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#21 GeddyRulz

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Posted 31 March 2007 - 10:52 PM

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Pluto Nash. Thread officially re-opened.

How about the Bill Cosby movie "Leonard, Part Six"?  I heard he fought like hell to keep it from being released.

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Posted 31 March 2007 - 11:55 PM

Theres plenty of them, But one I suffered thru close to 4hrs was "Gods and Generals"  War is hell and so was watching this tedious  garbage should of been a ABC mini series . schla03.gif  062802puke_prv.gif  

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 01:39 AM

Every Steven Segal and Claude Van Dumb movie ever made -  

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 03:50 AM

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Every Steven Segal and Claude Van Dumb movie ever made -

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 09:37 AM

The worst movie I ever sat through is one that a lot of people love.

I remember seeing this movie with my sister and a friend of hers.  I was about 21 and her and her friend were around 16.  To me it was the worst crime a movie could commit, which is a personal pet peeve of mine, and that is when a movie is intentionally emotionally manipulative, trying to get you to cry because of melodramatic contrived attempts to pull at your heartstrings (E.T. anyone?).

Anyway, so I'm watching this movie and not ony is it incredibly emotionally manipulative, but the characters were BEYOND stupid, just agonizingly stupid people, which is another thing in movies I can't stand - unrealistic horrendously stupid characters.

So I'm watching this movie, an intensely painful experience, and I look over at my sister and her friend and they're bawling.  I was like, give me a f*cking break, but I kept my mouth shut.

Easily the worst movie I've ever seen.  What a piece of garbage!

Oh yeah, the movie was...



















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Posted 01 April 2007 - 09:42 AM

QUOTE (rushgoober @ Apr 1 2007, 10:37 AM)
The worst movie I ever sat through is one that a lot of people love.

I remember seeing this movie with my sister and a friend of hers.  I was about 21 and her and her friend were around 16.  To me it was the worst crime a movie could commit, which is a personal pet peeve of mine, and that is when a movie is intentionally emotionally manipulative, trying to get you to cry because of melodramatic contrived attempts to pull at your heartstrings (E.T. anyone?).

Anyway, so I'm watching this movie and not ony is it incredibly emotionally manipulative, but the characters were BEYOND stupid, just agonizingly stupid people, which is another thing in movies I can't stand - unrealistic horrendously stupid characters.

So I'm watching this movie, an intensely painful experience, and I look over at my sister and her friend and they're bawling.  I was like, give me a f*cking break, but I kept my mouth shut.

Easily the worst movie I've ever seen.  What a piece of garbage!

Oh yeah, the movie was...



















Edward Scissorhands  062802puke_prv.gif

Try Big Fish. It's my favourite, and one of the only Tim Burton films I enjoyed.

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 09:43 AM

Well... The Resident Evil movies for sure. I guess they're not all THAT bad, but since I was an RE fan, I was expecting the movies to at least TRY and be at all related to, you know... Actual Resident Evil stuff.

Oh well.

Oh, and The Guardian bored me to death. Don't ever try watching it.

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 09:49 AM

QUOTE (Mustard Death @ Apr 1 2007, 07:42 AM)
QUOTE (rushgoober @ Apr 1 2007, 10:37 AM)
The worst movie I ever sat through is one that a lot of people love.

I remember seeing this movie with my sister and a friend of hers.  I was about 21 and her and her friend were around 16.  To me it was the worst crime a movie could commit, which is a personal pet peeve of mine, and that is when a movie is intentionally emotionally manipulative, trying to get you to cry because of melodramatic contrived attempts to pull at your heartstrings (E.T. anyone?).

Anyway, so I'm watching this movie and not ony is it incredibly emotionally manipulative, but the characters were BEYOND stupid, just agonizingly stupid people, which is another thing in movies I can't stand - unrealistic horrendously stupid characters.

So I'm watching this movie, an intensely painful experience, and I look over at my sister and her friend and they're bawling.  I was like, give me a f*cking break, but I kept my mouth shut.

Easily the worst movie I've ever seen.  What a piece of garbage!

Oh yeah, the movie was...



















Edward Scissorhands  062802puke_prv.gif

Try Big Fish. It's my favourite, and one of the only Tim Burton films I enjoyed.

I liked Big Fish and I liked Ed Wood.

Most of his movies that I've seen I hate though.

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 11:54 AM

QUOTE (rushgoober @ Apr 1 2007, 09:37 AM)
The worst movie I ever sat through is one that a lot of people love.

I remember seeing this movie with my sister and a friend of hers.  I was about 21 and her and her friend were around 16.  To me it was the worst crime a movie could commit, which is a personal pet peeve of mine, and that is when a movie is intentionally emotionally manipulative, trying to get you to cry because of melodramatic contrived attempts to pull at your heartstrings (E.T. anyone?).

Anyway, so I'm watching this movie and not ony is it incredibly emotionally manipulative, but the characters were BEYOND stupid, just agonizingly stupid people, which is another thing in movies I can't stand - unrealistic horrendously stupid characters.

