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Least favorite movies

Post by CFullmetalgrl on Wed Jun 11, 2014 2:30 am

So, have any movies you don't like or find mediocre? Post 'em here. Here are mine:

Chicken Run- Okay, I've tried watching this movie a few times, but I just can't come to like it. :/ I don't really know why, it just bores me. 

Sharkboy & Lavagirl- Ugggggggh, can't stand this one. Everything about it just sucks.

Zookeeper-Though more tolerable than Sharkboy, I don't like this either. The end with the animals singing "More than A Feeling" was just 
plain bad. Now I can't even listen to the song because it just reminds me of...ugh, this. .-.

Spy Kids movies-I'll be honest, I kinda liked the first movie, but afterwards it pretty much went downhill. 

Ice Age-While it's not totally bad, it's not that great either. Haven't seen any of the other ones other than the second, which was eh.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop- I dunno, I kinda get enjoyment outta this, but still not one of my favs.

Hoodwinked-It's alright I guess. I liked the hyper-active squirrel though(forgot his name). xD Not one I'll watch over again anytime soon. Haven't 
seen the sequel & kinda don't have any interest to.


That's all I have for now.


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Re: Least favorite movies

Post by Flick Duck on Wed Jun 11, 2014 6:16 am

Aww, I like Ice Age. Well, except for the 3rd one--that sucked a lot so you're not missing anything really. 4th one was okay, though littered with movie cliches, so I'm not really sure what my opinion on that one is.

Let's see what mine are (gonna include short little reviews and ratings)...

Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie: It's Barney, what can I say? Unless I'm making fun of the movie or watching for nostalgia's sake, it honestly is a pretty terrible movie. The fact that they can only call central kid Cody a "silly tease" yet use the word "stupid" to describe a non-character really gets to me and a scene somewhere in the beginning where Cody steps on a pile of cow poop was disgusting and unnecessary. They even showed it close up... like what the heck. Why they even tried using gross-out humor in Barney is beyond me... x_x  (Rating: 2/10)

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel: Gaaaaah.... so many things wrong with this movie that I don't even know where to start. This movie isn't just littered with cliches--it is a cliche. Every dang thing in it is predictable from the whole Alvin being cool conflict to the chipmunks' interactions with the people at school. The only thing that I couldn't have predicted is how Dave was barely in the movie. Instead they opted to have Dave injured at a concert in the beginning and use some friend or uncle, or whatever... I can't even remember what relation to Dave the guy had. To keep it short and sweet--avoid this movie at all costs... (Rating: 1/10)

Arthur's Missing Pal: I just recently watched this in full for the first time, and jeeeez... while this movie isn't unwatchable, it certainly isn't good by any means. I love Arthur a lot, but this movie is nothing like the TV show. The biggest difference, of course, is that it utilizes CGI animation rather than the traditional 2D animation we're used to and the difference is very distracting even though the animation itself isn't too bad... except for the backgrounds which offer an awkward cartoony/realistic contrast between the two CGI styles. Another complaint I have is that the characters are made off to be very unlikable in the beginning. I get that the movie was trying to make me feel sorry for Pal, but I guess their ignorance came off hard because they didn't do a good job establishing that the family loves Pal in the beginning. It didn't help either that they had to stick in a lame gag about Pal drinking too much and having to go out, but being ignored by everybody and attempting to use their toilet... Now, the story here is actually okay, but the problems I stated above unfortunately ruin most of it. (Rating: 4/10)

Iron Man 2: Was forced to see this movie with a friend who was moving away a few years ago, and I hated it soooooo much. I tried to get into it and follow along with the plot, but it was just too involved with overly subtle hints to hold my interest for very long. I wish I could review this one better but I honestly don't remember much except it involved the Iron Man suit being taken or duplicated or something. (Rating: 2/10)

Zathura: One of my first disappointments in a movie theater. This movie has none of the charm that Jumanji had and looking back on what little memory I have of it, the movie has more of a dark and gloomy tone to it. It left a bad taste in my mouth right in the beginning when in the first 5 minutes of the movie started with the younger brother telling his older sibling that he was "such a d***" which just didn't work... normally I don't get bothered by foul language in movies, but it just didn't feel right coming out of a kid who couldn't have been older than 8 so early on in the movie. I forgot most of the rest but I remember a scene with the sister in the shower and coming down the stairs in a towel, as well as the younger brother hiding out in a dumbwaiter (after which he found the Zathura game in the cellar). Not a good movie at all and I haven't rewatched it since my first and only viewing. (Rating: 2/10)

Gravity: Boring, boring, boring. That's all this movie really is. It centers around a space shuttle mission that encounters problems and all the crew members, except for one, suffer fatalities. There's hardly any dialogue in the movie at all--most of it is just the sole survivor panting and breathing heavily as she tries to make her way bacK to Earth. Unbearably boring movie and I have no interest in seeing it again. Why people are so crazy about it is beyond me. (Rating: 1/10)

Grown Ups: Typical crap with Adam Sandler. I don't remember much about the movie except it involves a vacation with a bunch of families that all the kids don't want to go on. Slightly watchable because of a few (and I literally mean like one or two) funny moments in the film, but I do not recommend it at all. (Rating: 2/10)

The Cat in the Hat: This movie destroys my childhood. I don't know how I managed to enjoy it as a kid because this is the bottom of the barrel. It ruins everything about the book and to add insult to injury, Dr. Seuss' wife forbid further live action adaptations of the Seuss books after this! I think we all know the story of the Cat in the Hat so I don't really feel a need to go into the plot because frankly, the plot of the movie is nothing like that. I'm not really interested in recapping the whole movie, so if you haven't seen this abomination, check out a review on YouTube and you'll likely see why I hate it so much. (Rating: 1/10)


I have more but I can't think of 'em right now. Hopefully this'll satisfy your need for terrible movie reviews--err, reviews of terrible movies. Tongue
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Re: Least favorite movies

Post by CFullmetalgrl on Wed Jun 11, 2014 10:04 am

Ugggggggh, I remember when we watched that Barney movie. I agree. @-@ Sadly, I watched some of the Cat in the Hat on CN & watched the Nostalgia Critic's review on it. Gawh, never again...


The others I haven't seen, so.. Tongue


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