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Title: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: bob on July 07, 2017, 02:55:56 PM
inspired by this exchange I had with Rev. Powell on Facebook

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Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: indianasmith on July 07, 2017, 03:19:43 PM
All the ROCKY films.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: claws on July 07, 2017, 03:28:04 PM
Just don't let RC know about your Wizard of Oz hatred ... again  :wink:


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Ted C on July 07, 2017, 06:25:36 PM
Napoleon Dynamite

The Jerk

I did not find either one funny; they were just boring.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Rev. Powell on July 07, 2017, 07:36:44 PM
I don't hate THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION but I'm like "so what?" I do know a couple of people with similar opinions.

FORREST GUMP was mainly annoying. I always forget that people like it a lot because it seems like such an unlikely thing for humans to enjoy.

I kind of hate GOOD WILL HUNTING.

I'm with Indy on the ROCKY series. The first one was overrated and the sequels were bad, except for introducing us to that classic 80s icon Mr. T!

I've never been able to sit through IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE.

A SEPARATION won an Academy Award. I watched it and have no idea what the plot was. Totally forgettable.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: bob on July 07, 2017, 09:46:32 PM
I don't hate Night of the Hunter.......I just found it incredibly boring and predictable

sorry Rev


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: 316zombie on July 08, 2017, 12:17:02 AM
why is facebook stuff being brought here?  :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown:


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: messedup on July 08, 2017, 04:11:58 AM
Definitely E.T.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: FatFreddysCat on July 08, 2017, 07:42:21 AM
I can't stand Wizard of Oz, mostly because it brings back bad memories of my being cast as the Cowardly Lion in our fifth grade stage production of it. To this day, if I hear "Over The Rainbow" I cringe like I've been shot.

I have never understood why the Sleepaway Camp series gets so much love from horror film fans. They're not even "entertaining" kind of bad, they're just bad.

I don't get the whoop-dee-doo over the Lord Of The Rings saga. I watched the first film, thought it was impressive enough on a technical level but otherwise was like "(shrugs) Whatever."


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: javakoala on July 08, 2017, 10:39:49 AM
I have to agree on E.T.

I sat there watching it in the theater. Parents and kids everywhere.

E.T. is dying. Yeah, spoilers for a movie older and more referenced than The Bible. Anyway. E.T. is dying. Him and the kid have their meaningful moment, and, in the greatest Disney-like tradition, the alien Shar-Pei stops glowing, dead.

Well, the adults were all bawling their eyes out. I'm looking at these easily manipulated people in shock.

Then, a couple of rows in front of me, a kid, whose mom was practically wailing in grief, pokes her and, in a rather loud voice, says, "He's dead. Can we go home now?"

That sums up my feelings about E.T.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: kakihara on July 08, 2017, 12:34:15 PM
John Wick - a generic hollywood shoot 'em up. no story, no substance, no acting. its just a glock commercial and head shots, lots of head shots.

The fast and the furious - only profanity would express my hate for this film and its sequels.

The Marine - horrible and stoopid.

Happy feet - ARRRRRGHHH!!!!


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: zombie #1 on July 08, 2017, 03:21:00 PM
The Godfather. original and part 2

saw once each, probably over 20 yrs ago now. never had the urge to watch either again. sorry folks... Goodfellas >>>>


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Rev. Powell on July 08, 2017, 03:28:58 PM
The Godfather. original and part 2

saw once each, probably over 20 yrs ago now. never had the urge to watch either again. sorry folks... Goodfellas >>>>

I absolutely loved the first GODFATHER but I thought the second was underwhelming. Actually, I wasn't crazy about GOODFELLAS either, outside of Pesci's classic scene.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: zombie #1 on July 09, 2017, 04:21:27 AM
maybe I should watch them again. I dont think my taste in movies (or basically anything) has changed that much since then though tbh.

for what its worth I was very underwhelmed by Shawshank as well!


