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FFA Movie Poll - 2007 Lists due 8/12 (1 Viewer)

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Here is what we will do.... 

1.  PM me a list - Please do this even if you want to post your list in the thread.  

2.  You must list a minimum of 10 movies, and a maximum of 20.

3. You have 200 points to distribute to your list. 

4.  Maximum points a movie can get is 30.  

5.  You can also simply post your top 10-20 movies in order and they will be awarded points in a descending order from 19-1.

6.  We are only doing movies that have a theater release from 2007.  

7.  NO PORN! , but other than that, there are no genre restrictions - comedy, horror, documentary, foreign, etc..

8.  We will use Wikipedia  for release dates, and remember, this is first theater release, NOT just U.S. release.  

EXAMPLE 1 - Points Assigned:

Titanic - 30
Austin Powers - 30
The Shining - 25
Happy Gilmore - 20
Halloween 2 - 15
Death to Smoochy- 10
Cabin in the Woods - 10
Arrival - 10
Goodfellas - 10
Godfather - 10
Chinatown - 5
The Thing - 5
Blue Velvet - 5
King of Kong - 5
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - 5
Animal House - 1
Texas Chainsaw Massacre- 1
The Matrix - 1
Die Hard- 1
They Live - 1

Example 2 - Movies Ranked

1. Hoop Dreams (will be awarded 19 points)
2. Wings of Desire  (will be awarded 18 points)
3. Boogie Nights (will be awarded 17 points)
4. Kill Bill (will be awarded 16 points)
5. Predator (will be awarded 15 points)
6. The Master (will be awarded 14 points)
7. Days of Heaven (will be awarded 13 points)
8. Mallrats (will be awarded 12 points)
9. Tropic Thunder (will be awarded 11 points)
10. Psycho (will be awarded 10 points)
11. Citizen Kane  (will be awarded 10 points)
12. The Avengers (will be awarded 9 points)
13. Armageddon  (will be awarded 8 points)
14. True Lies  (will be awarded 7 points)
15. Ocean's 11  (will be awarded 6 points)
16. Magnolia (will be awarded 5 points)
17. The Love Guru (will be awarded 4 points)
18. Scream 4 (will be awarded 3 points)
19. Saw 5 (will be awarded 2 points)
20. Dunkirk (will be awarded 1 points)

 
Previous Year Polls and the winners of that year:

2010   Inception

2005   Batman Begins

1999   Fight Club

1992   Reservoir Dogs

1989   Major League

1984  ???

1982   Blade Runner   

1974    The Godfather Part 2

1971   Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

1955-1959   12 Angry Men

 
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Running list of movies that have received 500+ pts in the polls:

The Godfather Part 2 -  711

Blade Runner -  693

Fight Club  -  615

The Matrix  -  606

Fast Times at Ridgemont High  - 595

Chinatown -  565

Blazing Saddles -  526

 
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Ooooo, good year.  I note for KP's benefit that there appear to be at least two movies named after Beatles songs, neither of which I've seen:  Across the Universe and P.S. I Love You. :lol:  

ETA:  I'm fully aware of the Across the Universe movie but just thought it looked awful even though some of the covers from the movie are quite good.  Never heard of the other one.

 
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As I hinted in the other thread, I was excited about 2005 (evidently moreso than damn near everybody else ;) ), but this year is the year I would consider to be the best year for movies in the last 2 decades.  Here is my case for that:

3 elite dramas:  There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men, Zodiac

1 elite foreign movie:  The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

1 elite horror movie:  The Orphanage

1 elite musical (which basically means one that I can stand to watch):  Once

I would consider all 6 of those to be some of the best movies in their genre for the last couple decades, and they all just happen to be in the same year.  Then add to that:

Dramas:  Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Into the Wild, Micheal Clayton, Atonement, Assassination of Jesse James, Gone Baby Gone, Eastern Promises

Foreign movies:  4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days  and Persepolis

Doc:  The King of Kong

Comedies:  Superbad, Hot Fuzz, The Simpsons, Juno, Knocked Up, The Savages, Charlie Wilson's War

Problematic movies that I still think are worth the watch for the genres:  Sunshine, The Mist

There are still others, but you get my point...

