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What was the last movie you watched and didn't like at all?

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asked Jan 9 in Entertainment by Cinders717 (1,937,170 points)

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I tried watching the Notebook, and couldn't make it through.  Don't like chick flicks, and don't like Gosling.

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answered Jan 9 by lavender (1,104,740 points)

It was so depressing!!  You didn't miss anything. He is not my favourite actor but did win a Globe last night I think. Nicholas Sparks based movies always are tear jerkers lol

yuck.  I think the only chicky flicky ones I like are the 'classic' films, with Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, etc.  I can't deal with the current crap.  Gossling is not pleasant to look at either.  I did accidentally hear his speech last night, and it was sweet.

Like you I am not attracted to him!  lol. He is sort of nerdy looking isn't he?  At least to me. Hardly leading man material lol. I liked real leading man, George Clooney comes to mind lol ;) 

I love George.    Gossling looks like a character on the Flintstones to me.  Not sure why - maybe it's his exaggeratedly long face.

The Notebook was great, nut if you want a good Nicholas Sparks one, the best of me

Is that a chick flick, too, CG?  

it is...............but it is good.  All Nicholas Sparks movies fall in that category, but I liked that one.  You might actually like the Lucky One because it has Zack Efron

oh shoot, yeah, I can't do chick flicks.  Efron is not my type.  Shoot.

besides Clooney, who is your type?

I like the younger Michael Madsen, quirky Steve Buscemi,  Resevoir Dogs-type actors.    And, Ed Harris, I love him.

I loved Milk Money.  Ed Harris was in that

Harris was great, GREAT in Pollack.  That is a movie I would highly recommend.   He portrays the painter, Pollack.

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answered Jan 10 by curiousguy (393,900 points)
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Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, and the main reason why I did not like it was because it turned out to be much more violent, much more intense, much more aggressive, and much more scary/ frightening, than I had initially and originally anticipated it to be!

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answered Jan 10 by Ronnio (175,400 points)
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*shudders* Suicide Squad. Pace, structure, plot, all of it was bad. 
Nice soundtrack actually, the music producers in that movie tried their best to make the movie not seem so s***.

“The lesson is that you can still make mistakes and be forgiven.” – Robert Downey Jr.

answered Jan 10 by Sheogorath (105,470 points)

You hit the nail on the head

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