An event is too big a question for me to answer in such a small space. But as for things I said...
I don't want to get specific but once I was really not nice to a guy I was friends with who asked me out. I didn't mean for what I said to come off as bad as it did, but wow, when I look back I can't believe I said it. I still wouldn't date him if I had it all to do over, because I didn't feel that way about him, but I'd have been a lot nicer to him at that particular moment.
(He still spoke to me afterward, so I like to think he forgave me. But it's really one of those things I look back on and say "What the hell was I thinking?")
1)ужасная задумка основанная на стереотипах (пришельцы едят мозг??? что? что еще за??)
2)ужасная актерская игра (мой младший брат и то лучший актер, когда придумывает оправдания, почему у него все кросовки мокрые как будто он скакал по лужам)
3)снято конечно...ну короче говоря они делали ставку на спецэффекты, которых там и так было через чур, полнейшее отсуцтвие логики и смысла
Был в моём детстве такой изумительно бездарный фильм - "Тачанка с юга"... Такой, знаете, типичный советский вестерн. Нетипично было только выходящее за все допустимые ( и не допустимые ) рамки обилие унылых совковых штампов. Тогда мне казалось, что хуже фильма быть не может. Но потом появился ещё один фильм, ставший, кстати, всенародно любимым: "Любовь и голуби". Воинствующая пошлость его, туповатый юмор вызывали во мне физиологическое отвращение! Этакое получилось гнусненькое заигрывание с простонародьем. И последнее радостно приняло первое! А уж когда тот же режиссёр поставил "Ширли-Мырли"... Короче, я уже давно понял: какой бы дрянной фильм ты ни посмотрел - потом увидишь нечто ещё хуже. Так что на вопрос ваш можно ответить: " Боюсь, мой самый нелюбимый фильм ещё впереди"...
Epic Movie, because it stupidly abuses other movies I happen to like. I'm also under the impression (possibly delusionally) that this film portrays the fall of western culture (wht ppl) from a quiet invasion of Arabs. Prove me wrong.
Oh, I don't know. That's tough. Some contenders are...
Brokeback Mountain. Memoirs of a Geisha. Excruciatingly long and BOOOOORRRRRRRINGGGGGGG. Memoirs of a Geisha at least was visually beautiful...
Donny Darko. Didn't get it.
The Butterfly Effect. Unnecessarily violent and a stupid concept for a film.
And most of all, the one that- if you held a gun to my head, I might just choose as the WORST. MOVIE. EVER:
A French (like, France-French) attempt at Dead Poet's Society or Freedom Writers
With FARRRRRRRRRR more verbal abusing of children and far less of a morale/point/compelling story/emotional appeal/character development/plot.
Worst. Movie. Ever!!!
In no particular order:
WARNING! SPOILERS AHOY!
Bread and Tulips--It was booring. There was no real--scratch that; there was a real resolution, but everything I think should've been covered was completely skipped over. This movie was so boring, I paused it about halfway through and did something else for about an hour, until I felt guilty enough to come back to it.
High Art--Shoot The Shaggy Dog with heroin. That's all I have to say about that.
Silencio Roto--Shoot the Shaggy Dog in finest form. I really wish I'd learned some Spanish history before watching, so I'd know going in just how ineffectual everyone was, and that Franco was never overturned. Ever.
Knowing--Shoot the Shaggy dog, again. And I don't like Nicholas Cage to begin with. The movie would've still ended the same way if he'd done nothing at all.
Lust, Caution--Also Shoot The Shaggy Dog. Plus, the film was *four hours* long, and painful to watch. I'm pretty sure I took a break in the middle of that, too.
And speaking of Lust, Caution...
I now have a particular dislike for Angst Lee. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was so...boring or something, I forget...that I got up and left in the middle of it. Lust, Caution shot the shaggy dog, and was long and painful to watch, to boot. Brokeback Mountain starred a really unlikeable character who wanted it both ways, and never did anything to try to make it better. And then Jack died.
