• Your movie confessions
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I had never seen movies like Pulp Fiction, The Shawshank Redemption or Blade Runner until late 2011/earlier this year, and there are still lots of "must watch" movies that I haven't seen I didn't enjoy Tin Tin as much as most people I was a big fan of Adam Sandler until Jack and Jill I literally didn't understand the last 20 minutes of No Country For Old Men I don't like the idea behind the new Sherlock Holmes, I expected less cool fighting moves and more investigation. I still enjoyed the movie, but I was disappointed with that
Haven't watched any movies in the Matrix trilogy, and I've only watched the fourth and last Star Wars movies.
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35672717] I was a big fan of Adam Sandler until Jack and Jill[/QUOTE] This is supposed to be unpopular stuff, right? Because I think most people liked Adam Sandler until J&J.
Not really, just think about "Grown Ups" and "Funny People", for example [editline]22nd April 2012[/editline] not to mention Zohan, but that was more of a "so bad it's good" situation
I cried like a bitch watching steel magnolias.
I enjoyed the hell out of this movie as a kid and still do. Saw it the other day. [img]http://dealbreaker.com/_old/images/entries/stealing%20harvard.jpg[/img] "Have you heard of insurance John? Have you heard of insurance? It's called insurance."
I masturbated to the nude scene in Titanic when I was 13
I thought that Inception wasn't as great as people made it out to be (and the obsession over the soundtrack is irritating as hell). I didn't like Sherlock Holmes (2009) all that much. The plot didn't really interest me and the movie just seemed very formulaic to me (but I guess it was kind of meant to be since Sherlock Holmes is basically the definition of a detective story).
Hated the second season of walking dead past the first episode. Went and saw Jack and Jill with my twin sister, and actually giggled at some parts.
I think the first Transformers wasn't a bad movie. Actually decent to be honest. The second one is still pretty awful though.
I love each Stanley Kubrick movie, but can't stand Dr. Strangelove. I consider it his worst movie
the a-team is my favorite movie of all time.
I never saw The Matrix until last week, but I loved it so much that I bought the movie on iTunes so I can watch it whenever I want. Star Wars Episode I - The Phantom Menace is my favorite Star Wars film, but my parents had me watch Episodes IV, V, and VI a few months beforehand.
Star Wars Ep. 1 is a genuinely horrible movie.
[QUOTE=Lordgeorge16;35683217]I never saw The Matrix until last week, but I loved it so much that I bought the movie on iTunes so I can watch it whenever I want. Star Wars Episode I - The Phantom Menace is my favorite Star Wars film, but my parents had me watch Episodes IV, V, and VI a few months beforehand.[/QUOTE] I just saw The Matrix around Christmas. Now that's a good movie. But I will be honest, I've never seen any of the Star Wars movies. Okay, that's a bit of a lie, I'm pretty sure I've seen the 1st (4th?) one, and I probably did go see the 1st episode when I was a kid. But I can barely remember any of the plot details though. So maybe if I can find our VHS's of them I will give them a watch.
I haven't seen any of the LOTR movies. Oh, and I think that Forrest Gump is mediocre.
skyline made me cry out of its sure brilliance. YEP STOVES CAN REALLY FILL UP AN APARTMENT FULL OF GAS ENOUGH TO EXPLODE WHEN SPARK IN A MINUTE EVEN THOUGH THE ENTIRE WALL IS RIPPED OUT
I found "Requiem for a dream" to be really boring. [editline]23rd April 2012[/editline] And that "The Abyss" is Cameron's best movie so far.
[QUOTE=booster;35685567]I found "Requiem for a dream" to be really borin[/QUOTE] :o I really love nasty gory movies, horrors and all kinds of films and never show any emotion...yet Terminator 2 makes me baw like a little bitch
[QUOTE=Joz;35684882]I haven't seen any of the LOTR movies. Oh, and I think that Forrest Gump is mediocre.[/QUOTE] HERESY but really, I suggest you see the LOTR films, they're pretty damn good
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35685704]HERESY but really, I suggest you see the LOTR films, they're pretty damn good[/QUOTE] [video=youtube;aSB03lr69iU]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSB03lr69iU[/video]
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35685704]HERESY but really, I suggest you see the LOTR films, they're pretty damn good[/QUOTE] I've never been into fantasy. Recently Game of Thrones changed my mind a bit, but still.
I thought Game of Thrones was all realistic and shit? But anyway: Hot Tub Time Machine is my guilty pleasure
*I enjoy all of the Star Wars movies, even the prequels *I thought Inception was just okay *I haven't seen too many "must watch" movies (Scarface, Godfather, Pulp Fiction, etc.) *There are a few movies that I know are bad, yet I still enjoy, if only for the entertainment value (X-Men 3, Wolverine, the later Pirates of the Caribbean, Transformers, etc.) *I like Spider-Man 3 (it has problems, but there's still a lot of awesome stuff like the Sandman coming back to life and the subway fight)
I found this movie funny. I'm sorry. [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/d/db/Cat_in_the_hat.jpg/220px-Cat_in_the_hat.jpg[/img]
I actually enjoyed Alien Resurrection. Possibly more than any of the other films.
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;35688057]I found this movie funny. I'm sorry. [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/d/db/Cat_in_the_hat.jpg/220px-Cat_in_the_hat.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] that was the weirdest movie I watched as a kid, got me confused probably because I never read dr seuss [editline]23rd April 2012[/editline] holy shit it came out in 2003, what the hell
Finding nemo was my favorite film untill i was 17
[QUOTE=GoldenBullet;35677380]I masturbated to the nude scene in Titanic when I was 13[/QUOTE] Terminator sex scene.
I didn't like Pulp Fiction and I don't see what makes it so great. Sure I did like some individual scenes ([sp]adrenaline straight to the heart, the famous SAY WHAT ONE MORE TIME scene, the intro, to name a few[/sp]) but overall it was ehhhh.
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