Movies you'd rather stick up your...

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  1. Chuck Mayer

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    ARSE than watch.
    Top 5 worst movies ever seen (and why):
    Why am I asking...who knows???
    One being the worst...
    1) BATMAN AND ROBIN - I have never, before or since or ever, gone into a movie with such dreadful expectations and come out that let down. This is the TV show with a $500 million dollar budget and Chris O'Donnell.
    2) THE CROW II: CITY OF ANGELS - Yeah, uhhh, is anything gonna happen in this "movie"? I got yelled at in this one, because the OTHER guy in the theater was "watching" it while I couldn't help from howling. A 1.5 hour music video that sucks...with bad music.
    3) TOMB RAIDER - I don't have the passion for this one that I do the above two (they are legendary), but this movie was so lame it recycled stunts from MI2.
    4) WINDWALKER - I saw it once as a little boy, and it was the most boring thing ever. It's about Native Americans...that's all I remember.
    5) MORTAL KOMBAT II - I almost walked out after five minutes, and I spent the next hour and half regretting the decision to stay.
    Honorable Mention: THE ENGLISH PATIENT - flame me! I know that many HTF'ers love this movie, and who am I to say it's not great? Well, I am no one, but I felt just like Elaine about it. My ex and I had many fights over it.
    So, hopefully no one is too incensed to reply.
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  2. Jeffrey Noel

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    I think I speak for everyone, I would never stick a movie up my arse! Damn, don't you think that would hurt a little? I mean, I've never tried it, and don't plan on it, but if I did, I think it would have to be a good movie. If your going to stick something in a "do not enter" area, wouldn't you want it to be something you like? C'mon, have a little taste!
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  3. Ricky f

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    No Way !
    Mortal Kombat 2 is awsome, The best cheese I have ever seen
    " There's only one way this can be settled through... MORTAL KOMBAT !!!!! "
    I love it, Bring on MORTAL KOMBAT 3
    Not as good as Mortal kombat 1
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  4. BrettB

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    Thanks, but I'll wait for a smaller home video format before even pondering your question. [​IMG]
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    hmmmmm what a hard question as I really can't think of anything I've ever put up there nor would want to put up there [​IMG] but speaking theoretically I would say "Mummy Returns" I really hated it and was ready to walk out within the first 15 minutes [​IMG] close second would be any of the "Mortal Kombat" movies as IMHO they all sucked.
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  7. Steve Christou

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    Topics a pain in the arse Chuck, no I'd rather watch bad movies than stick them up there, eeeek!
    Actually I enjoy watching bad movies, its a masochistic thing, when I watch 'Batman & Robin' I have myself tied to the sofa with the remote dangling on a string a few feet away, and while the film is on, I'm writhing and screaming trying to reach the remote with my teeth, oh the exquisite agony! [​IMG]
     
  8. Eric Scott

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    I've paid to see a lot of movies that I'd like to shove up the Directors arse! [​IMG]
     
  9. Neil Joseph

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    There are so many.
    - Sphere
    - A Room With A View
    - Batman & Robin
    - Batman Returns
    - Batman Forever
    - The Mummy
    - Mummy Returns
    - Creepshow
    and many others.
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  10. SteveGon

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    What Eric said!
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    Neil, 'Creepshow'!?! No way, it's a horror classic bud!
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    John you stole the words right out of my mouth. Classic. Anyway there are a couple movies that I really hate
    The Quick and the Dead
    Batman and Robin
    The Mummy Returns
    and all Kevin Smith movies(just kidding they rule [​IMG])
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  15. Aurel Savin

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    POPCORN
    MAGNOLIA
    ehhh ...
    MAGNOLIA
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  16. Ricky f

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    Creepshow is a horror classic and Magnolia is a wonderful movie
    Just adding my view, I respect yours.
    Regards,
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  17. Tim Hoover

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    I'll have to second "The Blair Witch Project." I found that one incredibly boring. It is best summed up in Brian's synopsis of the movie to a blind man on Family Guy:
    "Ok, they're walking in the woods. Still walking. Something about a map - I don't know. Still walking. Ok, it's over. Everybody looks pissed."
     
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    I have to support Aurel again and say that the last person to see Magnolia should be my proctologist. [​IMG]
    I would also like to add Rattle and Hum, an arse seems like the perfect final resting place for Bono and his ego. [​IMG]
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  19. KyleK

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    1. The Musketeer
    2. Batman & Robin
    3. The Mummy Returns (loved The Mummy though)
    Actually I'd rather stick them up the filmmakers'...ahem.
     
  20. Wes Ray

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    Hey, yeah...what the hell's wrong with Creepshow? One of my favorite horror anthologies (though nowhere near as great as 1972's Tales From the Crypt.
     

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