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I want a refund (Movies that SUCK)

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People who added this item 4626 Average listal rating (3152 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.6
Had I not had 2 of my best friends to make fun of this with while watching, I would never have sat through it. And as much fun as we had, we should never have even bought tickets.
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People who added this item 1601 Average listal rating (996 ratings) 5.5 IMDB Rating 6.2
It starts out OK if you don't mind the awful animation, but then the story suddenly diverts from the source material and bastardizes a classic tale. Blasphemous.
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People who added this item 1830 Average listal rating (1205 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 5.9
The dialogue is so bad it's laughable, as is the so-called acting. Glad I saw it for free, but I could have lived without watching it. Not even Jessica Biel running around in skin-tight clothes could save it.
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Went with a couple friends while I was in high school to see this. We paid 50 cents, and walked out after 45 minutes to ask for our money back. Yeah, it's that awful.
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There's only one Crow movie, and that's the first one. I refuse to speak of any so-called sequels.
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People who added this item 1294 Average listal rating (733 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.5
The only Johnny Depp movie I passionately hate. I blame John Waters.
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I was doing an excellent job of avoiding this mindlessness, but then I got stuck at someone's house for a little while & this was their choice of entertainment. I remember wanting to drive sharp objects through my skin. My brain recoiled in horror, its cells shrieking as they died from the stupidity.
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People who added this item 1699 Average listal rating (941 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.4
I still have no idea what the point is of this film, if there even is one. By far one of the most overrated cult films ever.
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Another film I was subjected to by others on a night I had nothing better to do. Predictable, stupid, and a waste of film.
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So bad I can't even remember anymore what happened in the film. I just remember the feeling of wanting to die the entire time I sat watching it. I also remember it instilled a strong urge to avoid all things Final Fantasy for a few years, and that can't be good.
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People who added this item 9092 Average listal rating (5784 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 8.8
Overrated. Ridiculous to the point of insulting my intelligence. Finding out at the end that he was within walking distance of where he wanted to go & that I'd sat through all of his ramblings for nothing made it even worse. "Life is like a box of chocolates"? Well guess what, I'm allergic to chocolate.

Edited to add: I recently saw a thing on AV Club that echoed my thoughts on this film even better than what I said back when I first made this list, so I've added it here.
I had a gut-level reaction to Forrest Gump that I still have some trouble processing all these years later. I’m usually a “to each his own” person with regard to taste in pop culture, but that movie just makes me want to argue with everyone in the entire world who thought it was anything more than an offensive gimmick. Let’s try an elevator pitch and see how far it gets: “The luckiest mentally challenged man in the world ends up at big events in world history, while also falling in love and having a super positive effect on the world around him. Also, he’s magical or something.” What sort of cultural wish fulfillment was going on here? The desire to see a person with disabilities succeed in spite of himself? The desire to believe in astonishing coincidences? Why did the Academy reward the most pandering, ridiculous, borderline-offensive story possible with its highest award? Say what you will about Forrest Gump’s competition, but The Shawshank Redemption and Pulp Fiction endure, while Forrest Gump feels like a movie that just put one over on the world.
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People who added this item 644 Average listal rating (414 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.3
Frailty (2001)
I figured out everything that would happen during the entire film within the first 30 minutes. Then I forced myself to sit through the rest to make sure I'd figured it out correctly. I had. I should've just turned it off, looked it up online & saved myself the pains of sitting through the rest.
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I went with a group of friends to see this while it was in theatres, and at various points ALL of us fell asleep. Even thinking about the movie makes me yawn.
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Godzilla (1998)
Thanks Roland Emmerich for ruining one of my favorite childhood monsters. Dick.
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People who added this item 739 Average listal rating (374 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 6.7
Back in 2003, I rented this because I'd seen it on some favorites lists of friends of mine with mostly similar taste to mine. I turned it off about 40 minutes in when I realized I had no idea what was going on nor did I care.
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Heavy Metal is an entertaining film. Heavy Metal 2000 is not. I fell asleep while watching this, and it's only 88 minutes long. And it was a movie I'd wanted to see, which makes my falling asleep even worse.
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People who added this item 356 Average listal rating (262 ratings) 2.7 IMDB Rating 2
Note the complete lack of stars. I regretfully paid full price to see this in the theatre, and then refused to walk out on it to teach a friend of mine a lesson (another friend & I went to see a couple movies without her that she'd wanted to see...so she said she was picking one we HAD to go watch with her, and chose this...when she turned to us & said "We can leave whenever," we replied that no, we couldn't, because she'd insisted we go see it).

