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    Howard the Duck

    Movie » Howard the Duck released on August 01, 1986.

    George Lucas produced this Howard the Duck adaptation, widely considered to be the largest mis-step in his career.

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    Howard the Duck last edited by OGLoki on 11/15/20 01:18AM View full history

    "Howard the Duck", a sarcastic humanoid duck is accidentally brought to Earth through an experiment being performed by a Cleveland physicist and his assistant Phil Blumburtt (Tim Robbins). After he rescues singer Beverly Switzer (Lea Thompson) they must stop an alien invader.

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    Widely considered to be one of the worst films ever made, Howard the Duck frequently gets mocked and derided as well as George Lucas' greatest missteps; but I personally thought it wasn't as horrible as some of the critics made it out to be. Yes it is stupid, but that's what made me chuckle at it. Perhaps it remains as one of the on-going jokes of the entertainment industry so that even to this day; they can poke fun of Lucas' bomb so that they can forget the stunning success that his Star Wars ...

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