gdb wrote: »
ahmed wrote: »
where the wild things are. Technically I have not really "seen" all of it because I stopped about half way.
JerryR1verz wrote: »
Wrong Turn was so bad it was good... epic
headrott wrote: »
Rumplestiltskin. Terrible, terrible movie! Not sure if it's "the worst", but it's up there........
WARNING!!! Contenent NOT suitable for all ages (language). Not too bad, however. This will give you some idea of the "quality" of the movie!
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Sci-fi Polk Guy wrote: »
This is totally unrelated to post, but in your signature, I noticed that you have a Technics SL-1200Mk2 turntable. I had a college buddy who had one back in the early 80's. It was the bomb!! His system consisted of the aforementioned turntable with a Shure V15 Type IV cartridge, a 100 wpc stereo integrated amp and a tuner by Kenwood, a dbx noise reduction unit, and a pair of RTR towers with supertweeters. At that time, that was a nice rig for a college student.
Farkenhostile wrote: »
Grownups 2 was by far the worst movie I have ever seen, Adam Sandler who used to be funny should be banned from making movies for at least 10 years after that one. The 2nd worst was Grownups 1.
Polkie2009 wrote: »
ROHfan, lol, did you see the tongue in cheek " jump the shark" scene where the guy ran across the backs of the swimming sharks to escape the sinking taxi?
xjghost wrote: »
Oh damn I forgot one! The Grand Budapest Hotel ..... Pure torture to watch. Thankfully I did not pay to see this one. Was in the GF's Nexflix que.
Msabot1 wrote: »
An old one...Killer Klowns From Outer Space.....Sahara...about an ironclad going to
Africa with a load of gold... Really? Those things couldn't navigate a river without sinking....and more recently..at a buddies house..World War Z....those zombies falling off buildings...all in a huge pile...that was rich...I laughed so hard my sides split! What's with all these zombie movies anyway?
scottyboy76 wrote: »
I hate to hear that, deb and i enjoyed wes andersons movie "Rushmore", as a sweet funny very different movie from what was typically out there.
"The life acquatic with stevezissou" was a mild dissapointment but when I saw the commercials for hotel i was looking forward.
Thanks for the heads up, wont waste time.
Coltsfan#1 wrote: »
Glitter -- still trying to get those two hours back! I'd have to put Hudson Hawk in there, too.
xjghost wrote: »
I don't think I have ever seen any of his movies. This was my first. I would get others opinions before you trust mine.