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  1. #101  
    Originally posted by bblue



    Why should you support your opinion when it's quite obvious, as in this case? If you don't see WHY he posted what he did, you're too stupid to understand it, or too narrow minded to accept it! As long as we're not writing essays, it's fine.

    I can see why bkbk is angry. I can see why Toby is angry, without reading his thorough proofs.

    (ok, you're not angry, you're just "contentness challenged" at the moment" )

    That being said, when necessary (in my opinion) , bkbk DOES provide proof. (Boycott Trailways)


    bkbk is a good apple though, by my means. So is Toby. So I'll settle this now.


    You're both right AND wrong. Face it. Drop it. Live with it.
    After this post right here, this thread shall be driven back to topic BEFORE the mods get their little paws on it. So whether or not you're satisfied, please drop it /OR/ move it to Private Messangeeng befour I luze my zpeling caypawbiwiteez.
    Am I dreaming? Is bblue actually solving argument instead of starting them?
    I guess that holiday did you good...

    Let's try to stay on topic from now on (like bblue allready said)

    I got my 'little paws' on it too late allready, let's not get this out of hand...
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  2. #102  
    "bkbk ran away??"

    Yep, according to his last post in his "assaulted" thread.

    click here

    Another really bad movie:

    I come In Peace with Dolph I coulda been a contender Lundgren
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  3. #103  
    Oh shoot. Now who will say I'm always right? Even worse, my right headphone stopped working on my Rio! NOOOOOOOOO! NOT MY RIGHT HEADPHONE!!! NOOOOOOO!!!!!


    "Good Burger" was a hideous movie.

    I can't sympathize with the characters. sorry.
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  4. #104  
    Originally posted by bblue
    4) Space Oddesy 2001
    Not bad, but uh... they stretched 10 minutes of plot to cover a few hours. (prepares for flames) If you're going to see it, make sure you have your remote control. Ruined an otherwise excellent movie.

    I hated the long parts of this movie too. This movie was made the year I was born (1973) and I had never seen it till last month. It WAS a good 10 minute plot, but I sat in my chair with the DVD in 30X fast-foreward mode and still found myself getting bored toward the end. i can't believe anyone ever sat though this flick in a theatre (without falling asleep). I guess it is entertaining only if you just spent the past year or two in a sweaty jungle lugging a rifle.
  5. #105  
    Toby and bblue, drop it now!
    keep on topic and no flames!

    I'm getting very tired of you two...

    p.s. I deleted all post that were just off topic flaming and intend to do so with every post that has flames in them...
    I hate censorship, but I'm afraid you forced me to use it...
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  6. #106  
    Originally posted by jeffbeerman2
    This movie was made the year I was born (1973)
    actually, 2001 was released in 1968, and made in 1967.
    Are you thinking of Dark Star?

    i can't believe anyone ever sat though this flick in a theatre (without falling asleep).
    Tho I don't have any experience with this aspect, I understand the last half-hour is mindblowing for the chemically adjusted.
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  7. #107  
    Originally posted by ToolkiT:
    Toby and bblue, drop it now!
    keep on topic and no flames!

    I'm getting very tired of you two...


    Hmmm.

    p.s. I deleted all post that were just off topic flaming and intend to do so with every post that has flames in them...

    There are still posts in the thread that are off topic 'flaming'.

    I hate censorship, but I'm afraid you forced me to use it...

    Since you deleted them, I don't even have any idea of what you're talking about, but I'm not sure how this approach is going to help matters.
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  8. #108  
    Ok, I have to agree about Thomas and the Magic Railroad, my kids (5&3) love it, but it is so not the quality of the series.

    Two big questions arise from this movie:
    1. Why are clips not shown from this movie to embarass Alec Baldwin on Late Night TV
    2. Why is Alec Baldwin still in America - W was elected 6 months ago!


    Second worst movie - and this one takes the cake:
    Dr. T and the women with Richard Gere

    Annoying points (SPOILERS - not that the movie isn't already rotten):
    1. Way overcharictarization of North Dallas
    2. Farrah Fawcett dancing naked in a ritzy Dallas mall
    3. Her character is diagnosed with going nuts because she is "loved too much"
    4. Richard Gere's car is picked up by a tornado in Downtown Dallas - he ends up in Mexico (at least 400 miles)
    5. We get to watch a baby being delivered - from the Dr's viewpoint
  9. #109  
    Originally posted by jeffbeerman2


    I hated the long parts of this movie too. This movie was made the year I was born (1973) and I had never seen it till last month. It WAS a good 10 minute plot, but I sat in my chair with the DVD in 30X fast-foreward mode and still found myself getting bored toward the end. i can't believe anyone ever sat though this flick in a theatre (without falling asleep). I guess it is entertaining only if you just spent the past year or two in a sweaty jungle lugging a rifle.

