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Old 08-09-2007, 01:02 PM   #106
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The Black Dahlia was terrible. What was up with Hilary Swank's accent? The family's supposed to be from LA and she's doing some bad Katherine Hepburn, East Coast heiress thing. Awful.

And I couldn't finish it so I know it doesn't fully count in this listing, but Malcolm McLaren's "The Great Rock 'n Roll Swindle" is one of the worst things committed to film. Shows what happens when someone with too much time, too much ego, too much money and too little talent makes a film. Horrid.
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I didn't make it far enough into the Black Dahlia to even see Hilary Swank! That's how bad it was.
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I didn't make it far enough into the Black Dahlia to even see Hilary Swank! That's how bad it was.
My brother and sister-in-law walked out of it. I caught most of it at home when my mom rented it so had the opportunity to walk in and out as I pleased.

And Black Dahlia reminds me, Josh Hartnett is a terrible, terrible, terrible actor. He needs to stop being hired for anything ever.
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And Black Dahlia reminds me, Josh Hartnett is a terrible, terrible, terrible actor. He needs to stop being hired for anything ever.
Agreed.
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So sue me.


Ben Stiller = OVERRATED
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Old 08-09-2007, 03:19 PM   #111
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And Black Dahlia reminds me, Josh Hartnett is a terrible, terrible, terrible actor. He needs to stop being hired for anything ever.

What?

Surely he won an oscar for this role?

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I can't stand Josh Hartnett, either.

And I thought I was alone in hating Meet the Parents. I cannot stand that humilation humor kind of thing.

I did get a slight kick out of Babs Streisand and Dustin Hoffman as the parents in Meet the Fockers, but the movie was just more of the same.
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Meet The Parents at least has some semblanse of intelligent filmmaking to it.

Watching Meet The Fockers was like getting my skull broken by a retarded orangutang. But it was still way better than Gone Fishin'.
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Old 08-10-2007, 03:50 PM   #115
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This wins as I actually paid money to go see it after reading a review that compared the humour level to Toy Story.



They were wrong.

Some of these other pics have been surprising. I really enjoyed The Straight Story (not at all your typical Lynch but that doesn't make it bad, check out The Elephant Man), as well as Starship Troopers and Meet the Parents. The only redeeming feature in Fockers though was Dustin Hoffman.
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Yeah, I gotta jump in and defend Meet The Parents too. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it surely isn't the WORST movie that anybody's ever seen. It's not like it was painfully slow or the script was awful. I think that person just has an extreme dislike for Ben Stiller.
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Now I'm going to sue U2democrat, I liked Meet the Parents and Meet the Focker's and I liked Starship Troopers too
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Undercover Brother was pretty terrible.

I remember vividly watching it and waiting for it to get funny and it never getting funny.
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I can't stand Josh Hartnett, either.
He couldn't act his way out of a paper bag. He has one of the worst lines ever in movie history. I know he didn't write it but it doesn't matter to me.

Pearl Harbor. He on a phone, under a desk or something and he says to the perosn on the line:

"I think World War II just started!"

I shudder just thinking about it.
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Oh, the classic Pearl Harbor starring my two favorite actors ever: Josh Hartnett and Ben Affleck.

It's also directed by the immortal Michael Bay... good times all around.
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