Demi Moore very quickly revealed the “worst movie” she’s ever been in Wednesday on James Corden’s “Late Late Show.” Anything to avoid eating a 1,000-year-old egg, we suppose.
“Actually that one is very easy,” she told the CBS late-night personality during a game of his “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” game. “It’s ‘Parasite’ in 3-D.”
Rotten Tomatoes would agree. “Parasite,” Moore’s second-ever movie, has an 11% critics’ rating there. The audience has the 1982 film at 13%.
Interestingly enough, “Parasite” is not Moore’s lowest-rated movie on Rotten Tomatoes. Her “Wild Oats” from 2016 has a perfectly horrible 0% score. To be fair to Moore and the movie, that one only counts five critical reviews, and the audience has it at 35%.
In the 1982 film, shot and originally released in 3-D, Dr. Paul Dean (Robert Glaudini) is a scientist living in the near future, after America has fallen under the control of a repressive paramilitary regime. Dean’s research causes him to absorb an especially voracious parasitic worm, which feeds inside the human stomach until it becomes strong enough to burst out in search of a new host.
In time, Dean is able to extract the creature from his body, but soon it escapes from captivity, and Dean and his friend Patricia (Moore) must find a way to stop it as they find themselves on the run from brutal government agent Merchant (James Davidson) and a gang of thugs led by Ricus (Luca Bercovici).
After that easy admission, Corden was asked to name one “Late Late Show” celebrity guest that has “disappointed” him. To avoid drinking a mayo, cheese curd and soy sauce smoothie, he gave up the name.
Sorry, Rick Ross.
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Unfortunately for Moore, she ended up taking a sip of that disgusting concoction.
See Corden’s pure bliss at the moment captured in the photo below. The “G.I. Jane” star reaching for the spittoon bucket was like Christmas morning for this guy.