Each week we run a new poll asking you, the Lurkers, which movie we should remove from broadcast rotation, and send to a farm upstate, where it can retire in peace,
frolicking among the fields, playing with the other movies that were just so bad they couldn’t be kept…
Simply choose which movie we're showing this week you feel deserves the chance to "retire," and click the button at the bottom of the page.
You can vote once per day, from 12am Monday, until Noon on Saturday.
POLL IS NOW CLOSED!
This week, you voted to send Son of Cleopatra (1964) to the Farm. We're sure it will be happy there...
In Roman-dominated Egypt, the corrupt administration of a governor named Petronius has sparked a revolt headed by El Kabir, a young man who learns that he's actually the son of Cleopatra and Julius Caesar. When Petronius' daughter, Livia, newly-arrived from Rome, falls into his hands, El Kabir uses this opportunity to win her over to his side before releasing her to her father. Livia's efforts to promote peace, however, are thwarted, and only the arrival of Octavian Caesar can bring about a resolution to the troubled situation.