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Old 05-11-2007, 01:18 PM   #16
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Battlefield Earth.

Oh god did that suck!
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Old 05-11-2007, 01:22 PM   #17
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Battlefield Earth was so bad it was kind of good in the "look at this piece of shit, can you believe someone allowed this to be made" sense...

This reminds me of Dungeons & Dragons, did anyone see that crap-fest?

Awful, simply awful. I'm surprised Jeremy Irons didn't choke on the scenes he was chewing and Thora Birch (sp?) as a princess? Not to mention Marlon Waynes as a street-wise, smart talking thief...
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Old 05-11-2007, 01:30 PM   #18
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I Heart Huckabees (Bored me to tears)

Last House On The Left

Dude Where's My Car

The Check Is In the Mail

Happy Feet (Really failing to see what is so great about this movie. Left when it was not even to the halfway point)

WaterWorld

Edited to add the one that I can't believe I forgot to list

Freddy vs Jason
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Old 05-11-2007, 02:00 PM   #19
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And I also liked Vanilla Sky and Life Aquatic but I know I'm in the minority there.
Well, if you're in the minority then I'm right there with you! I loved both those films.


The ONLY movie I have ever walked out on was called "A Pyromaniac's Love Story". It was so god awful boring. I've stayed through every other movie, though whoever mentioned Van Helsing was dead on; I SHOULD'VE walked out on that movie!!!
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Old 05-11-2007, 02:18 PM   #20
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Tarzan: The Legend of Greystroke
Batman and Robin
Battlefield Earth
Baby Geniuses
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Old 05-11-2007, 02:26 PM   #21
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The only movie I've ever walked out on was Cheaper By the Dozen. I knew the way it was going to end one quarter into the film and that was enough for me!
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Casablanca. I love black and white movies but the film is tedious and boring beyond belief.
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Old 05-11-2007, 03:41 PM   #23
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Good call on Batman and Robin. Is that the with George Clooney and Arnold Schwarzenegger as that Ice man guy? If so, it was beyond awful and I actually fell asleep at the movie theater!
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Tarzan: The Legend of Greystroke
I was trying to think of the title of this. Unbelievably boring.
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Nothing But Trouble.

I think someone already mentioned this movie, just didn't know the name. John Candy, Demi Moore, Dan Ankroyd, Chevy Chase

I remember my family picking out this moving. Thinking if it had this many funny people, it had to be good.

We watched it together, and we threw up together.
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Good call on Batman and Robin. Is that the with George Clooney and Arnold Schwarzenegger as that Ice man guy? If so, it was beyond awful and I actually fell asleep at the movie theater!


i laughed hysterically through the whole thing at the sheer awfulness of it all.
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Hands down: Eraserhead!! ugh! Sorry David kelly...it's awful!!
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I was trying to think of the title of this. Unbelievably boring.


it was easily the most traumatic film experience of my life and i don't know why my father didn't take me out of the theater. i remember seeing the previews and got excited because, hey, it was Tarzan, so i thought there'd be cool vine swinging and stuff (i was, like, 5 or 6). and we went to see it and it was both boring and really graphic -- lots of dead apes, some killed by people, some by pumas, some by other apes -- and it was quite disturbing to an overly sensitive child such as myself. it was mean-spirited, too.

it was on TV the other day and i watched a little bit and it was just as awful and gross and boring as i remember.
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only one comes to mind off the top of my head

Dr. T & The Women (Richard Gere)

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oh, man, how could i forget!



i loved how her heart "sickness" gave her special powers!

and how she made a living by making and selling reallly ugly hats and she was somehow able to afford the coolest apartmetnt in Manhattan!
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