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The Human Centipede. The sad thing is, I actually took the time to watch both. I wish I could unwatch them both.


Lol. I hear there will be a third sequel. Smiley LOL

 

I sometimes regret watching an entire bad film. Can't name any specific film that I regret watching. 

 

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Hmm... there are a lot of movies that I regret ever watching. However, I don't remember their titles. Probably has to do with how bad they were.

I'll see if I can update this post later on with a title or two.

 

Edit: Ah, now I remember one. Red Dawn (2012) was horrible.

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Brokeback Mountain LOL. 


Is this the movie with two gay cowboys? Smiley Very Happy

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The Human Centipede. The sad thing is, I actually took the time to watch both. I wish I could unwatch them both.


I've been hearing things about that movie, and something tells me I shouldn't google that.

 

 

 

Another movie I hated and couldn't finish was Pulp Fiction. I know it's a classic of sorts which is why I watched it, but I found the story scatterbrained and so incoherent I just dropped it and changed the channel. I really wanted to get into it, but darn, I couldn't force myself to.

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Pro tip = never watch movies where babies or dogs talk. NEVER.

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Pro tip = never watch movies where babies or dogs talk. NEVER.


My cousin wanted me to watch it with her, so I agreed to. Biggest..mistake ever..

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I got that beat!

 

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moblesuit75 wrote:

For an answer to the OP:

 

ANY M. Night Shamalans movie.  I am done with him.  I get suckered in, and then at the end of EVERY one of his movies I say **bleep** IT!

 

I liken it to the very accurate and funny opinion of Candy Corn that Lewis Black has.  I swear he stole that opinion from me.  First time I heard it, I knew exactly what he was going to say.  Looks like corn, tastes like CRAP.

 

M. Night, starts out intriguing, ends with regret for having watched it!

 

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2 word, "The Happening". watched it On Demand, was tempted to call Time Warner and ask for my $5 back. plants man, it was the plants. Smiley Indifferent

i do like Sixth Sense, Unbreakable and Signs though. everything else past that is crap, and it just got/gets worse and worse.

 


My take on it was that the bees were responsible. Does that make it more compelling?

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the_original_se wrote:

moblesuit75 wrote:

For an answer to the OP:

 

ANY M. Night Shamalans movie.  I am done with him.  I get suckered in, and then at the end of EVERY one of his movies I say **bleep** IT!

 

I liken it to the very accurate and funny opinion of Candy Corn that Lewis Black has.  I swear he stole that opinion from me.  First time I heard it, I knew exactly what he was going to say.  Looks like corn, tastes like CRAP.

 

M. Night, starts out intriguing, ends with regret for having watched it!

 

Moble


2 word, "The Happening". watched it On Demand, was tempted to call Time Warner and ask for my $5 back. plants man, it was the plants. Smiley Indifferent

i do like Sixth Sense, Unbreakable and Signs though. everything else past that is crap, and it just got/gets worse and worse.

 


My take on it was that the bees were responsible. Does that make it more compelling?


Who walks toward a bush with buzzing in it, and says; "hey is that bees?".

 

Smiley LOL  Back when Dane Cook was actually funny.

 

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