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maroule
21-03-2008, 14:25:15
very amusing article

http://film.guardian.co.uk/features/featurepages/0,,2267064,00.html

Lazarus and the Gimp
22-03-2008, 12:33:43
If I had to pick the worst films I've ever seen, these would feature-

I spit on your grave (even allowing leniency for low-budget indie features, this film is astonishingly awful)

Superman IV (rarely has any film killed off a hugely-successful franchise quite so effectively)

Percy (late-60's Brit-flick about a penis transplant. Jaw-droppingly shit)

The silence (Yes, it's by Ingmar Bergman- and it really should have ended any lingering dissent stating that he was a good director. I found myself weeping tears made of pure, concentrated boredom)

BigGameHunter
06-04-2008, 15:47:58
I've got two words: Solar Babies.

BigGameHunter
06-04-2008, 15:48:52
OK, two more: Mr. Wrong.

Greg W
07-04-2008, 01:16:40
Titanic! :vom:

maroule
07-04-2008, 08:10:04
really?
that's harsh... I didn't like it so much, but was impressed by the final 30 minutes

Greg W
07-04-2008, 13:41:30
Yeah, well, I felt the same about the Sound of Music, so my opinion may be worth ignoring on this one. Well, and most other things for that matter, I guess.

Gramercy Riffs
07-04-2008, 14:06:56
Jaws, though the series did get better, ending with the sensational Jaws: The Revenge. Jaws 3D was a belter too.

Nills Lagerbaak
07-04-2008, 14:11:06
Originally posted by Greg W
Yeah, well, I felt the same about the Sound of Music, so my opinion may be worth ignoring on this one. Well, and most other things for that matter, I guess.


Ditto. Sounds of music offended me in every way.

Greg W
07-04-2008, 15:44:25
Originally posted by Gramercy Riffs
Jaws, though the series did get better, ending with the sensational Jaws: The Revenge. Jaws 3D was a belter too. I remember seeing Jaws when it first came out, and thought it was great. Especially considering it was made, what, early 80s?

Lazarus and the Gimp
08-04-2008, 13:55:46
1974 or 75.

Funko
08-04-2008, 14:46:09
1975, wow, Greg is old.

Greg W
09-04-2008, 01:44:56
Jeese. Obviously I was thinking of one of the later Jaws movies. :lol:

Fergus & The Brazen Car
11-04-2008, 10:43:48
Chelsea Girls.

I've sat through its entirety twice. Andy Warhol's work has less to it than meets the eye.

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The Avengers, several of the Batman films, that ghastly Mariah Carey thing which nearly had me clawing my eyes out at its awfulness...


Titanic- which I loathe with a vigour usually reserved for Christian fundamentalist politicians or racists.

Revolting Hollywood 'Oirishness', the anachronistic behaviour of Kate Winslet, the Sleen Dee-ahn power ballad, the mawkish story, Billy Zane's wig...


And in answer to Laz, I cite Fanny and Alexander, which in its humanity shows that Ingy could and did direct.

As does The Virgin Spring, but not because of its humanity.....

Oh, and from pathos to bathos- 'The Swarm'. Don't bee stung, avoid it.