Angst Lee, strike three, you're out.
My LEAST favorite movie? The Thing.
Dear God in Heaven, I couldn't watch more than 30 minutes before freaking the EFF out.
My finace loves it, considers it a thrilling and wonderfully disturbing classic, and when he asked me to watch it with him I didn't think much of it.
I'd watched creepy movies, graphic movies, before--but this one? Ridiculously terrifying.
The moment the alien started killing and assimilating the dogs I freaked out initially from a wierd overactive pity-instinct that's triggered anytime I see something about animals being harmed on t.v (even if it's not real). I'm super-sensitive to such things.
And then....it became the dog.....thing.....with the wierd freaky spider shape and.....I just couldn't do it. No. Never.
I will never try to watch it again.
Just talking about it....that image truly cannot be unseen! 0.0
Probably Twilight. Now i'm not just saying that because i'm just like every other loser hater of twilight (no offense to you non-loser haters of twilight) but because the movie was just plain terrible. I had recorded it on my DVR because i wanted to see it to find out if it was as bad as everyone said. it was... I've read the book, and they didn't even get the order of the events right. That plus the fact that the only good actor was the main character's dad, lets just say, worst movie ever. Dont see it. I had to watch it in 20 minute parts because i got to bored to finish it in one sitting. It was just too bad.
Мог бы, конечно, назвать имя, но Вам же оно ничего не скажет! А вот именно его я бы выбрал оттого, что он мне дорог, близок и, в отличие от меня, жизнерадостен и энергичен. С ним, надеюсь, мы бы не пропали даже в средневековом городе, заражённом чумой...
Pearl Harbor. Without a doubt, the worst film ever made. All there is need to be told is the Pearl Harbor attack but no, Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer decided to add a lame love story, take liberties with historical events, have Ben Affleck over-emote, create a bloated spectacle of the attack, and most of all, shot from the viewpoint of a bomb dropping on the Arizona and watching the damn thing blown up. Plus, you couldn't make sense of anything happening as it's moving way too fast and everyone looks like a moron.
Worst film ever made.
Было довольно много игрушек, которые мне не покупали из-за их дороговизны. Конкретно - немецкую, если не ошибаюсь, куклу, в наряде кавалера галантной эпохи: кафтан, треуголка... Зато теперь регулярно покупаю себе всевозможные игрушки, хотя это приносит лишь временное удовлетворение...
It would be rather interesting to travel through time with a loved one. And, I think with mine, we would both be able to enjoy and go about hysterically laughing about the things that we used to do even in random places, as if just watching an old film. *Le Sigh* It's good to laugh about foolish things you did for love from time to time, but don't expect that tears wont follow next.
I wouldn't necessarily say I have a LEAST favourite movie, in the sense that I don't really give enough time to movies I don't like to feel that any one would qualify as my least favourite. However, Worst Movie I've Ever Seen title definitely goes to "Transfomers", which was not only the longest love letter in the world to testosterone plus a bit of casual misogyny and worrying racial stereotypes, but also the most MONUMENTALLY STUPID premise for a movie - FOR ADULTS - in the history of the world. Without exception. I refuse to believe there has ever been an idea for a film that is more idiotic than the idea to make a film about HOUSEHOLD MACHINES THAT TURN INTO GIANT ROBOTS THAT HAVE FIGHTS WITH EACH OTHER.
And yes, I know Transformers wasn't originally a movie. But what it was, was a television series/toy product for ages five-and-under. What's next, Michael Bay, "Bob The Builder"? "My Little Pony"? "In The Night Garden"?
Second prize for Worst Film Ever goes to the Eddy Murphy "comedy" "Norbit", a dire slapstick-gross-out swamp about being married to a fat woman that was offensive in every way you could possibly conceive.
Not one thing. While in my life there have been many times when I might have at that point had a different answer. I realize that each decision we make leads us up to the moment we currently exist.
