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    Anchorman 2.

    Terrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattlad View Post
    I found that with Love Honour and Obey. Rubbish, yet I sort of liked it.
    It's quality that's why.

    Not serious, a bit tongue in cheek but I enjoyed it.
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    An Officer and a Gentleman.

    It was 30 years ago, but hell, that was too recent for me!!!!

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    Finally got round to watching Only God Forgives. It's by the same director as Drive (which I enjoyed).


    This was slow, painfully pretentious nonsense that is supposed to make the viewer work a bit. Unfortunately that doesn't work unless the film actually has some sense to it.


    A mess of a plot (what there is of it), strange editing and annoying shots of people's faces just staring meaninglessly for thirty seconds.


    I like some arthouse stuff and I don't mind 'slow' movies at all; in fact, I actually prefer them. But this was just crap.


    And if you don't like shocking violence - which I didn't necessarily object to this particular film - definitely do not consider watching it.


    I really wanted to like this film. It sounded - and looked - like it was going to be right up my street. But it failed. The only thing I can give credit for is the mood lighting and cinematography.


    1 out of 5 stars.

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    Noah-only comment:WTF????

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    American Hustle absolute dross. The hustle is getting fools like me to part with the blu-ray cost.

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    'Nothing left to fear' is really terrible. The only scary thing is that several people at some point inexplicably thought it would be a good idea to release it..

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    The Avengers (with uma t in it).... I think I fell asleep.

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    Man of Tai Chi, which other than the fight scenes was just rubbish. I guess Kneau Reeves is running out of cash to make such crap.

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    Elysium. Big budget, big tedium.

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    Diana. Watched it on Netflix and it was utter rubbish...

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    Transformers.

    Juvenile pony, I only managed twenty minutes.
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    'Battle Planet'. Hilariously unintentionally bad.

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    I saw Desperado the other night.

    Had Salma Hayek and Quentin Tarantino amongst others so I thought it couldn't be that bad.

    Wrong!

    Basically just lots of shooting of the type that propels people several feel through the air and a plotline so thin..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    I saw Desperado the other night.

    Had Salma Hayek and Quentin Tarantino amongst others so I thought it couldn't be that bad.

    Wrong!

    Basically just lots of shooting of the type that propels people several feel through the air and a plotline so thin..........
    You had me at Salma Hayek, Netflix here I come.

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    I would rather spend two hours T-Bagging a paper shredder then plunging my mangled testes into a vat of salt water than sit through 'Julie and Julia' again.
    About as engaging as an afternoon talking cross stitch with your octogenarian auntie and peppered with characters as likeable as the former corpse botherer Jimmy Saville.

    The only positive thing I can think to say about it is that since she chose it, my sister in law has been banned from Netflix in my company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgone Accumulator View Post
    American Hustle absolute dross. The hustle is getting fools like me to part with the blu-ray cost.
    Wasted 2 hours of my life the other night with this crap. Wish I had read this beforehand :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave O'Sullivan View Post
    I would rather spend two hours T-Bagging a paper shredder then plunging my mangled testes into a vat of salt water than sit through 'Julie and Julia' again.
    About as engaging as an afternoon talking cross stitch with your octogenarian auntie and peppered with characters as likeable as the former corpse botherer Jimmy Saville.

    The only positive thing I can think to say about it is that since she chose it, my sister in law has been banned from Netflix in my company.
    Dude, didn't the title set off a warning bell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarto View Post
    Dude, didn't the title set off a warning bell?
    Not. My. Choice... :(

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    Just checked. Got 7 / 10 on IMBD. Who in the hell rates these things.
    I beg at least one person on this forum watches this film to back me up that this is the worst thing to happen to cinema since The Rock decided to. Hang up his wrestling boots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jchlu View Post
    You had me at Salma Hayek, Netflix here I come.
    Desperado and El Mariaci are both great films and worth a look

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    Quote Originally Posted by kas9t82 View Post
    World War Z, utter crap. Must be the worst i've seen in 10 years.
    Is that the brad pit saves the world. If its the film im thinking it really is poor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave O'Sullivan View Post
    I would rather spend two hours T-Bagging a paper shredder then plunging my mangled testes into a vat of salt water than sit through 'Julie and Julia' again.
    About as engaging as an afternoon talking cross stitch with your octogenarian auntie and peppered with characters as likeable as the former corpse botherer Jimmy Saville.

    The only positive thing I can think to say about it is that since she chose it, my sister in law has been banned from Netflix in my company.


    Sorry but reading this^^^ Has started my day off wonderfully

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    Quote Originally Posted by ac82 View Post
    Desperado and El Mariaci are both great films and worth a look
    Just shows how varied people's taste is.
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  25. #175
    Rio 2. I got 3/4 an hour in before being bored witless with the lack of plot and constant musical interludes.

