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« Reply #30 on: February 26, 2010, 08:26:17 AM »

1)  Death Tunnel - I want to physically assault the people who made this.
2)  Anacondas Hunt for the Blood Orchid - Gives s*** a bad name.
3)  Anything with Jim Carrey
4)  Dukes of Hazzard  - take a charming Southern comedy and replace it with obnoxious drunken morons.
5)  Quantum of Solace - No offense, but if you liked this movie, you should see a doctor about getting on some medication.
6)  Stick It - Made me hate young people.
7)  Witchouse II: Blood Coven - This was so bad I actually sent it back to Amazon for a refund.
8)  Sasquatch Mountain - This is what it's like to be an utter hack.
9)  Transmorphers - Leigh Scott proves that he too is an utter hack.
10)  Mallrats - There's nothing less funny than someone who's convinced he's a comic genius.

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« Reply #31 on: February 26, 2010, 10:57:11 AM »



Two movies I liked that everyone seems to hate here.
The Devil's Rejects (I realize its shameless self indulgence, and I by no means regard as a masterpiece, but it was better than Inglorious Basterds)

The Dark Knight (I am a HUGE Joker fan, I love it mainly for him)



We've discussed THE DEVIL'S REJECTS here multiple times, and it's a love-it-or-hate it movie... you'll be happy to know that more people here love it than hate it.

Most people here liked/loved THE DARK KNIGHT but you will find some hate for it...
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« Reply #32 on: February 26, 2010, 11:29:56 AM »



Two movies I liked that everyone seems to hate here.
The Devil's Rejects (I realize its shameless self indulgence, and I by no means regard as a masterpiece, but it was better than Inglorious Basterds)

The Dark Knight (I am a HUGE Joker fan, I love it mainly for him)



We've discussed THE DEVIL'S REJECTS here multiple times, and it's a love-it-or-hate it movie... you'll be happy to know that more people here love it than hate it.

Most people here liked/loved THE DARK KNIGHT but you will find some hate for it...

Hate is such a strong feeling...

I dont actually hate THE DEVIL'S REJECTS but I dont love it either, I have not seen any film that Rob Zombie has done so far that strikes me as Genius... I do think Rob Zombie can do better then mocking off Quentin Tarantino, but so far he hasnt tried.

I personally think THE DEVIL'S REJECTS is a little overrated because there are too many horror fans that are looking for the old school drive-in horror/violence movie that isnt a remake or not rated PG-13, at least from the time THE DEVIL'S REJECTS was made, I have been noticing that Hollywood is shifting there horror stands slowly, or they are noticing that the SAW series (Rated-R) could make money for the Tweens...

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« Reply #33 on: February 26, 2010, 03:31:42 PM »

Ok, off the top of my head and in no particular order...


1.Original Sin-Angelina Jolie and Antonio Baderas in a soppossed erotic thriller. It was so bad it made me forget my toothache for a 2 hours.

2.Planet of the Apes- The Tim Burton "re-imagining" drove me crazy.

3. Wanted-I might have liked it if I hadn't read the TPB first, but it was so awful in comparison I couldn't seperate the two.

4.Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves-I thought it was just a PC re-working. Alan Rickman is the only watchable aspect of the movie.

5. A Guy Thing- Worse than most other fluffy chick flick I guess, it was made worse by Julia Stiles, whom I just don't like.

6.Mona Lisa Smile-Part Chick Flick, part dedicated teacher who gets students to think differently about their lives, and all  a horrible sufocating mess.

7. Dead Poets Society- I hate movies about dedicated teachers, this movie simply ruined the phrase "carpe diem" for me.

8. Epic Movie-The worst of that family of movies, this is one of the few that i've ever actually walked out on.

9. The Spirit-I know this has already been mentioned once at least, it was disappointing to say the least. Just a cash-in on comic bokk movies.

10.Fantastic Four- I didn't mind what they did to the FF themelves, that wasn't so bad. But I couldn't stand what they did to Dr. Doom. He's my favorite Marvel villain and his re-working was terrible.

