Bede’s Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon #49: Nothing But Trouble

Hey everyone! Welcome to the 49th edition of my Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon series. I’m so very sorry for the lateness on this edition. I was hoping to have this one online either late June as I was originally planned but the pass weeks have pretty busy in both my work and personal life that I didn’t get a chance to do it until now. As you already know last month here on SuperMarcey.com, I posted up poll with three bad horror movies and I said that whichever one out of those three films had the highest votes, I would watch and live-tweet for this column. Well, the votes are in and you all have spoken. For this 49th instalment of Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon, you guys wanted me to watch and live-tweet… NOTHING BUT TROUBLE! Is this without a doubt one of the worst comedies ever made? How did Dan Aykroyd to get everyone involved with this piece of crap? ? Read on and find out! Enjoy!

Bede @BedeJermyn

I know I’ve said this many times before but I’m going to say it again, is it too late for me to *not* watch this film?

Oh, man. How can so many talented actors at the height of their careers in the early ’90s be involved with this film?

Oh, Dan Aykroyd. You’re such a funny and talented guy. Why did you make this your directorial debut?

Oh. It was based on a story that made up by your brother Peter? Well, I know who else to blame for this film.

Ahhh… Why is Chevy Chase talking like Humphrey Bogart?

Hello Demi Moore *re-ow*

“Thanks for the espresso maker! And the bag of shit” Chevy! That’s a very nasty thing to say about this film.

Who really these two weird people hanging around Chase? Are they a couple? Brother and sister? Cousins? I’m confused.

Yep, it’s official. Only Demi Moore can pull of the tall short hair look.

So many sunglasses in the film.

I like how the archive footage for green screen in the driving scenes is definitely from the exterior scenes of the car.

Oh, man. The sets they used for the town that Chase and the gang passed through look so bad and cheap.

Oh, so Chase’s Brazilian friends are actually brother and sister. Even with that confirmed, I’m still confused.

Well, this police chase has completely out of nowhere.

*Sigh* I miss John Candy. Comedies have never been same without him.

Seriously, everyone in this film is wearing sun glasses. It’s weird.

I have a feeling Aykroyd saw THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE and thought, “I want to make a film like that but way crappier”

I swear the set design they used for Dan Aykroyd’s character’s house is the exact same one from ERNEST SCARED STUPID.

Yeah…I think if a cop took me to a house that looked as creepy and messy as this one, I’d get the hell out of there.

Yep. Not creepy at all.

OMG! Dan Aykroyd’s prosthetic make up work in this film is absolutely terrifying! Seriously, it’s horrible.

I honestly think that Aykroyd based his performance on both Foghorn Leghorn and Grandpa Simpson.

Oh, hi Daniel Baldwin! I suppose it wouldn’t be a film from the ’90s if a Baldwin brother wasn’t in it somewhere.

Oh, geez! John Candy is a cop who’s packing some seriously heat with that Uzi.

Yeah… Daniel Baldwin and his friends are totally going to be killed.

“Mister Bonestripper”? Yeah, that’s a bad name to have for a rollercoaster.

Holy shit! I know Daniel Baldwin and his friends were horrible but that was a horrifying way for them to go out.

Wait, hold the phone! Besides playing the cop, John Candy also plays the character’s twin sister?! This is just bizarre.

Aykroyd, Chase, Moore and the gang are having hot dogs for dinner and they are ugliest looking ones I have ever seen.

Stop it! Stop it, movie! I don’t want to see Aykroyd eat a hot dog that way! That’s bloody disgusting! It’s wrong on so many levels! 

Fun fact: Ant-Man and Yellow Jacket are actually fighting on that toy train set that’s circling around the dinner table.

Fausto & Renaldo definitely made the right choice to escape. I would too if I was starring in this film.

Yeah… Chevy Chase & Demi Moore have the romantic chemistry of oil and water.

Ahhh… This film is meant to be comedy, right?

This film also builds itself as a horror film but honestly, it’s scary for all the wrong reasons.

Wait, hold the phone! Aykroyd’s character is responsible for the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa?! Wow…

Oh, geez. Demi’s fall from that slide must have hurt like a mother.

OMG! Aykroyd’s hair is really a wig and his nose is actually a fake one! How they show the latter is disturbing!

Oh, great. Aykroyd also has a wooded leg as well. The character is just parts of different people, isn’t he?

Oh, dear God! What the hell are those things?!

They look like giant mutant babies! This is terrible! Please make it stop!!!!

Hey it’s the Digital Underground! Maybe there’s something good about this film after all.

I think the reason Aykroyd cast the group Digital Underground in the film was so he would come across as hip to teen audiences.

Hey the late great Tupac Shakur!

I like how this film just stops so it could be a music video for a few minutes.

You know there’s a lot of things I expected to see in my life but seeing John Candy in a wedding dress wasn’t one of them

I like how Tupac Shakur looks so bored in the background of these wedding scene between Chase & Candy.

Yeah, I can’t imagine everyone who was involved in this film would have actually thought this was going to be any good.

Instead of NOTHING BU T TROUBLE, the film should have been titles Dan Aykroyd’s LEATHERFACE: TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSCARE PART 2: THE NEXT GENERATION: THE BEGINNING 3D.

Just like the explosions in this scene, this film blows too.

Yeah, I like to know where Aykroyd and his family got all this junk for their backyard.

So… What happened to the Brazilian brother & sister? It’s been a while since we rave seen them.

Oh, geez. They seriously brought out the army and the national guard to arrest Aykroyd and his family.

Wow. The police and the army are actually friends with Aykroyd. What a shock. I didn’t see that coming at all.

Now there’s a earthquake for some reason. This film is just throwing crap at the screen now, isn’t it?

Just like this scene, this film was a natural disaster too.

Oh, good. We now know what happened to the Brazilian brother & sister. That’s good. I was worried there for a second.

What a shock. Aykroyd managed to survive that earthquake who didn’t see that coming as well?

Well, that’s the end of this awful film. I think that’s pretty clear that only person to blame for this is Dan Aykroyd.

I hope everyone enjoyed reading this 49th edition of Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon! Now what most of you probably don’t already know, this month marks a big milestone for Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon. Why’s that you ask? ‘Cause the next article that will be posted at the end of this month will mark the 50th edition of the article. So I thought that to celebrate this special occasion instead of asking you readers to pick which bad film I should watch and live-tweet, I would pick the film myself. So which bad film have I chosen for this milestone 50th edition of the article? I’ve decided that I’m going to do it on a film that is classified by many as being one of the most infamous, controversial and notorious bad films ever made: the 1979 erotic historical drama CALIGULA. It’s going to be a complete doozy, so you don’t miss out on that one. Keep a look out for it at the end of July!

Written by Bede Jermyn

 

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