ANYWAY, what could've been at least a decent zombie flick (in that watching dumb teens get killed for being dumb can be entertaining in a karmic way) turned into utter stupidity as some "genius" decided to switch out the gory, violent deaths with actual sequences from the video game the film was adapted from. Not reenactments, mind you, ACTUAL VIDEO GAME FOOTAGE. A zombie gets shot in the head, cut to the video game. A zombie is about to bite someone, cut to the video game. I'm sure someone decided it'd make the film original somehow, because as everyone knows using previously filmed footage instead of creating something new is totally original.

Given the choice between watching this again & eating a bullet, I'd go with the bullet, and have no regrets.
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People who added this item 1307 Average listal rating (635 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7
A disjointed mess. I was intrigued by the idea of it, but in the maybe 40 minutes I actually watched of it I couldn't find a reason to care about anything going on in the movie.
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If you saw it, then you know my pain. Also, you'll recall the scene where Indy hides in a refrigerator & survives a bombing. As that scene ended, I thought to myself 'I should leave now and get my money back.' But then I thought 'surely it can't get any worse than this?'. So I stayed to watch the rest, and I regretted every moment.
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The worst vampire movie I've ever seen. As the opening credits rolled by, I figured that if Stan Lee, Frank Miller & Henry Rollins were in it (and they are) then it'd be somewhat decent/interesting. This film taught me to never trust anyone simply because I have some measure of respect for them.
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The CGI is crap. The acting is awful. They completely ruin a perfectly good comic-book tale, and they kill Sean Connery, which you just don't do.
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People who added this item 100 Average listal rating (49 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.1
Some of my high school friends found this somehow & were so appalled that they decided to make everyone who wanted to continue hanging out with them suffer through it. Misery loves company, sure, but I could have lived forever without even acknowledging this film's existence.
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Overrated, over-hyped, one of the most mind-numbingly boring films I've ever sat through. I get it, 2 Americans connect simply because they're Americans in Japan. But I don't get why I'm supposed to care. Oh yeah, and there's this too. I hate Sofia Coppola.
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I liked The Matrix. Matrix Reloaded was worth watching for some of the action sequences, & at the time I thought the story was interesting enough. Then this film came along and ruined the trilogy & diminished my appreciation for Reloaded. (Personally I'd prefer it if The Matrix had ended right before the last scene when the phone rings...that would've been good enough for me forever.) A terrible ending that I saw coming but hoped against hope that it wouldn't.
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I love Jim Carrey...have ever since In Living Color first came on TV. And while he plays his character in this film well enough, the script is so terrible and idiotic that he has no chance to save it. But that's the Farrellys for you. They love to celebrate stupidity. I, on the other hand, do not.
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At least the first film had a couple of decent fight scenes. I can't even recall any specifics of this one, beyond that I watched it and it sucked.
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Ridiculous, and not in an entertaining way. This film is dull, dumb, and a complete waste of film.
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If it wasn't for the moments of slapstick, I wouldn't have laughed once during the entire film. Of course, those moments were even funnier once I'd reached the point of hating every character in the movie. Hearing countless people quote from it incessantly and watching it turn into a merchandising behemoth only added to my hatred of it.
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I tried watching this. I think it's supposed to be a comedy, but there wasn't a single funny moment in what I managed to sit through before turning it off & returning it to Netflix.
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Another movie I only sat through because I had friends to make fun of it with. And if that's what you're looking for this film is a goldmine. If you want a good movie, look elsewhere.
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The first one was entertaining, even after multiple views. The second has its moments, but is only worth seeing once. This doesn't even rate a single view. Take all the jokes from the previous films & rehash them, throw in a bunch of babies for merchandise cash-in, and cobble together something vaguely resembling a plot, and this is what you get. Crap.
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People who added this item 833 Average listal rating (564 ratings) 5 IMDB Rating 5.2
I loved the comic books. I dug the cartoon series. But I hated every moment of this.
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People who added this item 874 Average listal rating (532 ratings) 4.8 IMDB Rating 4.8
So bad I demanded a refund from the box office, and then proceeded to drink away whatever impressions it might have made on me.
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Supposedly this is a great film. My friends and I watched it during a Halloween horror movie marathon, and this was the only film of the night we quit paying attention to in favor of carrying on discussions of other topics. Every once in a while someone would glance at the projection screen & wonder aloud "is this still on?" I think the only reason we didn't turn it off was because so many people had sworn by it.
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A friend of mine's family had rented this, and while they had it he & I decided since we seemed to be the only people who had NOT seen it yet, we should watch it. I remember us sitting there, stupefied, hating everything about it, and finally he stood up to turn it off when suddenly something funny finally happened. So he sat back down & we carried on. Another long stretch of being stupefied, hating every moment, then I suggested we turn it off...when again something funny happened. We then sat through the rest of it, & I can't remember if we laughed again or not. Neither laugh I recall was worth the torture of everything else, though, & I still wish I'd just avoided it.
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I remember going to see this at a free sneak preview with a friend. While it was on the screen we were entertained well enough, but once it ended we stepped outside and discussed it. By the time we'd finished talking about it, we both concluded that we hated it. Between this & Lost in Translation, I have no urge to ever watch another Sofia Coppola film.
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Posted: 8 years, 1 month ago at Aug 5 3:28
I've yet to see almost all of these. Your comment on Forrest Gump (Well guess what, I'm allergic to chocolate) made me laugh.
Posted: 8 years, 1 month ago at Aug 5 3:30
Excellent.
Posted: 8 years, 1 month ago at Aug 5 3:48
Oh, anyone who sat through Liquid Sky... the pain still stays with me... :P
Posted: 7 years, 11 months ago at Sep 30 0:43
Brilliant list, totally agree with everything except like..2 of them hahah hilarious comments also.
Posted: 7 years, 11 months ago at Sep 30 0:43
Brilliant list, totally agree with everything except like..2 of them hahah hilarious comments also.
Posted: 7 years, 11 months ago at Oct 23 11:47
Thank you for hating "Frailty". I was starting to think everyone in the world was f-ing crazy, and I've never disagreed with Ebert more.

