What's the worst movie you have ever seen?

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Post by KUMITE » Sun Aug 18, 2002 1:49 pm

Papa, you are not alone in that thinking. As a matter of fact, time is starting to put an ass kicking on her :no:



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Post by boat » Thu Aug 22, 2002 8:10 am

Ugh! Bulletproof, with Adam Sandler and Damon Wayons.... :sleeping:

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Post by KUMITE » Thu Aug 22, 2002 2:27 pm

Drouid's was damn awful. Christopher Lambert was in it. Well now that I think of it, anything hes in pretty much sucks :splat:


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Post by [NME]Myth » Sat Aug 24, 2002 10:27 am

Undisputed. Barrrfffff.

I knew the plot would suck, but was hoping for some good fights. NOPE. It's basically an hour and a half hyping of the final fight which was a let down in and of itself.

Don't even wait for HBO on this one folks.

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Post by Drewbacca » Sat Aug 24, 2002 5:00 pm

Ya know, I thought with Robert Redford and Kristin Scott Thomas, I'd be watching a good movie, but please stop the madness! "The Horse Whisperer" was so boring! Shoot me!

I kept watching, thinking, it'll get better. NOT! Romantic, nope! A little humor, say what? Drama, there's more Drama in Will and Grace and that's a comedy!

Gonna make a movie called, "They Shoot Horse Whisperers, Don't They?"
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Post by Lori » Sat Aug 24, 2002 7:21 pm

I was warned away from, "A river RUns thru It" By some bleery eyed soul who was stuck for 2 hours in a theater with this thing running.
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Post by PsychoMissy » Mon Sep 09, 2002 12:28 am

95% of all British movies that I have seen are bad!!!!
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Post by Shaitan6 » Thu Sep 12, 2002 11:06 am

You just had to say British movies didn't you.... The main movie that I was going to list here is British, and it's got the most fitting name out of any movie ever!

BAD TASTE

If anybody tries to find this movie, GOOD LUCK. It took me 4 years to finally find it, and what I got was an even worse than original duplicate of it...

More recent bad movies....
AI: Artificial Intelligence
Thirteenth Floor
Sleepy Hollow (just about anything with Johnny Depp for that matter)

I'll have to think more to come up with some more.....this could take awhile :drinking:

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Post by Drewbacca » Thu Sep 12, 2002 1:15 pm

Okay, you like "The Abyss"? You like "Leviathan"? Maybe you like "Deep Star Six"? But please put me under if you want me to watch "Lords of the Deep"!

I convinced my friends to go see it with me. Yes, I paid! Doh! I paid the money and paid the price of utter boredom and looking stupid, majorly stupid. We left half way through and watched a Hulk Hogan movie instead. That was a bit better. :(


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Post by PapaNoel » Thu Sep 12, 2002 7:22 pm

AI - what a dissapointment...I thought it was pretty good, until the great popsicle part started...then it went right down the crapper... :(
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Post by Lori » Thu Sep 12, 2002 11:01 pm

I Want 2 hours of my life back after watching AI! THe ending sucked. Spielberg completely had a brain fart!

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Post by Hellish Furball » Thu Oct 24, 2002 3:35 pm

Queen of the Damned was a total rip off they ruined the whole freaking story... and tried to mix in some of 'The Vampire Lestat' a total rip off...

I was so angry after spending 10 hrs downloading it, then 2 more watching it.. The only good thing about the movie was the soundtrack and that is because they where allready composed by Stan Rice.

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Post by [NME]Myth » Thu Oct 24, 2002 5:46 pm

About what I would expect. I'm in the middle of downloading it now.

I really liked the 3 books after Interview, so I thought I'd see the movie anyways.

