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Posted by Damnated on 04.06.2006 at 15:34
So, what is it? I just saw a horrible one last noght, I almost throw up, it was that bad. The actress in the lead role was ugly as hell, and the whole thing was like a big puddle of mud. BTW the title was Call Girl



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Lady GaGa

Posts: 2334

Age: 27
From: Canada

  11.01.2014 at 10:15
The Tree of Life

Too long, boring, trying too hard to be poetic, lack of a storyline and loooong silent scene with no meaning just landscapes and black screen with some red light in the middle...

Seriously one of the worst movie I've ever seen, but it's a good way to fall asleep if you cannot sleep at night.
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Mercyful_Kate

Posts: 181

Age: 26
From: USA

  12.01.2014 at 05:49
Written by Lady GaGa on 11.01.2014 at 10:15

The Tree of Life

Too long, boring, trying too hard to be poetic, lack of a storyline and loooong silent scene with no meaning just landscapes and black screen with some red light in the middle...

Seriously one of the worst movie I've ever seen, but it's a good way to fall asleep if you cannot sleep at night.

That was truly one of the worst movies I've ever seen too. Like you said, it just tried too damn hard to be poignant and poetic. It was garbage.
In Bone Factory

Posts: 293

Age: 28
From: Iran

  18.01.2014 at 20:20
Oh God, "Killing Them Softly" is pure catastrophe.
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Ernis
狼獾

Posts: 6730

Age: 26
From: Estonia

  21.01.2014 at 17:19
Written by Lady GaGa on 11.01.2014 at 10:15

The Tree of Life

Too long, boring, trying too hard to be poetic, lack of a storyline and loooong silent scene with no meaning just landscapes and black screen with some red light in the middle...

Seriously one of the worst movie I've ever seen, but it's a good way to fall asleep if you cannot sleep at night.


It did help me get some sleep before my night's watch started at work...

Either way... it was one of those classic "coming of age" flicks about some kid who grows up to be a sour old man who constantly dwells in memories about his deep childhood in an ordinary (and somewhat dysfunctional) family with some happy and some tragic moments, love-and-hate relationship with siblings and parents, about discovering himself and his sexuality and finding a place in the wide wide world... oh so many awkward scenes, so much disturbing imagery... some slo-mos of kids playing in the street and the anticipation of something tragic happening (one kid being run over), mom screaming "NOOO!"... father and mother fighting, standing in the shower and thinking "oh, I seem to have a dick... wonder what I should do with this", forbidden love affair with the girl next door and/or 40-year-old English teacher/another guy/Kate Winslet... all accompanied by some melancholic piano score and/or female operatic vocals...

Oh... and let's not forget the reviews, awards and all kinds of possible accolades... "THE BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR!" "THE NEW STANLEY KUBRICK!" "A SPELLBINDING COMING OF AGE DRAMA!"

And then a good and interesting film that you like will be completely underrated because it's eclipsed by something like this...
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Gawain
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  04.03.2014 at 00:31
THE LAST. AIRBENDER.... KILL. ME. NOW.

I watched the movie first, didn't like it at all. After a year I grabbed and watched the show, it was my first 'anime' - 'cartoon' I ever watched. Then I watched the movie with a friend out of curiosity because I had largely forgotten it. I contemplated shitting on the television and then killing myself with the dialogue in the movie. It's just so horrid.

Probably in the top 5 worst movies I've ever seen.
MetalDoomMaster

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Age: 22
From: USA
  06.03.2014 at 07:44
The Blair Witch Project. I saw it when it came out when I was like 8, and it wasn't even scary then. It was just pure shit.
Jtbmetal123

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Age: 23
From: USA

  06.03.2014 at 15:01
Jaws 3 was horrible.
-Quatropus-

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Age: 24
From: USA

  23.06.2014 at 06:10
I'm trying to think because I don't normally get to watch movies a lot. I would probably say the only one I felt really disappointed about was The Hills Have Eyes remake. I left in the middle of it due to not actually caring enough and actually got around to watching the original just to enjoy that more than the mess I saw in theater.
JayMo4

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From: USA

  25.06.2014 at 04:50
There was this movie that came out in the late 90's called Supernova. It's the one that didn't have the guy from 90210 (apparently there are two crappy movies called Supernova, but I didn't see that other one.) Anyway, this was full of all the worst sci-fi cliches with absolutely none of its positive ones - the only thing that could have made it worse would be Jar Jar Binks. I don't remember a whole lot except that the two guys that I went to see it with - both HUGE fans of the genre - hated it so much that we would have left early if not for that whole "it's like a car accident and you can't look away" appeal. At some point I believe one or more members of the crew were somehow ejected into space and asphyxiated and my friend said he wished it had been us.
Kennoth

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Age: 22
From: Croatia

  08.09.2014 at 05:13
I've had my fair share of bad movies. Most of them get erased from my memory rather quickly... but some... are here to stay.