11.Rooster Cogburn- I normally enjoy John Wayne movies but this one was such an obvious attepmt to re-create the magic of the African Queen before one of the lead stars croaked it was disgusting.  The only Duke movie I won't watch.

12.The HoneyMooners-The remake with Cedric the Entertainer. All I can say is WTF?

13.Ant-It just bugged me.(Yeah that was on purpose)

14.UltraViolet-MKilla's my girl but there are much better ways to see her hotness.

15.Ocean's Twelve.
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« Reply #34 on: February 26, 2010, 09:06:03 PM »


It has nothing to do with the homosexuality.  In fact, I think the intended message of the film (showing the damage and repression caused by homophobia and prejudice) is the only redeeming quality the film has.  I think "Milk" had a similar message, but was a much better movie.

Other than that I thought Brokeback Mountain was a boring, run-of the-mill drama.  Like a chick flick (which I hate) only without the chick or the happy ending.

I also found Heath Ledger's performance and his character to be very irritating.  His voice REALLY bugged me.  He didn't just sound like a cowboy or a redneck, he sounded like a retarded one with painful constipation.
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« Reply #35 on: February 27, 2010, 04:25:24 AM »

Does anyone here hate or not like the 1996 Jim Carrey dark comedy, "The Cable Guy"? I've always been curious as to why it was so criticized. Not just because it's my all time favorite movie, I'm asking respectively and honestly.
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« Reply #36 on: February 27, 2010, 05:45:56 AM »

I love the Cable Guy.

The movies I hate the most, I mean really hate that I'd strangle the producer's with their own intestines, would be the stupid teen films like High School Musical and Twilight, that make kids into morons. Also, those films think that teens are interested in something without violence and sexuality, and they are offensive in the means that they expect teenagers to be like little kids.
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« Reply #37 on: February 27, 2010, 04:40:54 PM »

Tough to hate films... most truly bad films are so boring they're not worth hating.  Here's some that I can muster up hatred for, though.
PROMETHEUS TRIUMPHANT: A FUGUE IN THE KEY OF FLESH (2009): Amatuerish, sloppy and pretentious
ZEITGEIST: THE MOVIE (2007): Conspiracy crap
THE TERROR (1963): Soooo dull
NEKROMANTIK (1987): Shock crap; I see why the director was rejected from film school
THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (1972): Pure sadism, and terribly made to boot
CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA (1961): Just painful attempts at comedy
MOON OF THE WOLF (1972): Aggressively boring
BASIC INSTINCT (1992): Slick, cyncial, predictable
COCKTAIL (1988): Just flat out stupid and bad
GOOD WILL HUNTING (1997): Tackles genius with the insight of Dr. Phil
DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN (2005): I hate scripts that try to have it both ways: revenge and forgiveness
EX-DRUMMER (2007): Pretentious nihilism
REVOLT OF THE ZOMBIES (1936): An insult to WHITE ZOMBIE
MONSTER A GO-GO (1965): Boring, then insulting
THE DEVIL'S REJECTS (2005): Torture porn that's not 1/2 as clever as it thinks it is
That's enough hate for one day...  Smile
You've inspired me, as I don't think much about movies I've hated unless they come up in discussion one at a time.  I've seen most of the films you list, and particularly agree with the ones cited as boring.  However, here's three from your list and two of my own:
THE DEVIL'S REJECTS mean-spirited, stupid and repulsive
HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES stupid derivative drivel [EDITED to correct the title...)
LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT now that is hateful  Hatred
GOOD WILL HUNTING contrived claptrap
INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS Pointless poop - a real waste of money, resources, talent, even a few very good ideas... I feel a dumb film review coming on... since when did QUENTIN TARANTINO start blatantly ripping himself off, rewriting history stupidly, and missing opportunity after opportunity to create something genuine?  A HUGE disappointment.  
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« Reply #38 on: February 27, 2010, 05:00:33 PM »

I gotta agree with INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. I bought this for my 17 year old for X Mas-sight unseen. I hadda apolagize! f**k you,Tarintino! You f**ked me! Piece of sh!T! I was expecting a cool WW2 movie-I got a self indulgent mess.  Hatred