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    TOTALLY RUBBISH films you've watched recently...

    Sex Tape, an absolute confirmation that sometimes a trailer has all the best bits, in fact the two minutes of the trailer were the ONLY funny scenes in the film the rest was total crap, after around 45 mins we left, it really is that bad.

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    Snitch with Dwayne Johnson, terrible terrible film.

    Second Anchorman 2 also,I'm think they tried too hard.

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    I fell asleep watching Rio 2 with the kids. Horrible.

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    American Hustle - complete M'eh - a film that thinks it's clever but is actually pretty average

    Killing Them Softly - vanity project....here you go Mr Pitt,do what you like. Average at best.

    Old Boy - not the original Korean version (which is bloody good by the way) but the U.S. remake with Josh Brolin. Shite.

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    The Edge of Tomorrow with Tom Cruise (when was the last time you watched him in a GOOD movie?) and Emily Blunt.

    Despite the 8.0 on IMDB, I think it's not a good movie. The theme: 'Saving Private Ryan meets Groundhog Day' or better: 'Saving Private Ryan meets The Source Code' is not original and the plot is very thin (to say the least...). Two hours of my life I won't get back.

    Menno

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    Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit.

    Jeez. How do these films get funded and made? Shockingly bad. The same as everything Chris Pine's lips have appeared in.

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    Maze Runner, super weak IMO

    Dolphin Tale 2, my daughters choice :)

    The Giver, (no not a gay porn film), just a totally pointless film.

    I know I've seen some other terrible ones recently, but I seem to have blocked them from memory at the moment.

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    House of Bodies

    one of the worst movies I have ever seen with reasonable actors in it,




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    Guy x!!! It was awfull

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    Sin City 2: A dame to kill for. Complete rubbish apart from Jessica Alba dancing of course.

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    Enemy with Jake Gyllenhal - trying way,way too hard to be clever. Even reading up on the interpretation, I'm not really any the wiser. I normally like this sort of thing, but it was pretentious rubbish.

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    Left Behind - Starring Nicholas Cage, oh dear, its one of those God promoting films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSTEEL View Post
    Left Behind - Starring Nicholas Cage, oh dear, its one of those God promoting films.
    god that was awful, I didn't realise it was the god squad who produced this at first, turned off after 25 mins.

    that reminds me, I need to get a mate back for recommending 'The Anomaly' to me, pure drivel start to finish.

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    Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy

    Bought it after listening to the Wittertainment podcasts where Kermode raved about it.

    Had to switch it off after an hour as it was so dull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ach5 View Post
    Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy

    Bought it after listening to the Wittertainment podcasts where Kermode raved about it.

    Had to switch it off after an hour as it was so dull.
    to be fair Ach5, I didn't like it first time round, there was too much distraction in the house, I watched it again late one evening and really enjoyed it, might be worth giving it another chance, just for Gary Oldham.

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    The Other Woman, I nearly cried.....Cameron Diaz looks old!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballin View Post
    The Other Woman, I nearly cried.....Cameron Diaz looks old!
    her eye job didn't do her any favours, to be fair I still would, not bad for 42.


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    Denzel rendition of The equalizer. Generic

    Lets be cops. Like the above but with 'laffs'.

    Maze runner. Hunger games veined crap.

    Tmnt. Ruined the 90's version.


    I despair for movies

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    Anabelle - what a pile of shite

    Went last night
    Totally crap
    Too long
    Far too slow etc
    Crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by ach5 View Post
    Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy

    Bought it after listening to the Wittertainment podcasts where Kermode raved about it.

    Had to switch it off after an hour as it was so dull.
    I loved that.

    Brilliant acting all round, marvellous film.
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    Sinbad....the 5th voyage
    What a load of shite. Turned off after 10mins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ach5 View Post
    Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy

    Bought it after listening to the Wittertainment podcasts where Kermode raved about it.

    Had to switch it off after an hour as it was so dull.
    For me Kermode rarely gets it right.

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    Speed Race...made by the Matrix people. Utter dross. Unlike theMatrix, well the first one anyway

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    A Most Wanted Man.

    2 hours of waiting for the film to get going, then the end-credits appeared... Utter shite, think Tinker Tailor but at -speed, and no plot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattlad View Post
    I found that with Love Honour and Obey. Rubbish, yet I sort of liked it.
    Cheesy, formulaic, one of my favourite films! However, I watched 'Killer Joe' yesterday with Matthew McConaughey (in the film not sat with me watching it) and still do not know if it was carp or genius. Some 'interesting' scenes but I think because I still do not know what to make of it, I think i'll just opt for the latter.

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