 
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Ooooo, good year.  I note for KP's benefit that there appear to be at least two movies named after Beatles songs, neither of which I've seen:  Across the Universe and P.S. I Love You. :lol:  

ETA:  I'm fully aware of the Across the Universe movie but just thought it looked awful even though some of the covers from the movie are quite good.  Never heard of the other one.
@krista4 -  I've seen PS I Love You, and it was pretty damn bad.   0 chance I watch the other one.  

 
As I hinted in the other thread, I was excited about 2005 (evidently moreso than damn near everybody else ;) ), but this year is the year I would consider to be the best year for movies in the last 2 decades.  Here is my case for that:

3 elite dramas:  There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men, Zodiac

1 elite foreign movie:  The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

1 elite horror movie:  The Orphanage

1 elite musical (which basically means one that I can stand to watch):  Once

I would consider all 5 of those to be some of the best movies in their genre for the last couple decades, and they all just happen to be in the same year.  Then add to that:

Dramas:  Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Into the Wild, Micheal Clayton, Atonement, Assassination of Jesse James, Gone Baby Gone, Eastern Promises

Foreign movies:  4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days  and Persepolis

Doc:  The King of Kong

Comedies:  Superbad, Hot Fuzz, The Simpsons, Juno, Knocked Up, The Savages, Charlie Wilson's War

Problematic movies that I still think are worth the watch for the genres:  Sunshine, The Mist

There are still others, but you get my point...
My top picks from your list are bolded, but Michael Clayton, Zodiac, Into the Wild, Eastern Promises, The Simpsons, and Sunshine are favorites as well.  Wow, what a list.

I need to see The Orphanage and Hot Fuzz.

 
It's not all good - this is the year that brought us Transformers.  

Waitress was one that I watched for the first time last week, and despite loving a lot of actors in the movie and the pretty high scores and reviews I found it to be barely watchable.  

Currently the only new one that I have to watch in the pile is This Is England, so I am looking forward to any under the radar suggestions from others.  

 
It's not all good - this is the year that brought us Transformers.  

Waitress was one that I watched for the first time last week, and despite loving a lot of actors in the movie and the pretty high scores and reviews I found it to be barely watchable.  

Currently the only new one that I have to watch in the pile is This Is England, so I am looking forward to any under the radar suggestions from others.  
I didn't like Waitress much at all, either, despite loving Adrienne Shelly in those Hal Hartley movies.

Quick glance shows the following smaller, documentary or foreign movies worth seeing:  The Counterfeiters, Taxi to the Dark Side, Away from Her, Lars and the Real Girl (yes, i said it).  I didn't love any of those as much as the ones you've already named, though.  Also was not a huge fan of La Vie en Rose.

ETA:  Removing The Savages - missed that you had it listed in comedies.

 
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I didn't like Waitress much at all, either, despite loving Adrienne Shelly in those Hal Hartley movies.

Quick glance shows the following smaller, documentary or foreign movies worth seeing:  The Counterfeiters, Taxi to the Dark Side, Away from Her, The Savages, Lars and the Real Girl (yes, i said it).  I didn't love any of those as much as the ones you've already named, though.  Also was not a huge fan of La Vie en Rose.
I've seen and agree with all of these.  I really like Lars and the Real Girl, and missed that on first pass.  

 
My top picks from your list are bolded, but Michael Clayton, Zodiac, Into the Wild, Eastern Promises, The Simpsons, and Sunshine are favorites as well.  Wow, what a list.

I need to see The Orphanage and Hot Fuzz.
Hot Fuzz is really good. I like it better than Shaun Of The Dead.

