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Mickey

The Amazing Spider-Man. What a horrible waste of everyone's time.

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CanisWolfred

A tie between The Odd Life of Timothy Green and End of Evangelion, the latter of which I saw 3 times in a row because it was so bizarre I thought I misinterpretted the entire thing. I did not.

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Zowolffo

Any Superman movie. He's the lamest superhero ever..

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Jaz007

Metal_Sonic wrote:

Any Superman movie. He's the lamest superhero ever..

You haven't seen the new one yet appearently.

Jaz007

Zowolffo

Jaz007 wrote:

Metal_Sonic wrote:

Any Superman movie. He's the lamest superhero ever..

You haven't seen the new one yet appearently.

The movie overall is decent, but just the fact that it has Superman drops the quality for me.. I can't really explain it, but Superman just bugs me..

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Tasuki

Jaz007 wrote:

Metal_Sonic wrote:

Any Superman movie. He's the lamest superhero ever..

You haven't seen the new one yet appearently.

Or the Richard Donner one. I will agree with the third and the fourth one but I don't know how anyone could not like the first one.

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Marks

What comes to mind is Breakfast of Champions.

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WingedSnagret

The Lizzie McGuire Movie. I was a little kid and couldn't see whatever adult movie the rest of my family was going to, so my older sister (who wasn't happy about seeing the Lizzie movie either), took me to that instead. Unsurprisingly the theater was filled with annoying preteen girls. Don't remember anything about the movie itself thankfully. In fact I think I slept through half of it...

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FriedSquid

CapnPancakes wrote:

But I liked the Amazing Spider-Man

Yeah, me too! I know a lot of people seem to rag on this movie and I don't really know why. I never cared to see the Toby McGuire movies when they came out, and I'm not really that into the Spider-Man comics, so I don't know if there was anything they messed up there or something. Even still, I thought it was pretty good. Maybe there were a few dumb moments but it wasn't a waste of time...

Bulbousaur

Just remembered, I have seen that horrible, piece of garbage Catwoman movie multiple times... For some ridiculous reason my mum likes it... Think I could only stand to see it all the way through once though.

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Birdman

Anaconda 2. When I was in Fiji last summer, I went upriver to a traditional Fijian village via longboat, and our guide mentioned that the film was shot along the river. I decided to watch it based solely on that fact. The only spot I could readily identify based on what I had seen was in a Extra Features segment.

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CowLaunch

Indiana Jones 4. My friend was convinced that it would be good.

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Link977

Question #424: Do you buy yearbooks? Or perhaps, did you buy your yearbook(s) when you had the chance to? Do you still have yours?

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Tasuki

Yeah I have my 7th and 8th grade one from 1991 and 92. I also have one from my Junior year of High school mainly cause I knew alot of the seniors and of course I have my Senior yearbook. They are all neatly on my bookshelf in my den.

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Kyloctopus

Our High School Yearbooks are provided with the $70 fee asked for in the beginning of the year. Yeah, I keep those. But in all fairness, I am at the end of Grade 10
I've never gotten a Junior High Yearbook (Mostly because I didn't go to "Junior High") however every 5 years my Elementary School would have a yearbook in hounour of whatever anniversary happened on that year (5th, 10th 15th etc). I didn't keep that one.

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