    Keep in mind, jeff. In the 70's, people were still on lots of drugs. To them, they saw pretty colors in a hippie fantasy, and were able to understand the not-quite-so-fitting-in-my-mind symbolism that is conveyed throughout this movie.

    To them, the space was probably needed to get control of their colorful hallucinations.
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  10. #110  
    Saw A.I. tonight. Started out crap, got a little better, and then soon turned back into just crap. Then it got worse; it was all downhill from there.
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  11. #111  
    Small soldiers, the american version of Godzilla (they butchered it beyond recognition), and nutty professor 2...
    1 out of every 3 baby ducklings are born without the protective membrane on the bottom of their webbed feet that enables them to survive in the water because of acid rain.
    1 out of 5 are born without heads.
    You can't make this stuff up... or can you?
  12. #112  
    Did ya see "Escape from LA" on TV last night...I think this could have been Steve Bushemi's first appearence. I was falling asleep but I saw him playing a bit part in this terrible flick...
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  13. #113  
    Being that Steve Buscemi's been making movies since the mid-80's, I doubt that was his first movie.
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    #114  
    My worst films list (take it or leave it):

    (No surprise)Every movie which lists Julia Roberts in the credits, with two exceptions: Michael Collins, because she wasn't in it that much, and Erin Brockovich, because even SHE couldn't ruin a script that good and a director with that much talent. Why he casted her is still a mystery, though.

    (And yes, I've seen them all, even though I hate her, just so that I'm not a hypocrite for making fun of her.)

    By the way, all the other movies she's been in suck for reasons ranging far beyond just the lack of ability of the leading lady. Poor dialogue, lame plot choices, and seriously cheezy endings would have made these movies suck regardless. But having her certainly didn't improve the situation.

    I've heard she's got the lead for the new remake of Mr. Ed. She certainly has the TEETH for that.

    Other movies that I didn't exactly like:

    Crying Game- Great first twenty minutes about the IRA turns into two hours about a chick with a d$%@. It was supposed to be shocking; I wasn't surprised. I was enraged. Probably THE worst film I've ever seen.

    Almost everything Disney (animated) post Lion King. Man, they just took that formula and ran with it, didn't they? Lately they've been doing better. (Atlantis was okay, and Fantasia 2000 rules, but that's thanks to Roy Disney, and despite Eisner.) And no, Pixar movies like Bugs Life and Toy Story are NOT Disney films.

    Non-Animated Disney movies usually suck, unless they had nothing to do with them, like in the case of Sixth Sense. Thus, Air Bud, The Kid, etc. all suck.

    Charlie's Angels. I read somewhere that the script was rewritten almost thirty times. They should have gone for thirty-one. Nothing worse than women who think they're funny but aren't. Drew Barrymore isn't cute enough or funny enough to pull of the role at all, but puts herself in the movie anyway because she's producing. Then, she puts her moronic boyfriend who also thinks he's funny even though he isn't into the movie for no apparent reason except to give him some work. Add some (inappropriate) Matrix rip-off special effects and you got one of the worst films ever. Lucy Lu was the only redeeming factor here. And Bill Murray, of course.

    Someone mentioned the Coens earlier. They hit and miss. Big Lebowski deserves a second viewing, if you didn't like it the first time. Some of the scenes between Bridges, Goodman, and Buscemi are so natural, so well-written, and so well-acted they aught to be in film classes. Definitely Goodman's best work to date. Fargo is an awesome movie that goes over a lot of heads (no offense). You have to go into it realizing that it's a comedy. It really is a comedy.

    Another killer movie that gets overlooked: Grand Canyon. Nobody I talk to gets that movie. It was so incredible.

    That's all I can think of for now. There are lots more.
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  15. #115  
    Originally posted by OrangeDeluxe
    Did ya see "Escape from LA" on TV last night...I think this could have been Steve Bushemi's first appearence. I was falling asleep but I saw him playing a bit part in this terrible flick...
    This link will take you a filmography for Steve Buscemi. He's been in movies since 1984 although many are small parts.
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  16. #116  
    One word: Tampopo.

    I saw that on IFC a few weeks ago and at the end I couldn't help but wonder why I had spent that last couple of hours of my life watching a movie about Chinese noodles. MAN!

    Second choice, again from the Orient: The Pillow Book. I'm no film expert, but what I had heard about this film was supposed to be "deep" and "moving". Instead, and forgive me for spoiling plots, but it appeared to be mostly about an old guy who had a business or fetish for peeling the skins off of people for their tattoos. Talk about a head trip; perhaps I missed the point. Another Greenaway film, BTW.



    Oh yeah - did anyone mention the "Faces of Death" series? Try watching THOSE while drinking beer and eating pizza in quantity.
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