Macho Man – The Cinema Snob

Boxing! Karate! Disco! This 1985 German action film has everything a Macho Man needs!

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Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past. I'm a big guy. For you.


  1. Rene Weller, he was somewhat popular in the 1970s, and can still be seen on TV from time to time here in germany, in some crappy reality TV shows far to many people are watching.

    Never saw this movie, and that’s a good thing I guess. I hope you never come across other special german treasures like superstau or anything with kübelböck in it.

  2. Yay! Macho Man. One of the funniest German movies. Although I have to admit, I’ve only ever seen it in open air screenings in Nürnberg (where it was filmed) with lots of people who were all smoking pot and/or drinking beer and loudly mocking the entire film, so that might have made it more enjoyable.

  3. I’ll stick with Randy “The Macho Man” Savage, thank you very much.

    2:03- This past weekend, I watched the original uncut version of Das Boot with the audio set from German to English, and the subtitles turned off, because I don’t want to do that much reading in a 5 hour movie.

    5:58- Nowadays, whenever I see a bank robbery scene in a crappy movie, it makes me wish I was watching the opening scene to The Dark Knight.

    Nice job on the Passengers joke.

    13:57- Sylvester Stallone SHOULD be in a Transformers movie.

    16:36- Wow. This is a good way for a movie to leave the plot.

    18:12- HOLY SHIT, I was also thinking that. Out minds are so dirty.

  4. Snorgatch Pandalume

    “The whole thing is so bad, that the viewer is fun again.”
    Well, any movie that makes people fun is okay in my book.
    Kind of reminds me of what was written on the box of a Chinese-made RC toy helicopter MikeJ reviewed: “Once own, nothing can instead.”

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