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« Reply #30 on: December 28, 2006, 06:36:33 PM »

I can honestly say that in the realms of science fiction, fantasy and horror there does not exist a film that I actually hate. Sure, there are numerous that I find to be pretty bad, boring or having little entertainment value, but even those contain something that I enjoy to some extent. Even films like Battlefield Earth, Mesa of Lost Women or my personal nemesis, The Robot vs. The Aztec Mummy have some something that draws me to them. The simple truth is that I love genre films and TV shows no matter what form they come in. I guess in my eyes it's an "all or nothing" type of situation.

Now, as for films outside of the scifi-fantasy-horror umbrella, there are plenty of movies I hate. Son In Law with Pauly Shore springs to mind.
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« Reply #31 on: December 28, 2006, 09:26:40 PM »

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« Reply #32 on: December 29, 2006, 06:30:51 AM »

I like ALOT of David Lynch's films,actually.In fact,I think that I dislike LOST HIGHWAY so much was because,after seeing ERASERHEAD,BLUE VELVET,WILD at HEART,and many others....I just felt L.H. could have been a much better film,and not so damn...what's the word I'm looking for...boring?wasted?self indulgent?
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« Reply #33 on: December 29, 2006, 05:16:18 PM »

Reading the "top 5 worst movies" topic made me recall another movie I had hoped to have repressed the memory of since it used to make me so angry everytime it was on.

Ghost Dad starring Bill Cosby. Now I can just ignore Leonard Part 6, no problem. I've tried to watch it, and I honestly lose interest and forget it on. But GD just touches a nerve in me. I don't know if it's the stupid plot, the "comic" hi jinx about leaving the lights off to see him, the bland special effects, the annoying little girl (forgot her in the annoying kid thread too) - but I could feel my blood pressure shoot up from the second it was on.

And for a while it was always on! For a movie that didn't do well at the box office (and is still reviled in some circles on the same level as Leonard Part 6), and that no one seemed to like, it sure played on TV a lot. I can remember being at family get togethers and this being on, no one would watch, but everyone would wonder why I wanted to change it. Even the little kids couldn't be bothered to watch it, yet it was left on since it was "safe" for them to watch.
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« Reply #34 on: December 29, 2006, 09:23:35 PM »

I like Zardoz, and I've never been successfully committed to a sanitarium.   I find it fun because there is some pretense of there being a deeper meaning, but really there isn't.  It's just kind of bizzaro.  (I assumed you were just gently tweaking us on that point, Menard)

I'll limit myself to movies that I have seen (hence no Titanic:

Air America -- utterly boring, never watched the whole thing through.

Prospero's Book -- It's got a naked, old John Gielgud, which should be bad enough, but it is an utterly confusing mess.

War of the Roses -- I think my friends still haven't forgiven me for taking them to this.  Starts off not too bad, but the descent into the vicious fighting between Hubby & Wife is utterly unfunny black humor.

Showgirls -- this movie made it boring to look at naked chicks, which is a capital offense to me.

I can forgive bad B-movies, as budgets & talent levels are usually low.  These four don't have those excuses.

And, if I may bring it up, why hasn't anyone mentioned Gigli yet?
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« Reply #35 on: December 29, 2006, 09:26:55 PM »

I just saw "Are You Scared" yesterday and that has to be the worst tripe I have seen in a loooooong time. Imagine SAW with about 1/4 of the budget, 1/10th of the acting abilities (and you all know how marvelous Cary Elwes is!) and just stupid, stupid saw-ripoff-traps and you have "Are You Scared". Man, this movie sucked donkey scrotum. Thumbdown Hatred
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« Reply #36 on: December 29, 2006, 09:50:47 PM »

(I assumed you were just gently tweaking us on that point, Menard)



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And, if I may bring it up, why hasn't anyone mentioned Gigli yet?


Now that you bring it up...

One movie that was an absolute boring piece of 90 minutes waste of my friggin life was Oasis of the Zombies

(insert comment from raj): "What the hell does that have to do with Gigli?"

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That's right Franco fans, take your best shots at me; the Zardoz nuts already did.
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« Reply #37 on: December 30, 2006, 09:54:04 AM »

Okay, this is mine.

"I Was a Teenage Caveman." Not the original 1958 version, which I quite enjoyed, but the 2002 remake for television. How anybody can like that film is beyond me. I'd rather have a hole bored in my head and hot sand poured down the hole, then watch a second of the 2002 version again.
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« Reply #38 on: December 30, 2006, 10:17:35 AM »

Okay, this is mine.

"I Was a Teenage Caveman." Not the original 1958 version, which I quite enjoyed, but the 2002 remake for television. How anybody can like that film is beyond me. I'd rather have a hole bored in my head and hot sand poured down the hole, then watch a second of the 2002 version again.

You mean the one with more foul words than a Tarantino flick, but they were just there because the writer could not think of any other words to use?  Yeah, that movie was pretty darn bad, possibly the worst out of that group of remakes.  Which was the best one, "She-Creature" perhaps?  "How To Make A Monster" was pretty darn stupid.
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« Reply #39 on: December 30, 2006, 10:30:10 AM »

Yeah, that was the one, Andrew.

I can't say which one is the best remake, as I don't think I've seen anyothers.
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« Reply #40 on: December 30, 2006, 02:13:08 PM »

I'd say the two worst films I've ever seen are The Cat in the Hat (the live action Mike Myers film) and New York Minute.  I must mention that I work at a theater and I got paid to screen each of them, but I regret doing so.

Cat in the Hat is just a horrible and wretched assault on the senses.  It's not funny at all, it's incredibly hideous looking, and every character is turned up to 11 on the nerve-wracking dial.

New York Minute was horribly idiotic and pointless.  Everyone involved with it should've been banned from working in film ever again.
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« Reply #41 on: December 30, 2006, 05:27:06 PM »

The only movie that I hate more than Ace Ventura, Pet Detective would be Ace Ventura, When Nature Calls.
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« Reply #42 on: December 30, 2006, 05:44:52 PM »

Oasis of the Zombies was really bad.  Nothing really happens until the end.  A battle scence was taken from another movie.  A pane shot of the oasis is recycled about three times in the movie.  Scences that were suppose to be at night were shot during the day and merely backlit.  Did I menition that it was really boring?
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« Reply #43 on: January 01, 2007, 10:45:41 AM »

Then why not stick a laser up his butt and get busy wiping out humans?
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« Reply #44 on: January 02, 2007, 03:04:53 AM »

For me, the movie I hate most would be Phantasm.

Hahahaha.    hot   Just kidding.

I would almost vote for Pearl Harbor, even though I've never seen it, because I'm sure it sucks hard, and I avoided it on that certainty.  But since I haven't seen it I can't vote for it.

Ditto, the Cat in the Hat movie.  I didn't watch it, because I knew it'd be screechy and unbearable.  But again, can't vote for that.

Double ditto that again for Gigli, which I Did Not Watch.

For sheer screwing over of its subject material, the Dune movie is way up there for me.  One of the best scifi books ever penned, and they Chinese water tortured it.  But it had so many hilarious one-liners that I can't bring myself to hate it.  If I try,  i just find myself hissing "the tooth... the tooth... the tooth..." to myself.

Whoa!   Electric Dreams.  Now there is a movie I hate.  But the reason why is complex, and not entirely related to the movie (more related to why I ended up watching it.)

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