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: messedup on July 09, 2017, 04:29:59 AM
Just looking at the top 250 IMDB-List I just realized another one...Spirited Away.
Not that I'm not fond of Anime in General...I actually really like it.
And it's not a hate of Ghibli Studios either...love some of their movies.
It's kinda hard to describe, but it is just too much for me.
I love the animation style of the 80s/early 90s...a little bit "cheap", a little bit gritty or dirty even.
Spirited Away is just too polished for me.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: major jay on July 09, 2017, 06:19:20 AM
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
I don't hate it, but I think it's the visuals that don't appeal to me.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: bob on July 09, 2017, 12:54:05 PM
all 3 Lord of the Rings

I have tried time after time to finish them but they're just so boring and nothing happens

here's the perfect summary of them

! No longer available (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmuT8UeTk4s#)


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: kakihara on July 09, 2017, 02:21:15 PM
I think Im starting to not like lord of the rings. maybe because theyre so frickin long, and boring. I went to see the first one in the theatre and it was so painful. I remember waiting and waiting for something to happen. I got up to walk out on this movie when; " oh, look, goblins and a giant troll. hmm, that looks cool". so,  I sat down and finished the rest of the movie.

To be fair, ive heard that they are very close to the source material and I appreciate the technicallity and the epic scope of them and all but after veiwing 2 of them recently I have realized that they are boring and waste a lot of time. Ive heard that there are 5 hour versions of each film, uggggh.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: kakihara on July 09, 2017, 02:39:11 PM
...and the Hobbit movies! they suck! they seem like unused test footage from thr LOTR. Running from orcs, and more running from orcs. except the dragon, smaug I think. That dragon was awesome! maybe the best dragon on film? It almost made up for the rest of the crap.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: javakoala on July 09, 2017, 07:07:04 PM
The Matrix films. There can be no better example of image over substance. Low brain activity in both the creation and enthusiastic reception of this blight on modern culture.

"It has deeper meaning." Really? The film's "meaning" is pretty much summed up by the fact that the characters are aware of the fact that "reality" is anything but that, and the best they can do is a bunch of slow-mo, CGI, John Woo-type violence and "create" millions of weapons because...I dunno. Whole thing makes little sense.

Plus, you add in the ending from ALTERED STATES (which was also stupid in both the film AND the novel) and you have completed the brain-dead connection.

I think that the more a person holds the Matrix films in high regard, the greater the need to prevent that person from breeding. EVER!

About the only thing that could have made these films any worse would be if Zach Snyder directed them.

Oh, and JURASSIC PARK. Nice innovation in the realm of CGI, but the offensively and aggressively STUPID "twist" that saves the heroes made me so angry that I remember cussing and b***hing about the movie as we were herded out of the theater. I think I'd rather watch THE HAPPENING than sit all the way through JP again.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Ted C on July 09, 2017, 11:08:30 PM
I don't get the whoop-dee-doo over the Lord Of The Rings saga. I watched the first film, thought it was impressive enough on a technical level but otherwise was like "(shrugs) Whatever."

They are abominations because of the changes that Peter Jackson made to the story.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Trevor on July 10, 2017, 01:15:44 AM
I see I'm not the only person who didn't like ET: this is IMO the most blasphemous film ever made.

1. ET comes to Earth from the heavens.
2. When he gets here, no-one recognizes him for who he truly is.
3. His earth mother's name is Mary.
4. He has one true disciple - Elliot.
5. He performs miracles of a kind.
6. He is persecuted, dies and is resurrected.
7. Then he vanishes again.

Who is that?



Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Dark Alex on July 10, 2017, 07:09:29 AM
Virgin Suicides & Amile. Everyone seemed to be raving over them when they came out, and to me they are just meh!


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Trevor on July 10, 2017, 07:21:00 AM
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
I don't hate it, but I think it's the visuals that don't appeal to me.

