Yes, 300 definitely made me vomit. It was nothing but CGI and none too subtle conservative propaganda.
That movie wasn't meant to be propaganda (in a political sense, anyway)... it was just slow motion ass kicking, made to appeal to the Y chromosome. Wasnt exactly a plot driven film, it was more like "You go Leonidas! Beat that creepy drag queen Xerxes! Throw that spear right into his ugly mascara wearing face!"
I liked it.
Shit was so cash.
Listen to me, baby, you got to understand, you're old enough to learn the makings of a man.
I think Faces of Death, literally made me throw up when I was a little kid. Thanks big bro, for introducing me to that lolz.
Eddie Murphy's early movies were cool (48 hours/Trading Places/BHC 1/Raw) and then he totally went downhill. All of the latter ones (that I saw which is not many because I just stopped watching him...expired comedian shelf life syndrome) made me upchuck in my mouth. Especially Vampire in Brooklyn.
The Nutty Professor was an exception of limited note, except that it is the only Jerry Lewis movie which I could sit through too.
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Spamtar - a strange combination of boorish drunkeness and erudite discussions, or what I call "an Irish academic"
- The Twilight series
- Marley & Me
- Sex in the City
- Seven Pounds
- Anything by Michael Moore
- Dan Brown's Da Vinci series
- Hostel - most any movie in the gore-porn genre
- Shrek the Third
- No Country For Old Men
- Anything starring Jimmy Fallon
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- The Matrix Reloaded / Revolutions
- I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
- I Am Legend
- Tropic Thunder
- High School Musical
- He's Just Not That into You
- Hannah Montana: The Movie