Great list overall, and some hilarious, spot-on comments. Some of your reasoning is so sound that I totally forgive you for hating 2 films I really enjoy.
Posted: 7 years, 11 months ago at Oct 23 13:33
sorry you can't get any refunds. lol
Posted: 7 years, 11 months ago at Oct 24 2:05
To all the voters/commenters so far...thanks for helping this list get promoted! Much appreciated!
Posted: 7 years, 11 months ago at Oct 24 9:02
Agree with all except 4 ..... 1, 6 and 18....I love those movies!
Posted: 7 years, 10 months ago at Nov 15 20:10
I agree with almost all of these... but there are some I actually liked.
Posted: 7 years, 8 months ago at Jan 2 2:46
Amazing List There.... Maybe Check Out Mine Someday

But Seriously, Eraserhead? Thats One Of The Classic Films I Have Seen + Forrest Gump But I Guess We Have Different Tastes, Oh Well!

But Apart From That, I Agree With Matrix Revolutions And Especially, Especially, INDIANA JONES!!!
Posted: 7 years, 6 months ago at Mar 25 4:09
The only ones I personally (it's obviously fine that you don't like them) disagree with are KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL and MATRIX REVOLUTIONS.

The rest I either agree with or haven't seen yet.
Posted: 7 years, 3 months ago at May 30 14:57
You rip a few of my faves, but your comments were funny so you earn my vote anyway.
Posted: 7 years, 3 months ago at Jun 7 5:15
Yup, I'm Not There was shockingly disappointing.
Posted: 7 years, 3 months ago at Jun 13 17:29
liked the comments and yup agreed :)
Posted: 7 years, 2 months ago at Jul 13 0:53
I seriously think you need to watch Gummo the rest of the way through, one of my all time favorites
Posted: 7 years, 2 months ago at Jul 13 11:00
Inresting one
Posted: 7 years, 2 months ago at Jul 13 13:41
Well... i think Eraserhead is a great film...:)
It shows pure nightmare!
Except Eraserhead, pretty good list!
Posted: 6 years, 7 months ago at Feb 16 8:59
Well I'm taking Lost in Tranlation off my to watch list...
Posted: 6 years, 6 months ago at Mar 20 13:18
Totally agree with Lost in Translation!
Posted: 6 years, 3 months ago at Jun 17 6:50
Nice. The majority of these are big steamy piles.
Posted: 6 years, 3 months ago at Jun 17 6:56
I agree, except Forrest Gump (one of my favorite movies) and The Crow: City of Angels. I'm glad You don't like Lost in Translation. I thought I was the only one ;)
Posted: 6 years, 3 months ago at Jun 17 16:21
8, 11, 18, 19, 34, and 35 are all really good IMO. All the others are either just okay, or really are terrible. :P
Posted: 6 years, 3 months ago at Jun 19 7:18
I never had the desire to see Armageddon. I don't usually like those kind of movies unless they are very well done, and this one didn't appear to be.