Let's start with this turd. A cheesy musical? Checked. A John Travolta playing an obese wife to Christopher Walken? Double checked. Actually that doesn't sound really bad when I put it like this. But it is, so save your braincells and don't watch this. 2.5/10

Next on my honorable list of steamy visual crapfest is Red State. Seriously, this is so bad that it actually offends common sense. There are not many movies which I don't finish watching, but this is one of them. 2/10

Then we have Primer, a little pretentious engine that couldn't. To be fair, this movie isn't so much as bad as the masterpieces above, but my main issue with it is that this movie (or should I say its director/writer/main actor) doesn't care about its audience at all. Nope. Not a single fuck given. There's pseudo-scientific babble and time travel, and you spend the entire movie wondering what the fuck is going on. Thanks, but no thanks. 3/10

Suicide Club. To say that Japanese horror cinema is eccentric is an understatement. The movie starts very interestingly: a crapload of school girls off themselves by jumping in front of a moving subway train. Peaks your interest right? Unfortunately if you ever intend to find out what causes it, well tough luck, you're not going to. The only thing you WILL get is a some sort of main antagonist who really belongs in Adam Lambert's newest album cover with his bleached hair, and feminine physique and his manliner. But I know what you're thinking: surely we find out his motives behind Japan's mass suicide frenzy? Yeah. No, you don't. Just don't watch this. 2/10
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Fritillaria
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  08.09.2014 at 11:09
I can't remember its name, but there was this maniac man who once was a soldier and he was maniacally into women, he could not resist sex at all, and he ended up on a ship which was owned a by an old man who was researching and writing books about how people's past can be relived again through a special psychological process like hypnotizing the person and he started to conduct his experiments on this manic one ! Fuck it, it was such horrible movie, just horrible !
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Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist

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From: Canada

  08.09.2014 at 23:41
Written by Fritillaria on 08.09.2014 at 11:09
I can't remember its name, but there was this maniac man who once was a soldier and he was maniacally into women, he could not resist sex at all, and he ended up on a ship which was owned a by an old man who was researching and writing books about how people's past can be relived again through a special psychological process like hypnotizing the person and he started to conduct his experiments on this manic one ! Fuck it, it was such horrible movie, just horrible !

This actually sounds like a good movie, too bad you forgot the name. Might search for it later.
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Urs Blank

Posts: 241

Age: 31
From: France

  09.09.2014 at 01:15
Written by Fritillaria on 08.09.2014 at 11:09

I can't remember its name, but there was this maniac man who once was a soldier and he was maniacally into women, he could not resist sex at all, and he ended up on a ship which was owned a by an old man who was researching and writing books about how people's past can be relived again through a special psychological process like hypnotizing the person and he started to conduct his experiments on this manic one ! Fuck it, it was such horrible movie, just horrible !



Wouldn't it be The Master by Paul Thomas Anderson that you're talking about? A pretty good movie if you ask me.


And to add my two cents to the topic, I recently watched Krrish 3 aka Defender, a Bollywood superhero movie that sucks major ass. So much that it's quite enjoyable actually.
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Fritillaria
Evil Butterfly

Posts: 1484


  09.09.2014 at 10:12
Written by Urs Blank on 09.09.2014 at 01:15

Wouldn't it be The Master by Paul Thomas Anderson that you're talking about? A pretty good movie if you ask me.

Ah yes exactly, that it is, but I didn't enjoy it at all, I watched with a friend who studied film, he also had the same opinion that it wasn't a good movie, only the actors and the acts totally were fine in his opinion otherwise there was nothing special about it he also thought.


I wish I could watch it with you then maybe you could explain it scene by scene to me, because I didn't get its point.

Written by Troy Killjoy on 08.09.2014 at 23:41

This actually sounds like a good movie, too bad you forgot the name. Might search for it later.

As the guy above said it was The Master.
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Urs Blank

Posts: 241

Age: 31
From: France

  09.09.2014 at 12:34
Written by Fritillaria on 09.09.2014 at 10:12


I wish I could watch it with you then maybe you could explain it scene by scene to me, because I didn't get its point.


I would not be able to "explain" it to you scene by scene, it's more a matter of impression I guess. I must admit the movie isn't going anywhere, as you don't have any form of explanation nor proper ending. The fact is the story is based on the rise of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology (respectively referred to as Lancaster Dodd and "The Cause" in the movie), and that alone makes it interesting to me. There is someone in my family who was in that "Church" for a while and had major troubles getting out of it, so I was curious about how it's founder was depicted. Plus as you said the acting is top notch
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Fritillaria
Evil Butterfly

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  09.09.2014 at 13:06
Written by Urs Blank on 09.09.2014 at 12:34

I would not be able to "explain" it to you scene by scene, it's more a matter of impression I guess. I must admit the movie isn't going anywhere, as you don't have any form of explanation nor proper ending. The fact is the story is based on the rise of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology (respectively referred to as Lancaster Dodd and "The Cause" in the movie), and that alone makes it interesting to me. There is someone in my family who was in that "Church" for a while and had major troubles getting out of it, so I was curious about how it's founder was depicted. Plus as you said the acting is top notch

Oh I see I got you now, I didn't know there was an actual background for this story.
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