They didn't appeal to the South African censors either: they banned it.  :buggedout:


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: A.J. Bauer on July 10, 2017, 07:55:27 AM
Fifth Element, Kung-Fu Panda, Blade Runner, and The Godfather.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: clockworkcanary on July 10, 2017, 08:18:18 AM
Top Gun
Beaches
Fast and Furious series
Riddick series
Donnie Darko
The Hangover
Vacation
The Exorcist

And it's not a movie, but I do not like Game of Thrones.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: javakoala on July 10, 2017, 09:30:17 AM
I see I'm not the only person who didn't like ET: this is IMO the most blasphemous film ever made.

1. ET comes to Earth from the heavens.
2. When he gets here, no-one recognizes him for who he truly is.
3. His earth mother's name is Mary.
4. He has one true disciple - Elliot.
5. He performs miracles of a kind.
6. He is persecuted, dies and is resurrected.
7. Then he vanishes again.

Who is that?



If you believe his bulls**t, it sounds almost like Kanye West.   :bouncegiggle: :bouncegiggle: :bouncegiggle: :bouncegiggle:

The Christ parallel in E.T. is a bit overdone, but it pales compared to the other problems of the movie.

One of my biggest complaints is that, at the time of release, s**tsberg swore it was not anti-government. Really? A whole nightmarish sequence of the government forces marching down the suburban street at sunset, invading and taking control of a civilian home, casting all the government agents in shadow or wearing dehumanizing space suits and Haz-Mat outfits, and most of them carrying automatic weapons.

Oh, but, umm, that never happened, right, s**tsberg? That's why they went back, using CGI, and removed the guns, making the government kinder and gentler. Just stupid nonsense.

To be honest, if Christ HAD looked like E.T., I don't think we'd see the Christian faith as widespread as it is today.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: clockworkcanary on July 10, 2017, 10:49:43 AM
I have no comment on ET's Christ parallels, but as far as the government agents looking all menacing, one school of thought I heard that I found interesting is that the story is from the kid's point of view and that's why the scientists came off as they did.  I'm not sure how I feel about it as I would have to rewatch it after many years, and I just don't think I want to lol.

To me, ET is about a sugar-rushed latch key kid who harbors a biological weapon in his closet, heh.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Newt on July 10, 2017, 01:11:48 PM
IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE.  :thumbdown:  Words fail me.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Pacman000 on July 10, 2017, 01:57:49 PM
2001: A Space Odyssey

Sure the FX were great, but they were so impractical no one was able to use the same methods. Moving 30' space ships around a studio and doing  most of the matte work by hand is commendable, but expensive. The film didn't really advance the art of special FX the way King Kong, Star Wars, or Jurassic Park did. Don't really like the story either; it seems like the writer and director were trying to be bizarre/unclear to keep people wondering what it was about/talking about it.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: WingedSerpent on July 10, 2017, 08:53:21 PM
A lot of Quentin Tarantino's films.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: zombie #1 on July 15, 2017, 07:21:15 AM
Quote from: clockworkcanary link=topic=149140
Donnie Darko

only saw this recently. mostly out of curiosity.

for a movie that seems to have acquired such a mythical cult status, I was surprised how obviously aimed at teenagers it was. it made me feel about 100!

for some reason I was expecting something darker, a bit more profound, and perhaps more David Lynch-esque?


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: lester1/2jr on July 15, 2017, 09:53:51 AM
Dark City - this was Eberts number one movie of the year one year. I thought the goth look was hokey, the leads were all miscast and the story was an uninteresting retread of a really good 80s era twilight zone episode.

pretty much anything from Japan - never understood the fascination with this stuff. just slow, boring and hate the whole vibe of how I'm automatically supposed to like something because its from there. I do like Godzilla and some of the over the top Vampire girl vs whatever things


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: bob on July 17, 2017, 07:46:36 PM
Everything Woody Allen directed


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: A.J. Bauer on July 18, 2017, 12:53:00 AM
I just saw Star Wars: Rogue One.

You can add that one to my list.