4 those that don't know but would like to, the books in chronological order are: Interview with the Vampire, Vampire Lestat, Queen of the Damned, and Tale of the Body Thief. All excellent if you like reading and vampires. Well Interview was a little slow, cause Louis is stupid and boring as a vampire. That's why that movie sucked.
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Post by Hellish Furball » Thu Oct 24, 2002 7:41 pm

Louis is a dreamer, and lives with in his dreams...
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Post by Lori » Thu Oct 24, 2002 11:16 pm

Hellish Furball wrote:Louis is a dreamer, and lives with in his dreams...



I wonder if Louis ever dreams of this : " :fist: "

I have nearly everything anne rice ever wrote.....Myth, Ever hear of the MAYFAIR witches?
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Post by Drewbacca » Fri Oct 25, 2002 12:53 am

Hmm... Witches of Eastwick?

Who are the Mayfair Witches?


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Post by [NME]Myth » Fri Oct 25, 2002 11:33 am

Mrs. Noel wrote:
Hellish Furball wrote:Louis is a dreamer, and lives with in his dreams...



I wonder if Louis ever dreams of this : " :fist: "

I have nearly everything anne rice ever wrote.....Myth, Ever hear of the MAYFAIR witches?


Isn't that a trilogy or something? I stopped reading her books when she turned Vampire fiction into boring theological snoozfest with Memnoch the Devil. :sleeping:

If they are her earlier books, I might check them out. Did she ever get back to the good stuff with the vampire books? Vampire Armand any good? Any others after/before that that I haven't mentioned?
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Post by Lori » Fri Oct 25, 2002 1:14 pm

[NME]Myth wrote:
Mrs. Noel wrote:
Hellish Furball wrote:Louis is a dreamer, and lives with in his dreams...



I wonder if Louis ever dreams of this : " :fist: "

I have nearly everything anne rice ever wrote.....Myth, Ever hear of the MAYFAIR witches?


Isn't that a trilogy or something? I stopped reading her books when she turned Vampire fiction into boring theological snoozfest with Memnoch the Devil. :sleeping:

If they are her earlier books, I might check them out. Did she ever get back to the good stuff with the vampire books? Vampire Armand any good? Any others after/before that that I haven't mentioned?





:angst: I am not going to spoil it for you. But the last book, of the Vampire trilogy, someone has the gonads to become a rock star. And it's like in the soap operas, someome is dead but keeps coming back! Got a match? Also, the guy who does the interview in the first book is in the last one. Kinda cool parts with him. :-?

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Post by [NME]Myth » Fri Oct 25, 2002 1:24 pm

I am not going to spoil it for you. But the last book, of the Vampire trilogy, someone has the gonads to become a rock star. And it's like in the soap operas, someome is dead but keeps coming back! Got a match? Also, the guy who does the interview in the first book is in the last one. Kinda cool parts with him.


Well I remember the rock star. I can't remember the interviewers' name. The rest is hazy. It has been many moons since I've read these (I plan on re-reading soon), and well...you know....:stone:... Go ahead and spoil it for me!!!!

Anyways, what does the Vampire Quadrupology :) have to do with Mayfair witches?
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Post by Lori » Fri Oct 25, 2002 3:35 pm

[NME]Myth wrote:
I am not going to spoil it for you. But the last book, of the Vampire trilogy, someone has the gonads to become a rock star. And it's like in the soap operas, someome is dead but keeps coming back! Got a match? Also, the guy who does the interview in the first book is in the last one. Kinda cool parts with him.


Well I remember the rock star. I can't remember the interviewers' name. The rest is hazy. It has been many moons since I've read these (I plan on re-reading soon), and well...you know....:stone:... Go ahead and spoil it for me!!!!

Anyways, what does the Vampire Quadrupology :) have to do with Mayfair witches?


Ok, ANNE RICE: the whole thing with the Mayfair witches is pretty cool. Some people who are haunted by a deviant specter...mystifying! Some tawdry sex...And ding dang if these books aren't in storage right now...But, read it...I think you'd find it interesting.

I liked Harlan Ellison growing up...Issac Asimov, the whole brat pack of sci fi / psychadellic / philosophy authors.
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