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Postby moonwolf2024 » Sun Jan 12, 2014 9:31 pm

View Original PostDataprime wrote:Also that Waterworld movie with Kevin Costner is total crap.
talk about a bad movie. I even hated it as a kid.


Oh yeah. This was a piece of shit. Totally awful. It was basically the water version of Mad Max.


I'm gonna add Dreamcatcher to this list. It was suppose to be scary but all I could do was laugh.
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Postby delispin25 » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:49 pm

View Original Postmoonwolf2024 wrote:I'm gonna add Dreamcatcher to this list. It was suppose to be scary but all I could do was laugh.

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Postby Chuckman » Sun Jan 12, 2014 11:10 pm

The scariest thing about Dreamcatcher is that Stephen King's editor let him publish a book about psychic ass worms.
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Postby child of Lilith » Mon Jan 13, 2014 4:22 am

The shit weasels you mean?
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Postby Gorbatschow » Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:35 am

View Original PostChuckman wrote:The scariest thing about Dreamcatcher is that Stephen King's editor let him publish a book about psychic ass worms.


Oh Stephen King, why is he so popular ?

Another one for my list: Movie 43, I really don't know why I was watching it, or what I excepted, but this was just wrong.
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Postby moonwolf2024 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 12:40 am

View Original PostGorbatschow wrote:Oh Stephen King, why is he so popular ?



You must not have seen Misery or The Stand. Those were awesome.


Speaking of 2012...I loved that movie and I love John Cusack. My only regret is that I didn't see it in the theaters
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Postby Blue Monday » Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:25 am

View Original PostGorbatschow wrote:Oh Stephen King, why is he so popular?

Come on man, are you serious? You must've read It or The Stand at least (going by what I've seen you say in other threads). Granted, a few of his titles have a schlock-horror or pulp quality to them but the man is a fucking fantastic writer. He's allowed to indulge in the bizarre from time to time.

Actually, in my experience, it's usually the people who've never read one of his books that express that kind of sentiment - Even I was like that until my partner recommended The Stand to me many years ago.
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Postby Gorbatschow » Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:47 am

View Original PostBlue Monday wrote:Come on man, are you serious? You must've read It or The Stand at least.


I saw and read them and they were really, really good, but I don't get why he's kind of the god of authors. I read Misery, It, The Stand, The Shining, the green mile, of course the dark tower series and many others, just to name the ones I consider the best, but I can't see why he is so unbelievable liked. I may have chose the wrong words, what I wanted to say is, that he is unproportional famous IMO.
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Postby Atropos » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:34 am

Miami Connection. Like I've said before, there's no way to describe it other than Scott Pilgrim vs. the Room.

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Postby NemZ » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:45 am

View Original Postmoonwolf2024 wrote:I'm gonna add Dreamcatcher to this list. It was suppose to be scary but all I could do was laugh.


YES. That movie was just start to finish awful, and not even in that bad-good way either.
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Postby Joy Evangelion » Fri Jan 17, 2014 4:42 pm

View Original PostAtropos wrote:Miami Connection. Like I've said before, there's no way to describe it other than Scott Pilgrim vs. the Room.


While your suggestion is valid, judging from the one minute I watched of that eight minute clip, Miami Connection looks like it'd be a fun movie to watch with friends when there's nothing else to do. :tongue: ^_^
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Postby Chuckman » Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:05 pm

View Original PostGorbatschow wrote:Oh Stephen King, why is he so popular ?


When he was on drugs he was one of the most significant American writers of the twentieth century. Now, not so much.

King captures so much Americana it's hard to put it all into words. His 70's and 80's work is the essence of the American zeitgeist of the era, and he weaves it into universal themes of loss and growing up and mortality. All of his major works are about saying goodbye to childhood and adolescence and seeing them fondly while remembering just how bad some things were during the golden age of the 50's-60's.

It's complex, because he shows how we threw out some of the good with the bad and there's no getting it back.
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Postby Atropos » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:01 pm

View Original PostJoy Evangelion wrote:While your suggestion is valid, judging from the one minute I watched of that eight minute clip, Miami Connection looks like it'd be a fun movie to watch with friends when there's nothing else to do. :tongue: ^_^

Well, yeah. If I were to say the worst movie I've ever seen that wasn't enjoyable to watch, I'd probably say Joe vs. the Volcano or something.

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Postby Stryker » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:32 pm

Meet the Spartans, probably.
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Postby thewayneiac » Sat Jan 18, 2014 11:42 am

View Original PostAtropos wrote:Miami Connection. Like I've said before, there's no way to describe it other than Scott Pilgrim vs. the Room.


Miami Connection is a hoot; it's like Miami Vice if the writers had been on LSD. Also, if you live here in Central Florida there's the fun of spotting familiar people and places. (There's an appearance by a guy who used to impersonate Andy Rooney in commercials for a local car dealer.)
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Postby Chainsaw Owl » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:25 pm

The Emperor. While far from being the worst movie I've seen, it was certainly one of the worst disappointments for a World War II buff like me. Ostensibly, it's a movie about General MacArthur's acceptance of Emperor Hirohito's surrender. MacArthur is played by Tommy Lee Jones, so expectations were pretty high.

Unfortunately it quickly devolves into cookie-cutter love story of all things. Tommy Lee Jones barely even gets enough screen-time to deserve being placed on the movie's box art.
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Postby Sleigh Lain Fish » Sun Feb 02, 2014 7:16 pm

I just saw Meet the Millers (on a glowing recommendation ha), and that may be a contender..
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Postby Squigsquasher » Tue Mar 25, 2014 7:04 am

I Am Number Four is definitely a contender. Goddamnit that film was terrible.

It's the story of some guy who's actually an alien hiding on Earth from some evil aliens that want his entire species dead. The best way I could describe it is Twilight but with aliens instead of sparkly vampires and more of a focus on the guy. Predictably, the "good" aliens were just normal white people with special glowy powers, whilst the "bad" aliens actually looked, well, alien. Why can't we have a movie about a perky 4-armed 6-breasted red-skinned 3-eyed Amazonian alien chick with vagina denata and an instatiable appetite for pork rinds as a protagonist, fleeing from a group of Aryan supremacists (human or otherwise)?

The acting was shit, the effects were dull, the story was boring, the characters were extremely generic, the ending is a sappy mess, and despite being produced by Michael Bay there is a crippling lack of explosions and hot women.

Also, the DVD (which was given to me by my school) still had the security tage attached. Either it was acquired through dubious means or the gods of cinema were trying to tell me not to watch it. Probably both.
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Postby movieartman » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:16 pm

Attack of the 50ft Woman (1958)

Of larger budget films that could have actually been something: Batman & Robin (1997), that said I haven't seen the 2015 Fantastic Four or Halle Berry's Catwoman so that may change.

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Postby EvaChero » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:48 pm

For me personally....it is "UltraViolet"....I love me some Milla Jovovich but holy sphincter noodles its bad...just bad

from kids coming out of suitcases, to a society so far in the future there is no written english and yet the police

are driving around in 93 Ford Crown Victorias, to moody leather pants that changes color quicker than 70's Jewelry

and and...vampires and I dunno I've tried to delete any and all brain cells pertaining to this steaming pile of baby ruth

floaters with the strongest synapse erasers I could find (mostly beer). If I'm remembering this olfactory odor incorrectly

than I apologize heartily...Your Mileage May Vary. :emogendo:
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