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Old 09-30-2017, 03:01 AM   #1
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Question Top 10 Popular Films You Don't Love

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Mine are

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Donnie Darko
Fight Club
Wall*E
Guardians of the Galaxy
The French Connection
The Incredibles
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Pretty much my list also!


I dont like much anything after 2000,its mostly all garbage!!!
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Default movies i never liked

movies never liked are
the matrix movies
ocean 13 movies
the breakfast club
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How could anyone not like THE BREAKFAST CLUB?

Its a beautiful movie and its how ppl should be these days!!!


The first Matrix movie is excellent and hits it spot on......


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I remember not liking it as an kid but now i might like it!!
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The "Star Wars" movies that were made after the 1980s.
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Indeed...... Pieces of utter trash!!!
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Since I've been on a horror movie binge this month, I'll post a Top 10 of popular/well regarded horror movies I don't like:

Saw (Just didn't work for me, one of those I just can't explain why I didn't like it other than it failed to entertain me.)

Paranormal Activity (I'm a huge found footage fan, but just found this one tedious, never bothered with the sequels)

Don't Look Now (Love Donald Sutherland, love 70's horror, love these type of slow build horror films, but this one, by the time it got to the famous ending I was just glad it was finally over.)

Evil Dead (2013) (I'm not anti-remakes, some remakes I love, but found the characters in this to be annoying, and having a character in the group who just happened to be an expert in the occult was idiotic, I'm all for coincidences, but c'mon.)

VHS 2 (This seems to get more praise than the original, I found only one segment to be good, as a whole it was a huge letdown)

YellowBrickRoad (Great premise, great build up, completely and totally ruined by a ridiculous tacked on ending.)

Jenniferís Body (The body was the best part, it definitely wasn't her acting, Megan Fox I found to just be cringe-worthy whenever she tried "to act")

The Ring (2002) (Inferior in every way to the 1998 Japanese version, one example: The scene when she comes out of the TV, in the Japanese version it's one of the creepiest scenes I've ever seen, in the American version, one of the hokiest, revealing her face maybe would have worked if she didn't look like Freddy Krueger's daughter.)

Messiah Of Evil (Probably the lesser known of my list, but this has a huge cult following among the horror crowd. Love 70's horror, love zombie movies, there are two scenes that are very well done, but the rest of the film I find to be dull, I enjoy dialogue heavy films, but when you don't care what anyone is talking about it just drags.)

The Lost Boys (One of the popular 1980's horror films that I just do not like. There's a lot about it I don't like, but the one scene that sums up the whole movie for me: Guys head banging to a saxophone solo.)
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Harry Potter is a highly overrated movie franchise.
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