the screen, they got right. Encore James! Encore! Put it this way, this movie is even worse than my sentence structure in this review. Do yourself a favor and SEE THIS MOVIE!
Who needs a summary? It's Birdemic! (by kylegardneryoung)
This movie puts Puts Troll 2 to shame and rivals The Room... but I really think this one's the best of the worst... ever.To truly enjoy this heap of hilarity, get yourself 5 or 6 friends with a 12 pack each of PBR and have a MOVIE NIGHT DRINKING GAME!Rules:1. Any time the camera pans, drink. 2. Any time the audio gets botched, drink. 3. Any time Rod walks unconvincingly that's right... you'll know it when you see it , drink. 4. Any time birds explode, drink.Of course add your own rules, but sip small or you'll be through all twelve of those cold ones in no time. Dear God this <more>
Tied for the best movie I have ever seen (by olivernowers)
Why do I want to write the 5th comment on Birdemic? I am not sure - almost everything that could be possibly said about it has been said. But like so many other people who wrote comments, I was and am profoundly moved by this simple and eloquent depiction of hope and friendship and redemption. The only other movie I have ever seen that affects me as strongly is Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus. Both movies leave me feeling cleaner for having watched them.I didn't intend to see this movie at all: I do not like Bird-attack movies and I don't normally watch them. I work at a branch library <more>
and one day as I was checking Birdemic out to one of our older patrons, she said to me, "Whenever I feel down or depressed, I check out this movie and watch it and it always makes me feel better." At the time, I thought that was very strange. One day there was nothing on TV except things I absolutely would not watch under any circumstance or things that I had seen too many times already. I remembered what she said, so I watched it. I have watched it many many times since then and it gets better with every showing.The allusions to real-life are both subtle and prophetic. Non-stop action combines with stunning special effects to portray the inherent struggle that humans face against killer eagles and vultures around the world on a daily basis; this film might just be the inspiration needed for governments to tackle this global problem.Birdemic and Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus are the best movies I have ever seen. I do not judge it by it's technical merits - I don't really care about that. I have read that the Shawshank Redemption or The Godfather or this or that movie is the best movie ever made. They may have the best technique or be the most influential motion pictures ever made, but not the best. The best movies are ones that touch the soul. It takes a movie like Birdemic to touch the soul.
Genius in it's own stupidity! Performance that fascinates with it's imbecility. Alfred Hitchcock could learn from this movie...A platoon of eagle & vultures attack the residence of a small town. Many people died. It's not known what caused the flying menace to attack. Two people managed to fight back, but will they survive Birdemic? Does anybody care? Sometimes there is a film that comes along that boggles the mind. You cannot believe the thing exists, but there it is, paddling its arms forward like a Special Olympics finalist and no, this is not a joke on the Special <more>
Olympics - they're too good for Birdemic: Shock and Terror . The movie tricks a viewer like yours truly; at first, having not seen anything made by its director, the inimitable James Nguyen - he has two other films to his credit, Replica and Julie and Jack, neither seen by me just as well, one of whom gives its highest praise as "Ed Wood quality" on IMDb - I wasn't sure what I was really seeing, if it was either the highest or lowest of artistic expression.