The same with Beowulf. Like you, I was turned off by the bad animation. I think it would make a good live-action flick if they don't go cheap on the effects.

I never bothered with Blade or any of its sequels, just wasn't interested. I'm told it was a pretty good comic book series, though.

I think Chevy Chase stopped being funny about a half hour after the first Vacation movie.

I agree with you that The Crow series died with Brandon Lee.

I never saw Cry Baby, but always thought of it as a chick flick for teeny boppers who love Johnny Depp.

Dude, Where's My Car? Never see a movie that has the entire plot in the title.

Eraserhead. I have to admit I am interested in checking it out, being a fan of David Lynch. From what I have read, it probably doesn't make sense like you said, and is just a series of surreal segments. If I ever do see it, it probably will not be a movie I would ever watch again.

Fast and Furious and Final Fantasy are 2 other franchises I never bought into.

I have to admit I enjoyed Forrest Gump and have watched it on more than one occassion. Sure, it is a far-fetched story. That is part of its charm, that one simpleton can go through life and become an unwitting part of just about ever major historical or cultural event that occurred during his lifetime. Given its success, I am suprised they haven't turned the second book, 'Gump and Son' into a sequel yet. I do have to agree on the point the movie is a bit overrated.

I did go to the movies and saw Godzilla when it came out. The only good thing about the film was hearing 'Kasmir' blasting out of the speakers in dolby stereo surround sound.

I didn't like the first Heavy Metal, so there's no way I would waste my time on HM-2000.

Is 'I'm Not There' the movie where the role of Bob Dylan is played by a woman? I, too was curious to see how that came out, but judging by your review, it is probably better that I wasn't that curious.

I offically recognize the Indiana Jones Franchise as a trilogy. Shai Lebouf, or however you spell his name, screwed that movie up. I understand they had to get someone young to take some of the action off of the more mature Indy, but he was all wrong for the movie. The story was not that great to begin with. I think they would have been better served by coaxing Sean Connery out of retirement to repeat his role as Indy's dad.

I had great expectations for 'League of Extrodinary Gentlemen'. It seemed the perfect property to develope into a movie franchise. You had Sean Connery and a great comic book series to build on. For the sequels, you had all the literary and/or historical heroes since the beginning of time to choose from. But it was not to be. I think this was the last movie Connery made before retiring. It is obvious he used an action double extensively during this shoot. You are right about the effects looking cheap. I wouldn't be looking for any sequels anytime soon.

Lost in Translation - What is it about comic actors wanting to make dramatic films? Didn't Belushi's Continental Divide, Sandler's Spanglish, Ferrell's Stranger Than Fiction, or even his own earlier try with The Razor's Edge teach Bill Murray anything? I have to admit he is a better actor than those other guys, but this movie is best described by the word you used-BORING. Coppola must have used his influence to get all the praise for his daughter's stinkeroo of a movie.

The Matrix is another franchise that should have remained a single movie. I thoroughly enjoyed the first one and couldn't care less about any of the sequals.

I liked 'Me, Myself, and Irene'. Jim Carrey played a good and funny role, in my opinion. I thought it was funnier than 'The Mask', but not quite up to the standards of 'Dumb and Dumber'.

Napoleon Dynamyte is another movie I enjoyed. It was just a little sleeper of a movie that came out of nowhere and was different from anything out at the time. I do agree it got over-hyped and over-merchandised. They tried to make a little movie that was an enjoyable diversion into a Hollywood blockbuster and that turned a lot of people off.

I agree they have gone to the well too many times in the Shrek series.

Something About Mary is the funniest Ben Stiller movie out there. I think the Farrelly Bros hit the bullseye on this comedy.

