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    Default Movies You Regret Watching

    What movies out there will make it on your dumbest movie i regret watching list ?

    Not to mention the Ghanaian flix with titles i gladly don't care to recall,the recent movie i regret watching will be The Dictator with Sasha Baron Cohen.
    Though I found some scenes hilarious, I regret wasting an hour of my time watching this idiotic brew of absolute nonsense.

    Yes it's a political satire of some sort but still an IDIOTIC NONSENSE.
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    Default the new Bourne movie

    I heart all the Matt Damon Jason Bourne series but with the new installment dubbed THERE WAS NOT JUST ONE I feel like shooting the writer director of it for fuckingUp the series for me. ....It felt like watching an African movie where the same ole story line is transplanted to the part 2 and 3

    Don't waste ur $£

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fashion Yaa View Post
    I heart all the Matt Damon Jason Bourne series but with the new installment dubbed THERE WAS NOT JUST ONE I feel like shooting the writer director of it for fuckingUp the series for me. ....It felt like watching an African movie where the same ole story line is transplanted to the part 2 and 3

    Don't waste ur $£
    Thanks for the heads up... I had it on my must see list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    Thanks for the heads up... I had it on my must see list.
    This is what I don't get about people agreeing with others opinions when it comes to rating movies when they themselves haven't seen the movie. Kinda like blind faith. loool

    Pope, what makes u think u and Yaa have the same taste in movies? I found the first Bourne ok, I can't remember much about the 2nd, but the 3rd? Bourne Ultimatum! Damn! Well, if you love James Bond/spy movies with some serious hardcore fighting scenes, you will enjoy the 3rd big time, big time! The 3rd installment blew me away, especially that fight scene with the Moroccan guy in Morocco and the cell phone call directions to dodge all those CCTV cameras in London Charing's Cross Station, whaaaaatt??!! Pope, just poke your head in it and see if you would like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    What movies out there will make it on your dumbest movie i regret watching list ?

    Not to mention the Ghanaian flix with titles i gladly don't care to recall,the recent movie i regret watching will be The Dictator with Sasha Baron Cohen.
    Though I found some scenes hilarious, I regret wasting an hour of my time watching this idiotic brew of absolute nonsense.

    Yes it's a political satire of some sort but still an IDIOTIC NONSENSE.
    U hafta understand Sasha and be a fan before you like his movies. Borat was hilarious but a turn off for some people paa. As for Bruno, you would probably run away from the movie house if you can't stomach it. I've been a fan since his Ali G series in the late 90s, but the guy never ceases to shock me paa, heeeer!! He is crazy!! lmao
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    all Matt Damon 1~3 are classic, in fact I think part two is the best cuz Julia Styles shows range from her teen years and we finally understand more about Treadstone.....as far as world appeal part 3 with the Moroccan guy certainly beats even Part 1 cuz the fighting is more advanced imo.....the new Bourne film stars Jeremy Renner, its good to see the story continue but it makes me want to delve in to the books rather than the movie series especially if its gonna be about recycling old ideas, Im not sure it has reached SA but I went with an open mind even after radio djs said its wack, in this case the only positive was Jeremy Renner in otherwisw mediocore script which Im willing to bet is not in the book series
    Quote Originally Posted by Q' lypse View Post
    This is what I don't get about people agreeing with others opinions when it comes to rating movies when they themselves haven't seen the movie. Kinda like blind faith. loool

    Pope, what makes u think u and Yaa have the same taste in movies? I found the first Bourne ok, I can't remember much about the 2nd, but the 3rd? Bourne Ultimatum! Damn! Well, if you love James Bond/spy movies with some serious hardcore fighting scenes, you will enjoy the 3rd big time, big time! The 3rd installment blew me away, especially that fight scene with the Moroccan guy in Morocco and the cell phone call directions to dodge all those CCTV cameras in London Charing's Cross Station, whaaaaatt??!! Pope, just poke your head in it and see if you would like it.

    Check it and see. Eny3 religion wai. hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q' lypse View Post
    This is what I don't get about people agreeing with others opinions when it comes to rating movies when they themselves haven't seen the movie. Kinda like blind faith. loool

    Pope, what makes u think u and Yaa have the same taste in movies? I found the first Bourne ok, I can't remember much about the 2nd, but the 3rd? Bourne Ultimatum! Damn! Well, if you love James Bond/spy movies with some serious hardcore fighting scenes, you will enjoy the 3rd big time, big time! The 3rd installment blew me away, especially that fight scene with the Moroccan guy in Morocco and the cell phone call directions to dodge all those CCTV cameras in London Charing's Cross Station, whaaaaatt??!! Pope, just poke your head in it and see if you would like it.

