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    "Forty Worst Movies"

    Moviefone has a list of the "40 worst movies of the decade"

    Any thoughts or differences of opinion about any of these?

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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    lucky for me i have not seen most of these movies

    but the ones i have seen i would put on the list

    except i didn't think glitter was *that* bad lol

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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    I hadn't seen any of them--as a matter of fact even though I try to pay attention to current movies I hadn't even heard of many of them.

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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    On this list, I agreed with pretty much all of them, except I liked White Chicks. Yes, it was cheese, but it was pretty funny!

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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    I haven't seen most of those, I always wanted to see Glitter because Max Beesley is in it. I would also add Crank to the list of terrible movies. What a piece of poop that was.

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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    I've seen All About Steve (which I didn't think was that bad) and Gigli. A few of the others seem familiar (Cat in the Hat, Daddy Day Care, Little Nicky) but I don't know if I've seen them in their entirety or not...maybe I did and they were so bad I've blocked them out.
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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    I've heard of most of them, but I've only seen a few. I guess I should consider myself lucky.

    Quote Originally Posted by liz_momof2;3767527;
    On this list, I agreed with pretty much all of them, except I liked White Chicks. Yes, it was cheese, but it was pretty funny!
    I'm in total agreeance! The concept was totally dumb, but the end product was great! Nothing award-worthy, but it was hilarious. This one is the only one I really disagree with.
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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    I knew Swept Away was going to be on that list. I like that movie a lot. The rest of the list I pretty much agree with. White Chicks had some decent funny moments though (dressing room scenes anyone?) and Battlefield Earth is on my secret guilty pleasure list.
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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    have you guys realised most of the movies on the list are comedy movies? why is that, the author doesn't have a sense of humor?

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    Re: "Forty Worst Movies"

    I'm disappointed that I haven't seen any of the movies on the list. I was all ready to defend Daddy Day Care as a GREAT movie, but it wasn't on the list. Daddy Day Camp was. Cuba Gooding Jr. does have a habit of getting into some really crappy movies, doesn't he? Poor guy.

    jacobson.. have you also noticed that many of the comedies are also those made by Saturday Night Live alum?
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