Michael Flatley’s directorial debut blackbird is slated to hit Irish cinemas in September, but before people see it, viewers of the trailer want you to know it could be the “worst movie ever”.
Flatley, the famed riverdancer, wrote, produced, starred, and directed the romantic spy film that some would call “the vanity project.” The film was largely financed by Flately, 63, and originally released in 2018.
According to IMDB, the film’s plot is driven by a retired secret agent named Victor Blackley (Flatley), who opened a nightclub in the Caribbean to escape his past, only to have trouble coming back when a former lover visits him.
The trailer for the film was Posted to Twitter by entertainment journalist Brian Lloyd, who said: “The trailer for ‘Blackbird.’ I am horrified. I’m really shocked.
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Stiff acting, cheesy one-liners, and a bewildering montage of scenes complete the minute-and-30-second trailer, which went viral on social media for being comparable to The room (2003).
Even though blackbird seems poorly done and not taken seriously, people expressed their desire to see the film as it could be so bad it’s funny.
“This looks like a movie Michael Scott would write.” John wrote on Twitter. famous in The officeMichael Scott is creating a fictional spy film for a vanity project.
“This looks like the worst movie ever, but I still want to see it.” Lisa wrote.
According to the only IMDB review for the film, viewers can expect to see a dance number from Flatley.
“Bouncing between iconic landscapes in Ireland and Barbados, this thriller sits alongside Sean Connery’s best. To keep fans past and present entertained, Flatley produces an incredible tap dance sequence in which he shoots knives out of his shoes from the top of his bar during a ragtime tune in the plays.”
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