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Discussion in 'The Cutting Room Floor' started by Spider-X, Oct 20, 2005.
Unless something really game-changing happens in the climax, Pandorum's my latest. God, what a boring movie.
The Killing of Satan. But it was terrible in an awesome way.
Team America: World Police
...words cannot describe how bad it was. Yes, I understand. I'm an American and I should be afraid to travel to Europe out of fear that I will be gutted and be sexually violated, even after I've been killed.
Got the message, thanks.
The Legend of Zorro
*sigh* I wanted that movie to be good so very very badly. One of my bigger gripes with that movie is that he fights with a sword the whole movie and yet not one person gets stabbed.
Only went because I was bored.
Out of sheer and morbid curiosity,
The invention of lying.
Not funny, very long, not emotionally engaging.
The Giant Spider Invasion, or Santa Conquers The Martians. OH, or Voyage To The Planet Of Prehystiroc Women.
Does it count if they're watched through MST3K? None of these were btw
the flinstones movie
the nostalgia crictic was dead on with his review
I saw some movie with Renee Zellwegger on tv and immediately turned it off.
Watching it right now. I had only seen it once years ago. And I'm not hating it. This is closer to a Ed Wood movie watching experiencethan anything else, where you gotta enjoy so much fail.
Not terrible just bad IMO: "The Expendables." But to each their own, I guess.
Also not terrible but besides the virtuoso visuals I wasn't too interested in Scott Pilgrim, maybe I'm too oldt:
Predators. I should have known when it said Robert Rodriguez presents. That'll teach met:
best movie ever t:
I watched some of Meet the Spartans last night.
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