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Old 06-14-2013, 05:44 AM  
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Movies so bad you couldn't even finish them

Lets all list movies that were so bad you couldn't even finish them. This will give folks a heads up on what films to avoid at all costs.

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Gerry - Hands down the most boring film I've EVER seen. It stars Matt Damon & Casey Affleck and its basically just them wandering through out the desert. ****in awful movie. I cant believe the same guy that directed Good Will Hunting and My Own Private Idaho directed this garbage. Avoid at all costs!

Gangster Squad -I couldnt believe how dumb this movie was. The script was terrible as well as the dialogue. And i couldnt believe that all those awesome actors (Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn , Josh Brolin) even agreed to do this shitty film.


Valkerie - THis is the worst Tom Cruise film I've ever seen. I walked out of the theater with about 45 minutes to go it was so stupid and boring. Basically its just a bunch of close up shots of Cruise talking on the phone to other people. Very little suspense or action in this.

Cosmopolis - I Looooooove David Croenberg films but hated this one. Easily his worst film. It stars that Twilight dbag and he cant act worth shit. They should of cast Joseph Gordon Levitt or someone that could actually act for Christs sakes.

Pearl Harbor - Why does Michael Bay get to keep on making movies?
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Old 07-07-2013, 12:42 PM   #421
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No, I was referring to the fact that people bitch and complain about movies like Transformers for being all about visual effects, yet people bitch about movies without visual effects that rely on story and no visual effects.

Movies are so polarizing today that it becomes ever more difficult to produce a good film. Man of Steel is the perfect example. People either love it or hate it and generally for the same reasons.
I have probably seen less than 5 movies all-time that I started and didn't finish. I usually always give them a chance. I usually prefer movies without VFX.

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Old 07-07-2013, 12:53 PM   #422
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The Others, IMO, was awesome. You didn't stick with it until the ending?
Agree.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:12 PM   #423
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I agree on all but 8mm. Phoenix was awesome in that movie.
This! 8mm was a great movie. The late great James Gandolfini was apart of that masterpiece.
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Old 07-07-2013, 05:45 PM   #424
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I didn't watch Avatar. It looked lame to me.
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Old 07-07-2013, 05:49 PM   #425
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I didn't watch Avatar. It looked lame to me.
It was alright. Pretty impressive CGI.

Story-line is basically Pocahontas in outer space with big, blue cat creatures instead of Indians.
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Old 07-07-2013, 08:15 PM   #426
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Unless he's talking about Avatar: The Last Air Bender....
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Old 07-07-2013, 08:16 PM   #427
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I have probably seen less than 5 movies all-time that I started and didn't finish. I usually always give them a chance. I usually prefer movies without VFX.

I dare you to try to sit through The Campaign. I triple dog dare you!
I watched it. It took three sittings to finish it but it wasn't awful. It ended on a rather high note. I'd have rather it ended nasty.

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Old 07-07-2013, 08:19 PM   #428
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It was alright. Pretty impressive CGI.

Story-line is basically Pocahontas in outer space with big, blue cat creatures instead of Indians.
Stunning and ground-breaking visuals (especially in 3D). Decent acting. Familiar story.

I have higher hopes for two and three.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:12 AM   #429
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No, I was referring to the fact that people bitch and complain about movies like Transformers for being all about visual effects, yet people bitch about movies without visual effects that rely on story and no visual effects.

Movies are so polarizing today that it becomes ever more difficult to produce a good film. Man of Steel is the perfect example. People either love it or hate it and generally for the same reasons.
Movies can't just be fun anymore. Now they're either groundbreaking masterpieces or total $3it.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:18 AM   #430
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Movies can't just be fun anymore. Now they're either groundbreaking masterpieces or total $3it.
Too many remakes in Hollywood too.
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Old 07-08-2013, 10:53 AM   #431
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Old 07-08-2013, 12:54 PM   #432
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No one liked "Avatar". It only grossed $2.8 billion dollars at the box office.
The first half hour of Avatar was magical. The closest I have come to the amazement of watching Star Wars in the theater as a child. Then I realized it was nothing more than a completely predictable, shameless ripoff of multiple better movies that I had already seen wrapped in a beautiful 3D package. I stayed until the end, but really, there was no need to. Yes, I knew he'd ride the giant red bird thing in a desperate battle to defeat the evil white people as soon as I saw the ****ing skeleton of the dead one.

**** you Cameron. Seriously, **** you. All that beautiful work, advanced technology and generally great actors, and THAT was the best you could come up with? Dances with Blue Aliens Pocahontas? **** you **** you **** you.

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The first half hour of Avatar was magical. The closest I have come to the amazement of watching Star Wars in the theater as a child. Then I realized it was nothing more than a completely predictable, shameless ripoff of multiple better movies that I had already seen wrapped in a beautiful 3D package. I stayed until the end, but really, there was no need to. Yes, I knew he'd ride the giant red bird thing in a desperate battle to defeat the evil white people as soon as I saw the ****ing skeleton of the dead one.

**** you Cameron. Seriously, **** you. All that beautiful work, advanced technology and generally great actors, and THAT was the best you could come up with? Dances with Blue Aliens Pocahontas? **** you **** you **** you.

I'm hoping for better plot lines in Avatar 2 & 3. Two is supposedly set completely underwater, so that could be amazing.
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Old 07-08-2013, 01:10 PM   #435
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I'm hoping for better plot lines in Avatar 2 & 3. Two is supposedly set completely underwater, so that could be amazing.
**** him and **** his sequels, too. I assume the underwater one will probably be nothing more than a 3D remake of The Abyss, and I've already seen it.
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