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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by conchis, Aug 24, 2007.
I start with
Lost City by andy garcia
They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
(actually it is good, but so depressing)
Where do I start? Off the top of my head I guess I will go with "Showgirls".
The Da Vinci Code by ron howard
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation
Transformers (Michael Bay version)
The Fast and the Furious
2 Fast 2 Furious
Star Trek V
X-Men 3 (more because they soiled a great franchise than because it was a bad movie)
The Blair Witch Project
Jurassic Park 2
From Dusk Til Dawn
The Accidental Tourist
Bad Boys II
NineInch....I liked Shark Tale and Ice Age, but your others are bad!
I would add to mine:
Nothing But Trouble with Dan Akroyd and Demi Moore
Legally Blonde 2
Charlies Angels 2
You took mine but I think I have one better...
Desperately Seeking Susan.
To quote Ozzy Osbourne, "Bloody piece of piss."
These are some of my least-favorite "A" movies that I have seen:
Men in Black, ConAir, Pearl Harbor, Godzilla, The Fast and the Furious (all of them), Star Trek V and IV, Hostel, Hostel II, The Patriot, Jurassic Park (all of them), From Dusk Til Dawn, Shark Tale, Ice Age, Happy Feet, Bad Boys, Bad Boys II, Face Off, Jaws (all of them), E.T., Gremlins, Gone With the Wind, Easy Rider, One, Harley Davidson & the Marlboro Man, Eric Brokovich, Blues Brothers (all of them), Risky Business, Cocktail, Top Gun, Howard the Duck, Psycho (all of them), Hook, Dune (all of them), Moulin Rouge!, Dirty Dancing, Patch Adams, Awakenings, Bicentennial Man, K-PAX, Life as a House , The Majestic, Joe Somebody, Snow Dogs, Miss Congeniality, I Am Sam, Tin Cup, Cutthroat Island, The Reaping, Cheaper by the Dozen, Daddy Day Camp, The Mask, Son of the Mask, Epic Movie, Battlefield Earth, Police Academy (all of them), White Noise, Stealth, Alone in the Dark, Electra, Oceans # (all of them), Glitter, Beverly Hills Cop (all of them), Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Look Whos Talking (all of them), Bonfire Of The Vanities, Kangaroo Jack, Scooby Doo, Crossroads, Little Man, Garfield, Sphere
Also all Tim Allen, Adam Sandler (except Punch Drunk Love), Pauly Shore, Rob Schneider, Kathleen Turner, Rene Russo, Kevin Kostner, James Woods, Al Pacino movies.
that detestable french Amelie movie
Dead Poets Society - who wants to watch a lot of over privileged whiners
Good Will Hunting - he's an underachiever, so what.
Pretty Woman - I can't stand Julia Roberts and can't understand why anyone would find her attractive, she looks like the wide mouthed prince from Sesame Street, catch her in Mary O'Reilly, that's how she really looks without an hours worth of slap on.
Citizen Kane - most often chosen as no 1 film of all time by critics, I started watching it and it was just blah blah blah
The Blair Witch Project - anyone who found this scary must have existed on a tv diet of The Teletubbies and The Muppets
Toys starring robin williams
Any thing with Robin Williams
In a word- ISHTAR with Dustin Hoffman.
I think Amelie is wonderful....
but I hated:
Sin City (stylistically interesting but offensive)
The Road to Perdition (I know the title should have given it away, but man, that was depressing)
Date Movie (I wasn't expecting much but it was so bad I nearly cried)
The Wedding Planner (I was cajoled into seeing it by some friends who liked Dawson's Creek... I should never have trusted their taste)
Kramer vs. Kramer because it broke my heart.
I also love it.
I hate you. I loved all of these movies. LOL!!!
Anyway, movies I hated:
The Lion King
Throw Mama From the Train
The Meteor Man
Denzel Washington movies before and after Training Day (except Glory)
Halle Berry movies...period.
Adventures In Babysitting
Tales from the Crypt presents: Demon Night (another Halle Berry movie)
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Scary Movie 3
That one movie with Tom Hanks, Madonna, Rosie O'Donnel, and Geena Davis...the softball movie. It sucked ass.
Anything horror. I chicken out of them, and I confess: They give me nightmares, and fears before going to bed.
Anything overly intellectual: A movie that has more dialog than acting just enervates me. This includes movies depicting bad childhoods, and bad teenage years.
Any movie in which a teenage pop singer is the main character.
Any Given Sunday (except for the locker room shower scene YyyeeaaH!)
My favorite movie is : Closer