I wouldnt trade one thing if it meant I was never to have met the man I am with now. He is the one thing that has made all those supposed bad choices dam good ones after all.
Oh there's just so many, so so many but if i had to pick one from that pack it would be Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
It's supossed to be all arty farty and hip and trendy but I couldn't keep my eyes open. I was forced to watch it 3 times and I never saw it entirly because the characters bored me stiff. They're all whiny. The whole concept of the movie is enormously overrated too. I'd give it a -10.
Когда на экране вижу - человеки стараются изобразить то, за что денжку получат, очень-очень силятся изобразить, а какая-то тля мало того, что опоздала на съемки! Еще и текст плохо выучила! И режиссер орет в матюгальник - С третьей сцены - снимаем заново!! Работаем!! Прям - представляю ту картину.
И понимаешь, что человечки не менты никакие, а актеры с холециститом и квитанциями за телефон в портфеле.. и бошка - у вот того, слева - с похмела ленивого болит. Отчетливо чувствуешь - ни хрена дама не о любимом нервничает, а обдумывает, мысль насчет как бы ей надо было "гонорар побольше потребовать, но с другой стороны - не до жиру"...
Когда во время просмотра понимаешь - ЭТО всего лишь кино, вместо крови - клюквенный сок ... Значит, плохой фильм. Никогда его не полюблю.
А "самых нелюбммых", кстати, не бывает. Про них просто не помнишь.
I'm not sure what criteria I would be use to pick out the *least favorite* movie, but I can tell you that after watching the movie
I'm not sure what criteria I would be use to pick out the *least favorite* movie, but I can tell you that after watching the movie <Beastmaster</i> I turned to my husband and said - "The next time I want to walk out on a movie this much, I am going to actually do it."
And the movie I subsequently actually walked out on was <i>Spacehunter, adventures in the forbidden zone -</i> even though I was with a group of about a dozen people and I had to sit outside on the steps till the movie was over. (I always carry a book)
And although it seems like it would be my kind of thing, I disliked <i>Tankgirl</> so much that I walked out of a friends house.
Maybe I'll go with <i> Fifth Element</i> - Jim and Chris both loved it, and I not only left the room, I ended up putting in two pair of earplugs to stop the noise.
<small>It seems to me lately that I never really answer these questions, but use them to tell you something sort of related. I'm not sure if this tells you about the way my brain makes connections, or if it indicates that I would like more interesting questions. (perhaps not having to do with death or school)</small>
My Sociology teacher in high school made us watch "Lord of the Flies". I can't really put into words what was so disturbing about it that over any other movie I've seen (and I've seen some really bad ones, okay?) I am upset the minute it's mentioned or something makes me think of it. Like, there is a visible shudder in my system when it comes to mind.
There are more gory, violent, scary movies.. but there is something about these young boys lost and alone on this island. The way they revert to savagery & violence. The cruelty. The hunting each other.
I'm probably one of very few people that would list this movie off all the movies ever as my worst, but it just still has such a bad effect on me.
I would have to say, for all intensive purposes, that the WORST movie I've ever had the displeasure of seeing would be Eragon.
I don't know how they even got this one into the theatres, other than hype due to the books being so widely popular....even if it did take the author forever-and-a-day to come up with the rest of the series. The actors chosen were horrendous. Other than Jeremy Irons and John Malcovich....did they pick the kids up off the street corner and ask, "You wanna be in a movie with dragons?!?!?"
The only (possibly) positive thing I could say is that MAYBE...if they'd split the first movie up or just made it LOTR-length, it may have been palpable. But otherwise, I was infuriated watching the poor excuse for acting/film, and wanted to leave in the middle and demand a refund, but I stayed because I wanted to see how horrible the ending would be. Yep. It was.
Assuming that it has to be an event that I had control over, I'm not really sure there is anything. That's not to say that I've never done anything I regret! It's just that I'm not sure that I could be in the place that I'm at now without those things that I regret, and truth be told I like the place I'm in now well enough to call the things I regret worth it (for me, at least). Erasing my mistakes would be easy, but learning from them is useful.
