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Sissyl wrote:
Hmmm... It is hard to match the sheer stupid of the later Highlander movies. There really should have been only one.

There was only one Highlander movie. It's a shame there were never any sequels or TV spinoffs. NEVER.


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A CR20 Seagull wrote:
Tangled. By far the worst P.O.S I've ever seen in my entire life. I've seen the original D&D movie, All the Scary Movie clones, and none of them come close to that level of suck. There was a guy that owned a Comic store in my town that would chase out people that loitered during MtG games with that movie. It made hardcore MtG plays drop their cards and flee.

And yet I thought Tangled (the animated one) was a great movie.


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Maybe they'll decide to forget about 5th edition, and just reprint original D&D. Unlikely, but stranger things have happened.


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Bender: Sure, I'm charitable. Remember I gave blood one year?

Fry: Whose blood?

Bender: I don't know. Some guy's.


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houstonderek wrote:
Tensor wrote:


Any Steven Seagal movie.

My girlfriend concurs whole heartedly!

Now another one of mine: Event Horizon. Eh. Overwrought, gory just to be gory, pretentious garbage.

I really liked Event Horizon.


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Vattnisse wrote:
M. Balmer wrote:

Pearl Harbor

Gaaaaah! Worst movie ever!!! And I had almost erased it from my memory... Darn you! Darn you to heck!!

I try to leave, but they keep pulling me back in. Seriously, Pearl Harbor wasn't a good movie, but it was far from the worst I've seen.

You're saying that Pearl Harbor was a worse movie than Highlander 2?


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Matthew Morris wrote:

The Cube.

90 minutes of mind numbing stupidity, with the plot of 'some secret conspiracy built this entire fortress thing as some kind of experiment. Maybe. Becasue we're not telling you.

I loved The Cube. It reminded me of some of the early D&D deathtrap dungeons.

The most stupid movie I ever saw was The Sweetest Thing. A reviewer said it made a concussion look good. After viewing it, I have to say that was being generous.