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Old 12-27-2005, 04:36 PM   #11
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Children of the Corn, tops my list.
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Old 12-27-2005, 05:06 PM   #12
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Anything with "Silent Bob." We started watching "Silent Bob and Jay Strike Back," and literally every other word was the "F" word. We turned it off after 5 to 10 agonizing minutes. We also started watching "Constantine," not realizing Silent Bob was in that also. Same thing, the "F" word made up most of the script. James traded Constantine in, but the other one he just smashed the DVD up because he didn't want anyone else to see it. It was that bad. Also the newest version of Peter Pan. We got about 15 minutes into it and almost died of boredom, so we turned it off and traded it in.

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Old 12-27-2005, 05:20 PM   #13
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Children of the Corn, tops my list.

Loved it when I was a teenager...
tried to watch it a year or two ago and couldn't.
It was too yucky.
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:07 PM   #14
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I saw King Kong yesterday. Liked the original and liked this remake, but the movie was way to long, a litle over 3 hours.
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:57 PM   #15
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Return to Neverland is the @!#$!!%$ movie ever (don't know what I typed. It is just symbols)!

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Old 12-27-2005, 07:19 PM   #16
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Did anyone ever see "Picnic at Ayers Rock"?. It's an Australian flick, released in the US in about 1979. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry or throw something at the screen or just leave the cinema. It seemed like the film was supposed to be arty, but whoever made it was trying way too hard. The cliches in there were so obvious I was embarrassed for the director. The fact that I remember it 25 years later though, hmmmmm, says something, doesn't it?

Next was "Time Bandits". Too weird for me. Oy Vey!

More recently, "The Notebook". I think I'm too old and jaded. Puh-lease! My daughters and all their friends Adored this movie, and, almost like when they were 3 years old and couldn't get enough of Barney, watched it 20 times in succession.
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Old 12-27-2005, 08:35 PM   #17
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Moulin Rouge. Whats her name looks great though. The sets and directing were good. But the singing..... especially a U2 song put this thing over the top.
Lord of the Rings. I know, I know. It wasnt BAD..... but I fell asleep. I just wasnt into it.
American Beauty. Its sick. Just didnt enjoy any of it except the acting.
Big Fish. HORRIBLE!!!
Kill Bill 1&2: I like Tarintino a lot but I didnt like these.
Back to the Future 2: there was no ending!!!!
Sideways: just borring. I watched 2 guys lives, and I hated each of them.
Garden State: Two GREAT actors!!! HUUUUUUGE let down. Just plain stupid.
The Omega Code: I believe in the Bible. The movies is about the Book of Revelations, but this HAS to be one of the worst directed and worst acted movie I have seen. Really.

Barbara im with you. Silent 'Bob' is soooooooo horrible and sooooooooo unfunny I rate them the worst 'comedies' ever. EVER!!!!
Vegas Vacation: Same jokes done over and over and over.
Cabin Boy: .......
The Ladies Man: oh man. So, so bad.
Speed 2: unwatchable
Paycheck: watchable BARELY.
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Flintstones: Viva Rock Vegas: PURE torture
City Slickers 2: very bad
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Rocky 5: worse than a made-for-TV movie
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Caddyshack 2
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Grease 2: Dear God.... WHY???
Mars Attacks!
Superman 3 & 4
The Sweetest Thing: 12 year old HAD to write this.
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Did I hear somewhere that they were making another ROCKY movie?

ICK!
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Old 12-29-2005, 09:59 AM   #19
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If I had to pay to see movies I would have been very upset after seeing The Cave this year.

IMHO, though, there are very few truly bad movies. Even the bad ones can be quite fun.
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Even the bad ones can be quite fun.
You have a point there... like all those American Pie series, how silly and pointless and I would never make a film like that if I could, but I must confess I laughed a lot while watching them, too
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