<i>Love on a Leash</i> is Worse Than <i>The Room</i>

How many things can possibly go wrong with a movie? You might be surprised. In the pantheon of “movies that are so bad, they’re good,” The Room reigns supreme, but that’s principally because of Tommy Wiseau’s self-casting as the lead. In the case of the 2011 movie Love on a Leash, there are so many aspects of filmmaking that went wrong that the finished product is a full-blown train wreck. Yes, it’s a bad film, and you don’t want to spend an hour and a half watching it, but you do want to spend 20 minutes learning about what went on to cause this disaster to happen.

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Love on a Leash is about a guy who is a dog during the day and a man at night, who falls in love with a woman who takes him home. Does that make sense? Good, because nothing else in the movie does.

The guys from Bloodbath TV break down everything wrong with Love on a Leash from the flawed and somewhat disturbing premise to the confusing editing to the incomprehensible symbolism to the soundtrack (or lack thereof). You have to wonder if the director was completely oblivious to the movie’s problems, or just blew them off because it would be too much trouble to fix anything. Love on a Leash might be a wreck, but this critique is interesting and quite funny. -via Metafilter

Source: neatorama

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