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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Reecedouglas1, Apr 25, 2019.
Birdie is fab.
50 Shades.... bought it on pirate DVD for 20p in Asia....biggest waste of money ever. i actually turned it off and threw the DVD straight in the bin.
also, any of the sex in the city movies.....oh my
Had a similar thing with Inglorious ********
Really enjoyed it until it reached a particular point - the moment I pressed ‘play’ on the CD player!
Leaving Las Vegas
Those last three are perfect wet Sunday afternoon films.
Years ago I saw the first one with Lady Artboy. The, in my view, unfair and poorly reasoned comparisons between Colin Firth and myself which ensued were not helpful toward domestic harmony.
God, I hate that floppy haired SOB.
There’s a term for that sort of “so carp it’s good” films in French, such a film is called a “nanar” and can become a "cult film". (wikipedia on "nanar": Un nanar est, dans le langage familier, un film qui possède tellement de défauts qu'il en devient involontairement ridicule et comique.)
They have trophies & awards for nanars in France, night-long sessions in cinemas and channels such as Canal + regularly have all-night “nanar” specials.
La nuit du nanar culte, tellement mauvais que c’en est bon
Last Year at Marienbad - utter tedium. If that is a cinematic masterpiece of the French New Wave, then give me Carry on Camping.
Eyes Wide Shut is in my view another pile which is far from golden.
Black Rain starring Michael Douglas. I fell asleep watching it at the cinema. When I woke up people behind were laughing at me. I must have been snoring. I then walked out groggily and half asleep.
Whatever one's opinion of Naked, David Thewlis was unforgettable in it.
The apocalyptic scene with the security guard:
It was grim
I don't think Lloyd Webber will make a musical out of it.
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure.
Agreed. he is only there by virtue of his uncle (Francis Ford Coppola). That awful film he did with Cher about thirty years ago showed his acting ability off for what it is. More ham than Sainsbury's bacon counter.
This... and that. And the other was simply unspeakable …
I did not know that. Makes a little more sense now.
Raising Arizona, another Cage 'classic'
and that awful one where he plays an angel