Is there an art to making a bad movie; a movie that is “so bad it’s good?”  At what point does silly dialogue, a ludicrous plot, and comical line readings turn a film from being a disaster into something… special?

I don’t know that there’s a solid answer to that question, but it’s something worth exploring and this week’s case in point is the new to Blu-ray “Precious Cargo,” starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Bruce Willis.  It is a highly watchable film despite–or perhaps because of–all of it’s issues.

Where does it go wrong and why does it going wrong seem so right?  Listen and find out…

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