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Those ***ed Twilight movies.
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Crash
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Dark City (mostly popular amongst the sci-fi crowd)
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On 2011-11-20 23:29, critter wrote:
Those ***ed Twilight movies.


Really? Seems only the preteen crowd seems to love them. Well, them and a friend who catches nothing but hell from me for it.
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ET, Titanic, anything critics liked.
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On 2011-11-20 23:52, Andrew Musgrave wrote:
Crash
American History X
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Dark City (mostly popular amongst the sci-fi crowd)


Are you sure you don't want to add Sling Blade? Looks like you're creating a list of my favorite recent movies! (Except for Dark City, which I didn't see).
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Those ***ed Twilight movies.


Really? Seems only the preteen crowd seems to love them. Well, them and a friend who catches nothing but hell from me for it.


Seems like almost every girl or woman I know is obsessed with them. I only personally know of one male who goes to see them in the theatres. I've had to watch them with my girlfriend and her daughter and it is agonizing.

I agree with the Titanic nominations. The only thing I remember liking about that movie were the sets.

Was also really disappointed with Thor. I love the comics character of Thor and was excited by the previews, but I really did not like the movie.
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I am gonna get flamed for this...

The Godfather movies.

Boring as heck for me...
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You win! Nobody's going to top that.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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You win! Nobody's going to top that.


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Forrest Gump.

I wasn't too impressed with The Hurt Locker, either.
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I did not like Forrest Gump at all.
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On 2011-11-21 03:25, Pakar Ilusi wrote:
I am gonna get flamed for this...

The Godfather movies.

Boring as heck for me...


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Natural Born Killers

The only movie I ever felt like walking out on and afterwards was disappointed that I didn't.
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Remember that Seinfeld episode where Elaine and her boyfriend see The English Patient; she hates it, and her boyfriend breaks up with her as a result?
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Anything popular really... Star Wars, Harry Potter, and I found myself looking for a window to jump out of during those hobbit movies...I forget the name. All that fantasy/sci-fi stuff bores me to tears.
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Natural Born Killers

The only movie I ever felt like walking out on and afterwards was disappointed that I didn't.


Not a fan of NBK either.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Crash


Which Crash? The brilliantly dark Cronenberg film (that nobody saw) or the Oscar-winning Paul Haggis film that everybody (but me) watched?
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Are full of passionate intensity.--Yeats
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