Post # 107
The most recent I have seen would be Identity Theift – we were just waiting for it to end! Rapture Palooza was also recent.. All I could think of afterwards was, there goes 2 hours of my life that I will never get back….
Post # 108
@KateByDesign: Thank you! That’s my boyfriend and I’s go to Christmas movie! 🙂
Post # 109
Amityville (the original was back to back with the remake). Fiance and I laughed our way through Amityville the original, but when we saw the remake, we couldn’t believe how bad it was and stopped watching after like 20 minutes.
Post # 110
@nerdybird: The whole women in the bar thing was a pardoy on how Non-American men view American women and the “American Dream” of coming to America and meeting a supermodel. It also exaggerated on how American women drool over men with accents. Which, let’s be real, isn’t a far stretch.
It was all in humor and not to be taken as a “that would never happen” moment.
Post # 111
I stumbled upon a backwoods horror story called Jug Face…basically its a small community of stereotypical hillbillies that worship a pit….its an hour and half of bad accents, predictible plot points, a hole in the ground with some spaghetti sauce in the bottom and our teenaged heroine determined to survive….I finished it hoping her character gets killed at the end and gladly, I was not disappointed.
Post # 112
@RockyTop15: Haha. SO and I have renamed that one “The Five Year Movie.”
Hmm..worst movie I have seen lately. Actually, worst movie I have seen ever. 12/12/12. It was a low-budget horror film, not the documentary with the same name.
Post # 113
Pacific Rim. The only small, miniscule saving grace to that movie is Charlie Day. Other than that, the acting and story line are stupid. I ended up falling asleep half way through.
Post # 114
Okay, I love 80’s movies, but I just got bored watching The Breakfast Club! The last 5 minutes of that movie totally redeemed the rest of the film.
Also, I was pretty disappointed with Man of Steel. I love all the comic book movies, like Dark Knight, Avengers, etc, so I thought I would like that one. But, not so much.
Post # 115
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent\'s backyard
@KateByDesign: I love a cheesy chick flick, and I am willing to suspend disbelief if a move at least has enough funny parts. but all of Love Actually was like a parody of itself. I just didn’t think it had enough reedeming qualities to make up for the crap.
but *shrug* to each their own. I mean, I really like Romy & Michelle’s High School Reunion even though lots of people would definitely not agree with me there!