Discussion in 'Apex Lounge' started by FB, Dec 14, 2010.
Without doubt Mongolian Death Worm..... but i like the title
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I think I'm going to watch that just based on the name of it
Absolutely nothing wrong with "Bad Taste". Black comedy at it's finest.
Prince of Persia (Jake Gyllenhall) - just dire.
Robin Hood (Russell Crowe) - nonsense.
I know it got panned by the critics, but I have always been one who takes the critics' assessments with a pinch of salt. So I went along assuming that Ralph Fiennes, Uma Thurman and Co. would actually produce something at least watchable. I was wrong, it was awful, and not even in a so-bad-it's-good way. Added to that insult was the injury of finding out later that the trashed Jaguar E-Type that appeared at the end of a stunt sequence was actually a genuine E-Type that they had trashed and not a prop, and that in running the stunt sequence they had consumed pretty much all of Europe's new-old-stock supply of E-Type parts. I'll probably never be able to afford an E-Type, but the car nut in me can't ever forgive Jeremiah Chechik for that act of vandalism.
Don't ask yourself to many questions with such kind of movies.
The same with Jurrasic Park. How did the T-rex enter the building in the final scene?
Recently we have watched (I say watched, more like paid scant attention to):
The Karate Kid remake - just plain awful
The A Team remake - both of us stopped watching it after about 10 minutes and it was just on in the background, but when it got to the flying tank we both just looked at each other and there was an unspoken agreement to just delete it from the planner.
Laugh a second!
Hey, i didn't know you could learn kung-fu by hanging on your jacket.
Obviously with age perception changes. Much like the original Star Wars movies.
TBH all those type of war, sci-fi and horror movies don't interest me.
Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat...terrible films and Rocky Balboa.
That name just sounds bad! I really don't want to click on the link either
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