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What is the worst and most boring movie you have ever watch?

Nancy~PWCM~JLA~POTL 2011/03/01 02:11:13
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  • aaserisl13 MisterD 2011/03/01 04:10:03
    aaserisl13
    +2
    I think you have to be high to watch that movie.
  • MisterD aaserisl13 2011/03/01 13:53:53
    MisterD
    That might help that flick! LOL
  • Shadow'... MisterD 2011/03/01 04:20:45
    Shadow's Companion
    +2
    Shame on you, old-timer! :P
  • MisterD Shadow'... 2011/03/01 13:54:32
    MisterD
    That's probably it, Shadow. I'm too long in tooth to appreciate that work of art. lmao
  • Shadow'... MisterD 2011/03/01 20:24:24
    Shadow's Companion
    +1
    Ha, Shadow's my late dog. I was just his companion. :)

    What can I say, I find value in pretty much every type of film, be it old or new. Sure, some modern scatalogical humor just gets on my nerves (and it irks me that it's become the norm), but then, so does the cloying Swedish dialect humor of El Brendel -- briefly the most popular screen comedian -- in 1930's Just Imagine.
  • MisterD Shadow'... 2011/03/01 20:40:30
    MisterD
    yes... tastes are so strange and unpredictable... I never saw the attraction Jerry Lewis.. for example.
  • Shadow'... MisterD 2011/03/01 20:51:49
    Shadow's Companion
    +1
    I like his screen persona in extremely small doses and the original Nutty Professor IS a masterpiece.
  • MisterD Shadow'... 2011/03/01 20:59:54
    MisterD
    His humor never did appeal to me, even when i was very young. There's no accounting for taste.
  • Shadow'... MisterD 2011/03/01 21:32:16
    Shadow's Companion
    +1
    For what it's worth, you're not alone. I remember some auteurist critic (Francois Truffaut or Andrew Sarris) talking about how Lewis' persona was not just an infantilized version of the American male, but a feminized one. That's why a good number of the Martin/Lewis films were remakes of screwball romantic comedies, with Lewis assuming the role that went to the female in the original, e.g. Nothing Sacred (1937) becoming Livin' It Up (1954).
  • MisterD Shadow'... 2011/03/01 21:33:59
    MisterD
    That doesn't surprise me at all.
  • sick'n'tired PWCM 2011/03/01 02:26:20
    sick'n'tired PWCM
    +3
    Moonstruck moonstruck moonstruck
  • J Montana 2011/03/01 02:24:54
    J Montana
    +3
    I would have to say Julie & Julia

    julie julia julie and julia
  • aaserisl13 J Montana 2011/03/01 04:09:16
    aaserisl13
    +2
    OMG. i know.
  • Nancy~PWCM~JLA~POTL 2011/03/01 02:23:22 (edited)
    Nancy~PWCM~JLA~POTL
    +1
    Paris Texas paris texas Paris  Texas

    That was the movie Ugh!
  • Shadow'... Nancy~P... 2011/03/01 04:21:09
    Shadow's Companion
    I'm gonna deck you, I swear. :P
  • BattleBattlerBenji (PHAET) 2011/03/01 02:17:03
    BattleBattlerBenji (PHAET)
    +1
    Twilight
    twilight twilight
  • Feria~THEZombieSlayingB!tch... 2011/03/01 02:17:02
    Feria~THEZombieSlayingB!tch of PHAET!~Badass Incarnate~
    +2
    You know the 'Twilight Saga'?
    That.
    It needs this done to it:
    twilight saga kill it with fire
  • running... Feria~T... 2011/03/01 03:03:42
    runningintriangles
    +2
    If you make it into a drinking game it can be quite amusing... just saying. ;P
  • Feria~T... running... 2011/03/01 10:46:20
    Feria~THEZombieSlayingB!tch of PHAET!~Badass Incarnate~
    +1
    Hmmm... never thought of that before :D I'll have to try that!
  • GirlGoingGreen 2011/03/01 02:15:16

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