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Amph What Single Movie Was The Greatest Collective Disappointment ?

Discussion in 'Community' started by Blue_Jedi33, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. Juliet316

    Juliet316 Chosen One star 10

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    I... actually did like the Broderick Godzilla. *shrugs*
     
  2. Lowbacca_1977

    Lowbacca_1977 Jedi Master star 6

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    I never said that, I just said it was better than Spiderman 2.
     
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  3. Chancellor_Ewok

    Chancellor_Ewok Force Ghost star 7

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    The movie that disappointed me the most was Cowboys and Aliens. I mean it had, Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Jon Favreau, Steven Spielberg and the writers of Transformers and Star Trek. It should have been AWESOME, considering that it was basically Jon Favreau, Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford doing a Weird West movie and, it was so boring.
     
  4. Ender Sai

    Ender Sai Chosen One star 10

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    Yes but you have abysmal taste.

    I have to say either AOTC/ROTS, or Dark Knight Rises. I didn't mind TPM, but 2 and 3 were terrible.
     
  5. Juliet316

    Juliet316 Chosen One star 10

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    Well I am the girl that doesn't think Highlander 2 was ****

    I actually thought ROTS was the best of the prequel movies. It brought everything together and set the stage for A New Hope quite well (aside from that whole "She lost the will to live" bit. I didn't really care for that when there were already more built - in believeable phsyical ailments Padme could have died from).
     
  6. Deputy Rick Grimes

    Deputy Rick Grimes Jedi Grand Master star 6

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    The Amazing Spider-Man

    Went to see it and thinking that it was gonna be a great movie, boy was i wrong, left the theatre disappointed that it was a terrible movie
     
  7. Blue_Jedi33

    Blue_Jedi33 Jedi Grand Master star 5

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    Juliet316

    Did you know "Broken Heart Syndrome" is real, very few people die from it however.
    Throw in having two babies in a row, I am guy I don't know how stressful that is, but I am told it's nasty, and there is an increased plausibility variable.
     
  8. heels1785

    heels1785 JCC/PT/New Films Manager star 7 Staff Member Manager

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    Not even close for me. XMen: The Last Stand. Horrid film.

    Fantastic Four 2 would be a distant second, just because we had such high hopes for the Surfer on screen.
     
  9. Juliet316

    Juliet316 Chosen One star 10

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    I am aware of it. I guess for me, it wasn't believeable for Padme to die that way.
     
  10. Lowbacca_1977

    Lowbacca_1977 Jedi Master star 6

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    The weird thing is... if someone's convinced they're going to die.... that can actually happen. The mind is weird like that.
     
  11. Mortimer Snerd

    Mortimer Snerd Jedi Master star 4

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    Dad?
     
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  12. Rogue_Ten

    Rogue_Ten Chosen One star 7

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    tearful reunion bout to take place here, folks
     
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  13. Rogue_Ten

    Rogue_Ten Chosen One star 7

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    some recons may even be ciliated
     
  14. JoinTheSchwarz

    JoinTheSchwarz JC Head Admin & Community Manager star 8 Staff Member Administrator

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    Hint. "Yippee!"
     
  15. Rogue_Ten

    Rogue_Ten Chosen One star 7

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    real talk tho it was a rachel mcadams film called The Uninvited. such a colossal failure to live up to the korean original it was (very loosely) based on. now if you were to watch said original, A Tale of Two Sisters, you would be treated to some of the very best cinema has to offer
     
  16. Jabba-wocky

    Jabba-wocky Chosen One star 9

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    First of all, what kind of idiot bills the film to the main villain of the whole thing? That's like calling Spiderman 2 "An Alfred Molina film."
     
  17. Mortimer Snerd

    Mortimer Snerd Jedi Master star 4

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    Not to take the bait, but Spider Man 2 WAS an Alfred Molina film. An awful one, but give me a better reason to see it.
     
  18. Jabba-wocky

    Jabba-wocky Chosen One star 9

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    Because it is the best superhero film made in the last 25 years?
     
  19. Rogue_Ten

    Rogue_Ten Chosen One star 7

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  20. Rogue_Ten

    Rogue_Ten Chosen One star 7

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  21. BootlegVader

    BootlegVader Jedi Master star 4

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    How can Fantastic Four 2 be a disappointment? Seeing how the first one was already god awful.

    Probably, TPM looking back but the movie I remember being most disappointed with was Troy. In how, the butchered the epic of the Iliad and other Greek Mythology with their changing of the story. Seriously, who is the screen-writer that thinks they know better then Homer and Virgil?
     
  22. Mortimer Snerd

    Mortimer Snerd Jedi Master star 4

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    What are you, 25 years old? I desperately hope you're joking.
     
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  23. Jabba-wocky

    Jabba-wocky Chosen One star 9

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    I was trying to make sure I encompassed Blade, which was the start of the modern slate of superhero movies, and the failed Batman franchise that immediately preceded it and killed of superhero movies before then. I guess I should more properly say "comic book movies" as films featuring superheroes have been made continuously (eg Meteor Man).
     
  24. Rogue_Ten

    Rogue_Ten Chosen One star 7

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    to have bad opinions about film is human; to take them deadly serious, wocky.
     
  25. Darth Morella

    Darth Morella Jedi Grand Master star 6

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    I rarely have high expectations about movies but I remember when The Fifth Element came out, one of my friends was super excited about it and kept telling us how it was gonna totally be the best movie ever so I went to see it. It was meh.
     
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