Awful. f**king awful.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: clockworkcanary on July 21, 2017, 11:57:57 AM
2001: A Space Odyssey

Sure the FX were great, but they were so impractical no one was able to use the same methods. Moving 30' space ships around a studio and doing  most of the matte work by hand is commendable, but expensive. The film didn't really advance the art of special FX the way King Kong, Star Wars, or Jurassic Park did. Don't really like the story either; it seems like the writer and director were trying to be bizarre/unclear to keep people wondering what it was about/talking about it.

As a major Kubrick fan...I'm going to have to totally agree with you on this one. It's boring. It's an awesome spectacle with some interesting conflicts (and I like the four act organization), but yes, it's sooo boring. I often put it on when I have insomnia to help me sleep (it's either that or Roman Reigns matches).

And you are correct: the writer and director collaborated to make this film like an abstract painting. I appreciate it for what it is, but it is probably my least (or second to least) favorite Kubrick film.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Derf on July 23, 2017, 07:17:18 AM
The Sound of Music. I admit it is a well-done movie, but when it comes on, I want to claw my way through a wall to escape.

The Terminator movies. The effects are great, but the movies break their own rules.

While I know I'm not alone on this board, I'll include Titanic. I watched it once years ago. It p**sed me off then, and it still does.

I'll agree with the assessments of Donnie Darko. It just doesn't work for me.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show. It's awful, and not in an entertaining way. I don't drink, so it's impossible for me to get drunk enough to enjoy such crap.

And while I didn't hate it, Star Wars: Rogue One was meh.

And last, I thought Mad Max: Thunder Road was the worst of the Mad Max films. Tom Hardy was beyond bland. Mel Gibson may be an awful human being, but he brought warmth and depth to Max's character. Hardy's Max could have been done just as well by a G. I. Joe doll.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Newt on July 23, 2017, 09:00:11 AM
Quote from: clockworkcanary link=topic=149140
Donnie Darko

only saw this recently. mostly out of curiosity.

for a movie that seems to have acquired such a mythical cult status, I was surprised how obviously aimed at teenagers it was. it made me feel about 100!

for some reason I was expecting something darker, a bit more profound, and perhaps more David Lynch-esque?

That's a relief: I was under the impression that I was falling short because I wasn't getting it.  Thanks!


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Rev. Powell on July 23, 2017, 09:19:42 AM
Quote from: clockworkcanary link=topic=149140
Donnie Darko

only saw this recently. mostly out of curiosity.

for a movie that seems to have acquired such a mythical cult status, I was surprised how obviously aimed at teenagers it was. it made me feel about 100!

for some reason I was expecting something darker, a bit more profound, and perhaps more David Lynch-esque?

That's a relief: I was under the impression that I was falling short because I wasn't getting it.  Thanks!

I think DONNIE DARKO is a great movie for teenagers. It will only work if you put yourself in the mindset of a teenager. If you try to approach it as an adult, it falls apart.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: javakoala on July 23, 2017, 11:18:16 AM
Quote from: clockworkcanary link=topic=149140
Donnie Darko

only saw this recently. mostly out of curiosity.

for a movie that seems to have acquired such a mythical cult status, I was surprised how obviously aimed at teenagers it was. it made me feel about 100!

for some reason I was expecting something darker, a bit more profound, and perhaps more David Lynch-esque?

That's a relief: I was under the impression that I was falling short because I wasn't getting it.  Thanks!

I think DONNIE DARKO is a great movie for teenagers. It will only work if you put yourself in the mindset of a teenager. If you try to approach it as an adult, it falls apart.

I dug the original because it was actually trying to do something different than your average teen angst movie. I think it did a great job with its mix of music, editing, and moody camera work.

On the other hand, the sequel was bad. They missed a great chance to do something cool with what they set up, and the whole thing just didn't work. Not that a lot of people like the sequel.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Cath Carney on July 24, 2017, 03:20:32 AM
I`m really hate Star Wars


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: BoyScoutKevin on July 31, 2017, 07:28:18 PM
I`m really hate Star Wars

So do I. No, but . . .

