Well, I will say this: It doesn't have anything to do with Leagues.
It's only words. It doesn't name names or point fingers at individuals. It's a written characature of one aspect of the human experience, held up for the World to see. As with anything of this nature: some tend to see the humor; others may not. In either event, it's just words. What's really funny is people's reactions to it.
I just think we should all look at ourselves and laugh a lot more. I do it all the time. i might have been that kid with the popcorn on his head. you don't know...
Movie 43... just, what the hell was that?
Hugh Jackman, you've ruined Wolverine with the throat testicles... just... sheesh
the Twilight movies... eternal sunshine of the spotless mind... and 90 percent of the straight to dvd zoombie flicks. Got spammed with great looking cover once. cant remember the actual title. 3rd reich nazi zoombies?had a CGI me262 jet shooting down a B17 right at the start. watched 5 minutes and ff'd to the end of the film. It got worse-if that's possible.
Battleship and Red Dawn for 2012. Worse movies out that year....
Notable mention for was the made for cable remake of "The Philadelphia Experiment". How can they take such a great movie and make it into utter crap!?
LMAO, Yeah you lost your man card. Plus you hated Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind. You must have not understood that movie. Its one of the best movies out there.
So the funny thing is that I actually paid to see this in the theater. It was the only movie I've ever wanted to walk out of. Problem was that I went with a bunch of other friends and I didn't want to just up and leave them.
Afterward, we compared notes.
We all wanted to walk out. And we all stayed for exactly the same reason -- thought the other guys wanted to stay.
Moral of the story: Talking during a movie isn't always a bad thing.
I vowed never to think about that movie again. And then New Line sent me the DVD when it came out to review.
Oddly enough, I felt it played much better on the small screen. It felt much more made-for-TV anyway. I still hate it, though.
Mine would be The Godson 1998, with Dom DeLuise and Rodney Dangerfield. Also starring Lou Ferrigno my childhood hero. That would be the only reason I watched that mess of a movie.
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One of the worst movies I've ever seen... believe it or not... Avatar. Effects were wonderful but that was it... I turned it off after an hour.
Mortal Kombat Annihilation is up there in the top 5 for me
I just thought of two more; these are the only two movies I've ever walked out on:
Gung Ho (1986) starring Michael Keaton and Gedde Watanabe. It's allegedly a comedy, but...well, let me put it this way. My buddy and I were sitting in the theater, and around the 45 minute mark he leaned over and asked, "Have you laughed once?" "Nope. You?" "Nope." "Okay, let's go."
And, yes, I'm gonna list it: Mad Max (1979) starring Mel Gibson. The young lady who would eventually become my wife, and I, went to see this because a mutual friend recommended it. We barely made it through 30 minutes before we decided doing anything else would be a better way to spend our time.
I find LXG (League of extraordinary gentlemen) is bad, wait, very bad.
1967 Casino Royale is a bad classic.
Empire Strikes Back - worst movie I've ever seen. I went in expecting Star Wars 2 and instead they made it all dark. Obi-Wan's master was a little green guy with Grover's voice.
The Dark Knight - A Batman movie without Robin is not Batman to me. Who comes up with this crap?
Raiders of the Lost Ark - I like snakes. This movie was terrible.
Saving Private Ryan - Matt Damon dissed Sarah Palin in 2008 so this movie sucked.
I saw this in theaters opening day with my Mom. It was a waste of money. I stopped watching M. Night movies after this one.
Whenever I see this title, I keep thinking of The Happening (song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia