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post #19 of 127

Elektra - terrible script, terrible acting, just terrible

Daredevil - I don't even know where to start with this one.

The Hunger Games - I had really high hopes for this one after reading the books, but I thought it was a huge disappointment. The second was much better.

Home Alone 3 and 4 - just stop

Armageddon - the only thing that could make a scientifically impossible science-fiction film worse is a sappy love story. Well, that and Ben Affleck

post #20 of 127
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Haha, oops! Darn internet making the world too small. I was not expecting to run into someone who actually knew someone from one of these movies. 

 

My fault. I dunno why I didn't like it. I normally like Crystal and De Niro. Something about it, I can't explain. I haven't seen it in years, but my memory of it was really negative for some reason. 

 

No hard feelings though, obviously. You have to drag your soul through broken glass to get a real movie made, so respect to these folks for even trying. 

No worries.  We all have different tastes.  My wife loved Fargo, but I didn't.  I was probably in a bad mood when I saw it.

post #21 of 127
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Elektra - terrible script, terrible acting, just terrible

Daredevil - I don't even know where to start with this one.

The Hunger Games - I had really high hopes for this one after reading the books, but I thought it was a huge disappointment. The second was much better.

Home Alone 3 and 4 - just stop

Armageddon - the only thing that could make a scientifically impossible science-fiction film worse is a sappy love story. Well, that and Ben Affleck

Full agreement on those.

post #22 of 127
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Haha, oops! Darn internet making the world too small. I was not expecting to run into someone who actually knew someone from one of these movies. 

 

My fault. I dunno why I didn't like it. I normally like Crystal and De Niro. Something about it, I can't explain. I haven't seen it in years, but my memory of it was really negative for some reason. 

 

No hard feelings though, obviously. You have to drag your soul through broken glass to get a real movie made, so respect to these folks for even trying. 

No worries.  We all have different tastes.  My wife loved Fargo, but I didn't.  I was probably in a bad mood when I saw it.

 

Honestly, if I catch Analyze This on TV, I'll make a point to give it another chance, just because of this conversation. I may have been in a bad mood when I first saw it too who knows. I was only 16 when it came out, so it's plausible I got dumped by some mediocre girl that day or something :-D 

post #23 of 127
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Home Alone 3 and 4 - just stop

LOL ... I didn't even know those existed!  Just looked em up on imdb and see that they had nobody in them (unless Scarlett Johansen in 1997, and French Stewart count) so they were probably straight to video pieces of junk?

 

Home Alones 1 and 2 are great tho.  Especially 2 ... it's on, seemingly, every night this month on either ABC Family or Bravo or whatever, and it's a good place to leave it if nothing else is actually on. :)

post #24 of 127
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Home Alone 3 and 4 - just stop

LOL ... I didn't even know those existed!  Just looked em up on imdb and see that they had nobody in them (unless Scarlett Johansen in 1997, and French Stewart count) so they were probably straight to video pieces of junk?

 

Home Alones 1 and 2 are great tho.  Especially 2 ... it's on, seemingly, every night this month on either ABC Family or Bravo or whatever, and it's a good place to leave it if nothing else is actually on. :)

 

LOL. Home Alone 3 and 4. 

 

This was from Sunday's Family Guy episode. The setup and punchline have been edited out by the Youtube uploader, but somehow it's still kind of funny:

 

 

All that said, I admittedly love watching Home Alone 1 and 2 this time of year. 

 

OK, I've officially lost all credibility as a movie nazi now. :-P

post #25 of 127
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OK, I've officially lost all credibility as a movie nazi now. :-P

Not in my book! :beer:

post #26 of 127

Fargo was brilliant.

post #27 of 127
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Fargo was brilliant.

 

I've walked out of two movies in my life:

 

Fargo

and

Spaceballs

 

this revelations results in two responses - fully and wholeheartedly in agreement, or astonished and offended

 

(not so extreme with Fargo, but Spaceballs people are fanatics)

post #28 of 127
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I've walked out of two movies in my life:

 

Fargo

and

Spaceballs

 

this revelations results in two responses - fully and wholeheartedly in agreement, or astonished and offended

 

(not so extreme with Fargo, but Spaceballs people are fanatics)

I'm with Colin.

 

Fargo is one of the best movies of all time. ;)

post #29 of 127
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I'm with Colin.

Fargo is one of the best movies of all time. ;)

Agree as well!
post #30 of 127

I love a great dark comedy and Murray in that role, but for me the worst is Lost in Translation.

post #31 of 127
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I'm with Colin.

 

Fargo is one of the best movies of all time. ;)

 

I agree, Fargo was awesome. Coen Brothers are just movie gold, haven't been disappointed yet. 

 

The closest I ever come to walking out of a theater was for the movie, "Seven Pounds" with Will Smith. That was just a horrible mess. The movie was all over the place. 

 

Oh, I would put Peter Jacksons' King Kong in that one as well. Not every movie needs to be 4 hours long. That was horrible, I did take a nap during that movie :-D 

post #32 of 127

I've never walked out of a movie before, but the closest I came to was when I watched The Scorpion King. The movie was bad, not memorable (I don't even remember the story), and probably had the worst CG animation at the end when they animated The Rock as a scorpion. 

post #33 of 127
Lost in translation was awfully boring, but my worst film ever was "Blair witch project"
Apparently they made it on a budget of like $6k! That must have included the cameras, food and accommodation! I could have done better on an I phone!
post #34 of 127
I'm surprised by the lack of love for, "Lost in Translation". I though it was a great movie. Not as good as Spaceballs but still pretty good.
post #35 of 127

Gotta agree with the others on the Lost in Translation hate, and this is coming from a big Murray fan (a fan to a fault some might say). Not enough happened in the story for me to enjoy it. Plus, throw in all the praise it got and that's a recipe for my inner movie hipster to start chugging the haterade. 

 

Fargo rules, and so does Space Balls, but I respect another's right to hate the shit out of a movie... even Peter Griffin hating on the Godfather.

 

 

post #36 of 127
I liked Lost in Translation in bits, as a whole don't hate it, lukewarm. Liked the golf scene :) And where he's stuck on a runaway treadmill, and the prostitute, and the commercial shoot.

Blair Witch was meh, but don't hate it. It started the whole found footage genre, which is still going, like the recent Europa Report.

Lots of haterade for Tree of Life. I think I counted 10 walkouts when I saw it. Again, don't hate, lukewarm.

Now Pearl Harbor. Awful. Hate.
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