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jbrodack

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To me something I regret watching and something I didn't like are two very different though sometime overlapping things. I mean even a boring sequel of a movie that really ties in with the series I wouldn't regret watching. Like say episode 1 of star wars- most agree the next 2 episodes were better and since they were part of a trilogy wouldn't it have enhanced your appreciation of the next 2 movies? Also, if you saw epic movie or any of those movies and regret watching it why would you then watch another movie by the same creators?

@magi I'm curious as to why the first pirates was so much better. I watched pirates 2 and thought it was entertaining. First saw that the r rated version was listed on netflix then when I saw it was just a cut porn saw the real one.

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62. Posted:

Magi wrote:

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@Magi: You just mentioned two of my favourite movie endings in The Mist and Seven. I like it when films shock, instead of wrapping things up nicely.

"Shocking" is fine...but making me never want to let my wife/kids out of my sight ever again is an entirely different matter. :)

lol true, but you have to admit that it was an extremely clever ending. It's not the type of ending you would expect from Hollywood. It had this heavy religious undertone which I loved and made it feel all the more real. Everytime I try to imagine what is going through that guy's mind, I shudder. It is an awesomely horrific ending, the kind that doesn't need extreme gore.

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Eragon. I liked the novel so I decided to check out the movie. But boy, was this a bad adaption. It had very little to do with the book.

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Magi

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jbrodack wrote:

@magi I'm curious as to why the first pirates was so much better. I watched pirates 2 and thought it was entertaining. First saw that the r rated version was listed on netflix then when I saw it was just a cut porn saw the real one.

Problems with the second include: The "au natural" chick in the beginning (if you catch my drift. I've gotta be a little vague for obvious reasons). The bald-headed sweaty guy. I can't stand Bella Donna. I'm just not into the choking thing I guess and I think that part alone makes it very not couples-friendly. And most importantly...NO JANINE?!?! HELLO!! lol

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Ramandus wrote:

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pretty much any film with jim carey in it, with exception to "The number 23", which was good, tbh i just jim is overrated.

Another exception would be Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

What about "Yes Man"? I love that movie. Jim Carrey has been in a bunch of movies over several different genres. To say you hate them all makes you seem like you've only seen 3 of his films.

I'm a big Jim Carrey fan and I thought Yes Man was terrible.

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The Mist: Again, it's the ending that does it for me. I haven't personally seen this one, but the ending guarantees that I will NEVER watch it.

I see what you mean. I think the Mist was a fantastic movie, but i really cant get myself to watch it again because of the ending and the religous mad woman.

Anyway, I cant think about any movie i regrett watching, i dont really see why i would regret watching a movie in the first place.
I mean, if it was bad, so what, its just some time thats gone.

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jbrodack

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Yeah the mist was surprisingly good and the end was powerful and sad. Early in the movie it seemed like it could be cheesy but actually got better and better as it went on.

Thanks magi never saw the first Pirates so was curious how it compared. The other reason I saw Pirates 2 was sasha grey so rough stuff obviously wouldn't bother me. I think we've done a good job having a little discussion on a porn without offending anyone or breaking rules.

@A-SWE I mostly agree with you about regret not usually being something associated with movie watching. I mean even bad movies you can have fun making fun of or appreciate the fact that you can totally trash the movie with friends and talk about how poorly it was done. Or like transformers 2 at least megan fox looked good in it. There's only a couple of movies I probably would have been better off not watching.

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68. Posted:

Meet The Spartans - total crap
Doogal - worst animated movie ever
Sharkboy & Lavagirl - Terrible 3D, tacky story, tacky screenplay. Epic Fail
Spider-Man 3 - God, this movie was bad. It was pretty decent throught, but the cheesy ending totally killed it.

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69. Posted:

Charlie+The+Unicorn wrote:

Doogal - worst animated movie ever

The original, non-americanized version of Doogal (The Magic Roundabout) is much better.

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WaLuigi1982

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Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.

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