Does Lifetime Intentionally Make Bad Movies?
I mean, there really can be no other explanation...
My wife asked me to watch the Drew Peterson (played by Rob Lowe) movie the other night.
In order to avoid divorce from playing Skyrim too much I agreed...Im actually glad I did, because all we did was laugh our asses off through the whole thing.I may start tuning in on a regular basis...
I also stumbled across this link I thought I'd share
Top 10 Worst Lifetime Original Moviesmblr
The title might be inaccurate, because if you’re anything like me then the more terrible the movie, the more I love it…when it comes to Lifetime Original Movies. Give me a bad soundtrack, overacting and horrible cinematography and I’m a happy camper.
Truthfully, though, many of these movies have redeeming qualities. I can’t quite remember what they are, but I’m certain they have them. In fact, most Lifetime Original Movies have a moral to the story…some wisdom to impart on the masses…so we can all learn and grow as people while we watch snippets of movies between ads for Target and Benefiber. Without further ado, here are the top ten worst Lifetime Original Movies:
10. Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life
He was a good kid who had it all…until he discovered porn. Or did porn discover him? Either way, after the porn he wasn’t such a good kid anymore. He became secretive and soon the porn became an addiction. He was addicted to porn. Lucky for him his porn travels led him right to the hot but fast girl at his school (that’s one heck of a social networking story, folks) who intends to deflower him. Does he get deflowered? Does he disappoint his worried mother (played by Kelly Lynch, who has played some pretty sexy roles herself)? Do you really care?
9. Imaginary Playmate
See a clip from the movie. Dina Meyer (pretty Dizzy from Starship Troopers and of the Saw movies) marries a perfect hunky guy with an adorable little daughter. Her ideal view of life is shattered when she realizes that not only do her husband and little stepdaughter love their deceased wife/mother more than her, but that the aforementioned wife/mother is haunting them! Hunky husband man doesn’t believe her, even when the ghost lady makes her miscarry. Hunky but disheveled man friend believes her, and maybe (maybe, because we’re never told) THEY live happily ever after, since after the ghost lady tries to kill her daughter she presumably kills her husband, leaving stepmommy and daughter to…what? Be haunted by both of them? Move on with their lives? I guess it leaves it up to you, the viewer, to decide.
8. Baby For Sale
OK. Really bad title. The premise is interesting. The Johnsons are unable to conceive a child. Mrs. Johnson (Dana Delany) doesn’t feel great about the adoption process so she looks into buying a baby. Illegal? Yes. But (according to the movie) only a misdemeanor. They hook up with a Hungarian lawyer who finds them a little Hungarian baby and they are all ready to sign the bill of lading or whatever when all of the sudden…the price goes up! What? All of the sudden the Johnsons are stuck in an all-out bidding war for this black market Hungarian baby. On second thought, maybe this should have been number one…
7. A Face To Kill For
Come with me on this, because you’re going to be confused when you read the first part of number six. Allison (played by Crystal Bernard) is a horse (trainer? rider? jockey?) with a disfigured face. She has a creepy husband who frames her for a crime and she gets sent to prison for it. In prison she meets a friend who tells her to stand up for herself. She gets out of prison, gets all empowered and gets plastic surgery. Then she sets out to get even with the bad guy. As a side note, stay tuned for the upcoming list Top Ten Worst TV/Movie Crimes Committed By Stars of the Show Wings.
6. A Face To Die For
It should be a sequel, right? Nope. Emily is a poor disfigured-faced girl whose rat friends set her up for robbery. She goes to prison, and somehow manages to get some plastic surgery making her into the beautiful Emily, hell-bent on revenge and played by none other than Yasmine Bleeth. Costarring Robin Givens. Maybe based on the same book as A Face To Kill For. Certainly just as crappy.