Armond White and Mickey Rourke agree on at least one thing: torture is being forced to watch Moneyball. It’s never easy to be honest about a friend’s work but Mickey taken the easy route. Bravo Mickey. Now we await Brad Pitt’s review of Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man.
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What well reviewed film to think of as torture ?
Footloose. Used to like it till some Syracuse gay guy fucked it up in a shitty local yocal production.
Dancer in the Dark stinks as well, why did she become a retarded retard during the fight with the guy from the Green Mile? She was blind, not mute.
Also Grease or any movie that characters randomly break into song and dance gives me uncomfortable sweats
Crash is such a heavy handed over the top depiction of cliche stereotypes I've ever seen. I vowed to never watch it again before it was over.
TPearl Harbor Titanicy 40 Year Old Virgin And that awful Benjamin Button shit-hole Never made it through any of those 3 1/2 hour pieces of donkey droppings.
I can't sit through a second of Rocky Horror Picture Show and i lost my virginity the first time i watched it
I refuse to even watch whatever movie "Show me the money" comes from. Looked awful from the trailers alone.
Bridesmaids...the only laugh was when she shit in the street. And that was more of an uncomfortable sympathy laugh. I don't get what the hype is all about.
Any movie Gbaby liked I think is complete crap.....Bridesmaids? Superhero movies? UGGGGHHHHhhhhhhhhhhh
Avatar is legitimately one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Sure it looks good but Just because you put shit on a silver platter doesn't make it a good meal
It's a Wonderful Life
The entire message of the film is "don't follow your dreams, your life belongs to everyone else, everything will be fine."
Gran Torino. Cheesy plot and moral. And the acting was so horrible it ruined the realism he was going for.
I know a bunch of people who loved Napoleon Dynamite--I don't think I've hated another movie that much before or since.