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If you could consign any totally rubbish film or DVD that you have wasted time and or money on to a mythical bin to be lost for ever, what would it be ???
You can be as be self indulgent and tedious as you like - just want your reasons as Ade is running a five favourite thread at the mo, I thought that this would be an antidote !!
( PS you can have as many as you like !! )
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OK I'll start........
The Steve Martin Pink Panther films.....why ????
The Shawshank Redemption...............yawn !
All the Star Wars films since The Empire Strikes Back...totally unnecessary !
All Rom Coms ( particularly those with Hugh Grant in them )
I'm sure that I can think of more.... Oh and the Transformer Movies ( like I care about robots bashing each other up ! )
AI - About 2 hours too long
Mama Mia - What was wrong with choosing people who could actually sing?
Anything with Ben Stiller - Even my 8 year old grand-daughter thinks his films are too childish
The Italian Job remake - Never came close to the original
(Lovefilm finally sent us Mamma Mia yesterday and I said Mrs B and kids could watch it while I was at work. When I got home, I asked if it was good and they all said "well, not really" LOL)
Mine would be..... most of the stuff on "Movies4men" and "truemovies" on Freesat.
Oh, and "Dangerous Man", Steven Seagal proving that the only way he can shine in a movie is by surrounding himself with even worse actors.
The Sound of Music, Titanic (for goodness' sake drown and get it over with), any James Bond film starring Roger Moore and the Sorcerer's Apprentice.
Very rarely do I just go and buy a movie on day of release, but....... When The Aviator starring Leo DiCaprio was released I couldnt wait I ran to BB and bought the very first copy out on the shelves. I was so looking forward to this movie, Howard Hughes was a great character, crackers but great and entertaining, a brilliant mind and a complete fruit cake, but the movie had the makings of being a classic.
The only time I watch this DVD now is in summer......... because its on the string hung up with about 8 other discs on a branch at the bottom of the garden reflecting coloured beams of light all over the place !!
Quote: The Shawshank Redemption...............yawn !
Shame on you! Your obviously a man with no heart or sense of good taste sir
For me the most recent pile of trash has been 'Captivity' (manged a whole 20 mins with this C**p), and the original Inglorious Bar-stewards (managed about 15 mins with this - utter trash sold as a 'classic').
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