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i cant believe i made this list 2 years ago
I Love You, Beth Cooper (2009)
the most repulsive I've ever seen
earlier i said Catwoman is the worst movie ever, well i only saw internet reviews, and i take it back THIS is the worst movie I've ever SEEN.
i didn't see this movie in theaters, i forgot it pretty quickly, my parents rented it from the library for me, since we were fans of heroes, i like Hayden Panettiere, me and my brother watched it in my room, a half hour later, my parents asked me why i didn't finish, i just had no words i could say nothing, i am glad they took it back to the library and it's not seen at my library anymore what happened? why would Hayden Panettiere and director Chris Columbus of Home Alone, Harry Potter (and the movie Percy Jackson he directed one year later had something better to offer) agree to this i don't know is this is supposed to be a parody of teen films or what? but i don't care i cant put it into words, this is the ugliest repulsive worst movie I've ever seen.
i am of the few people who hated American Pie, for how unlikable the characters were, and not funny the gross out humor was, even American Pie had some believability, and one funny character.
the "nerdy" guy were supposed to identify with is a douche from the very beginning and is nonredeemable even by the end, the "hot boyfriend" and the "hot girl" are both psychos, the gay friend who quotes movies (i take offense to this character) is just unrealistically horrible, everyone is unrealistic i just cant put it into words, i barely got through half of this movie, i was just so repulsed at this disgusting horrible image at what someone thinks teen comedies are supposed to be like.
this is my transformers 2 retched and insulting to comic book film fans everywhere
a woman wanting to stop a beauty cream company from releasing a cosmetic that causes skin condition... how riveting
a comic book film,I'm a nerd yet I've never read a comic book in my life. but ever since i saw spider-man i have been hooked on their movie adaptations put those 2 together and you get the s**t filled litter-box: Catwoman(2004)
this is insulting, it's like they made one of those lame Katherine Hiegl style romantic comedies and just worked Catwoman in there somehow
Batman Begins came out a year later, and if i didn't know better this movie was made because the execs at Warner Bros feared that Batman Begins wouldn't make as much money since their last batman film was batman and robin. in order to make extra money they produced the worst idea for a comic book film and released it prior to Batman Begins to prove they could make a film worse than Batman and Robin.
there are people out there who are saying: "dont be so critical, i enjoyed it, cant you just have fun" how can i have fun with a movie that insults my favorite kind of movies by not even trying to be good
if IMDb had a 0 rating I'd give it: 0/10 I'd burn every copy if i had the power, i can say that with no fear Halle Berry accepted her Razzie award in person (it's on YouTube, i encourage you to check it out she was hilarious) in her own words said: "First of all, I want to thank Warner Brothers. Thank you for putting me in a piece of s**t, god-awful movie... It was just what my career needed."
a lot of people were personally hurt by transformers 2, for me yeah it had some lame moments but i didn't especially hate it. Catwoman is my transformers 2, this movie personally hurt me with how bad it was, i am a huge fan of comic book movie adaptations, and this was just frustrating
why do i love this film when it was released when i was in High School?
There are Disney films you watch as a kid, that you watch it again as an adult several years later, it holds up and sometimes even better. I stopped pretending I "outgrew" Disney. I re-watched Disney films last year, starting with Hunchback of Notre Dame, which is awesome.
Tangled is a little different. I was a 17 year old well into High School, so of course I wasn't going to rush to see this film. I pretty much avoided it, but two years and several positive reviews later, I could no longer avoid it. I watched it and...
I LOVED IT! It doesn't matter if it came out when you were in high school, I'm 19 and in college. I saw it last night, and I loved it. I can't explain the film, don't read people's opinions, go watch it, with no word on what everyone else thought. Just watch it and see what you think for yourself, right now! I don't know why I love it but I did. Enough said.
I heard it has some problems, but I ignored those flaws. My two all time favorite films; "Lord of the Rings" and the "Dark Knight" have flaws and plot holes, do I think less of them for that? Of course not! I kept an open mind for Tangled and got sucked in to this film and loved every minute of what I saw.
I will definitely watch it again. If you think you "outgrew" Disney, watch this, and you'll change your mind. Trust me.