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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Reecedouglas1, Apr 25, 2019.
For me it would have to be Angus Things and Perfect Snogging or Wimbledon.
See you're back again. They must have let you out of the creche again then.
Someone didn't get enough holiday homework.
Anyone else remember a big fat turkey called "Quest for Fire" released about 1982?
Batman and Robin with George Clooney.
Cloud Atlas and Birdman.
Alvin and the Chipmunks.
Marley and Me.
All of these I saw at someone else's request. That's a day of my life gone.
Answering for my wife...
Avengers: Endgame which she will be forced to endure on Sunday.
You are a cruel person. She sounds like a woman of good judgement .
Drowning by Numbers
Only one I can ever remember walking out on.
Chicago was pretty bad, but Catherine Zeta Jones was still good quality eye candy- I stayed for that one.
Mama Mia! 2 hours of my life I want back.
Birdman and The Big Short were dreadful. I am cautious about Oscar winners/contenders now.
Eyes Wide Shut - that’s the two hours of my life I want back.
Hidden, or "Caché" as the original title is in French.
No other film has made me as angry. If I can save just one person from watching that film, and wasting two hours of their lives, this post will have been worth it.
Anything that gets nominated for the Palme D'Or award at Cannes is viewed with extreme suspicion from me, as a result.
I liked that. Even the director wouldn't say what the actual story was.
(I liked drowning by numbers too )
Martyrs - the original French version.
Actually a very good movie, but so horrific, disturbing and nihilistic that I wish I could excise the parts of my brain that have any memory of it, like cutting out a form of mental sespsis. For the record, I think Saw is for babies and don’t see why I can’t use a the Exorcist in my RS lessons, so I’m a hardened horror enthusiast. But that damned thing... two hours of my life I would be happy to surgically remove.
I loved this film.Danny Auteuil - what’s not to like !? Great director too
Trois Coulours: Bleu. I want that time back. I only watched it to impress a woman I fancied...
Really? I loved Cloud Atlas, the film and the book.