If it can be something that I couldn't control, I'm very tempted to say that my whole family could have done without the "evil step-mother" chapter of my life, but I have reservations about even that for the reason I listed above. Can one radically alter three (four? Time blurs in Hell.) years of one's life and still turn out the same? I don't know. Well, putting it that way makes it sound like I'm so arrogant that I'm completely opposed to the idea of being any different, and that's not true. It's more that I am happy with what I am, so... why bother?
Shyamalan's "The Last Airbender" or, as i descriptively call it, "The Last Disasterbender"
Why? Well, I've already done a full journal entry on why, so if you wanna read it, go here ---> mandy-kota.livejournal.com/51113.html
This is very tempting but i wouldnt change anything i have done or what has been done to me. I believe that all things are done for a purpose and mine is to make me truly who i am. Why would i want to change something that has made me far stronger than i ever hope for? If i did change anything i wouldnt be who i am today and i wouldnt like that one bit. I am proud to say I'm Ashpea that im a slave and etc. Be who you are, that is my motto. Care about yourself and not what others think of you.
Назову "Блондинку в шоколаде" с Пэрис Хилтон. Хотя на уме вертится еще парочка, но вот только названий уже не помню.
Вообще, по-моему, худший фильм должен быть плохим во всем - даже до такой степени, чтобы не запомнить его названия :)
странный конечно вопрос, как и обычно в жж
что значит "нелюбимый"? бездарный или какой?
но вот я бы стерла с лица Земли следующие картины:
Сайлент Хилл, Реквием по мечте и Необратимость
ладно. последние два пусть будут, для "ценителей"..
а первый - в печь.
Dude, Where's My Car? Ordinarily I wouldn't mind it much, not my cup of tea but not really worth bothering about, if not for one cross-country road trip where the only DVD we had with us was the aforementioned, and the headphones were broken so the player was set on speaker, and my brother played that damn movie over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over. Just the thought of it is enough to make me want to grind a chopstick into my ear.
I bet Pledge This!, starring Paris Hilton. I have couple more in my mind but cant remember their names yet.
In fact the worst film should be wholly the worst to forget its name :)
(Назову "Блондинку в шоколаде" с Пэрис Хилтон. Хотя на уме вертится еще парочка, но вот только названий уже не помню.
Вообще, по-моему, худший фильм должен быть худшим во всем - даже до такой степени, чтобы не запомнить его названия :) )
Nathans death. Id do anything to change that. To still have him here. I know my life would be a SHIT load different, but it'd all be for the better. Not a day goes by I don't think about him and miss him more than anything. Id give anything to have him back, to be in his arms again, to hear his voice. To be able to tell him I love him.
Nathan Bahia Lackner, you are my world. You will forever be my soul mate. I will always love you and never forget you. In my heart you will always be home. You are my guardian angel now. I know you're looking down on me, and I can only hope I'm making you proud. R.I.P.
Dear lord... This is an easy question... And one that allows me the ability to rant about the stupidity of Netflix.
One night, one cruel winter, I was introduced to Netflix. And for those of you who don't know, Netflix is a program allowing you to watch any movie from their collection for a nominal fee of no-one-gives-a-crap-o-la (Mom's cards being charged anyway so who cares). Anyway, my mom, friend and I were bored I decide to pick a random scary move to watch (Because I'm a chicken-shit and they know it...). So we're scrolling through the these brier patches of movies that we have never freaking heard of, when suddenly we come across a semi-familiar title.
Single Black Female (2009).
Only to words were familiar alright. We didn't know! I mean I figured, hey Single White Female is a classic and the African American Community can pull together wholesome movies, so it was a twofer....
I was WRONG.
I was so utterly WRONG.
