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Old 19-04-2012, 08:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Dragonfly1
Jack and Jill...........ukkkkk.....lol

these two top my list, but there are so many more.........
Zoolander is one of my all time fav ultra silly comedy movies.
The outlandish over the top exaggerated characters played so well by all involved.

Of course, Zoolander, like Ace Ventura II and other over the top comedies, is not everyone's cup of tea.

What i don't like as comedy is awkward situations, like many of Stiller's movies.
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Old 19-04-2012, 08:52 PM
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Originally Posted by MaliMarie
Any movie with Jim Carrey in it has to be a no for me. He's not funny, just obnoxious. Same goes for Will Ferrell with the exception of Megamind.
But it's the over the top exaggerated persona that th director and scripot asks for from the actors.
And these two, like many others before them, as so skilled at doing.
I normally sit through every movie I rent or wee in theaters, but i have never made it past the 25 minute mark of Lord of the Rings.. I throw my hands up, shout "DONE!" and leave the room.
My mum didn't even make it through Galadriel's speech at the beginning of movie 1.
Harry Potter is on my absolute favorites list. It was my childhood after all :). But I wasn't impressed with the last movie at all. The books were better.

Also never have been a fan of vampire movies, but(only seen twilight I) was impressed with the passionate love story in it.
It's not really a movie about vampires, it's about love that has vampires in it.
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Old 19-04-2012, 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Henri77
Jim Carrey is a huge advocate of meditation, actually.

He's made gazillions on his over the top comic "gifts" , yet like Steve Martin is smarter than he let's on, though is a kid at heart.
But he and Martin were not letting on these things you assumed about them.
That was your conclusions based ont he roles they played.
That's their job only, not who they are in real life.
I despised Steve Martin, playing an idiot....in early films... yet his true gifts were revealed when he tempered his humor with drama and writing...
You despised your assumptions about him?
Imagine my astonishment ,
when I discovered funny guy John Favreau , directed both Ironman 1 & 2
Who'd have guessed!!
Widen your data base for your conclusions about people.
People are more that what is revealed in the movies they are in.

For example, the very young actors playing Cameron and Beuller in Ferris Beuller's day off were already accomplished stage actors before making it onto the screen.
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Old 12-09-2020, 04:18 PM
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Robocop 3
Dungeons and Dragons
Hudson Hawk
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Old 31-10-2020, 02:17 PM
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LOST Season 7 Episode: Antivirus

Previously in episode Trailer Park where were nothing to find. Where is the pageant car?
The oceanic 815
- Pearl, Flame, Arrow, Hydra, Orchid, Swan
- Staff, looking glass, tempest, lamp post

A sneak peak on 1st of November
" the bridge over the river"

To be continued
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Old 03-11-2020, 08:57 AM
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Lost in translation, Casino Royale, Interstellar, Ostrov, LOTR movies
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Old 03-05-2021, 01:31 PM
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The Room, 100%. It's amazing in how awful it is, but after having read Greg Sestero's book about the shooting of it and been to one of his readings I have a hard time mocking it as I did before - Tommy Wiseau was so earnest (although terrible) and genuinely thought he was making a masterpiece, and the poor actors did what they could with a dreadful script and a terrifying/clueless director.
Not that it stops me from cackling at the awfulness and throwing spoons at the screenings, though. *g* It just means that I can't quite bring myself to mock the actors.
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