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General Chat Thread, Films in General; Originally Posted by Gerry I agree, pretty boring. But IIRC they were evolved robots. Mission to Mars was pretty good... ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerry View Post
    I agree, pretty boring. But IIRC they were evolved robots.

    Mission to Mars was pretty good... until the ending.

    There are some truly awful "video nasties" that were unbanned. Here's two I can remember:
    The Driller Killer (1979)
    The Burning (1981)

    Oh, and any movie by Uwe Boll is atrocious, for example:
    Postal (2007)
    In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (2007)
    BloodRayne II: Deliverance (2007) (V)
    Alone in the Dark (2005)
    I can't understand how this guy is still making movies. One of his current projects is listed as "Darfur" - I think the UN needs to step in and put the kybosh on him.
    Heathen. Postal was a perfect adaptation of the game postal2 and very good for it. Faultless, brainless, immature and all the more hilarious for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooley View Post
    I wish I could regain the 2 hours I wasted watching Cloverfield, what a pile of....
    Was worth watching once... not that bad a film.

    Quote Originally Posted by difinity View Post
    Guest House Paradiso

    with rik mayall and that other guy from bottom.

    i expected it to be v. funny, but it was painful to watch..
    If you expect it to be like the live shows then yes, not good. But for a fun bit of slapstick then it was all right.

    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnix View Post
    "Little Nicky" works on so few levels.

    It sounds like a comedy, it looks like a comedy, it even feels like a comedy. But it isn't.

    Bah, great film and one I would choose for my favourites list. All a matter of opinion eh?


    I would choose -

    Die Hard 4.0, tried to watch it twice and both times failed.
    All of those films that try to be like scary movie (disaster movie, meet the spartans etc etc). It was funny when they did it, but not for the 1 millionth time after recycling the same old crap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooley View Post
    I wish I could regain the 2 hours I wasted watching Cloverfield, what a pile of....
    Thank god! I was beginning to think I was the only 1. I bought it on DVD and gave it away after the first watch I was so disgusted with it.

    I would have had to say originally that Mama Mia was the film I wouldn't watch, but Sony sent me a blu-ray copy and the mrs insisted we watch it. Sure enough it was a awful as i'd thought. No lying from me though, I told ehr straight how bad it was :-) I was sat there wanting to grab Pierce Brosnan by the shoulders and shake some sense into him whilst shouting at him..."you used to be james bond, you were cool, what are you doing, what have you lowered yourself to!!"..... Rant over :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnix View Post
    "Little Nicky" works on so few levels.

    It sounds like a comedy, it looks like a comedy, it even feels like a comedy. But it isn't.
    One of my all time favourite films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain.Faulkner View Post
    I was sat there wanting to grab Pierce Brosnan by the shoulders and shake some sense into him whilst shouting at him..."you used to be james bond, you were cool, what are you doing, what have you lowered yourself to!!"..... Rant over :-)
    agree with ya there - and i wouldnt watch mama mia at all

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    got dragged to see it by a lass pretty much sat there entire time in shock! it goes from bad acting to bad plot to bad acting it made me wanna go postal just to pass some time!

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    The Mist Ill try and watch a movie but this was horrendous book by steven king ok screen play was abysssmal.

    My favourite movies at the moment are Night watch and Day Watch Russian movies writing by original Author who then include reference from the movies in later book

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcshammer_dj View Post
    Be anything other that american, reinvent their role in the War, try to act!!
    How about U-571, quite possibly the most historically inaccurate film EVER !

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    "Plan 9 from Outer Space".

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    +1 for Plan 9. Wooden set, wooden script and wooden acting

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    Brokeback Mountain almost had me shove needles into to my eyes to alleviate the boredom!!! In fact as I recall I may have had a 10 minute shut eye while it was on such was the scintilation of the movie!!!

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    Any adaptation of Phillip K Dick or Isaac Asimov's work since Bladerunner - particularly anything done by Stephen Spiel.

    Any American film which claims in the credits to be 'Based on a true story' or 'Based on a story by' or any variation of those phrases.

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