Dear sweet merciful god. I've seen porn that was better put together! For one I spent the entire duration of the movie looking blindly for a plot, only to discover it WASN'T THERE... PERIOD! The acting was so bad it made me cry. Who the fuck picked these pricks and why haven't they been beaten to death for this pitiful performance. Forty minutes of that bullshit movie was people opening a door, rejecting potential roommates and telling people she already had one (which by the way, brilliant for plot progression). For a while, I just thought the movie was looping because of a system error. No such luck.
I swear to god the little bit of money that went into that movie went to pot and the strippers, the only professionals in the movie. The filming made piss drunk monkey's look good and the author of "My Immortal" must have weaved her way into the script (if they even bothered with one) because my brain oozes in recollection of the dirt poor dialogue and murder worthy series of events that they pass off as plot.
The most used phrase's, I kid you not were: "Why you trippin' " and "Fuckin' bitch".
Is your vocabulary so limited that you must recycle this sub-human level of language that gives my families (from both sides) a bad name. Were you're English classes skipped and language so uncouth that this was the best you could come up with. Writer's of the dialogue and story of this movie, stab yourself with the pens you used to write that swill! I'll admit, my three o'clock writing could easily be mediocre, but that was utter garbage and you put money on it!
And what's worse... that was 80-minutes of my life, I'll never get back...
I would go back and change the fight I had with my father the summer before he passed away. I think the reason is obvious.
I'm just a delightful little ray of sunshine, aren't I?
I would have tried harder to overcome my asthma when I was little and not let it hinder me as much as I have. I would have started living with my asthma instead of against it. I wouldnt have let it make so many decisions for me. I would have fought harder to succeed against my asthma instead of letting it paralyze me.
I would change my attitude toward school. I wish I would have tried harder. I'm a senior this year, so everything is pretty much set. It's just something I would do for myself.
I would stop myself from not walking my first friend home. That day, nearly eight years ago, he was shot and killed in an alley. If he hadn't been walking alone, I wouldn't feel guilt every time I think of his name.
There were some things I wrote that I regret terribly and wish I had never written. I feel like it's really altered the way things worked out. And while I've accepted this new reality, hurting someone, anyone, still feels bad despite all the drama that's gone down. I hate hurting people.
oh man. i don't know if i could pick just one.
"why don't you just stay with me?"
"i guess so...but i can just go [to nebraska], it won't be that bad."
"okay, okay, please don't cry...i won't go."
lol i'm not in the best mood i guess. i should just try to make the best of things, and stop depressing myself.
oh yeah, and those quotes seem to make one story but they don't.
Доброй ночи , не любимых,что то не припоминаю. Есть фильмы ,которые не тронули, не чего после себя не оставили. Но последнее что не понравилось ,это " Цитадель" Н.С.Михалкова. К сожелению, ранние работы ,больше проникали.
I'd undo breaking up with Matt.
Because everything was great, simple, loving, and consistent. I just needed to deal with my depression and get some spunk back. I just needed to realize I cared about him and admired him. And that he was hella better to me than 'most anyone else's boyfriend.
And if I undid that, then maybe I could have lived my life with him without ever seeing this crappy side of him I'm seeing (or rather not seeing) now.
Which would be fantastic. Really, fucking, fantastic.
I would have skipped the "Fundamentals of Management" Class I had no chance of doing well in, and gone to the Grateful Dead show in Indiana.
Serial Mom. I hated that movie since the killer got away in the end and went on to kill more and the family really didn't care. Geesh. Awful movie. Makes me want to open my head and wash my brain with soap and water.
Not enough people sign thier cards, talk to their families, or otherwise express their wishes and when the perfect sotrm occurs making someone an organ donor canditate (it's a lot more complicated than it sounds really) sometimes the time it takes for people to decide makes it already to late.
If you DO die isn't it kinda beautiful to think that your end can mean a beginning as well?
Twilight. It was the first time when I found a movie so unbearably boring that I managed to watch only a few minutes...It felt for me like the script, acting from most of the actors and the general atmosphere of the movie was really lacking.