Posted: 6 years, 3 months ago at Jun 20 1:51
Frailty was just horrible...now I'm pissed off thinking about it.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Aug 1 6:54
I disagree with a few of these, but I agree with Dude Where's My Car, Shrek the Third and Lost in Translation which I just sat through. Some of these are on my watch list, but the rest I'm not really interested in seeing.
Posted: 6 years ago at Aug 28 5:24
No Battlefield Earth?
Posted: 6 years ago at Aug 28 19:44
There are some here that I thought were good movies, but I respect your opinion. Good list.
Posted: 5 years, 11 months ago at Oct 12 0:29
add "babel" to the list and we got a deal
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 11 1:16
cm'on! forrest gump wasn't so bad! =)
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 11 1:51
Well, out of the 36 here, I've seen 17 and only wish to see 3 others. But out of the 16 I've seen I would disagree w/ you on 6 of them:

Armageddon: (it was fun, especially Buscemi)
Blade:Trinity: (my favorite of the 3)
Fast and the Furious: (again, fun - and my favorite of the series)
Forrest Gump: (eh, I enjoyed it)
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: (completely at odds w/ the source material but still fun for me)
Matrix Revolutions (I didn't love it but I did like it. I do agree, though, that they should have stopped w/ the first one.)

the others I pretty much agree w/ you on. There's at least half a dozen here that I only gave a star (or less) to myself! :)
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 11 13:48
what no Pearl Harbor? Apart from that shot in the trailer where the bomb goes down the funnel or whatever it was a suck-fest

tbh the only film I have regretted paying to see at the cinema was Crimson Tide as I literally fell asleep during it

worst film I have ever seen is Zombie Nation - not worth the money I paid to watch - I saw it on a free stream
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 11 15:44
@xxixii - I've never had any urge to watch Pearl Harbor. Same goes for Crimson Tide.
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 11 15:47
Crimson Tide was good! ;P
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 11 20:20
The only movie that I remember that I literally fell asleep was Tears of the Sun.
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 12 0:03
@AVPGuyver21 - Tears of the Sun was all right. In the wrong mood though I might have done the same when I watched it. Heh.
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 12 3:32
I'm sure you've noticed that several people have disagreed with your thoughts on Eraserhead, and I'm now one of them too. Still, it's all good, that movie certainly isn't for everyone. I'm also fond of Ghost in the Shell. I'll admit that it IS painfully slow for an anime film. And... well, it's a guilty pleasure for me, but god help me, I like Heavy Metal 2000. It is a shit movie, and I make no effort to defend it. Still. I understand why it's on your list. It is shitty.

Now, I TOTALLY agree with you on Napoleon Dynamite, Matrix Revolutions, The Crow: City of Angels (had a pretty good soundtrack, for what that's worth), Blade Trinity, and Spawn (I DID like John Leguizamo as Clown/Violator, though).

Overall, GREAT LIST. Reminds me of my own list: Stupid Movies You'd Be Stupid to Watch.

although I haven't added my own personal thoughts for each of those movies yet. Might just have to now.
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 13 1:29
I always laugh at the "I remember wanting to drive sharp objects through my skin. My brain recoiled in horror, its cells shrieking as they died from the stupidity" comment. I feel the same when I was watching 10,000 BC.
Posted: 5 years, 6 months ago at Mar 13 17:55
@AVPGuyver21 - Thanks! :D
Posted: 5 years, 2 months ago at Jul 4 0:02
The Amazing Spiderman is defiantly one that I want a refund for. Your choices for most of them are spot on.
Posted: 5 years, 2 months ago at Jul 4 5:33
@Vorpal Blade, thenoah & TheKnight12 - Thanks!
Posted: 4 years, 5 months ago at Apr 19 15:15
Love your comments and that you used the "overrrated" word only twice! that word really start to annoy me...
Armageddon never was stopped playing at my house. After you watching it more than 100 times you can`t help but like the movie. Don`t agree much about Forrest Gump, but still I watched it before I knew how to truly understand a movie so it might be different today.
Posted: 4 years, 5 months ago at Apr 19 15:52
@ST9156 - Thanks! It annoys me too when someone's main argument on films they dislike is simply "it's overrated" and/or "it sucks." Neither one really explains why someone dislikes a film. When I look at lists like this one I always hope that the person who created the list has ACTUAL, SPECIFIC reasons why they don't like a film, and that's what I aimed for here.
Posted: 4 years, 4 months ago at May 4 9:25
What's wrong with 'Forrest Gump' and 'Shrek the Third'?
Posted: 4 years, 4 months ago at May 5 3:26
@filmbuilder - All films listed here have details on why I dislike them. I refer you to them.

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