Movies that blow

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  1. Thracozaag

    Thracozaag Senior member

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    But was it better than the Dolph Lundgren "Punisher" movie? I think it was, by a small margin. Since the Dolph Lundgren movie really had absolutely NOTHING to do with The Punisher.

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    Captain America makes the Punisher look like Citizen Kane.

    koji
     
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    Nick M Senior member

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    Captain America makes the Punisher look like Citizen Kane.

    koji

    Haha, featuring JD Salinger's kid, and an inexplicably Italian Red Skull. Classic.
     
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    RJman Posse Member Dubiously Honored

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    Just watched Troy on HBO. Blow side of center.
    "He killed my... cousin!"[​IMG]
     
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    Worst movies ever...

    House of the Dead

    and if you didn't get enough of that...

    Alone in the Dark

    Deep Impact

    Hard Rain

    War of the Worlds

    Ultra Violet

    and the worst movie I ever saw in the theatre...

    Alexander
     
  5. Thracozaag

    Thracozaag Senior member

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    Haha, featuring JD Salinger's kid, and an inexplicably Italian Red Skull. Classic.

    Just when the "wtf" factor in that movie was already at a stratospheric level, they throw in that in...amazing.

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    The Devil Wears Prada, was insufferable. Soon, I may add the Black Dahlia, to this list . . .
     
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    Saw Superman tonight. Mediocre.

    Came home and caught Waterboy on TV. Never seen it before. Blew a gale.
     
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    Aaron Senior member

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    King Kong (2005) was the biggest waste of 3+ hours known to mankind. The "Jurassic Park" interlude (and the entire 1.5 hours spent on Skull Island) was ponderous, at best. Jack Black sucked, Adrian Brody was hopelessly miscast and Ms. Watts, however beautiful, couldn't begin to save this flea ridden dog.
    didn't even rent the headphones. It was terrible with no sound, but hearing the drivel that passed for dialogue would have been interminable. Also watched every minute "Soul Plane" on TMC, while stuck in a small town overnight. How does crap like that get made? I will watch anything when I am in the mood to vegitate. Usually I feel worse afterwards.
     
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    javyn Senior member

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    How sad, I thought the Black Dahlia was an amazing book, and LA Confidential, a GREAT movie.

    I was having trouble deciding between Black Dahlia and Jackass 2....I guess I'll be seeing Jackass 2....I hear it has my hero in it, John Waters!
     
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    The Benchwamers
    Miami Vice
    Steamboy from the creator of "Akira"
     
  12. Thracozaag

    Thracozaag Senior member

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    Steamboy was pretty good, actually.

    koji
     
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    Steamboy was pretty good, actually.

    koji


    The pulleys and the levers, steam!? It was bad. How do you go from an epic masterpiece like Akira, One of the most influential works of art of all time arcoss all genres, to hulking Steam driven train machines-It though it was awful.
     
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    Suburban Commando. No Holds Barred.
     
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    redcaimen Bigtime

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    I dont know if it has been mentioned before, but Deathrace 2000 was so incredibly bad it twisted the movie quality spectrum into a mobius strip and became good. Sylvester Stallone as I think his name was Machine Gun Joe Paterbo and that Carradine freak dressed in leather underwear doing a Waltz. It was set in the future and France was still the enemy.
     

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