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Riggs27 wrote:
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I'll start tomorrow, it's late over here.

Here's place 50 to keep you interested:

50. The Matrix (1999)

Discuss.


LOL One movie per day?


If that's the case I'll let the next person go... :wink:

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lol That would be nice, thanks in advance. :razz:


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Yep. :wink:

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Riggs27 wrote:
Good List, Algren!


Thanks mate. :)

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GuybrushX McMurphy wrote:
I'll start tomorrow, it's late over here.

Here's place 50 to keep you interested:

50. The Matrix (1999)

Discuss.

It wouldn't be on a "worst" list, but I definately think its really not as great as everybody else claims. /shrug.


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To each his own I suppose. The world would be boring if we all liked the same thing.

But That Matrix is still one of the best films every made. Period. :wink:

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Bad Acting. Uneven story. Plot holes. That's what I think of when I think of The Matrix.


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Don't be afraid, it'll be faster this time.
Here's the first bunch.

50. The Matrix (1999)
49. Titanic (1997)
48. The Sixth Sense (1999)
47. Spiderman (2001)
46. Pirates of the Caribbean (2003)
45. Armageddon (1998)
44. Signs (2002)
43. X-Men (2000)
42. X2 (2003)
41. Unbreakable (2001)

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ooh!, you are even worse than Algren :razz:


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GuybrushX McMurphy wrote:
Don't be afraid, it'll be faster this time.
Here's the first bunch.

44. Signs (2002)


WOW I agree with one

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well i just agree with Unbreakable


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are you picking those movies solely because you know it will piss people off?

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GuybrushX McMurphy wrote:
49. Titanic (1997)
47. Spiderman (2001)


I am rather glad Spiderman is on the list, and Titanic. But the rest, i feel you are baiting. Although, your list of Top 100 was totally surreal, so maybe not....

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addr0ck wrote:
Bad Acting.


The Matrix movies didn't need good acting. Which is probably why they chose Keanu Reeves.

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ooh!, you are even worse than Algren :razz:


What do you expect, he's German. :razz:

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GuybrushX McMurphy wrote:
Don't be afraid, it'll be faster this time.
Here's the first bunch.

48. The Sixth Sense (1999)
45. Armageddon (1998)
44. Signs (2002)
43. X-Men (2000)
42. X2 (2003)


Not worst, but quite...mediocre.

Armageddon was bad, really bad.


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Schlomo wrote:
are you picking those movies solely because you know it will piss people off?

opinion: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin opinion-, opinio, from opinari
1 a : a view, judgment, or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter b : APPROVAL, ESTEEM
2 a : belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge b : a generally held view
3 a : a formal expression of judgment or advice by an expert b : the formal expression (as by a judge, court, or referee) of the legal reasons and principles upon which a legal decision is based
- opin·ioned /-y&nd/ adjective
synonyms OPINION, VIEW, BELIEF, CONVICTION, PERSUASION, SENTIMENT mean a judgment one holds as true. OPINION implies a conclusion thought out yet open to dispute <each expert seemed to have a different opinion>. VIEW suggests a subjective opinion <very assertive in stating his views>. BELIEF implies often deliberate acceptance and intellectual assent <a firm belief in her party's platform>. CONVICTION applies to a firmly and seriously held belief <the conviction that animal life is as sacred as human>. PERSUASION suggests a belief grounded on assurance (as by evidence) of its truth <was of the persuasion that everything changes>. SENTIMENT suggests a settled opinion reflective of one's feelings <her feminist sentiments are well-know


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El_masked_esteROIDe_user wrote:
Schlomo wrote:
are you picking those movies solely because you know it will piss people off?

opinion: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin opinion-, opinio, from opinari
1 a : a view, judgment, or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter b : APPROVAL, ESTEEM
2 a : belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge b : a generally held view
3 a : a formal expression of judgment or advice by an expert b : the formal expression (as by a judge, court, or referee) of the legal reasons and principles upon which a legal decision is based
- opin·ioned /-y&nd/ adjective
synonyms OPINION, VIEW, BELIEF, CONVICTION, PERSUASION, SENTIMENT mean a judgment one holds as true. OPINION implies a conclusion thought out yet open to dispute <each expert seemed to have a different opinion>. VIEW suggests a subjective opinion <very assertive in stating his views>. BELIEF implies often deliberate acceptance and intellectual assent <a firm belief in her party's platform>. CONVICTION applies to a firmly and seriously held belief <the conviction that animal life is as sacred as human>. PERSUASION suggests a belief grounded on assurance (as by evidence) of its truth <was of the persuasion that everything changes>. SENTIMENT suggests a settled opinion reflective of one's feelings <her feminist sentiments are well-know


:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Schlomo wrote:
are you picking those movies solely because you know it will piss people off?


No. As you can see, different people agree with different movies on the list, so I seem not to be the only one.

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Guybrush, can you do some more films? please.

Maybe, the next ten.

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this is taking to much time......


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GuybrushX McMurphy wrote:
Don't be afraid, it'll be faster this time.
Here's the first bunch.

50. The Matrix (1999)
49. Titanic (1997)
48. The Sixth Sense (1999)
47. Spiderman (2001)
46. Pirates of the Caribbean (2003)
45. Armageddon (1998)
44. Signs (2002)
43. X-Men (2000)
42. X2 (2003)
41. Unbreakable (2001)


I'm not seeing a bad movie here. :roll:


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Nebs wrote:
GuybrushX McMurphy wrote:
Don't be afraid, it'll be faster this time.
Here's the first bunch.

48. The Sixth Sense (1999)
45. Armageddon (1998)
44. Signs (2002)
43. X-Men (2000)
42. X2 (2003)


Not worst, but quite...mediocre.

Armageddon was bad, really bad.


No it wasn't. :razz:


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Well, guys, these are the top 50 bottom films. Not necessarily the top 50 worst.

So, he could be judging on if they're overrated and whatnot.


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OK.

40. Blade (1998)
39. Blade 2 (2002)
38. Pearl Harbor (2001)
37. Tomb Raider (2000)
36. Hollow Man (2000)
35. The Specialist (1994)
34. D-Tox (2002)
33. 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001)
32. Get Carter (2000)
31. Over the top (1987)

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