The only thing I liked was the acting of the one who played Charlie(?) and then the one who played the popular girl who befriended the heroine(Bella...?). But everything else was terribly lacking for me.
I really don't understand why it is/was so popular...
I paid $32.67 for a XBOX 360 and my mom got a 17 inch Toshiba laptop for $94.83 being delivered to our house tomorrow by FedEX. I will never again pay expensive retail prices at stores. I even sold a 46 inch HDTV to my boss for $650 and it only cost me $52.78 to get. Here is the website we using to get all this stuff, BidsBit.com
О каких фильмах, прогрессах, сколковых расколковых и прочих глонассах можно вообще говорить? Этот детский лепет может вызвать только смех и раздражение.
Сейчас ещё посмотрю, куда это всё отправится. Не исключено, что на луну!
First of all I believe that everything that happens to us happens for a reason. Our life experiences make us who we are. So even though there have been some hard times, they had good ones along with them. So I'm thinking I wouldn't change anything.
There was a lot of advertising for it even here and people waited for the opening night, but in the end the movie sucked so much that it never made it into our movie theaters and was only released on DVD here. It was so bad that I'm yet to meet a single person who would have honestly liked it.
I mean, there was nothing good about this movie. It was just plain awful. I'm not even Dragonball fan and I could tell it sucks monkey balls, both compared to the original series and just as a movie.
Everything from the cast (except Chow Yun Fat, who's actually not all that bad) to the plot itself was just so baddly done. The scenes seemed kind of like they would have filmed a, say a 4 hour movie, then chopped it into scenes, scrapped half of it and then glued the rest back together randomly resulting in Dragonball: Evolution.
IT MADE NO SENSE.
I'd apply to Stanford and Yale instead of bowing to my father's wishes. He gave me solid advice on why UCs were a better deal financially, but I've learned since then to roll the dice and see what happens. No sense cutting yourself off from even finding out if you could get in.
А "обитаемый остров" Бондарчука?
А "самый лучший фильм"???
Блин наш кинематограф может снимать одну лажу, коряво сдирая сюжет и манеру с запада.
Мы умеем только про Вторую Мировую снимать - та и то с огромной долей лжи..
It profits me nothing to dwell on mistakes and regrets (though let me be quick to say that there are plenty of those things lurking around).
Instead, I choose to walk in the understanding that I serve a mighty God who is able to take my every mistake, every horrible blunder, and every terrible thing that others have done to me and turn it into something beautiful.
That’s what God does. In scripture, King David blew it big time with Bathsheba, yet ultimately God brought the Messiah through their union.
We can hardly imagine the wonderful things God wants to do in and through us in spite our ourselves.
He makes everything glorious!
If I could go back and change one event in my life, it would have to be the first time I went to UIS. If I could change it, I would want to make the campu more physically accessible to people in wheelchairs or on crutches and walkers. I'd want to make the campus easier to get around by making all surfaces flat on the outside of the buildings. I'd also want to change how the students with disabilities are treated, as in helping them be fore successful- rather than not really providing the services to make them have a successful education.
Honestly, I think I would go back and not change much, just be less aggressive about things, so people actually got my point instead of thinking that I am immature for not being able to express myself. I think that if I would have to change something, I would have my children come at a year or two later than they did, so that I can have time to understand myself, instead of trying to understand them and myself and the emotions and actions inbetween. I dont like my children seeing the problems I am facing within myself. I do not want them to experience it later on in life, and not have a way of dealing with it as I do.
What a tough question. There have been countless times in my life that the mouth has engaged before the brain had a chance to filter the verbal diarrhea. In all those situations, however painful the results, I believe I have learned from my mistakes as a whole. If I took even one of them away, I would not be who I am today. Hopefully, we learn from our mistakes. Pain is the reminder not to repeat the action; it shouldn't simply be a reaction to a bad choice.
