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Going the Distance (2010)
Much MUCH worse than a bad movie. New definition of bad is required!
This movie is so awful it defies words. After the first 20 minutes I felt like flying to America and chocking everyone to death with my bear hands. And then choke every single moron that has written a good review for this movie on IMDb or anywhere else. And then reserve some especially painful death for the megamoron who actually wrote the script - it is that bad.
Its so bad it even makes 'Perfect Hideout', which is hands down the worst movie ever made, look and feel like a masterpiece.
As I said, I only watched for 20 minutes, had I stayed for little bit longer I would by know have irreversible Tourettes, hence all the swearing.
The jokes, I mean 'the jokes', compare to my nephew's who doubles laughing about saying poo. I am not exaggerating, they are literally of that calibre. I cannot blame the actors for that, even though they were sh*t too, but the writer. How could he think that that script was funny is beyond me. He definitely need some sort of very expensive therapy or some very strong pills, never mind if the side effects are absolute blindness, it is still worth it.
Acting at best mediocre, but for real, not worthy of a school play. You don't feel like laughing but more like strangling everybody who speaks. The world that they portray may well be in Mars or perhaps a different galaxy for no one on god's green earth, apart from some retarded 2 year old speaking monkeys, lives this way. Or at least so I hope. Awful awful movie. I feel better now that I have ranted for a while.
Gran Torino (2008)
I think some, if not many will agree with me
Its either me out of touch here or everybody else who wrote those high praising comments and all...I felt, all the way through, that this movie was over rehearsed, over done in every single aspect you can think off. Almost every single character in this movie was pushed to the extremes of stereotypes that it just didn't feel right. Walt was over angry, over lonely, over stubborn and you can probably put "over" in front of any describing adjective of that character. The opposite of Walt, the Chinese guy, was over "the mentioned adjectives" in exactly the opposite direction, and this is the theme that runs through the entire movie and all characters involved. Very disappointed with this movie...I am sure many other Clint Eastwood fans will be too