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Old 05-16-2007, 10:28 AM   #76
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I don't understand why anyone could say Casablanca is one of the worst movies of all time, I mean, I'm not the biggest fan of it either, despite the fact it has a bunch of my favourite actors in it, but is it really that bad? Overrated? For sure. But... can you really compare this to this?
Most movies can simply be bad but when you go for a few steps below epic and fail, you become much worse than a simply bad film. Casablance is a terrible film dressed as a masterpeice. I think when you raise the scales a bad film rises up to the top in the worst category.
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Old 05-16-2007, 11:21 AM   #77
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bad movies that come to mind : Babel, Crash,
and things I got stuck watching with friends
: break up, family stone

I avoid things such as : Dude Where's My Car, FaceOff, Pearl Harbor, Blades of Glory etc etc
because I trust my instinct that the movies will suck and be a waste of time.
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Old 05-16-2007, 11:40 AM   #78
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One particular movie came to mind this morning:

The Terminal with Tom Hanks
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One particular movie came to mind this morning:

The Terminal with Tom Hanks
What a terrible ending. I liked the whole jazz thing but the film should have been a short.
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The Upside of Anger. What a snooze-fest. Nothing about that movie was even remotely interesting or worthy of watching.
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Bewitched With Nicole Kidman.
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Old 05-17-2007, 11:00 AM   #84
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Yup! That's the movie that I fell asleep in.
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The Matrix was pretty abysmal
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The Matrix was pretty abysmal
This is the only other movie I've ever fell asleep in. I've tried watching it since, because my hubby loves it so much, but I just don't get it. However, I don't think that this makes it one of the worst movies of all time. I know that it's just a personal choice that I don't like it and that alot of people think that it's one of the best movies of all time.
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Has nobody here seen MST3K? I'm surprised nobody agreed with me on Manos!
Have you been to www.rifftrax.com ? They did the first two Star Wars movies (the bad ones).

Manos was bad, but personally I think the Coleman Francis movies were worse - Red Zone Cuba, Attack of the Moon Beast.
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I think I would say Dawn of the Dead. But it was some years ago now since I saw it.
But Vanilla Sky is very bad too. And Sin City wasn't that good either.
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I can add a recent one to the list. Blades of Glory. movie with funny moments but not an overall funny movie.
"The night is a very dark time for me." Some good lines...I thought it had its moments.


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How funny. I like Vanilla Sky.

I thought it was dark and weird...in other words, great
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Blades of Glory was a disappointment to me as well, but I don't think it was horrible. It was just there.

It was someone writing a Will Ferrell movie for Will Ferrell, not Ferrell writing for himself like he did in Anchorman and Talladega.

Plus, Jon Heder's not funny. Please hollywood casting directors, stop casting him in movies you want to be funny.
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