( bright, upbeat music ) Mama always said,
“If you can’t say anything nice, – don’t say anything at all,”
– Mm-hmm. and today we’re gonna see
if we can apply that principle to some of the worst
movies ever made. Yeah, so we’re gonna be
looking at movies that have been given
a big fat zero… ♪ Wah wah ♪ on Rotten Tomatoes, which is really quite
an accomplishment, okay? – Yeah, it is.
– So 0% of critics liked them and we’re going to
show these clips to one another and see if we
can say anything nice at all. Which is really
quite a challenge. It is quite
a challenge, Link. Link:
It’s time for… Okay, so the first one is,
I remember this one, “Mac and Me.” This “E.T.” rip-off… Uh-huh. …that does have a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes
from 1998. – Okay.
– 1988. Link, watch the clip and see
if you can say something nice. It’s not safe
here anymore. You have to
come with me. Please? I won’t let
anybody hurt you. ( music playing ) It’s like
the movie “E.T.” if you wanted to
put E.T. in a bag and then set
the bag on fire. – ( laughter )
– And that’s a good thing? – And please take that
as a compliment.
– And that is a compliment. I also think that
this thing right here, if we ever get upset
with each other, – if we can just do…
– Like this? If I can just look at you
through my hands like this I’ll see you through
a whole new perspective. – Hey, Link. Hey.
– ( high-pitched) Hi. I don’t even know
if the thing talked. You don’t have to. You look so wonderful
through my hands. – Not E.T., phone home.
– You don’t have to hold me. I’m framing you up for this
perfectly for the camera. All right,
show me what you got. Okay,
I found this one. Horror classic,
“Empire of the Ants.” Also 0% on
the Rotten Tomatoes. I’ll play the clip. Say something nice
about it. Oh, my God,
what the hell are they? ( dramatic music ) ( high-pitched warbling ) I gotta think
of something nice. ( laughs ) Hey,
I got two things. First thing,
they used real ants, guys. Those were real ants. – They were.
– Nobody can deny that. A lot of filmmakers are
not willing to do that. They used real ants. And the second thing
I can say is that I actually have
an ant problem in my house and now I know I should just be
treating it with an axe. I thought he was
gonna axe an ant – and then it cuts to the shot
– He probably does. and it was
just a rope. He damaged his boat. He damage his boat
a little bit. And then the ants
crawled on, which is my favorite
part of the movie. The only part
that I’ve seen. Right. – All right.
– Okay, here’s another one for all you 80’s kids. “Rainbow Brite and
the Star Stealer.” You remember this one. – Link: 0%.
– Rhett: 0%. But audience score, 80% liked it. Oh, okay, All right,
that’s usually a good sign. It’s gonna help me. It’s spring! Spring is in the air. ( music playing ) ( laughter ) Well, let me tell
you right now, there is no more work
to do on that movie because it seems as if
it’s already perfect. Yeah,
I believe that. They got Kenny Rogers’
brother to sing. – ( laughter )
– Donny Rogers. It took me a second
to realize that horse was
the one singing, you know
what I’m saying? ‘Cause his voice
changed so much – Yeah.
– but it was so wonderful. Finally my wife and I
have a new soundtrack – to our love-making.
– Oh. “Even little things”? – Oh.
– ( laughter ) “Need a helping wing”?
I get it, Link. Yeah, you’re right. ( laughter ) – Oh, I stepped
right in that one.
– You sure did. A big pile of
rainbow horse manure. ( sighs )
I got one for you. “The Lonely Lady,”
this is a story of a writer pushed to the brink
of madness. 0% on Rotten Tomatoes
of course. Doesn’t look to mad
in the movie poster, but watch this clip
and say something nice. ( indistinct shouting ) Shut up! ( echoing )
Damn you! Mm. Well, you know? This actually kind of
gives me a good feeling because this is exactly
how we wrote our book. ( both laugh ) ( both yelling ) Chapter one. ( both yelling ) Both:
Chapter two. You know? “New York Times”
Bestseller. ( both yelling ) Hold on, you gotta say something nice
about the movie. You can’t say something
nice about our book. “New York Times”
Bestseller. It made me feel nice
about myself, man. And I mean, you know,
it’s a… good graphics. ( laughter ) Really good graphics. The way they composed
the different elements. Okay,
how about this one? This is a sequel. I didn’t even know
this existed. A sequel to
“Saturday Night Fever” called
“Staying Alive.” 0% of course. “Dance to
your own beat.” Let’s watch it. ( downbeat music) Man:
♪ Dance ♪ ( echoing grunt ) Ah. ( echoing grunt ) Fire! ( mimicking grunt ) Goodness. – Um, hmm.
– Really? You know, I appreciate
the fact that this movie employed a lot of
out of work singers who are really good
at going… ( grunting ). – That’s all I got.
– ( laughter ) It was good
for the economy. It was good for the economy
of grunting singers. Okay, there you go, Mom,
we said something nice! Thanks for liking,
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time it is. Hi, I’m Gionnorinso. And I’m Andrea. – We are from Milan, Italy.
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