The new Lone Ranger was god awful i turned it off after the first 15 minutes so im with you on that one Papio
How on earth can you judge a film by the first 15 minutes? You have to actually give a film a chance. I dont think you can say a film you have only watched 15 minutes of is god awful because basically, you havent watched the film at all.
I didnt find it amazing but it wasnt that terrible either. Very hollywood though.
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Gran Torino...Eastwood grunts the entire way through it and occasionally says f***.
All eight of us left the cinema :)
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Most recently, Gravity. Thank goodness I didn't spend my hard earned money on it & borrowed the DVD from a friend! Had to turn it off after half an hour... just awful. Do not understand why it's got so many awards.
The past can hurt. But you can either run from it, or learn from it.
There are plenty of movies I have despised but I still managed to get through them but Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull literally made me fall asleep. I was about halfway through it bored out of my mind and just fell asleep.
Also Cars 2 is a movie I thought was so bad that I just stopped watching it after the first 30 minutes (I would have turned it off earlier but I was trying to force myself to sit through it.)
“I like the stars. It's the illusion of permanence, I think. I mean, they're always flaring up and caving in and going out. But from here, I can pretend...I can pretend that things last. I can pretend that lives last longer than moments. Gods come, and gods go. Mortals flicker and flash and fade. Worlds don't last; and stars and galaxies are transient, fleeting things that twinkle like fireflies and vanish into cold and dust. But I can pretend...”
― Neil Gaiman
Not any movies i can think of, but there is one episode of star trek tng that i couldnt finish because it was triggering. It was where riker was in some sort of mental hospital bc of some alien screwery. I just couldnt.
Casino, basically the cast of goodfellas (another film that bored the living crap out of me) and they all play basically the same characters especially joe pesci "HEY WHAT THE **** YA ****IN **** **** YOU" BANG
The eagle, some crap film about the ninth legion, centurion was so much better and had a smaller budget for the same setting.
Jackie brown, utter crap, kill bill vol2, the first one had it's moments but the second was boring, wow I really don't like a lot of Quentin tarantino films which is a shame cos pulp fiction and reservoir dogs were awesome.
I've noticed a lot of people saying Trainspotting... why is that? Is is because it is triggering? Or is it because people just genuinely don't like it? I thought it was amazing myself, but then again, I've never dealt with that sort of situation.
I just found it was one of those films that wants to be weird for sake of being weird, shocking etc. As soon as the dude dove into the toilet bowl I knew I was in trouble lol