I think that one is a toss up between her and Richard Gere. Wasn't that movie about a guy who falls in love with a hooker? I think it saw it once, if anything, it is probably one of the most forgettable movies of all time. I couldn't tell you what happened in the movie, other than Julia Roberts in a red dress. But, It was so boring, I could have cared less.
I don't usually watch movies I know I'll hate, so I'm sure I'm missing some awful ones, but of the movies I've actually sat through that I despised, the worst were Anaconda and Lost in Space. Hated hated hated HATED them.
Eraserhead is indeed a peculiar, surreal, dream-like movie. It's perhaps an acquired taste. Anything from David Lynch is a bit off-kilter. I wouldn't call it bad. But then I like odd stuff like that..where you need to watch it a couple of times to understand the intent.
highlander 4 psyco with vince vaughn anything with unfunny jerry seinfeld (stiller is waaaaay better) harry potter rocky horror picture show (unwatchable) hulk 2 (norton is a good actor but he makes bill bixbie as tough as arnold lol) fight club thats all 4 now
I love the sound of music. It's one of the greatest musicals of all time. My family and I used to watch it every time it was on. I remember that every time the captain played his guitar at the concert where they escaped from the Natzis always used to make my sister cry, which would make me cry.
My sister and I both had a childhood crush on Ralph. But seeing him as and adult, he's actually kind of goofy. But, I think "16 going on 17" is one of my all time favorite musical songs. There are a lot of songs from the sound of Music that are part of music books at our local schools, that's how much of an impact the movie had.
But, I understand Mega1. If you don't like it. It's ok.
But, Julie Andrews was still a great singer, and a great actress. I'm curious if you have seen Victor Victoria. She's great in that!
Ben Affleck's "The Town" is my least favorite movie, to date. It's an overrated piece of hyped-up junk that's more like a feature-length made-for-TV soap opera than a regular movie.
I'll also add that "The Town", in addition to perpetrating some of the worst stereotypes (i. e. All Charlestown "Townies" are in the bank-robbery business, and the prince-like and princess-like characters can get away with anything they want, without consequences, that as long as one can get what they want, anything goes, that it's okay to violate the law by making total dupes out of law-enforcement people who are trying to do their jobs, and helping a violent criminal with a long record become a fugitive from justice and the law, and that it's okay to act like a vigilante and take the law into one's own hands, just to supposedly keep a girlfriend or whoever safe.
I'll also add that Doug and Claire weren't very sympathetic people, and were very unlikeable, to boot. The only people I sympathized with in "The Town" were FBI Agt. Adam Frawley and his men. .
Among my least favorite films are SHINING THROUGH and I AM SAM.My least favorite movie experiences usually involve somebody talking. What's that Darren Aronofsky film with the tree? I forget, but I do remember two old...
Every friday, my friends and I get together to have a movie night at someone's house. It is always a lot of fun but I have noticed that a magority of the movies we watch are duds. Could you help me out and tell me which...