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Worst Movie You ever watched in your life?

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#21 by sethjoel » Mon Sep 05, 2016 18:43

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, or Mars Attacks, or Killer Clowns from Outer Space, or Santa Clause Conquers the Martians. All are horrible.
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#22 by sethjoel » Mon Sep 05, 2016 18:44

I absolutely hated the ending of this movie.
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#23 by Sarah_Hill » Tue Sep 06, 2016 06:29

BouldRake wrote:
Sarah_Hill wrote: Don't you follow Game of Thrones? I know, it's a series, but still. I'm just saying because virtually everyone went on about how good it was before I finally started watching it... and now I say the same. And I remember having read some post of yours where you commented about a couple of characters from that series. So perhaps the problem is not what others said, but that you simply found those movies of no interest at all.

I have watched Game of Thrones, but that was more me trying to do a pop culture reference than me actually liking it. It's okay, but it's just okay.

I see... sorry about my wrong assumption.

It made me think though, about how so many people give the majority all the credit to decide which films are good and which are crap. And it reminded me of this friend of mine who will never ever see a film if several people have previously recommended it... being a film buff myself, I find it kind of stupid of him, but to each their own I guess. Personally, if I get a personal recommendation from someone who knows me and/or shares some of my tastes, I'll take it into account at the very least. Why missing a potential good movie just for the sake of contradicting others?

In the end, it's all about personal taste, as always. You just have to listen to the critics, the so-called experts... two critics who supposedly have the same knowledge about the film industry can make completely opposite reviews about any given movie. That's why I watch what I feel like watching, and I often find there are wonderful Hollywood productions as well as awesome low budget films, because it's not all about money, but talent in the first place.

Susy_A wrote:I think any movie made by M. Night Shyamalan just turns my stomach and I either walk out of the theater or turn the TV channel when one comes on.

Hmm, turns your stomach because they scare you too much? :roll:
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#24 by lotoole » Tue Sep 06, 2016 09:48

The made for TV movie, Sharknado has to be the most ridiculous, disgusting movie I've ever seen. It was raining sharks. Sharks were zooming through the air biting people's heads off. Sharks were flopping down from the skies onto people's windshields. The gore meter was off the scale but you can only watch so many people get their heads bitten off before you start nodding off to sleep.

And yet, the movie was so popular on TV that they soon came out with a Sharknado II! I think all the twelve year olds yelling "Oh gross, man" were the ones fueling the resurrection.
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#25 by BouldRake » Tue Sep 06, 2016 10:06

Sarah_Hill wrote:

In the end, it's all about personal taste, as always.

To be fair, my favourite films are Lucia Y El Sexo and Rapsodia V Byalo. Anyone who has seen either of them will recommend them, but hardly anyone has seen either of them.

So, maybe I just have weird taste.
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#26 by valerie » Tue Sep 06, 2016 11:00

@Susy_A I watched a couple the other day : Planet Sharks and Atomic Sharks and Dam Sharks There are some more crazy shark movies that I have not watched yet.

There's a good movie ....... newer movie....... not excellent but good ...... I think the name of it is 'The Deep'.
It's about two sisters that are visiting another country..... not sure.....and they go out in a cage in the water
to see sharks. Watch that one if you get the chance.

Then there is another....I think it is called 'The Shallows' and this girl is a surfer visiting I think....Costa Rica.
She goes out surfing and has to sit on a rock due to a shark. It's good too. Watchable good, not excellent
but far cry from sharkadoo movies.
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#27 by aady74 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 11:04

There could be nothing worse than watching the movie "2012" in 2016.......... ;)
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#28 by TutFREAK » Tue Sep 06, 2016 11:15

Pixels, oh what a load of cr*p!!! I had looked forward to it but my oh my... :thumbdown:
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#29 by Sarah_Hill » Wed Sep 07, 2016 06:18

BouldRake wrote:
Sarah_Hill wrote:

In the end, it's all about personal taste, as always.

To be fair, my favourite films are Lucia Y El Sexo and Rapsodia V Byalo. Anyone who has seen either of them will recommend them, but hardly anyone has seen either of them.

So, maybe I just have weird taste.

I don't find anything weird about Lucía y el Sexo (I've never heard about the other one, though). In fact, Julio Medem is one of my two favourite Spanish film directors. I really like Los Amantes del Círculo Polar, and Caótica Ana is a good one too.

After all, who can definitely tell what's weird and what's normal?
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#30 by Sarah_Hill » Wed Sep 07, 2016 06:21

valerie wrote: @Susy_A

There's a good movie ....... newer movie....... not excellent but good ...... I think the name of it is 'The Deep'.

