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mookysam

1,101. Posted:

1. Cheese and onion
2. Chilli doritos
3. Cheese quavers
4. Salt and vinegar (especially kettle chips)
5. Paprika pringles

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1,102. Posted:

5. Barbecue
4. Ranch
3. Sour Cream and Onion
2. Black Pepper and Sea Salt
1. Sour Cream and Cheddar

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RR529

1,103. Posted:

Sorry I haven't updated in awhile. I just got caught up with Netflix, Yoshi's Island, YouTube, etc. Anyhow, here's "Film Friday"!

#112, Top 5 Bad Good Films

I know the title of this one is a little confusing, so I'll word it better here: What are 5 critically acclaimed (or just generally well liked) films that you either can't get into, or even dislike?

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1,104. Posted:

The Lower Depths (The only Kurosawa film I've never been able to get into.)
Léon: The Professional
Dances with Wolves
The Departed (I don't dislike it or anything, but I greatly prefer Infernal Affairs.)
2001: A Space Odyssey (I almost feel bad for not liking this one, because I respect its obvious craftsmanship and the influence it has had on creators & films that I do like, but it just puts me to sleep every time.)

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1,105. Posted:

Outside of Godfather and 2001, I'm pretty agreeable when it comes to movies.

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RR529

1,106. Posted:

Here's mine:

5. It's a Wonderful Life
4. the Hurt Locker
3. Lincoln
2. the Exorcist (or most well regarded horror films in general)
1. Pretty much any John Wayne western

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1,107. Posted:

RR529 wrote:

1. Pretty much any John Wayne western

Oh, definitely this for me too.

I was sour on Westerns for years, until I finally saw some that didn't have John Wayne in them and realized that I like the genre plenty.

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1,108. Posted:

5. Avatar (I don't know but I guess I just expected better from Jame Cameron)
4. The Twilight Series (Do I have to explain?)
3. Slum Dog Millionaire (And this won an Oscar why???)
2. The Fast & The Furious Series (I just don't get the hype of the movies)
1. The Matrix Series (I actually never seen the other two but after not liking the first one why would I want to see the other two)

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RR529

1,109. Posted:

^Thanks for reminding me about Avatar. Definitely overrated, IMO.

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1,110. Posted:

Note that I do not hate most of the movies listed here, but were more of disappointments even if I do like certain elements in each flick.

5. Young Frankenstein (This had Gene Wilder in it so I had my hopes up real high. I was young when I watched it anyway, I should give this another watch just to understand the comedy)
4. Alien (Maybe I should have watched this before its sequel, Yes the atmosphere of dread is there but it felt like a product of its time)
3. Inglorious Basterds (I expected more of Kill Bill than Pulp fiction when I first saw it. Not that it's bad or anything, but I don't see it as an Oscar nominee either)
2. Brave (Not really a bad film, but for pixar standards this is just too safe and is by no means an Oscar winner)
1. Where the Wild Things Are (Really left a bad taste in my mouth. Like another film, I may have to watch again to see if my feelings for it can change)

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Tasuki

1,111. Posted:

^Ugh Brave was such a disappointment for me as well. To me it seemed that they took the script of Brother Bear changed the setting and characters and that was it.

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1,112. Posted:

RevolverLink wrote:

RR529 wrote:

1. Pretty much any John Wayne western

Oh, definitely this for me too.

I was sour on Westerns for years, until I finally saw some that didn't have John Wayne in them and realized that I like the genre plenty.

Yeah, I'm not a big fan of westerns in general, but that's more because every time one is on (ESPECIALLY if it's a John Wayne film) my dad will put everything down & watch it. I'm just so burnt-out at this point.

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CanisWolfred

1,113. Posted:

Oh man, Young Frankenstein is genius! I want to watch it again now. Also, I never really could finish Alien. It was one of the few horror movies I still find genuinely terrifying, even on rewatches.

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Karakato

1,114. Posted:

You know what? I take back the comment about Alien being a product of it's time. I just remembered why it was highly regarded. The cinematography in this still remains to be a masterpiece, almost every shot had a lot of care put into them. And the Special effects(especially the Alien) show that CGI can't hold a candle to real life props done right. But I still think this was a bit of a letdown after watching Aliens, especially after hearing all the praise.

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5. Ponyo
4. Brave
3. Silver Linings Playbook (or really most films that make it into the Oscar's Best Film category).
2. Batman Begins
1. Moulin Rogue

I used to not be able to get into Hayao Miyazaki films when I was young and they showed them on Cartoon Network but re-watching them again years down the road now I love every one I've seen except Ponyo. Maybe it's because I watched it in the midst of re-visiting his classics so I just expected more but it didn't touch me or leave an impression at all.Moulin Rogue seems like a film I should like (i.e. I love Chicago) but I can never get into it and it's too... wonky even for my tastes. Batman Begins can never hold my interest, I always zone out or find something else to do while it's on. I prefer the TDK sequels so much more. And yes, I also found Brave very weak for Pixar's standard.... not as weak as the Cars' series but those films aren't favorably regarded anyway (I didn't mention Transformers for the same reason).

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1,116. Posted:

Welcome to "Boss Saturday"!

#113, Top 5 GBA Bosses

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Karakato

1,117. Posted:

Excluding remakes and ports:

Bass EXE

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Vaati

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1,118. Posted:

Here's mine: (not from remakes/ports, and only one per game)

5. Formotiis (Fire Emblem: the Sacred Stones)
4. Master Hand & Crazy Hand (Kirby & the Amazing Mirror)
3. Marluxia (Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
2. Vaati (Zelda: Minish Cap)
1. SA-X (Metroid: Fusion)

Yeah, I know I'm a few days late to my own question, lol.

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1,119. Posted:

Welcome to "Film Friday"! Yeah, I know I've been slacking...

#114, Top 5 Foreign Films

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Jollykarp

1,120. Posted:

aah, idk if I can fill out a whole list without going to films I watched but didn't enjoy

-Jean de Florette
-From Up on Poppy Hill
-Life is Beautiful

... that's it. I'm uncultured, lol

EDIT: Forgot about 5cm Per Second. That's easily #1.

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