 
As I hinted in the other thread, I was excited about 2005 (evidently moreso than damn near everybody else ;) ), but this year is the year I would consider to be the best year for movies in the last 2 decades.  Here is my case for that:

3 elite dramas:  There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men, Zodiac

1 elite foreign movie:  The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

1 elite horror movie:  The Orphanage

1 elite musical (which basically means one that I can stand to watch):  Once

I would consider all 6 of those to be some of the best movies in their genre for the last couple decades, and they all just happen to be in the same year.  Then add to that:

Dramas:  Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Into the Wild, Micheal Clayton, Atonement, Assassination of Jesse James, Gone Baby Gone, Eastern Promises

Foreign movies:  4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days  and Persepolis

Doc:  The King of Kong

Comedies:  Superbad, Hot Fuzz, The Simpsons, Juno, Knocked Up, The Savages, Charlie Wilson's War

Problematic movies that I still think are worth the watch for the genres:  Sunshine, The Mist

There are still others, but you get my point...
Agreed. Great year. 

The Savages is probably my favorite from ‘07. I guess it’s a comedy—but not really.

A couple others I haven’t seen mentioned yet that I like: Honeydripper and Grace is Gone. 

 
Agreed. Great year. 

The Savages is probably my favorite from ‘07. I guess it’s a comedy—but not really.

A couple others I haven’t seen mentioned yet that I like: Honeydripper and Grace is Gone. 
Oh, Grace is Gone was wonderful.  Haven't seen Honeydripper - how the hell did I miss a John Sayles movie?  Adding to my list.

 
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The Orphanage - 30

The Bourne Ultimatum - 25

300 - 25

Spiderman 3 - 25

28 Weeks Later - 25

National Treasure 2 - 10

Mr. Brooks - 10

Live Free or Die Hard - 10

Breach - 10

Amazing Grace - 10

No Country For Old Men - 10

Stardust - 2

The Lookout - 1

The Mist - 1

Charlie Wilson's War - 1

The King of Kong - 1

Sunshine - 1

I Am Legend - 1

3:10 To Yuma - 1

Rescue Dawn - 1

 
The Orphanage - 30

The Bourne Ultimatum - 25

300 - 25

Spiderman 3 - 25

28 Weeks Later - 25

National Treasure 2 - 10

Mr. Brooks - 10

Live Free or Die Hard - 10

Breach - 10

Amazing Grace - 10

No Country For Old Men - 10

Stardust - 2

The Lookout - 1

The Mist - 1

Charlie Wilson's War - 1

The King of Kong - 1

Sunshine - 1

I Am Legend - 1

3:10 To Yuma - 1

Rescue Dawn - 1
You didn't like Zodiac or There Will Be Blood or any of the great comedies of the year? 

 
You didn't like Zodiac or There Will Be Blood or any of the great comedies of the year? 
No, I really didn't. I thought Zodiac was a snoozer and DDL chewed up all the scenes in TWBB and spat them back out at me.

And I don't like many comedies as a general rule. Knocked Up solidified my disliking of Seth Rogan. I'm just not interested in Stuff like Hot Rod or Superbad. I have meant to watch Hot Fuzz though.

 
No, I really didn't. I thought Zodiac was a snoozer and DDL chewed up all the scenes in TWBB and spat them back out at me.

And I don't like many comedies as a general rule. Knocked Up solidified my disliking of Seth Rogan. I'm just not interested in Stuff like Hot Rod or Superbad. I have meant to watch Hot Fuzz though.
Our movie interests couldn't be much farther apart in 07. I do need to check out this Orphanage movie though. I am usually not too much for horror, but I am going to check it out.

 
It does seem like a strong year as I start to put some movies down.  I have a few that slipped by me that I need to watch -- Eastern Promises (I enjoyed History of Violence when watching that for 2005), Zodiac, and Darjeeling Limited at the top of the list.

What's up after 2007?  Asking mostly in case it is in the 70s/earlier and need to keep an eye stuff to record.

 
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Damn, Hot Rod was this year too?  Worth points just for the Footloose send up.  Stupid as hell, but I like that movie a lot too. 

 
Hopefully I can get one or two on board with my theory on this year ( I am looking at you, @Ilov80s ), but last night I braced myself more for submissions like AD's list.  

Just with a general impression from past discussions in the FFA, No Country >>>>>> TWWB >>> Zodiac for most people, and there is a lot of hate for TWWB and agreement with Andy about Zodiac.  I think Zodiac is Fincher's best work, and that movie is probably the one that has moved up the charts the most for me the more I've watched it.  Into the Wild is polarizing with a lot of hatred towards McCandless.  Foreign movies don't usually score well here either.  