Star Wars : Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
I did not enjoy it, when I saw in theaters, and I don't really know why, as it had many of the same things that I like in other films, which I liked better, but . . . it was only a marginal dislike, so . . .

Star Wars : Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
I know there are a lot of people who like it, and some who hold this is still the best film in the series, but . . . I really hated this one. The only redeeming feature for me in it was Billy Dee Williams. I hated it so much, and again I don't know why, that, except for a couple of movies made for TV, it put me off of seeing any more Star Wars films for 35 years.

And he's off on a tangent.

While it may have put me off of seeing any more films, it did not put me off, sometime later, of reading the comic books based on the film characters.  For example in one of the latest comic books, Yoda lands on a planet that seems to be a combination of Lord of the Flies + Mad Max Beyond Thunder dome. And while I cannot disagree with people who dislike it, I found it interesting. Interesting characters. Interesting concept. Interesting costumes. Interesting make-up.

Of course, then there are the comic books featuring such characters, as Poe, Obi-Wan and Anakin, Luke, Leia, Lando, Kanan, Han, Chewbacca, and the yet to read Darth Maul. And I believe we are in the near future getting comic books based on Thrawn, Phasma, and Mace. Except for those for Darth Vader and Dr. Aphra, which I find unreadable, I quite enjoy reading all of them.

And we will see what we will see.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: The Burgomaster on August 06, 2017, 12:17:18 PM
I was tremendously disappointed by THE ENGLISH PATIENT. Maybe I need to watch it again. But the first time I saw it, I kept thinking: "This is really boring. And that make-up isn't fooling me at all."


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: bob on August 07, 2017, 11:09:14 PM
The Producers


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: indianasmith on August 07, 2017, 11:19:47 PM
I wasn't terribly impressed with THE MATRIX trilogy or any of the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN franchise after the first one.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: messedup on August 09, 2017, 06:08:51 AM
I was tremendously disappointed by THE ENGLISH PATIENT. Maybe I need to watch it again. But the first time I saw it, I kept thinking: "This is really boring. And that make-up isn't fooling me at all."
Don't worry...it is incredibly boring. Probably the most boring film not directed by Terrence Malick.
Oh yeah...Terrence Malick probably fits the topic. Many people like his films, but I can't stand them...well maybe I like Thin Red Line a little bit.


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: JoeTheDestroyer on August 19, 2017, 07:31:09 AM
Good Will Hunting

Brazil (I don't hate it, per se, but I wasn't nearly as impressed with it as I thought I'd be)

Winter's Bone

I'll add Max Payne to the list.  I know it has a lot of detractors, but almost everyone I talked to personally loved it.  As a fan of the original games, I hated every minute of this movie.  Its style only kinda matched the game's vibe, and it just wasn't John Woo enough to qualify as a heartfelt Max Payne film. 


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: RCMerchant on August 20, 2017, 12:36:17 PM
STAR WARS movies
LORD OF THE RINGS s**t.
ROCKY movies.
LETHAL WEAPON movies.
Harry Potter nonsense.
TWILIGHT trash.
the ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW.
GONE WITH THE WIND
TITANIC
most FRIDAY THE 13TH movies-the only ones I really liked were 2,3 and JASON GOES TO HELL (which everyone hates.)
most NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET movies-except the first,of course.
....and as far as the WIZARD OF OZ is concerned-Tiana hates it too. I love it-!

and to torture you Robert!-here!

http://youtu.be/hG3mJcUzwaI (http://youtu.be/hG3mJcUzwaI)


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Allhallowsday on August 22, 2017, 09:15:38 PM
I think anyone with a brain goes through a phase of hating THE WIZARD OF OZ.  I did.  Then, you realize how good it is for completely different reasons from enjoying it as a child.  THE WIZARD OF OZ is about as good as Hollywood got.  

