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    #51
    mmario wrote:
    Anything with Jason Statham
    This!

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    #52
    He's amazing in Spy

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    #53
    I thought about it but most of the movies I like are actually good. There are some Arnie ones like Commando which are a bit rough but they're not that bad.

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    #54
    I liked Sex and the City the TV show but the movies were a nightmare.

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    #55
    The Postman (1997)

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    #56
    I always liked them Toxic Avengers flicks. Especially the first 2. I also liked the Robocop remake.

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    #57
    Quasi ELVIS wrote:
    I liked Sex and the City the TV show
    Someone revoke this guy's man card lol

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    #58
    Ins0mn1ac wrote:
    Someone revoke this guy's man card lol
    There is to be no judgement in this thread...

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    #59
    KoVaC wrote:
    The Postman (1997)
    I love that movie.

    Aren't we supposed to be posting bad movies? I guess the thread title is confusing as **** though

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    #60
    Fired up

    "you gotta risk it got get the biscuit"

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    #61
    Edward Diego wrote:
    Also, The Phantom of the Opera. I can sing that bad boy from heart.
    Whatever you do, don't watch Phantom: Love Never Dies.

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    #62
    Dungeons and Dragons (2000): 3.7/10

    To be fair, I watched it directly after trying, and failing, to watch the Dune (1984) movie.

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    #63
    Greek wrote:
    To be fair, I watched it directly after trying, and failing, to watch the Dune (1984) movie.
    That is one of my all time favourite movies

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    #64
    Greek wrote:
    To be fair, I watched it directly after trying, and failing, to watch the Dune (1984) movie.
    I watched that the other day. The space/time bending sequence was 10/10 Lynch.

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    #65
    The Twilight Saga
    Beat that

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    #66
    KiwiTT wrote:
    That is one of my all time favourite movies
    I'm currently dipping my feet into the first book

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    #67
    I've watched Lynch's Dune a couple of times. It's a trip, but I don't think it's a great adaptation. Keen for Villeneuve's take. I just finished reading the original 6 books in preparation. Don't bother with anything after the third.

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    #68
    Elektra, watched this without knowing anything about the marvel universe and enjoyed it and in fact is the only superhero marvel or DC film i have finished watching.

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    #69
    Edward Diego wrote:
    Also, The Phantom of the Opera. I can sing that bad boy from heart.
    Same. "Some of you may recall the ghost of so many years ago with a little illumination. Gentleman!"

    Saw it at the West End and again when they toured to Auckland.

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    #70
    Quasi ELVIS wrote:
    Same. "Some of you may recall the ghost of so many years ago with a little illumination. Gentleman!"

    Saw it at the West End and again when they toured to Auckland.
    Las Vegas was the best IMO, look at the chandelier at the 90 sec mark!


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    #71
    Caffeine wrote:
    I watched that the other day. The space/time bending sequence was 10/10 Lynch.
    Same, I didn't really like it but the shield effect was amazing.

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    #72
    after seeing the ep9 trailer i thought i should actually bother to watch the last jedi. while i won't say it's a great movie, relative to the universal panning it got upon release i thought it was alright. it felt more "star warsy" than ep 7 at least.

    come at me.

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    #73
    Well that's weird seeing as Episode VII is pretty much just a remake of Episode IV

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    #74
    I like "enemy of the state".

    It's a good eye opener.

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    #75
    Some of these are just because they are nostalgic for me - but still watchable.

    Time Machine
    Conan the Barbarian
    Krull
    YellowBeard
    Star Wars: revenge of the sith
    He-man: Masters of the Universe
    Ender's Game
    Snowpiercer