fantastic movi of time iteslf (by christianmomsagainstbirdemic)
SPOILER: This movie is sincemtatic masterpiece that it achieves all poiints in movie art adn i think that this movie is theone of the classics and cult hjits of this decade in fact i think that everyone should atleast s ee it once and i think maybe they get a new point of view of birds and global wamrnig?? anyways i cried when the birds tatacked athe scity : but that was a given since this movie is filled with plot twist and whioops that is spoiler hahaha. overall, solid movie would watch again and again like the sequel. :v
Move over, Ed Wood. No seriously, get off the papier-mâché throne (by Perception_de_Ambiguity)
It's unbelievable that APPARENTLY 'Birdemic' is unintentionally so inept. After seeing the movie I was borderline convinced that it's a product of ingenious comedy filmmakers but the DVD special features taught me better. One way or the other auteur Nguyen must be consumed with Hollywood movies or rather with all of their clichés. Basically what the film does brilliantly throughout is to use movie clichés so obviously and so poorly that it exposes those clichés. You inevitably realize how the filmmakers are trying to manipulate the viewer rendering its manipulatory attempts <more>
ineffective but not without reminding you that it does nothing else than what most action-y big budget movies do and you think to yourself: "Even if done well, how could I ever fall for such stupidity in other movies?" It exposes the fabric of movie-making itself and therefore if you watch 'Birdemic' attentively you will never see an overly manipulative or cliché-ridden movie the same way again.There's the story arc of establishing the hero with a romance before it turns into the movie we actually want to see. This one does it as jarringly as possible, the first 50 minutes are literally a romance almost without any forbidding of impending doom. OK, there's the title sequence music that blobs about repetitively like Torgo's theme in ''Manos' The Hands of Fate' wishing it was Bernard Hermann's 'Psycho' theme that was used so effectively 50 years ago with Janet Leigh behind the wheel. And there's the couple watching parrots fly about a tree and finding a dead eagle on the beach...unnecessarily all done in CGI, by the way, just as is common practice in modern cinema, practical effects just aren't accepted by modern movie going audiences anymore, it must be CGI no matter how bad it looks, it's called suspension of disbelief while practical effects are just rubbish, period . So there you have it folks. Anyway, so at the 50-minute mark the movie suddenly shriekingly turns into a disaster movie from one second to the next not counting the one minute "establishing shot montage" preceding it .Want more stereotype and cliché debunking? Don't worry, 'Birdemic' delivers them relentlessly. The heroic protagonist who gets the bombshell and has not only one big career success in the movie but about three - in, like, two days - is a stoic, stupid black hole of charisma, the stereotypical "a guy like you and me" who succeeds anyway. The female lead likes everything he does and she's won over by the guy despite his über-dorkyness, personalitylessness and stalker-like behavior but not without lighting up the screen in every frame of the film with her amazing smile as if she was walking a red carpet, yeah, even during the bird attacks. Of course she also strikes a big career success when she gets a cover model for Victoria Secret gig, you know, "just a regular fashion model like you and me".Characters who are unlikely to have ever used a gun in their lives a software salesman and a fashion model? pull guns out of their "asses" and shoot them like pros without fear or remorse. Characters that are only relevant for one scene if even that are literally out of the picture when they aren't needed hey, they are just in the car's back seat and REALLY quiet, that's all and are back once they have to be. Between bird attacks the characters are as careless as can be. So careless that they take a break from escaping the attacking birds by having a picnic outdoors with their kidnapped children who just lost their parents and whose only purpose in the film apart from getting "rescued" by our the-second-coming-of-Siegfried protagonist is to bitch that they are hungry and that instead of fresh fish they want a Happy Meal®.There's a theme that runs through the whole film as is typical for even the most shallow disaster movie but this one really rubs it into the viewer's face. At times well, for most of its running time, actually it plays like an ad for solar power or a raising awareness ad for global warming. The main character is shown how he is "going green" during the course of the movie without bearing any relevance to the story, and not only figuratively but literally as well, the guy's and the girl's wardrobe gets increasingly greener starting subtly with a light green tie until by the end their clothes are all green. Clearly Nguyen learned about subtext from the greatest of filmmakers.But seriously, 'Birdemic' had me from minute one with production logos and credits being displayed without any sense of rhythm. During the opening credits which for example credit a "Patsy vanEttinger", yes, without a space between van and the last name we watch a Mustang driving on a country road at a snail's pace. In one scene a small tow truck with a load is stuck behind the Mustang, that's how slow he goes. And he continues to drive this slow throughout the entire film. Did I mention that sometimes the camera operator still is unable to keep the Mustang inside the frame when panning? Now THAT is comedy. 30 minutes in the guy mentions that his Mustang is a hybrid car. Ha, that explains everything. Subtly making the thing that the movie is a commercial for look bad. Nice gag. One among thousands since every other edit in the film is a joke. If you can laugh about horribly poor editing this is the movie for you. Really, it's quite astonishing that a digitally shot movie could have a glaring error like cutting to characters who are supposed to be in the middle of an action but are actually seen at the beginning of the shot for the director to yell action so they can start running.
It is very good, amazing. Especially being made in 1995 by armatures. AMAZING.
So Bad It's Good (by andrewkittycat)
This movie is god awful. Everything about it is terrible - the acting, the animation, the plot, the cinematography, the special effects, and literally anything else you could think of. It sucks. Despite this, I think everyone should watch this movie. It's probably one of the funniest movies I've ever seen, although this humor is unintentional. It has many memorable scenes, and the first half is boring, but once the action starts it gets a whole lot better. I spent the entire second half of the movie laughing. So as bad as it is, Birdemic is worth the watch.