Discussion in 'General' started by jhanlon303, 25 Jul 2008.
He was quoting spaced...
Troy is one of those films I could watch again and again and never get tired of it
Revolver was probably one of the worst films I've seen. I left the cinema without a clue as to what had actually happened in the film.
I understood Revolver - maybe that's why I didn't really enjoy it...
Never hated a film so much, and I was conned into watching About A Boy.
Norbit. Can haz time back plz?
Signs was watchable.. just.
Scary Movie was okay, but the sequels are dire beyond belief.
DOA - dead or alive
If it wasn't for the women in bikini's this would be 0 stars. The boobs make it 1 star at best.
Resident Evil 3... the first was bad, the second was very bad. Could not understand how
they could do a third one wich suck more than the other two...
AI the film that never end....
The hills have eyes 2 is attocious was made for a fiver clearly
The worst movie I own on DVD is Avalon
the shark attack series of films are pretty awful too, i'd rather watch a video about pottery
" The Government doesn't lie to us" that's the only good bit in it!
Worst movie hands down, Zardoz, has a huge actor in it that goes by the name of Sean Connery, check it out
paradise lost also
I watched about half on cable TV, in my livingroom, and I did walk out on it. Funny, I found myself wanting to go back inside.
That was the funniest part of the movie - I think.
Wow hmm in one post you've completely made me feel like a bit of a tool so i would like to apologize profusely and simply state that the space reference was a little over my head as i've never really seen it so again please except my most humble of apologizes.
as I quite liked Avalon I'm going to interpret that as you not owning any bad films. Worst one I spy on dvd is Blair Witch, I assume it belongs to my housemate
See my mate says it's **** too blair witch, but he also likes 'no country for old men' which i went to see with him and he was like it's the best film ever well maybe but i asked him to explain why he fell asleeep half way thru! haha
No, it was actually quite a good film, but people possibly expected "Sean goes all Deathsport 3000 in a Post-Apocalyptic future" and were disappointed when it turned out to be a philosophical film.
It is basically about what happens to people when they get everything they want: comfort, security, eternal life. Needless to say it doesn't work out well. It is human nature to dream, strive and quest; we define ourselves in our struggle with life. When that is rendered unnecessary, we lose who we are and become empty shadows of our former selves.
nexxo, you may have half a point, but theres no possible way you can defend that ^^
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