I love bad movies. Like, REALLY BAD. I think bad movies are awful, but REALLY bad movies do this weird thing were they transcend the bad and become like art to me. And to really have an impact, it has to be a royal flush of awful. The acting has to suck. There have to continuity errors. The writing has to feel stilted and broken. The sets or locations have to be as ugly as the actors. Like I said, everything needs to stack up for it to transcend how bad it is. And no movie in recent memory has had the impact on me like Miami Connection did, last night, when I finally sat down to watch it. To understand just how bad this movie is, it is SO BAD, I actually thought it might be a modern movie, INTENTIONALLY made to look like this. It is awful, perfected, and you have never seen anything quite like it.