...
FORREST GUMP was mainly annoying. I always forget that people like it a lot because it seems like such an unlikely thing for humans to enjoy.
I kind of hate GOOD WILL HUNTING.

I hate FORREST GUMP.  And GOOD WILL HUNTING is manipulative horse hockey; hate it and make fun of it often.
I've never been able to sit through IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE...
That's too bad, it's quite good.
I don't hate Night of the Hunter.......I just found it incredibly boring and predictable...
You don't know sh!t from shineola...
all 3 Lord of the Rings
I loved the first one, was perplexed by the second, and overwhelmingly BORED by the third.  
IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE.  :thumbdown:  Words fail me.
You fail.  Sorry, Newt, but we'd agree about some people being LONG WINDED no doubt (though not in this thread).  
2001: A Space Odyssey

Sure the FX were great, but they were so impractical no one was able to use the same methods. Moving 30' space ships around a studio and doing  most of the matte work by hand is commendable, but expensive. The film didn't really advance the art of special FX the way King Kong, Star Wars, or Jurassic Park did. Don't really like the story either; it seems like the writer and director were trying to be bizarre/unclear to keep people wondering what it was about/talking about it.

Maybe I spoke too quickly about wind...  HOWEVER, I can totally see where anyone would NOT LIKE THIS FILM.  I was BORED the first time I saw it, and probably the second, and the third... but, I kept coming back.  I loved the soundtrack long before the film.  Now, it is one of my favorites.  I have come to LOVE what I call "motionless" movies.  BARRY LYNDON is also like that.  
Everything Woody Allen directed
As stated above.  
The Sound of Music. I admit it is a well-done movie, but when it comes on, I want to claw my way through a wall to escape.
...
While I know I'm not alone on this board, I'll include Titanic. I watched it once years ago. It p**sed me off then, and it still does.
I truly loathe THE SOUND OF MUSIC.  TITANIC is a film I enjoy hating.  
I was tremendously disappointed by THE ENGLISH PATIENT. Maybe I need to watch it again. But the first time I saw it, I kept thinking: "This is really boring. And that make-up isn't fooling me at all."
Boe-ring.  





Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: Allhallowsday on August 22, 2017, 09:19:53 PM
STAR WARS movies
LORD OF THE RINGS s**t.
ROCKY movies.
LETHAL WEAPON movies.
Harry Potter nonsense.
TWILIGHT trash.
the ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW.
GONE WITH THE WIND
TITANIC
most FRIDAY THE 13TH movies-the only ones I really liked were 2,3 and JASON GOES TO HELL (which everyone hates.)
most NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET movies-except the first,of course.
....and as far as the WIZARD OF OZ is concerned-Tiana hates it too. I love it-!

and to torture you Robert!-here!

[url]http://youtu.be/hG3mJcUzwaI[/url] ([url]http://youtu.be/hG3mJcUzwaI[/url])
Agree on most of this, BELA, except ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW is fun, but I've had enough of it, I do enjoy hating TITANIC, liked the first LOTR and the first HARRY POTTER (hate all the rest) and hate all the rest of your list with you, and LOVE THE WIZARD OF OZ too !!!  


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: zombie #1 on August 30, 2017, 01:48:25 PM
Quote from: RCMerchant
most FRIDAY THE 13TH movies-the only ones I really liked were 2,3 and JASON GOES TO HELL (which everyone hates.)
3 is good because its cheesy as heck, has a crappy biker gang that look camper than camp crystal itself, and has ultra corny 3D fx, and a funky disco theme.

I also love part 8, dunno why but I find it way more fun than the others.

the rest I can happily live without. and yeah I really hated JASON GOES TO HELL. so boring!


Title: Re: movies everyone likes but you
Post by: zombie #1 on August 30, 2017, 01:51:42 PM
here's one


NEAR DARK (1987)

never heard a word said against this movie, thought it was dull...