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What's the worst film you've ever seen/favourite film?

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by jimbob23, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. cat_woman

    cat_woman Well-Known Forumite

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  2. db

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    i'd buy that for a dollar!
     
  3. Gramaisc

    Gramaisc Forum O. G.

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  4. db

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    i love dumb & dumber :haw:

    "I DESPERATELY WANT TO MAKE LOVE TO A SCHOOLBOY :gonk:"

    lol brilliant..
     
  5. shoes

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    Worst film ever has got to be either titanic or spider man 3. I haven't decided yet, i cried after both, titanic because I had literally wasted about a year (or so it felt) of my life watching that drivvel and spider man 3 because it cost me £6.50 to have my life wasted. Should have gone on a wednesday...

    Best.... probably requiem for a dream.
     
  6. shoes

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    In fact any of them, worst series of films EVER.

    As ever I disagree with the masses on this point, i have not found a single minute of Star Wars entertaining. I'd sooner watch the director's cut of the Tellytubbies movie. Would make more sense too.
     
  7. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    Spiderman 3 is by far the worst I've paid to see, put me off the cinema for a while!
     
  8. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    Star Wars was a major part of my childhood, not just the films but the toys too. It was the first and only franchise I was actually interested in, and I still have a lot of the toys at my mums! The thing is, it was from my childhood. The effects were groundbreaking and the sheer size of the film was immense - back then. In your childhood it was already old hat, I'd be suprised if you did feel anything like what I do for it.
     
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    Thre would appear to be a new version of Tales of the Riverbank out recently - but without real animals! What is the point of that? There are people involved who clearly should know better than to desecrate such a cultural icon. I might be getting the axe out again.
     
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    Didn't we go and see it together? Can't believe MyCult and chums left me sat there, i thought theyd gone the bog and turned out they'd walked out the cinema and into the pub. Left me there with the crying girlies and Kez who was pretty much drooling over black spiderman.

    Weak!
     
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    blatantly missed an opportunity for the ol' "hole in the bottom of the popcorn bucket" gag there :fap:
     
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    LMAO! Damnit. Any female forumites up for a film night round mine?
     
  13. ToriRat

    ToriRat Is that a Moomin?

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    depends on the movie...
     
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    Spiderman 3

    Edit: popcorn provision has been made ;)
     
  15. db

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    how about In Diana Jones and the Temple of Poon? :munch:
     
  16. Monquey

    Monquey Dressed like Cadfael

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    Roll me a fat one, and I'm there.

    This. Which is what made the new ones even worse - not only were they a pile of splew, they served to highlight the iniquities of the originals.

    Even if you didn't like Star Wars, perhaps Indiana Jones was a treasured memory from your childhood? Seen Crystal Skull?

    Lucas - step away editing suite, and put the camera down.
     
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    Ted Raimi?
     
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    WHAT!!!!! i can't believe they used a puppet hammy the hamster and voiced him with Ardal o'Hanlon.

    Maybe theyshould have got Richard Hammond to play the role !!!!!!!!!!!!!! no costume needed!!!!!!!!
     
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    Don't watch that rubbish, here's the real thing. If they filmed this today the rat would have to be wearing goggles.
     
  20. ToriRat

    ToriRat Is that a Moomin?

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    LOL
    sorry shoes not even for you will i watch Spidy3

    Flesh Gordon anyone?
     

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