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« Reply #39 on: February 27, 2010, 05:22:12 PM »

Tough to hate films... most truly bad films are so boring they're not worth hating.  Here's some that I can muster up hatred for, though.
PROMETHEUS TRIUMPHANT: A FUGUE IN THE KEY OF FLESH (2009): Amatuerish, sloppy and pretentious
ZEITGEIST: THE MOVIE (2007): Conspiracy crap
THE TERROR (1963): Soooo dull
NEKROMANTIK (1987): Shock crap; I see why the director was rejected from film school
THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (1972): Pure sadism, and terribly made to boot
CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA (1961): Just painful attempts at comedy
MOON OF THE WOLF (1972): Aggressively boring
BASIC INSTINCT (1992): Slick, cyncial, predictable
COCKTAIL (1988): Just flat out stupid and bad
GOOD WILL HUNTING (1997): Tackles genius with the insight of Dr. Phil
DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN (2005): I hate scripts that try to have it both ways: revenge and forgiveness
EX-DRUMMER (2007): Pretentious nihilism
REVOLT OF THE ZOMBIES (1936): An insult to WHITE ZOMBIE
MONSTER A GO-GO (1965): Boring, then insulting
THE DEVIL'S REJECTS (2005): Torture porn that's not 1/2 as clever as it thinks it is
That's enough hate for one day...  Smile
You've inspired me, as I don't think much about movies I've hated unless they come up in discussion one at a time.  I've seen most of the films you list, and particularly agree with the ones cited as boring.  However, here's three from your list and two of my own:
THE DEVIL'S REJECTS mean-spirited, stupid and repulsive
HOUSE OF 1000 MANIACS stupid derivative drivel
LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT now that is hateful  Hatred
GOOD WILL HUNTING contrived claptrap
INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS Pointless poop - a real waste of money, resources, talent, even a few very good ideas... I feel a dumb film review coming on... since when did QUENTIN TARANTINO start blatantly ripping himself off, rewriting history stupidly, and missing opportunity after opportunity to create something genuine?  A HUGE disappointment. 


Two disagreements: I don't think HOUSE OF 1000 MANIACS is good by ny stretch of the imagination, but it's the most fun Rob Zombie movie I've seen.  It's a true bad movie in that you can laugh at how incredibly self-indulgent it is. 

I really liked INGLORIOUS BASTERDS as well, made my "top 10" of the year.  Not perfect by any stretch, but Walz was great and the opening scene was extremely tense---reminded me of Leone making a WWII movie. 
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« Reply #40 on: February 27, 2010, 05:29:32 PM »

Two disagreements: I don't think HOUSE OF 1000 MANIACS is good by ny stretch of the imagination, but it's the most fun Rob Zombie movie I've seen.  It's a true bad movie in that you can laugh at how incredibly self-indulgent it is.  
I really liked INGLORIOUS BASTERDS as well, made my "top 10" of the year.  Not perfect by any stretch, but Walz was great and the opening scene was extremely tense---reminded me of Leone making a WWII movie.  
Hey, HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES!!!   Lookingup  Oops... I've only seen those two ZOMBIE flix.  That's enough for me.  

And CHRISTOPH WALTZ was great - there are several interesting scenes in BASTERDS... but in the end, I just found myself offended on too many levels and annoyed at the squandered opportunities.  Having seen nothing new for a long while, 2009 must have been a pritty sh!tty year for movies...  Wink
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« Reply #41 on: February 27, 2010, 05:45:53 PM »

I gotta agree with INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. I bought this for my 17 year old for X Mas-sight unseen. I hadda apolagize! f**k you,Tarintino! You f**ked me! Piece of sh!T! I was expecting a cool WW2 movie-I got a self indulgent mess.  Hatred


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If I wanted to watch a movie all dialouge- in GERMAN (made by an American filmaker!)....well! I wouldnt! Tarintino thinks hes clever-wrong. He's an egotistical,smug,ass.

I loved Inglourious Basterds.  Not as much as the Kill Bill movies, but I loved it.

