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Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Excape Goat, Nov 17, 2004.
On top of my head, Alamo.
would it be so bad if it weren't on top of your head?
Was The Haunted Mansion released in '03 or this year?
If it's this year then there's no reason to even discuss this any further.
I'm trying real hard to remember back when Eddie Murphy was actually funny....
Either Coffee and Cigarettes or Collateral.
Alien v's Predator.
While I didn't love this, I'm surprised that you hated it!
I think Jarmusch was in a bit of a bind, because he's been filming these segments since the 80s, and there was probably pressure to assemble them somehow. They don't add up to much of a movie, but a lot of the individual segments are funny, and the last one is quite wonderful.
Ignore him. He works for a studio and this post is the vetted salvo shot of their pre-Oscar prep whisper smear campaign.
Because I just finished it on DVD.... well, I saw the first 60 minutes.
ok ... bad joke. i just meant get the movie off your head, maybe sit it next to you and you might not be so bothered by it. lame joke. i apoligize. please proceed.
we walked out of stuck on you -- was that this year?
The Stepford Wives.
My understand is that Eddie no longer does the kind of stuff he did in the 80s because he wants to make movies his kids can watch. Apparently, his kids have ******** taste in movies.
I can't imagine this being super duper good, but I'll watch it just for the Bill Murray/Rza/Gza segment.
Dollar for dollar, Terminal has to be the worst I watched this year.
I'm not happy I spent the money to see it in the theater, but there were parts of it I enjoyed so I can't say it's the worst movie of the year.
I haven't seen Catwoman so I won't call it the worst movie of the year (even though it probably is) so I'll say the worst movie of the year that I've seen is Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. The bad acting and bad story made it too hard for me to enjoy the special effects.
Well, it wasn't that I hated it - in fact, it was a very likable film that I forgot about as soon as I left the theater. It's just that I don't watch too many movies because tickets are so damn expensive, it forces me to be selective.
So I consider it worst of the best. That is, until I watch that Tim Allen flick.
After the Sunset. Bad movie, terrible ending. Only thing that kept me from walking out was that they exploited Salma Hayek for her body.
OMG crap movie indeed!
The shots of Salma made me want to vomit and the only thing that kept me from walking out were the dinner reservations across the street. there's no where to wait so you have to stand outside... it was a bit chilly.
Gotta be Van Helsing
You didn't see Catwoman then?
I, Robot was poo, but it was Oscar winning material compared to Catwoman
i think it's safe to say that most of the crap out there was bad... real bad
why people still go... i haven't a clue
Ben Affleck's Xmas movie was pulled from most theatres almost immediately (just like Gigli), so I'm guessing that one was really bad.
I hated The Invincibles.
I would have walked out, but I paid full price. Plus I was afraid I might step in one of the plot holes on the way out of the theater and hurt myself.
Yeah, but you knew that Catwoman would be pants. I, Robot, on the other hand, comes from a great story that would have been movie friendly and it starred Will Smith, who could have carried off a thinking person's action movie. Catwoman, well, I wouldn't watch it if you gave me the DVD for free.
Its no contest really: You Got Served.