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    Transformers movies.

    And I don't know why but I keep on watching new ones as they come out. But at the end of every movie I'm always like "meh".

    Also agree with @93JC on the godfather movies. I understand that they were well made and everything (you dont get top rank on imdb for no reason after all). But I never cared much about those movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Transformers movies.

    And I don't know why but I keep on watching new ones as they come out. But at the end of every movie I'm always like "meh".
    I loathe Transformers movies, and luckily I've met only people who feel the same.
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    Mean Girls and Doctor Who.

    I'll give doctor who some credit, though. I get why people like it. I just can't get into the cheesy sci-fi.
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    Dexter.

    The first season was entertaining, but I've lost all of my interest to continue.
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    lost in translation... tried to watch it 3 times and fell asleep within the first 15 min each time

    the godfather... too slow moving for my attention span... started researching the mafia on the internet and got lost

    star wars... too much drama and the prequels were horrendous, though I LOVE spaceballs

    gravity/into the wild/127 hours... I hate survival type movies with people who I consider to be idiots (into the wild ) and gravity seemed like a super lame take on bradbury's story kaleidoscope

    glee... I don't have anything to say except for it's hideous

    lost... kind of boring

    heroes... only first season worth watching

    the walking dead... I hate everybody

    and many, many more... I really don't like drama all that much
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    Black Swan - The idea was interesting and I think there was a lot of potential there, but IMHO it ended up as the cinematic equivalent of a Lady Gaga concert.

    Edit: I forgot The Notebook
    COMPLETELY agreed on the notebook. I'm not a huge romantic movie fan to begin with. But I was finally literally frozen into my barracks and the girls all put it on.. some of my dude soldiers were even saying I should watch it. I did. It sucked. I definitely did not get it.

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    Black swan was better as an anime imo.

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    Game of Thrones
    Aahh c'mon..
    It's probably not a good series unless you like medieval stuff to begin with.. but it's just very, very well written and the world building is so specific that you really can immerse yourself into it entirely, right down to what people in different regions eat, and traditions and such. Seeing it in action on TV is just like seeing the grand canyon in person vs in a picture. Looks the exact same as the picture, but it's far more awe-inspiring.





    LOST. The TV show. Nope, don't get it at all, the show was aptly named for me.
    Charmed. All my sisters + mom love that show.. I just do NOT get it. Terrible acting, cheesy story lines, no redeeming qualities, stupid excuses (as if you need any) for skimpy clothing, forced love stories... uugh. I think Halloweentown isn't as cheesy as Charmed.
    Sex in the City. ... and the city.. I'm drawing a blank at the moment. Whichever.
    Golden Girls. I know a LOT of people that super love this show, and while I guess it had a few funny moments, I just don't get it.


    I can't think of many movies right now... But I'm super picky about some types of movies. I watch movies for entertainment, if they get too dark or sad in off ways I just can't handle it.
    Like Requiem for a dream.. a good movie, admittedly, but I won't watch it again. Movies like that, American History X, Menace to Society or whatever, a Clockwork Orange... i just can't watch those sort of dark, frowny-faced films. I don't get the take-home from that.. I find it difficult to enjoy movies like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Like Requiem for a dream.. a good movie, admittedly, but I won't watch it again. Movies like that, American History X, Menace to Society or whatever, a Clockwork Orange... i just can't watch those sort of dark, frowny-faced films. I don't get the take-home from that.. I find it difficult to enjoy movies like that.
    Frowny-faced films are my forte Though I have to say I was not fascinated by Clockwork Orange.

    I feel the same about Sex and the City and Lost. I'd only watch them and I got paid to.
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    FROZEN
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    FROZEN
    YES!!!
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    Watched half of alfred hitcock's read window. Was too bored to finish it. Wow the main actor Is such a bore. But i do understand that he probably have an appeal - i am talking about his casual convo style - has its appeal at times.

    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Hysteria View Post
    Dexter.

    The first season was entertaining, but I've lost all of my interest to continue.
    Second season was probably the best. I love it. He plays a cat and mouse game where he plays both the cat and the mouse.
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