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Jan. 24th, 2010 | 06:29 am
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What is the worst movie you've ever seen? Did you sit through it or walk out? What made it so dreadful?


As bad as some movies have been, I have never been able to bring myself to walk out of any. There was one movie that I searched for years ago, because there was a certain actor in it (Eddie Izzard), and I thought I had to see it. It didn't show in theaters very long and I think I know why now, so I didn't get a chance to see it before it stopped showing. If I had seen it in the theater I would have walked out. No questions asked and demanded a refund. Instead, I paid full price for that stupid movie on Amazon and now hate myself for it. It was the BIGGEST pile of crap. I have a lovely silver disc shaped coaster that has no matching set. Kind of sucks, especially for me - the worlds biggest tightwad.

I'm totally for comedy, but this was more than I could take. I am by no means a prude, but to me, this was way over the top. Please, don't ever go see or rent The Aristocrats. Don't do it! If you've seen it, I'm sorry. Pass the brain bleach.

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kyriaofdelphi

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from: kyriaofdelphi
date: Jan. 24th, 2010 08:11 pm (UTC)
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Worst movie I ever saw-- well, there were two. Fargo and/or Dogma. Both were long no-plot four-letter word rants. I can live with four letter words in everyday life but it is just bad taste to have to sit through a movie whose only dialogue is f*** or s***. Rickman did a great job in a trashy movie, so don't jump on me about that, but the movie itself was absolute caca.

Edited at 2010-01-24 08:11 pm (UTC)

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Monica

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from: monicarnsg
date: Jan. 25th, 2010 12:15 am (UTC)
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Fargo felt like one of the longest movies I ever had to sit through. While I watched all I could think of was, "How much longer is this movie going to last!?"

Dogma, while being a bit potty-mouthed, I found it funny and thought provoking, but maybe it's the rebel-Catholic in me. *shrugs*

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kyriaofdelphi

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from: kyriaofdelphi
date: Jan. 25th, 2010 12:35 am (UTC)
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Of course it might just be that I have issues with Ben Affleck; and the nitwit short fat guy that played one of the two twits being the writer. Affleck is almost as bad as Brad ArmPitt. Yech!
I grew up when movies had a story to tell, not just a bunch of idiots running around using bad language and trying to shock the viewers. Hell, I'll even take Psycho over Fargo or Dogma and Psycho is the scariest thing I have ever seen.
And actors (most of them anyway) had to have talent. Ronald Reagan being the exception. He had no discernable talent or smarts.

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Monica

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from: monicarnsg
date: Jan. 25th, 2010 05:10 am (UTC)
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I guess that's kind of what I was saying when we went out to lunch a while back. Movies just aren't the same. The quality of actor and movie has changed substantially.

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