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the Rev. J. Darkside
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« Reply #120 on: December 14, 2011, 11:53:55 AM »

I hate pretty much anything that involves Daniel Whitney. Or Dane Cook. Michael Bay annoys me, as well. Natural Born Killers is an interesting case for me, because I hate the hell out of it, but I like it at the same time so I watch it every seven months or so and enjoy it through the loathing. I can't really say why. Probably because I like Juliette Lewis for some reason and I think the soundtrack is kinda cool. It could have been so much more. I mean, you had the Tarantino script, how could you f**k that up? I'm not sure. Even True Romance was better. Oliver Stone's films all seem pretty pretentious, don't they? I have never seen the Lord of the Rings films, but I did try to read the book. I stopped because the books seem to have too much travelling and camping and describing gorgeous scenery, which isn't a bad thing, it's just at age twelve, I wanted Frodo to fight orcs and stuff and not have details about his many breakfasts throughout the day. I read The Hobbit, however. That was fun. I'll probably give The Lord of the Rings another read, though. Back to films I can't stand: Birth of a Nation. I know it's a classic and the first full-length feature film and very influential, but holy hell was it boring. I never even got to the racism that it's known for, because I was sure that part would keep me interested for its duration. I also hated the Tim Burton Batman movie. And the Star Wars prequels. So much. In fact, the Red Letter Media reviews of those films, which are approximately the same length as the films are, are much more entertaining. What's the deal with all the special effects in movies, now? Star Wars from 1977 was way more convincing as far as special effects and plot goes. A horror flick from the 1970's was way scarier than the s**t they have today. The Exorcist and Friday the 13th are infinitely scarier than their modern day counterparts. I also don't care for a lot of John Wayne films, although I don't have anything against him specifically. Most SyFy original movies qualify, usually because of the way too damn poorly done CGI. Also, I hated Battlefield Earth. The camera work alone almost made me barf. Then there's Blood Sucking Freaks, which I guess I don't actually hate it, I just have no desire to watch that horrifyingly tasteless film again.
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« Reply #121 on: December 14, 2011, 02:02:04 PM »

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RODNEY DANGERFIELD is awesome in NATURAL BORN KILLERS, a film I think one could both love and hate. 

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« Reply #122 on: December 15, 2011, 07:20:57 AM »

THE WIZARD OF OZ is a paragon of Hollywood greatness.  I could see where somebody wouldn't care for it. 

Well, now that you mention it, that's something I actually left out of my original post up there.  Oz is so very, very "Hollywood".  It's loud, it's bright, it's slight, it's clean, and it's harmless.  A lot of people like that kind of thing.  Hell, I like that kind of thing on occasion, but not here.  Using the two movies I mentioned above as counterpoints, I prefer the ugly, grimy, gritty, scary urban decay of The Wiz or the dark and dangerous fairy-tale feel of Return to Oz.
The reason I like it-is because its happy happy joy joy.
My early childhood was scarred by evil and violence.
Once a year I could go to Oz.
I eventually went to horror films...when I was 7.
But thats a whole nother story...

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« Reply #123 on: December 15, 2011, 07:51:22 PM »

But Wizard of Oz wasn't all sunshine if I recall correctly, there was some darkness there as is usually the case with most fantasy fare seems to me - you had death and the threat of death throughout and that witch and especially those freaking flying monkeys freaked me out first I saw 'em as a tyke. Bob seems to have trouble with fantasy as a genre I noticed given a lot of his selections. I think I have more trouble mainstream Westerns although I've come to appreciate the B-Westerns somewhat. I also tend to dislike films that seem out and out determined to just offend and shock me at the expense of story and/or characterization, even worse when I saw the potential for something great there within. Also don't tend to care for cookie-cutter glittered and glam crap, like a shiny new present wrapped up with a piece of crud hidden inside.

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