Long story short, I am not going to waiver on my love for this year, but I am preparing to be a little grumbly and snarky during the countdown. ;)

 
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Hopefully I can get one your 2 on board with my theory on this year ( I am looking at you, @Ilov80s ), but last night I braced myself more for submissions like AD's list.  

Just with a general impression from past discussions in the FFA, No Country >>>>>> TWWB >>> Zodiac for most people, and there is a lot of hate for TWWB and agreement with Andy about Zodiac.  I think Zodiac is Fincher's best work, and that movie is probably the one that has moved up the charts the most for me the more I've watched it.  Into the Wild is polarizing with a lot of hatred towards McCandless.  Foreign movies don't usually score well here either.  

Long story short, I am not going to waiver on my love for this year, but I am preparing to be a little grumbly and snarky during the countdown. ;)
I don't know if I will get on board that it is the best year of the 21st century. I haven't looked at everything, but 2000 is likely my favorite year. I will say it has the best top 3 and I think Zodiac is the best of the group. 

 
Hopefully I can get one your 2 on board with my theory on this year ( I am looking at you, @Ilov80s ), but last night I braced myself more for submissions like AD's list.  

Just with a general impression from past discussions in the FFA, No Country >>>>>> TWWB >>> Zodiac for most people, and there is a lot of hate for TWWB and agreement with Andy about Zodiac.  I
I haven't seen TWWB, but I have seen No Country and Zodiac. I liked Zodiac better than Old Country.  I didn't like the way Old Country ended. 

 
I didn't like Waitress much at all, either, despite loving Adrienne Shelly in those Hal Hartley movies.

Quick glance shows the following smaller, documentary or foreign movies worth seeing:  The Counterfeiters, Taxi to the Dark Side, Away from Her, Lars and the Real Girl (yes, i said it).  I didn't love any of those as much as the ones you've already named, though.  Also was not a huge fan of La Vie en Rose.

ETA:  Removing The Savages - missed that you had it listed in comedies.
Only one of these that I've seen is La Vie en Rose.  I thought that one was pretty solid, or at least worth watching for Cotillard.  She was incredible in that.

 
I don't know if I will get on board that it is the best year of the 21st century. I haven't looked at everything, but 2000 is likely my favorite year. I will say it has the best top 3 and I think Zodiac is the best of the group. 
Strong year for sure, but for my money not much from the year reaches the heights from this one, and there are several of the popular ones that I either didn't love as much as most people at the time (Gladiator), have grown to dislike (Almost Famous), or remember loathing at the time (O, Brother).  

Still has Requiem, Traffic, Memento,  American Psycho, Amores Perros, High Fidelity and others I really liked.  The 2 bolded are the only 2 I would personally put up in the same level as what I consider the tops from 2007 to be.  It would be a good year for re-watches for me, as I do want to give some like O Brother another shot.  

 
Strong year for sure, but for my money not much from the year reaches the heights from this one, and there are several of the popular ones that I either didn't love as much as most people at the time (Gladiator), have grown to dislike (Almost Famous), or remember loathing at the time (O, Brother).  

Still has Requiem, Traffic, Memento,  American Psycho, Amores Perros, High Fidelity and others I really liked.  The 2 bolded are the only 2 I would personally put up in the same level as what I consider the tops from 2007 to be.  It would be a good year for re-watches for me, as I do want to give some like O Brother another shot.  
Traffic, Crouching Tiger, Cast Away, In the Mood for Love, Yi Yi, Sexy Beast. 00 is a loaded year but it also might just be my takeaway considering my age and it was at the peak of my movie watching, days. 

 
Some very strong movies but a lot utter garbage and some vastly overrated films that were bores for me. This year I can see my indulgence in horror taking over this years list. Also some comedies that had me and still put me on the floor with some scenes. But Horror films rule this list for me.