You are right when you say that Tarantino is not clever, and he may very well be egotistical and smug, I don't pay enough attention to HIM to know for sure.  I just tend to like his movies. I doubt he is stupid though.  I'm sure he knows that his movies are not "clever."

He doesn't do anything original, but what he does do he does very well.  I find his everything -but-the-kitchen-sink approach of "borrowing" ideas, music, and scenes from other films to be very entertaining, and I think there are very few if any living directors who could pull that off the way that he does.

I especially got a kick out of the scenes that had blatant allusions to "Once Upon a Time in the West," and "Dark Shadows."  Like I said, nothing original, but he sure knows how to put it all together to create an entertaining flick.  He's not Sergio Leone, but he's the closest thing we've got these days.  I would maybe put him in the same league as Sergio Corbucci.

My only complaint about the movie is Brad Pitt.  They could have found someone a lot more suited for his role, in my opinion, but at least he did well enough to not ruin the film.


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« Reply #42 on: February 27, 2010, 06:06:01 PM »

I don't think HOUSE OF 1000 MANIACS is good by ny stretch of the imagination, but it's the most fun Rob Zombie movie I've seen.  It's a true bad movie in that you can laugh at how incredibly self-indulgent it is. 

That's the only Rob Zombie movie I've ever seen.  So that's actually his best one?  Yikes.
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« Reply #43 on: February 27, 2010, 06:40:03 PM »

I gotta agree with INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. I bought this for my 17 year old for X Mas-sight unseen. I hadda apolagize! f**k you,Tarintino! You f**ked me! Piece of sh!T! I was expecting a cool WW2 movie-I got a self indulgent mess.  Hatred


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If I wanted to watch a movie all dialouge- in GERMAN (made by an American filmaker!)....well! I wouldnt! Tarintino thinks hes clever-wrong. He's an egotistical,smug,ass.

I loved Inglourious Basterds.  Not as much as the Kill Bill movies, but I loved it.

You are right when you say that Tarantino is not clever, and he may very well be egotistical and smug, I don't pay enough attention to HIM to know for sure.  I just tend to like his movies. I doubt he is stupid though.  I'm sure he knows that his movies are not "clever."

He doesn't do anything original, but what he does do he does very well.  I find his everything -but-the-kitchen-sink approach of "borrowing" ideas, music, and scenes from other films to be very entertaining, and I think there are very few if any living directors who could pull that off the way that he does.

I especially got a kick out of the scenes that had blatant allusions to "Once Upon a Time in the West," and "Dark Shadows."  Like I said, nothing original, but he sure knows how to put it all together to create an entertaining flick.  He's not Sergio Leone, but he's the closest thing we've got these days.  I would maybe put him in the same league as Sergio Corbucci.

My only complaint about the movie is Brad Pitt.  They could have found someone a lot more suited for his role, in my opinion, but at least he did well enough to not ruin the film.




Im not a fan of Pitt at all but I really liked him in this.. Every time he was on screen I thought to myself, damn! he looks like he is having a blast with this role.  TeddyR  This was one of my favorite movies last year.. The scene in the beginning and the bar scene were just amazing.
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« Reply #44 on: February 28, 2010, 05:36:24 AM »

I actually love The Devil's Rejects. Sleaze was Rob Zombie's goal, and sleaze he accomplished. I had a great time watching it. I am actually most worried about disappointing the good Rev., who has an otherwise impeccable taste in movies.

Then again, I also think Inglorious Basterds was the best film of last year. I'm long past the point of trying to defend my movie enjoyments. I like what I like. As long as I had a good time, who cares what others think?

I don't think I can put together 15 hated films, but here are two:

1. Slapstick (of Another Kind)
This is without a doubt the worst movie I have ever seen. This film is literally soul-crushing. DO NOT WATCH IT! A little piece of yourself will die, and you will never, ever get it back. This is not hyperbole, do not endeavor to watch this "film."

2. Feed
Agressivley unpleasant. Not instant death like Slapstick, just really dumb. Don't watch it.
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