I remember loosing my temper (and it's really evil when it blows) with my ex-wife and I always told her she 'pushed me over the edge', or 'it's your fault, I am so angry because you said/did...' What a load of self-righteous crap I dished out. In truth, I chose to be in the given situation and I chose the manner of my response. I was just too busy letting my ego try to protect itself by letting my responses go on the offensive.
Don't get me wrong, I haven't transformed into a saint, but I am trying really hard these days to take responsibility for the things I have done in the past and hopefully make better choices now so eventually, I won't look back on my life and wish, "if I only I could take that back."
Nothing, no regrets. If I changed anything about my past then I wouldn't be the person I am today and finally after 29 years I'm happy with who I am.
It would've been the time I was about to move to Chicago. I wish I could've prevented it, and maybe had things happen a little differently, in the sense that problems I've had since I moved here would never happen. Maybe they would've, but on a different level.
I would like to go back to the day my fiance dumped me back in '89. I didn't have the self confidence then to even talk to him about why or have the strength to tell him off. I regret being such a pussy back then. He deserved at a serious tongue lashing that day and all he got was a emo girl who couldn't say a damn word.
I never would have moved to Nevada. There are better places I could have gone, but I got myself stuck here for the time being. But to be completely honest, I probably wouldn't even bother changing an event. I am who I am because of what I've done and where I've been, why try to change me?
I think I'd just try to be more outgoing at University, and then I'd maybe be better friends with the other people there and then we maybe wouldn't have lost touch so badly. I've seen some of them once since leaving, and they seem to be constantly meeting up but not inviting me along, so maybe I could change that.
Знакомьтесь, Джо Блэк.
Жутко слюнявая тягомотина с разведением глубокой философии на мелких местах. Ну и влюблённые ангелы смерти - это для меня почти так же отвратительно, как влюблённые роботы. Затёртый до дыр сюжет про красавицу и чудовище чуть менее, чем уныл. В общем, хуже этого фильма - только "Титаник", но там хотя бы в последней четверти начинается хоть какое-то шевеление...
Nothing, I am perfect. Joking, but seriously I know that everything I have done or have not done or said I did it for a reason. I am a thoughtful person and I put though into what I say and do (too much really) I may not always be right and I screw up like everyone else, but knowing that I tried as best I could stops me from regretting my past and wanting to change it.
I think I have a long list with movies I saw and never again wish to watch them. I'll nominate only what's on my mind now : Disaster Movie , Epic Movie are ??? I don't get them,really I don't it's that humor O_o ??? Never again! Oh and The Love Guru and I like Mike Myers but this one was disappointing
Честно говоря, я вообще не оень люблю американский кинематограф, который пытается переосмыслить действительно великие произведения. Я помню, какое отвращение вызвал у меня фильм "Война Миров" - я ожидал место действия и атмосферу самого начала 20-го века, а получил 21-й, причём не в самых ярких красках. У меня был сборник Герберта Уэллса с картинками, и я очень живо представлял себе полный капут и понимал, что реально с треножниками может справиться только флот, и не военной мощью, а именно массой... Но фильм всё испохабил. Не было завязки - не было выстрелов на марсе, ничего не было...
Второе разочарование пришло после экранизации рассказа Брэдбери "И грянул гром". Фильм снят красиво, сочно... но МАТЬ МОЯ ЖЕНЩИНА!!!! Я когда увидел "волны эволюции", которые изменили сначала простейших, а потом стали менять более сложные организмы, мне стало буквально плохо! Как можно было изгадить что-то такое простое и, в нашем понимании, прямолинейное, как время? Если в прошлом что-то изменить, то будущее меняется сразу, потому что события не станут ждать, пока ты вернёшься из прошлого, они уже случатся.
Конечно, как изменился Солярис, после его экранизации Содербергом. Но там была договоренность с Лемом, так что ругаться сильно я не буду... Что ещё? Да не знаю, много есть какашных фильмов, но вот первые два запали мне в душу как-то особо мерзко )