Here we go:

Dead Silence - 30

Superbad - 30

The Orphanage - 20 

Halloween - 20

30 Days of Night - 10

1408 - 10

The Mist - 10

I Am Legend - 5

28 Weeks Later - 5

Rush Hour 3 - 5

Knocked Up - 5

There Will Be Blood - 5

The Heartbreak Kid - 5

300 - 5

Disturbia - 5

The King of Kong - 5

Saw IV - 5

Vacancy - 5

Zodiac - 5


 

 
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When KP was previewing this year, I remember guessing 2012 as the best in the past two decades.  Not the heights of No Country and There Will Be Blood, but it is pretty deep (Lincoln, Moonrise Kingdom, Argo, Zero Dark Thirty, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Django, Silver Linings Playbook, Avengers, Life of Pi, Dark Knight Rises, etc).  I think I'd put 2012 as better than 2007, but I guess I'll see as we go along.

 
Looks like i'm going to be swimming against the tide again with Sweeney Todd eh? Top 5 21st C movie for me and, really, both Burton & Depp's last great one

 
Looks like i'm going to be swimming against the tide again with Sweeney Todd eh? Top 5 21st C movie for me and, really, both Burton & Depp's last great one
Never seen it, and thought about giving it a go since I have seen so many from this year.   

Despite being a musical, I have grown to loathe Burton and Depp collaborations though, so I have been dragging my feet on watching it these last 20 years.     

 
Traffic, Crouching Tiger, Cast Away, In the Mood for Love, Yi Yi, Sexy Beast. 00 is a loaded year but it also might just be my takeaway considering my age and it was at the peak of my movie watching, days. 
I still haven't seen these, and it's a loaded year for foreign movies for sure, and I am looking forward to that year coming up.  (especially for the wikkid rants when Almost Famous gets in the top 5) .  

I was wondering why 2007 clicked so much with me.  If I am thinking right, that might be about the time I was stay-at-homing with my first kid, and probably had more time during naps or after he went to sleep early to rip off a bunch of stuff.  I am sure we all have those years that stick out because of our ability to watch more than usual or just those handful of movies that really clicked with us.  

 
Oh, good god - I just read the synopsis for Grace is Gone.   Ordered it from the library, but this is going to suck...

 
Some very strong movies but a lot utter garbage and some vastly overrated films that were bores for me. This year I can see my indulgence in horror taking over this years list. Also some comedies that had me and still put me on the floor with some scenes. But Horror films rule this list for me.

Here we go:

Dead Silence - 30

Superbad - 30

The Orphanage - 20 

Halloween - 20

30 Days of Night - 10

1408 - 10

The Mist - 10

I Am Legend - 5

28 Weeks Later - 5

Rush Hour 3 - 5

Knocked Up - 5

There Will Be Blood - 5

The Heartbreak Kid - 5

300 - 5

Disturbia - 5

The King of Kong - 5

Saw IV - 5

Vacancy - 5

Zodiac - 5


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I am just curious as to which you are referring to here...

 
I am just curious as to which you are referring to here...
I happen to think No Country For Old Men is a bore. I have seen it two times. The first time I was like....ok...decent but what's the fuss about it. Watched it again and felt exactly the same. Overrated. Acting was very good. Story? Meh.

Felt that way about There Will Be Blood, I think it is a good movie....but nothing like OMG..classic, want to watch it again and again and again. Once was enough. I appreciate great acting....but I need to be kept interested by the story....it was OK. Very slow. That is what Once Upon A Time In America suffered from too. Far too bloated.

Just my opinion. Movies for the most part that I consider great has to have lasting appeal and for me to give amazing points out...I need to say I can watch it anytime..anywhere.

As far as garbage....well every year has a lot more crap movies than good. But 2007 was filled with ton's of crap.

But there is also great crap. Crap that I can watch again and again and again. Why? Because it entertains me and I love watching the nonsense too. A perfect example of this is Roadhouse. Utter crap. But man....I can watch it over and over and over. So bad it's good. Lot's of movies like that.

When I want a serious movie...I am all in for those as well. And this particular year....the serious movies are boring, overrated and bloated.

 
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Never seen it, and thought about giving it a go since I have seen so many from this year.   

