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This time of year, the weather is so hot that leaving the house is even more of a chore than it normally is. That's when your best course of action is stay on the couch and watch movies — but sometimes you've seen all the good ones. What then? I'll tell you what then — then you watch the bad movies. We've picked out a crowd of movies so bad you can't help but enjoy, and they're all available online, too.


At the end of Deadpool, there wasn't an end-credits tag where Cable showed up, but Deadpool himself did announce that the time-travelling mutant would be appearing in the sequel. So now that Deadpool 2 is officially on its way, the writers have to deliver on that promise. Speaking to Collider, Deadpool writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese explained that they plan to tackle Cable's backstory by... not tackling it.


Apple is preparing to film its own original scripted TV shows and potentially movies, according to a new Wall Street Journal report. Apple executives are reportedly already in discussion with industry veterans about how to create shows comparable to Netflix's Stranger Things or HBO's Westworld. If all goes according to plan, the company will begin offering its original TV shows on its $11.99-per-month streaming service Apple Music by the end of 2017. Sadly, it looks like Apple is going to half-arse the enterprise.


When you can't rely on a computer to improve (or fake) a movie scene, you gotta improvise. And back in the days of silent films, filmmakers were really, really good at coming up with creative ways to cook up special effects. It was a master class of using specific camera angles, splicing together shots, using glass matte paintings and twisting perspectives to make things look as realistic as possible.


Jyn and Cassian facing off with Krennic. Bodhi working communications. Chirrut and Baze fighting on the beach. The space battle. The Imperials. And finally, Darth Vader and the ending. Trying to put the many, many pieces that are part of Rogue One's third act together wasn't quite as hard as stealing the Death Star plans, but it sure wasn't easy