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    RIght, reading above I'll also nominate the Village (and it was great up to a point but worst ending ever)

    Another that was OK up to a certain point was Jeepers Creepers. I'm not a fan of slasher/horror but it had enough in it for me to like it up until SPOILER: it turned out to be a ****ing goblin!

    Adaptation is great BTW
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    Ooooooh, speaking of Keira Knightly, add King Arthur to the list.
    Jeepers Creepers was awful I though, funilly enough the DVD was brought to my Gaff by the same person who reccomended Blair Witch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BohsPartisan View Post
    Ooooooh, speaking of Keira Knightly, add King Arthur to the list.
    Right that makes King Arthur, two of the Pirates movies, Domino, The Jacket, The Hole, and Star Wars: Eps One on her roll call of shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by noby View Post
    Except for Raising Arizona of course.
    I said what I said.

    And Leaving Las Vegas
    ...is that the one where he's REALLY hamming up his bad Elvis impersonator routine? Possibly with a ludicrously miscast Val Kilmer appearing to him AS Elvis from time to time? Jesus wept!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel Ritchie View Post
    ...is that the one where he's REALLY hamming up his bad Elvis impersonator routine? Possibly with a ludicrously miscast Val Kilmer appearing to him AS Elvis from time to time? Jesus wept!!
    Thats True Romance and Christian Slater you're thinking of, and on both counts of Jesus weeping for them you're wrong!!

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    And Val Kilmer was PERFECTLY cast in True Romance (a great film)
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    Blair Witch Project
    Borat
    Natural Born Killers
    The Village
    all films I've thoroughly enjoyed

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    Lord of the bloody rings , what the hell was going on there how anyone can like them is beyond me , throw his king kong in there aswell .

    Any micheal moore rubbish

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    Tend to avoid films with turkey reviews but.........

    Closer - irritates me just thinking of that bloody film

    Titanic - Too far fetched. A passenger ship hits an ice berg and sinks in early 1900's. As if................

    Theres many more abominations that may be dredged from the memory in the course of the thread.....................
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    The only film I came close to walking out of was "The Transporter". Utterly, utterly dire film. Jason Statham has been in a few decent flick, but this was total toss. Even the sex scene was boring! Decent fight scene in a garage with the floor doused in oil though.
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    The Butterfly Effect

    But the worst film ever has to be Tank Girl.
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    Magnolia is very heavy but not a bad movie. It is however not your popcorn type movie.

    I would not go so far to say its a bad movie but I never got the whole Donie Darko thing (too much hype?) eventhough I usually like movies like that...

    I will however nominate every Eddie Murphy movie since Beverly Hills Cops. How many times can you dress up as woman?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    RIght, reading above I'll also nominate the Village (and it was great up to a point but worst ending ever)
    Wasn't The Village a remake of a Japanese classic?...haven't seen that either but usually the remake losses the point of the original (as in Vanilla Sky - remake of Abre los Ojos)

    The worst film I have seen lately was called 'Idiocracy' - an air force layabout who gets frozen through cryogenics and reawakens in the future where the human population has been dumbed down and he is now the most intelligent person alive....

    Sweet Jesus what was I thinking

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    I will however nominate every Eddie Murphy movie since Beverly Hills Cops. How many times can you dress up as woman?
    Or how often can he play nearly every leading character in the same film, watched Norbit on home at the weekend and it is muck....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustavo View Post
    Blair Witch Project
    Borat
    Natural Born Killers
    The Village
    all films I've thoroughly enjoyed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Caught a bit of that Domino and yeah, it was rubbish. Tony Soctt directed it too so it should've been good.
    Ha! Tony Scott hasn't made a passable film in years.

    Quote Originally Posted by Risteard View Post
    I'm an easily pleased cinema-goer.
    The only awful films I've seen are a pervy remake of Peter Pan and Vin Diesels XxX.
    I haven't seen it, but I expect XxX2 may actually be worse.

    Quote Originally Posted by jebus View Post
    Right that makes King Arthur, two of the Pirates movies, Domino, The Jacket, The Hole, and Star Wars: Eps One on her roll call of shame
    Ah now, it's hardly fair to blame her for The Phantom Menace.

    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    I will however nominate every Eddie Murphy movie since Beverly Hills Cops. How many times can you dress up as woman?
    Seconded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    I will however nominate every Eddie Murphy movie since Beverly Hills Cops.
    Except for Shrek, I agree.

    Also every Steve Martin film since LA Story
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    Quote Originally Posted by John83 View Post
    Ha! Tony Scott hasn't made a passable film in years.
    Just checked, and I agree. Amazing how far you'll let one or good films go in a directors rep.
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