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DuB1978
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quote:
Originally posted by Riptide:
Night at the Roxbury
The Tuxedo
Suburban Commando
Last Action Hero

i agree on the last three but night at the roxbury is just a fun movie.

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quote:
Originally posted by Stitch Groover:
"Random Hearts" with Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas - the single most dull film I've see in my life.

I couldn't agree with you more. The only other movie I can think of that was half as boring with as little a payoff in the end was the Tarkovsky film Stalker.
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Ripper, couldn't agree more with you on Night at the Roxbury, it was so unfunny!
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quote:
Originally posted by Riptide:
Night at the Roxbury

NO WAY!!!! This movie is hilarious!!!!! [Eek!]
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quote:
Originally posted by 80'sRocked:
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">Originally posted by Riptide:
Night at the Roxbury
</font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">NO WAY!!!! This movie is hilarious!!!!! [Eek!]

RIGHT ON!!!!!
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Oh - if you want dull, what about The English Patient? Or Titanic? or American Beauty?
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Frankenstein meets the Space Monster

Great White

The incredibly strange creatures that stopped living and became mixed-up zombies. (No really it is a movie)

Batman and Robin

The Towering Inferno

I could go on and on, but I will stop here.

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quote:
Originally posted by Paul Dangerously, you iceholes....:
Oh - if you want dull, what about The English Patient? Or Titanic? or American Beauty?

Those all might have been overly long, but at least there was some kind of story with an actual conflict and resolution to hang your hat on. Random Hearts tricks you into thinking it's going to be some sort of conspiracy thriller or mystery and instead just deteriorates into a mindless grief drama. It meanders on and on with nothing interesting ever happening. The conflict is: Can a real relationship work if it emerges out of commiseration? - Wow! 3 hours of magic right there.
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A few come to mind:

Feardotcom
Norbit
Cold Creek Manor
Cellular
The Happening
The Matador
Congo

All of these movies bored me to tears, and/or the plots were really ridiculous.

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quote:
Originally posted by Paul Dangerously, you iceholes....:
Oh - if you want dull, what about The English Patient? Or Titanic? or American Beauty?

American Beauty? Really?

That's one of my all time favourites. But it does seem to be one that people really love or really hate; doesn't seem to be too much middle ground.

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Im not a huge fan of American Beauty myself, but there is no way that it belongs in a worst movie thread!
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Yes it does - it has no discernable plot that I could think of, beyond the fact that his home life was 'unfulfilling', and that in the end, after near misses with his daughter's young friend, he ends up with his brains blown out. Rest of it? Dunno - can't remember and don't really care.

Same with Titanic. Right at the start they told you the boat sank and she survived. Where's the tension after that?

The English Patient? Title tells you all I needed to know: there was this patient, and he wasn't French.

Seen them all, and that's way over 6 hours of my life I'll never get back....... [Mad]

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I knew the boat sank in Titanic before I even went to the movie [Big Grin] The only redeeming thing from that movie was seeing Kate Winslet's funbags [Big Grin]
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I agree with The English Patient.
What a boring movie...

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I like Titanic, never saw The English Patient.
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Titanic, never a big fan: I actually found myself rooting for Billy Zane. That's Jim Cameron's fault for making his characters as fake as the CGI.

American Beauty was a good film IMO, Kevin Spacey was the man back then: memorable depiction of a mid-life crisis, people engaging with one another beyond the banal artifice of modernity. It was over hyped at the time but a decade down the line, still holds up pretty well.

I bought the The English Patient on DVD years ago, still haven't opened the shirnk wrap. One day, some day.

Another movie by the late/great Anthony Minghella which really divides audiences is Breaking & Entering with Jude Law and Robin Wright Penn.

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