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curl-6 said:
Wright said:

Out of curiosity, you should see the Spanish movie that was the ground for the Vanilla Sky remake, Abre los Ojos.

Agreed, the original is fantastic and leagues ahead of the crappy remake.

Totally agree too, Abre los ojos is miles better than Vainilla Sky



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Uncharted 1, 2 - gave up after those.



SvennoJ said:

There are probably lots of bad movies I've gladly forgotton yet this one I remember
Rollerball 2002 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0246894/

Worst remake ever.

Yea, the original had some cool stuff and worthy of a good remake.  To bad.

For me I'd have to say, "The House of the Spirit" so many great actors, but it was just creepy and bad.

I also hated "The Fifth Element."  While it did have some good ideas, I just thought the premise and punch line were things even 5th grade boys would reject.



 

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Zappykins said:

I also hated "The Fifth Element."  While it did have some good ideas, I just thought the premise and punch line were things even 5th grade boys would reject.

Thank you! I could never fathom why that cringeworthy film gets so much love.



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I would sayThe Last Airbender but techniquelly I still haven't seen it despite how I know how bad it is already. Like, i've known how awful it was ever since it came out so i've never felt the need to actually watch the movie because it seemed pointless when I already know it's a disgrace. They couldn't even do simple things like pronounce the damn names right. It's AANG not UUNG.

Sharkboy and Lavagirl is one of the cringiest and dumbest movies I think i've ever seen as well. Like, if you asked me to tell you a summary of that movie I would have no idea what to tell you nor would it make any sense.



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Zappykins said:
SvennoJ said:

There are probably lots of bad movies I've gladly forgotton yet this one I remember
Rollerball 2002 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0246894/

Worst remake ever.

Yea, the original had some cool stuff and worthy of a good remake.  To bad.

For me I'd have to say, "The House of the Spirit" so many great actors, but it was just creepy and bad.

I also hated "The Fifth Element."  While it did have some good ideas, I just thought the premise and punch line were things even 5th grade boys would reject.

Aww, Fith element was one of my favorite movies for a while. Influenced a bit by the new fancy digital surround system in my local cinema (opera scene sounded like I never thought a cinema could sound like) but it was also a cheesy fun very French movie. I also enjoyed Lucy for what it was, silly fun. Luc Besson has made far better movies, yet also more boring ones like The messenger.
Anyway for me any Transformer movie ranks way below the 5th element. The hell is up with that.



SvennoJ said:
Zappykins said:

Yea, the original had some cool stuff and worthy of a good remake.  To bad.

For me I'd have to say, "The House of the Spirit" so many great actors, but it was just creepy and bad.

I also hated "The Fifth Element."  While it did have some good ideas, I just thought the premise and punch line were things even 5th grade boys would reject.

Aww, Fith element was one of my favorite movies for a while. Influenced a bit by the new fancy digital surround system in my local cinema (opera scene sounded like I never thought a cinema could sound like) but it was also a cheesy fun very French movie. I also enjoyed Lucy for what it was, silly fun. Luc Besson has made far better movies, yet also more boring ones like The messenger.
Anyway for me any Transformer movie ranks way below the 5th element. The hell is up with that.

Well it did have some good sound and special effects.

Chris Tuckers performance for me was a terrible punishment for something for which I don't know I've even done.  I was too embarred, but I wanted to crawl out of the theatre over people.  For years I would 'boo' him whenever he was in a trailer (I wasn't the only one either.) 

I was so mad that 2 hours of my life were taken by the movie.  It was kind of embarassing when I learned the people I saw it with liked it.  I didn't think that was  possible.

But like I said, had some great elements, like the guiding bullets and the delivery chineese food.



 

Really not sure I see any point of Consol over PC's since Kinect, Wii and other alternative ways to play have been abandoned. 

Top 50 'most fun' game list coming soon!

 

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Zappykins said:

Well it did have some good sound and special effects.

Chris Tuckers performance for me was a terrible punishment for something for which I don't know I've even done.  I was too embarred, but I wanted to crawl out of the theatre over people.  For years I would 'boo' him whenever he was in a trailer (I wasn't the only one either.) 

I was so mad that 2 hours of my life were taken by the movie.  It was kind of embarassing when I learned the people I saw it with liked it.  I didn't think that was  possible.

But like I said, had some great elements, like the guiding bullets and the delivery chineese food.

Haha, I loved Ruby Rhod! Chris Tucker was so annoyingly awesome, taking it way over the top. I can see how it can be too much. Personally I could never stand Jim Carrey until I saw him in Man on the moon. Nowadays I can stomach Dumb and dumber and I have even bought the Truman show in a sale. (hated it when I first saw it cause of him)



Zappykins said:

I also hated "The Fifth Element."  While it did have some good ideas, I just thought the premise and punch line were things even 5th grade boys would reject.

 

curl-6 said:

Thank you! I could never fathom why that cringeworthy film gets so much love.

 

You guys hatin' on one of my favourite movies ever. :(



Wright said:
Zappykins said:

I also hated "The Fifth Element."  While it did have some good ideas, I just thought the premise and punch line were things even 5th grade boys would reject.

 

curl-6 said:

Thank you! I could never fathom why that cringeworthy film gets so much love.

 

You guys hatin' on one of my favourite movies ever. :(

If it's any consolation, I know the feeling; I can't even watch some of my favourite movies with friends as they'd tear them to shreds. XD



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