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Thread: Worst movie you've ever seen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fin_Frenzy_84 View Post
    Star Trek tops everything lol worst movie ever
    Lulz....Yeah..It was pretty bad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ih8brady View Post
    I think that's a lame cover-up, kind of like getting turned down by the hottest girl in high school and then saying, "Well, I didn't really want to go to prom anyways." His last three films have all been duds and progressively worse. More egregious is the fact that his acting roles(not mere background cameos) are increasing in prominence when he is a geeky looking dweeb with no presence or talent whatsoever. Who told him he could act?
    I agree, I don't think M. Knight is that crafty. Although, I watched it again with the view that it was intentional and satirical and I laughed my head off. When viewed in that light, the movie isn't that bad.
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    Mamma-Mia. . this film should be burned. . every copy in existance along with the original, scoop up all the ashes, microwave them and relight them and then scatter the ashes on the moon. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by syborg View Post
    Mamma-Mia. . this film should be burned. . every copy in existance along with the original, scoop up all the ashes, microwave them and relight them and then scatter the ashes on the moon. .


    My fiance made me go see it. I'll never ever get over the fact that James Bond was in a musical....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post


    My fiance made me go see it. I'll never ever get over the fact that James Bond was in a musical....
    I know man. . I feel the pain. . James Bond on a cliff top singing to Meryl streep. . an Abba song. .how did this film will acclaim and awards. . who did they pay for those. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinFrenzy View Post
    The postman needs to be added ohh and my wife talked me into going to the movies to watch random hearts harrison ford flick........wow did that stink people actually started leaving...we did too.
    If you want to add a Costner flick, fine... add Waterworld... but the Postman gets a much worse reputation than it deserves... it is pretentious and overly long, but it also a watchable movie...
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    Quote Originally Posted by poornate View Post
    If you want to add a Costner flick, fine... add Waterworld... but the Postman gets a much worse reputation than it deserves... it is pretentious and overly long, but it also a watchable movie...
    Agreed. In the pantheon of "bad" Waterworld belongs higher than The Postman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poornate View Post
    I think horror movies should be removed from consideration here... so many are intentionally made bad...

    Kinda like Army of Darkness???

    Terribile horror flick, hilarious movie...
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    I like both "The Postman" and "Waterworld". I wouldn't list them as all time favorite Costner flix, but they were both enjoyable to watch in my opinion....

    Vantage Point / Dark Knight take the crown for me. I hated both of those movies....

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordfish54 View Post
    I agree, I don't think M. Knight is that crafty. Although, I watched it again with the view that it was intentional and satirical and I laughed my head off. When viewed in that light, the movie isn't that bad.

    True. Then again movies like Troll 2 or Ed Wood's Plan 9 from Outter Space are funny on their own (or mocking ala mst3k) but that just proves what dolts the directors/producers/cast were.
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