The actual name is "In the Deep".
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#31 by BouldRake » Wed Sep 07, 2016 07:13

Sarah_Hill wrote:
I don't find anything weird about Lucía y el Sexo

I didn't mean weird as in the films are odd, I meant weird as in films nobody else watches.

It's not weird that you like that partiular director - you're Spanish. It is weird compared to the people who are likely to give me recommendations who are English, and in the main, wouldn't dream of reading subtitles.

Rapsodia V Byalo, incidentally, is about a woman who performs in a puppet theatre, and...it's hard to say what it's about, she's just living life, but while it's completely different in tone - it's slapstick and over the top - it's very similar to Lucia Y El Sexo, in that it's about blurring the lines between reality and fiction. Lorenzo is writing a book they're living, she's living a life she's acting. It's a very different take, but the same underlying concept.
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#32 by valerie » Wed Sep 07, 2016 08:39

Sarah_Hill wrote:
valerie wrote: @Susy_A

There's a good movie ....... newer movie....... not excellent but good ...... I think the name of it is 'The Deep'.

The actual name is "In the Deep".

Yes I believe that is correct. The old 70's movie with similar name, I think is the 'The Deep'.
There is also 'Deep Blue'.....errrrr not sure if that was a shark movie.
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#33 by Karlhil » Wed Sep 07, 2016 09:25

Junior with Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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#34 by maryml67 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:07

Worst movie I have ever seen isome Bubbahotep. Never heard of it you Say? Wish I hadn't. And stubborn me had to watch the whole thing.
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#35 by Marcel-R6 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:08

valerie wrote:
Sarah_Hill wrote:
valerie wrote: @Susy_A

There's a good movie ....... newer movie....... not excellent but good ...... I think the name of it is 'The Deep'.

The actual name is "In the Deep".

Yes I believe that is correct. The old 70's movie with similar name, I think is the 'The Deep'.
There is also 'Deep Blue'.....errrrr not sure if that was a shark movie.

Deep Blue Sea and yep sharks :lol:
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#36 by Sarah_Hill » Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:10

BouldRake wrote:
Sarah_Hill wrote:
I don't find anything weird about Lucía y el Sexo

I didn't mean weird as in the films are odd, I meant weird as in films nobody else watches.

It's not weird that you like that partiular director - you're Spanish. It is weird compared to the people who are likely to give me recommendations who are English, and in the main, wouldn't dream of reading subtitles.

Rapsodia V Byalo, incidentally, is about a woman who performs in a puppet theatre, and...it's hard to say what it's about, she's just living life, but while it's completely different in tone - it's slapstick and over the top - it's very similar to Lucia Y El Sexo, in that it's about blurring the lines between reality and fiction. Lorenzo is writing a book they're living, she's living a life she's acting. It's a very different take, but the same underlying concept.

I know what you meant, I meant that I don't find it weird that you know and like that film (Lucía y el Sexo), as it's known abroad, and its director is one of the most internationally recognized ones when it comes to Spanish film directors.

It's not weird that I like that particular director being myself Spanish, but you could say it's weird that the majority of films I watch and actually enjoy are not Spanish. There are only a few directors here I really respect, and I believe our film industry is ages away from being as good as other countries' (generally speaking). And I usually watch undoubted movies because I like to hear the original voices and dialogues, especially when they're in English, for a variety of reasons, one of them being the fact that you often miss some essence in the acting when you watch the doubted version.

There are also some movies which never get to be released here, so you have to find them on the internet and watch the original version with the subtitles made by altruistic movie fans.

So yeah, I watch films not many others watch too, or decide to watch them in a way the majority here in Spain wouldn't.
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#37 by valerie » Wed Sep 07, 2016 13:16

maryml67 wrote: Worst movie I have ever seen isome Bubbahotep. Never heard of it you Say? Wish I hadn't. And stubborn me had to watch the whole thing.


Ohhhh I loved that movie 'Bubbahotep'. It was so crazy. :lol:
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#38 by valerie » Wed Sep 07, 2016 13:20

My favorite movie is........ Doctor Zhivago
I've watched that movie probably 25 times. I would wish I was Julie Christie just so I could get to Omar.
Wasn't he a good looking hunk! Oh and the ending of that movie.....it just grabs at you....or me.
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#39 by bijoy999 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 13:39

How many of you understood inception the first try??
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#40 by kwimy » Wed Sep 07, 2016 13:46

I understood it or at least thought to :lol: but no longer remember, have to see again.
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