Despite being a musical, I have grown to loathe Burton and Depp collaborations though, so I have been dragging my feet on watching it these last 20 years.     
Let me try to prepare you, then. The wonderfulness of Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street is about two things:

- the score is, of a piece, the greatest musical accomplishment of my lifetime and, really, back to when symphony guys were writing symphonies. Yup - Paranoid Android, Welcome to the Jungle, Stars Wars Theme, 1999, Kashmir, White Album, Purple Haze, Sympathy for the Devil, West Side Story, Heartbreak Hotel, Black & Tan, Fanfare for the Common Man, Rhapsody in Blue, West End Blues, Firebird Suite, all tied for 2nd. I have no formal musical training - which is why i'm rarely able to complete the songs i'm always working on - but the musical quotes & puns & variations & reprises in this are so monstrously clever they make me weep. And the lyrics - when Sweeney sings "My Friends" to his razors before his foul deeds - as pure a statement upon revenge as "Darling Nikki" was on lust - or "Pretty Women" back & forth with a victim in his chair, it echoes in my heart in a way Poe would dream to achieve.

- it is the culmination of the Depp & Burton partnership. Their entire careers they've been trying to show us how normal does darkness feel in the twisted heart and they finally fell upon the masterwork in that genre and it's pure kismet. And Sondheim's cooperation was immensely generous. The Broadway show was dominated by a sung narration by the townspeople of the fetid sinkhole that was Jack the Ripper-era London. Burton couldnt find a way to make it work on film and Sondheim just said "take it out, then" to the most quorable aspects of his masterpiece.

So, enjoy. The ending, as in the original musical, is sloppy, but the rest is delicious. You might not be they type for deliciousness in your cinema - this is the way to find out for sure.

 
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I still haven't seen these, and it's a loaded year for foreign movies for sure, and I am looking forward to that year coming up.  (especially for the wikkid rants when Almost Famous gets in the top 5) .  
I'll be bad, i promise. Let me just say that there always should have been a movie like Almost Famous - the rock & roll road is the most dramatic & hilarious & rarified world i've ever experienced and almost anyone who's wanted to run away & join the circus could possibly know. The movie doesnt merely get it wrong - it creates a world so opposite to reality that it damns every aspect of genius & venality that it is about and has seared that mediocrity into the minds of the moviegoing public. A first-degree artcrime, nufced.

 
After 1984, this year looks below average to me. :shrug:

There Will Be Crud being listed as one of the best that year says it all for me.

 
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Todem said:
I happen to think No Country For Old Men is a bore. I have seen it two times. The first time I was like....ok...decent but what's the fuss about it. Watched it again and felt exactly the same. Overrated. Acting was very good. Story? Meh.

Felt that way about There Will Be Blood, I think it is a good movie....but nothing like OMG..classic, want to watch it again and again and again. Once was enough. I appreciate great acting....but I need to be kept interested by the story....it was OK. Very slow. That is what Once Upon A Time In America suffered from too. Far too bloated.

Just my opinion. Movies for the most part that I consider great has to have lasting appeal and for me to give amazing points out...I need to say I can watch it anytime..anywhere.

As far as garbage....well every year has a lot more crap movies than good. But 2007 was filled with ton's of crap.

But there is also great crap. Crap that I can watch again and again and again. Why? Because it entertains me and I love watching the nonsense too. A perfect example of this is Roadhouse. Utter crap. But man....I can watch it over and over and over. So bad it's good. Lot's of movies like that.

When I want a serious movie...I am all in for those as well. And this particular year....the serious movies are boring, overrated and bloated.
@Todem - thanks, and I was assuming as much with the first two.   If you found those a chore, stay far away from a few others I listed for sure, like Atonement or Assassination of Jesse James.   But have you seen Before The Devil Knows You're Dead or Micheal Clayton?  I think that might be more in line with people's tastes for more serious fare.  Still has some great acting, but a few more twists and turns and crimes gone wrong...  

I get what you are saying about good crap and bad crap.  Hot Rod isn't a great movie, but it amuses me.  Or your example of Road House.  Transformers to me is just horrible #### and I would rather burn my TV than try to watch that again.  

 

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