    Check it and see. Eny3 religion wai. hahaha

    Q, I trust Fashionista's judgment plus the reviews about the movies itself aren't that great.I have seen all installments of the Bourne trilogy and I anticipated seeing the latest one but honestly,even the trailer disappoints.(IMO)Perhaps the absence of Matt Damon killed it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q' lypse View Post
    U hafta understand Sasha and be a fan before you like his movies. Borat was hilarious but a turn off for some people paa. As for Bruno, you would probably run away from the movie house if you can't stomach it. I've been a fan since his Ali G series in the late 90s, but the guy never ceases to shock me paa, heeeer!! He is crazy!! lmao
    The Ali G show is way better than all the crap he's put out. I haven't been able to sit through the entire movies he's done. A waste of time IMO.Glorified idiocy.But this spectacle is funny though-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    The Ali G show is way better than all the crap he's put out. I haven't been able to sit through the entire movies he's done. A waste of time IMO.Glorified idiocy.But this spectacle is funny though-
    hahahahhahahahahaaaa...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    Q, I trust Fashionista's judgment plus the reviews about the movies itself aren't that great.
    lol, not taking shots at Yaa here. Even them reviews from these 'people' (so called movie experts/critics) don't mean they hold the 'authority' for what is nice or not, aaahhh!!! Who are they? Tweeaa

    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    I have seen all installments of the Bourne trilogy and I anticipated seeing the latest one but honestly,even the trailer disappoints.(IMO)Perhaps the absence of Matt Damon killed it for me.
    loooool
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fashion Yaa View Post
    all Matt Damon 1~3 are classic, in fact I think part two is the best cuz Julia Styles shows range from her teen years and we finally understand more about Treadstone.....as far as world appeal part 3 with the Moroccan guy certainly beats even Part 1 cuz the fighting is more advanced imo.....the new Bourne film stars Jeremy Renner, its good to see the story continue but it makes me want to delve in to the books rather than the movie series especially if its gonna be about recycling old ideas, Im not sure it has reached SA but I went with an open mind even after radio djs said its wack, in this case the only positive was Jeremy Renner in otherwisw mediocore script which Im willing to bet is not in the book series
    ah well. Its not here yet but all die be die, we will see. lol
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    Open Water must be the worst film of all time. Went to the cinema with this hot babe to catch a movie. We weren't sure on what to watch so the lady at the box office recommended Open Water and chimed on how good it had been reviewed. To my utter amazement the movie was so crap we took naps through the whole movie.. It was a huge embarrassment for me because i do snored. I think she shoved me once or twice .. Terrible movie and experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Open Water must be the worst film of all time. Went to the cinema with this hot babe to catch a movie. We weren't sure on what to watch so the lady at the box office recommended Open Water and chimed on how good it had been reviewed. To my utter amazement the movie was so crap we took naps through the whole movie.. It was a huge embarrassment for me because i do snored. I think she shoved me once or twice .. Terrible movie and experience.
    kai, hahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Open Water must be the worst film of all time. Went to the cinema with this hot babe to catch a movie. We weren't sure on what to watch so the lady at the box office recommended Open Water and chimed on how good it had been reviewed. To my utter amazement the movie was so crap we took naps through the whole movie.. It was a huge embarrassment for me because i do snored. I think she shoved me once or twice .. Terrible movie and experience.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Open Water must be the worst film of all time. Went to the cinema with this hot babe to catch a movie. We weren't sure on what to watch so the lady at the box office recommended Open Water and chimed on how good it had been reviewed. To my utter amazement the movie was so crap we took naps through the whole movie.. It was a huge embarrassment for me because i do snored. I think she shoved me once or twice .. Terrible movie and experience.
    Hahahahaaaa...did she follow you home afterwards for a hot cup?
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    I am a huge fan of MacGyver so when the news of the episodes being made into a movie came out,i was more than happy to watch it. What a waste of time and an insult to the series it turned out to be.The cast should be flogged and the producer banished from ever producing ever again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaMeister View Post
    I am a huge fan of MacGyver so when the news of the episodes being made into a movie came out,i was more than happy to watch it. What a waste of time and an insult to the series it turned out to be.The cast should be flogged and the producer banished from ever producing ever again.
    didnt know they made a movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q' lypse View Post
    didnt know they made a movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    The Saturday Night Live crew should be banned from making movies.
    hahahahahahhahahahahaa
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    Iron Sky is another waste of time. I couldn't help sucking my teeth so loudly that the entire row I was seated at started laughing.

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