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    Actors that appeared in the crapiest horror movies (that was redundant) before the '70s:
    -Bela Lugosi (moving his eyebrows was suposedly horrorific)
    -Lugosi's fat partner playing always as a retarded mastodont.
    -Lon Chaney (was original at least)
    -Vincent Price (deserves an Oscar for perseverance in trying to look spooky)
    -Christopher Lee (now that he's old he became a "good actor")
    -Boris Karloff (well, he settled Frankestein's stereotype... so what?)
    -Does anyone remember the name of that actor who played the role of a scientist who discovered eye drops which gave the ability of x-ray vision?

    Among modern movies we may find Robert Duvall's tango movie... damn! That's an awesomely bad movie!

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    I think Schindler's List is obvious.

    The worst documentary film I have seen is Forgiving Dr. Mengele.

    A story of a shocking act of forgiveness by Auschwitz survivor Eva Mozes Kor, who along with her twin sister, Miriam, were victims of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele's cruel genetic experiments - an experience that would haunt them their entire lives. Eva's metamorphosis from embittered survivor to tireless advocate for reconciliation is sparked when she, in an attempt to get information about the experiments, meets with another former Auschwitz doctor. Her ideas about justice, revenge and the possibility of healing through forgiveness - as well as the passionate opposition from other survivors - become a window to a larger discussion of the many ways people define forgiveness.



    I bet Bloem would like it though.

    As for muticulti, it has to be this piece of crap, Die Weisse Massai:

    Based upon an autobiographical novel by Swiss writer Corinne Hofmann, the film tells of a girl, Carola, whose vacation in Kenya takes an interesting turn when she becomes infatuated with a Masai. Carola decides to leave her boyfriend to stay with her lover. There, she has to adapt to the Masai's way of life and get used to their food which includes milk mixed with blood. She also has to face her husband's attitude towards women and what he expects from a wife. Nonetheless, Carola is welcomed warmly into the tribe she has chosen to join.


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    I remember as a kid I liked that silly show Alf. :p

    I saw it on again the other day for the first time in years. I watched it for a minute, and realized how freakin stupid it was!!!



    Off topic but me and my husband watched Cast Away this weekend, we had both seen it before but it had been so long that I forgot so it was like watching it for the first time. For those who haven't seen it, I strongly recommend it. It is a touching story. It stars Tom Hanks and Helen Hunt.

    Tom's relationship with Wilson is very interesting I thought.

    "We've become a nation of strangers. There seems to be very little in common to bond us to our fellow Americans outside of our immediate families,some don't even have that to fall back on."

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    Haha Alf, I remember that show.

    One of the worst movies I watched recently was GRINDHOUSE, best segment was the first half of "Death Proof", that was about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimson Guard View Post
    Haha Alf, I remember that show.

    One of the worst movies I watched recently was GRINDHOUSE, best segment was the first half of "Death Proof", that was about it.

    I loved Grindhouse! I liked Death Proof more so than Planet Terror though. Especially when the chicks kick his a** in the end.
    :p

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    My single least favorite film of all time is probably Rushmore, but also...

    - I dislike most things by Hitchcock for just not keeping my interest. I know they're supposed to be classics, but I'd rather watch paint dry.

    - Films by M. Night Shymalan are some of my least favorites ever. I have come not to expect great things of Indians and, so far, film is no different.

    - Anything by Kubrick is hard to watch (I prefer films with an actual plot.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlíNanGael View Post
    - I dislike most things by Hitchcock for just not keeping my interest. I know they're supposed to be classics, but I'd rather watch paint dry.
    Watch paint dry? I think that's a bit harsh. Hitchcock's style might not be for everyone, but I think that some of his films are probably the finest examples of this art form, objectively speaking. Plus, people had a whole different conception of what 'cinema' was supposed to be like back in his 'heyday period', and because most contemporary audiences aren't accustomed to this they get thrown off.

    For example, I think "Dial M for Murder" is probably one of the most clever, captivating, well-directed films of all time, and yet it is shot entirely in one room and is completely dominated by dialogue. Most people today expect a lot of fast camera changes and special effects; it's just a very different mode of operation.

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    Seriously, there are too much Movies who were a Waste of Time to mention them all here. If you have seen enough Movies you will notice that.




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    That show on VH1 ...where the women compete for flava flav ...



    :o...with his viking helmet...eyes:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Lyfing View Post
    That show on VH1 ...where the women compete for flava flav ...



    :o...with his viking helmet...eyes:
    With the exception of The Surreal Life, VH1/MTV has nothing watchable.

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