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Old 01-26-2006, 11:49 PM   #21
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The worst movie I have seen so far is "Ski School 2." I never saw the first one, never will. I have a copy of "Jesus Christ Vampire Slayer" I've been meaning to check out, and I'm sure it will make the list.

Cheesefood: Punch Drunk Love is the best Adam Sandler movie of all time. I know that's not saying much, but he's much more enjoyable when he's not talking like an infant and putting things down his pants. I enjoyed that movie a great deal. To each his own, but man...THAT's the worst Adam Sandler movie you've seen?

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Old 01-27-2006, 12:42 AM   #22
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c'mon . Field of Dreams is a good movie. and Fandango, and Bull Durham are classics!
OK, well I have to admit that I've never seen Field of Dreams. Having seen his other clunkers, I've never wanted to. But Waterworld? The Postman? The Upside of Anger? Blaaaaaahhhhhh!
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Old 01-27-2006, 12:44 AM   #23
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rewster, i'd have to say that all adam sandler flicks are the worst.

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Old 01-27-2006, 02:14 AM   #24
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"The Mosquito Squadron" A really bad WW2 flick.

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Old 01-27-2006, 02:22 AM   #25
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What?!? You obviously haven't seen Waterworld - a superb performance by Costner and the role that will ultimately secure his place in the annals of Hollywood stardom!

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Most recently watched bad movie?
I watched "The War of the Worlds" last weekend. No, not the new one, and not the original one. Don't know the production date, but it had a '00 Monte Carlo and special effects from the late 80's. The acting was all WAY over the top, and much of it was crying. The storyline didn't connect at all, and nothing fit together right.

At least you got to see this beautiful woman topless for the first two minutes of the movie (great tits), but that hardly made up for the aliens - they looked like walking green canopies.
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Old 01-27-2006, 02:28 AM   #26
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Worst movie I can think of is Kenneth Branaugh's "Frankenstein."
From the fake opening of a ship stuck in the polar ice cap, to the blood and egg-white slime. ::shudder::

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Old 01-27-2006, 03:21 AM   #27
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OK, well I have to admit that I've never seen Field of Dreams. Having seen his other clunkers, I've never wanted to. But Waterworld? The Postman? The Upside of Anger? Blaaaaaahhhhhh!
okay, i'm with you on those, and i have never seen them! i just know they suck. but do me a favor. go rent bull durham. i swear you'll laugh your ass off! i think field of dreams is just a movie for the average American male that loved baseball. just one of those things. when Moonlight Grahm talks about the green of the grass, the sky so blue it hurts your eyes, then rounding second and sliding into thrid w/ a handful of drit......gives me goosebumps....
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okay, i'm with you on those, and i have never seen them! i just know they suck. but do me a favor. go rent bull durham.
Will do. Put it on my Netflix list, anyway.

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i swear you'll laugh your ass off! i think field of dreams is just a movie for the average American male that loved baseball. just one of those things. when Moonlight Grahm talks about the green of the grass, the sky so blue it hurts your eyes, then rounding second and sliding into thrid w/ a handful of drit......gives me goosebumps....
Ah, well... I guess I'm not enough of a tomboy to appreciate baseball.
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Will do. Put it on my Netflix list, anyway.



Ah, well... I guess I'm not enough of a tomboy to appreciate baseball.
even! Bull Durham, as i'm sure you know, is another baseball movie. but, it's crude and funny. kinda like baseball!!!
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I've seen lots of very bad movies. Mystery Men is up there though, what a shame that movie was.

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