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Old 12-01-2009, 06:18 AM
 
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No need to get all mad. I was only stating what movies I seen and don't like at all. You can still watch it. What some find boring and lame, others might find interesting...
There has been much discussion on this forum about people posting ends of movies,many times newer ones. The MODS were nice enough to put the
hide/spoiler for us to use.
Though usually unintentional, It is very thoughtless to ruin movies for others.
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Old 12-01-2009, 07:49 AM
 
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Eyes Wide Shut - what a self indulgent piece of crap

Momma Mia - I'm still mad at my daughter in law for insisting I rent it.

Wild Hogs - hubby watched it and I heard him laughing. It came on again the following week and he assured me it was hysterical. It wasn't. Why John Travolta involves himself in crap like this is beyond me. It's hard to believe the same man who made movies like Pulp Fiction, Urban Cowboy, Michael...would lower himself to these standards.

Every Which Way but Loose - I walked out on it. Took me years before I'd see a Clint Eastwood film again.

Moulin Rouge - excruciating
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Old 12-01-2009, 09:25 AM
 
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Wild Hogs - hubby watched it and I heard him laughing. It came on again the following week and he assured me it was hysterical. It wasn't. Why John Travolta involves himself in crap like this is beyond me. It's hard to believe the same man who made movies like Pulp Fiction, Urban Cowboy, Michael...would lower himself to these standards.
Yeah, but remember he also did Battlefield Earth and was in Look Who's Talking Now. Maybe neither is as bad as they're claimed to be, and that BE could be seen as a religious choice, but they're not exactly masterpieces. He's long been a bit uneven in the roles he picks.
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Old 12-01-2009, 11:22 AM
 
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"Dungeons and Dragons" is my vote for worst movie ever.
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Old 12-01-2009, 11:38 AM
 
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No need to get all mad. I was only stating what movies I seen and don't like at all. You can still watch it. What some find boring and lame, others might find interesting...
It has nothing to do with finding it boring, lame or interesting. You gave away a pivotal plot point to a movie still in theaters. No one cares if you say "Rosebud was his sled" or "it was a dude the whole time" but don't talk about new movies the same way.


Have you heard of the term SPOILER ALERT? If not, please learn it.
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Old 12-02-2009, 01:08 PM
 
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hahaha, Battlefield Earth was a pretty bad one too...
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Old 12-02-2009, 03:29 PM
 
Location: Orange County, CA
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Dances With Wolves.As a history buff,rate this widely aclaimed multiple Oscar winning film as the worst historical film ever.So many historical errors and inaccuracies that will not view it even today,nearly 20 years after its initial release.
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Old 12-02-2009, 08:49 PM
 
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Dances With Wolves.As a history buff,rate this widely aclaimed multiple Oscar winning film as the worst historical film ever.So many historical errors and inaccuracies that will not view it even today,nearly 20 years after its initial release.
If you are a history buff and appreciate accuracy, please dont rent "One Million Years BC". It was horrid.
The Flintstones were even more accurate then this.
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Old 12-03-2009, 12:34 AM
 
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If you are a history buff and appreciate accuracy, please dont rent "One Million Years BC". It was horrid.
The Flintstones were even more accurate then this.
Another awful, un-historical one..."Marie Antoinette".

Beautiful set design and costumes, but ripe with historical innaccuracies. And the modern-day music was out of place as well. Too bad because a lot couldv'e been done with this one. Sophia Coppola...even though she's the daughter of a famed director it doesn't make her a good one.
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Old 12-03-2009, 06:34 AM
 
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Another awful, un-historical one..."Marie Antoinette".

Beautiful set design and costumes, but ripe with historical innaccuracies. And the modern-day music was out of place as well. Too bad because a lot couldv'e been done with this one. Sophia Coppola...even though she's the daughter of a famed director it doesn't make her a good one.
I agree, beautiful movie to look at,costumes,set,locations, all amazing. Its too bad because there could have been a fabulous movie in that story, it just wasnt this one. If you saw Sophia in Godfather 3, you see she doesnt have an acting gene either.

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