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Old 12-26-2005, 11:09 PM   #1
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Bad, bad Movies!

Ok..... I dont think we have talked about this in a year.
What are the movies that sucked money and time out of your life that you wish you had back?

What are YOUR picks for the worst movies you have ever seen?!

I cant wait to see everyones choices!!

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Old 12-26-2005, 11:15 PM   #2
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Sushi...do you mean THIS year, or in all of (my) history?
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Old 12-26-2005, 11:20 PM   #3
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Any year Brick. If you have a list of 'em, lets see it!
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Old 12-26-2005, 11:31 PM   #4
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Recently...Mr and Mrs Smith
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Old 12-27-2005, 03:50 AM   #5
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Face Off - I think I will never watch any John Woo Film again... I was sooo lucky I didnt had to pay for that...

Scream was so unrealistic and with a stupid story.

Death becomes her

and anything with Leslie Nielsen
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:12 AM   #6
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Aw come on Cara... Mr. Nielsen is not that bad... I wouldn't say he should have won any academy awards, but he always make me laugh my a off! Well I admit you need to appreciate certain kind of silly humour to enjoy him though... but I like him!!

As for sucky films I ever seen there are so many I wouldn't know where to begin, but if I pick one from my recent memory, it would be the Tom Cruise version of War of the World... that was, really, a waste of time and gazillion of $$$$...
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:23 AM   #7
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Licia, that is not the kind of humor I like, don`t ask me why.... I can't laugh about that.... I just get bored
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Now that I know I can include ALL movies, not just this year's...

Actually, this year I didn't see any movies (at the cinema) that I thought were godawful. WoTW wasn't all it was hyped to be, but it was entertaining. Fantastic Four was just what I expected: kind of silly, kind of funny, with great special effects.

Star Wars Episode 3 was a must-see, of course, because I've waited almost 30 years for the "final installment". Excellent movie; would have been better if they'd left out most of the dialogue from that Hayden Christensen kid. Just hack him up already, and put him in the Vader suit! That's what we all paid to see!

Getting back on-topic...some of the "worstest" movies I have ever had the displeasure of viewing include: Batman and Robin, in which Ah-nuld Schwarzeneggar plays Mister Freeze. Please, Arnie...I like you, but if they're paying you twenty billion dollars to make a film, you could at least TRY.

Inspector Gadget, with Matthew Broderick. Once again: Matt, I think you're mighty talented...what the h*** were you thinking?

And speaking of Mr. Broderick, how about Godzilla? The effects were cool, but you know what the best thing about that movie was? The TV commercials for Taco Bell (with the little dog saying "here, lizard lizard lizard"). THOSE were hilarious!

I could probably come up with a few hundred more, if I sat & thought about it for a while. But there's one movie that I'd like to give an Honorable Mention...The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Not a good movie at all really. But that didn't stop me from seeing it about 148 times (and bringing a squirt gun with me to the theater...and throwing toast at the screen...and dancing the Time Warp, and falling down on the floor. Nowadays, whenever I'm introduced to someone named Brad, I still have the urge to shout "HOLE!"). I do, however, love the soundtrack. Have the CD in my car!

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Old 12-27-2005, 04:15 PM   #9
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Attack of The Killer Tomatoes.

(basically anything b-rated)

White Chicks

Almost anything with Jim Carrey in it\


i'll have to think of more later. right now i'm blank
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does anybody know Marabunta??
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