So I'm watching this movie, an intensely painful experience, and I look over at my sister and her friend and they're bawling.  I was like, give me a f*cking break, but I kept my mouth shut.

Easily the worst movie I've ever seen.  What a piece of garbage!

Oh yeah, the movie was...



















Edward Scissorhands  062802puke_prv.gif

Given your description, I thought for sure you were going to say "Titanic."

I hated the first half, with its cliched love story; the lovers had stupid, obvious dialogue throughout.  It got good in the second half, when the ship began to sink; good effects.  

Fans of Leo were upset he didn't get an Oscar nomination, but I think the film got what it deserved: wins for special effects and picture, but none for acting.  Leo's performance was nothing special; he phoned it in.  

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 02:09 PM

Worst Movie? Probably this one low budget C movie called Alien 51 (starring Heidi Fleiss  ohmy.gif  scared.gif ). As a horror movie, it's terrible, but it's probably the funniest movie I've ever seen.

For feature films, I'd have to go with Alone in the Dark or maybe Cheerleader Ninjas.

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 03:05 PM

QUOTE (skyswing @ Mar 31 2007, 04:56 PM)
I'm usually pretty easy on people who create things, like movies, but I'd say two of my least favorite movies are "Wing Commander" and "Mars Attacks!"

I love "Mars Attacks".

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 04:21 PM

Um, just about anything appearing on Sci-Fi on a weekend afternoon would qualify.

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 07:07 PM

QUOTE (GeddyRulz @ Apr 1 2007, 09:54 AM)
QUOTE (rushgoober @ Apr 1 2007, 09:37 AM)
The worst movie I ever sat through is one that a lot of people love.

I remember seeing this movie with my sister and a friend of hers.  I was about 21 and her and her friend were around 16.  To me it was the worst crime a movie could commit, which is a personal pet peeve of mine, and that is when a movie is intentionally emotionally manipulative, trying to get you to cry because of melodramatic contrived attempts to pull at your heartstrings (E.T. anyone?).

Anyway, so I'm watching this movie and not ony is it incredibly emotionally manipulative, but the characters were BEYOND stupid, just agonizingly stupid people, which is another thing in movies I can't stand - unrealistic horrendously stupid characters.

So I'm watching this movie, an intensely painful experience, and I look over at my sister and her friend and they're bawling.  I was like, give me a f*cking break, but I kept my mouth shut.

Easily the worst movie I've ever seen.  What a piece of garbage!

Oh yeah, the movie was...



















Edward Scissorhands  062802puke_prv.gif

Given your description, I thought for sure you were going to say "Titanic."

I hated the first half, with its cliched love story; the lovers had stupid, obvious dialogue throughout.  It got good in the second half, when the ship began to sink; good effects.  

Fans of Leo were upset he didn't get an Oscar nomination, but I think the film got what it deserved: wins for special effects and picture, but none for acting.  Leo's performance was nothing special; he phoned it in.

I love Titanic.  ph34r.gif  

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 07:20 PM

The Terror of Tiny Town.  

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 07:21 PM

Oh yeah.  

The Summer of Sam.  

That was a criminal act, Spike Lee.  



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Posted 01 April 2007 - 11:37 PM

Whatever the Pierce Brosnen volcano movie was...it is on my list for sure. Horrible movie.

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 01:22 AM

Tim Burton's stuff is all alright with me (other than the Planet of the Apes remake, awful film), but the most overrated film maker in hollywood is M. Night Shamalyan.  I cannot enjoy any of his films.  He is too overrated.

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 03:04 AM

QUOTE (GeddyRulz @ Mar 30 2007, 11:33 AM)
QUOTE (willowroolz @ Mar 30 2007, 05:49 AM)
Pearl Harbour. Loud, tedious and moronic. Even having Kate Becksinsale in the cast couldn't save that pile of shite. Hollywood at its very worst.

Oh, and Armageddon. There's a theme here.

Yes, the theme is "Ben Affleck."  Who also starred in the most maligned movie of the past few years, "Gigli."

Actually the theme I was going with was Michael Bay, but Affleck will do  laugh.gif  

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 06:41 AM

QUOTE (The Owl @ Apr 1 2007, 11:22 PM)
Tim Burton's stuff is all alright with me (other than the Planet of the Apes remake, awful film), but the most overrated film maker in hollywood is M. Night Shamalyan.  I cannot enjoy any of his films.  He is too overrated.

I LOVE his movies and will see anything he makes.  Lady in the Water was definitely not his best, but it was still interesting.  I think he's one of the most original writers and directors out there. yes.gif

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 06:58 AM

QUOTE (rushgoober @ Apr 2 2007, 06:41 AM)
QUOTE (The Owl @ Apr 1 2007, 11:22 PM)
Tim Burton's stuff is all alright with me (other than the Planet of the Apes remake, awful film), but the most overrated film maker in hollywood is M. Night Shamalyan.  I cannot enjoy any of his films.  He is too overrated.

I LOVE his movies and will see anything he makes.  Lady in the Water was definitely not his best, but it was still interesting.  I think he's one of the most original writers and directors out there. yes.gif

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He's our Hitchcock.




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