A LOT LIKE LOVE.
Sounds like a bad joke:
“Hey man there’s a jugfur on your face.”
“What’s a jugfur?”
“Fur carrying liquids and fur playing in a jug band, stupid.”
A Lot Like Love. Please.
Faye you disgraced my business!!! = Lisa you are tearing me apart!!!
The fact that Tommy Wiseau believes shaving off your facial hair brings drama to a story is another reason I will watch everything he does.
How many movies has Ebert reviewed in his lifetime? Do you have to agree with his feelings on every single one for you to like/respect him as a critic?
Trailer Park Boys, yes.
“Snakes? Of all the reptilian guardians of ancient Christian treasures buried beneath the sand, why did said reptilian guardians have to be snakes?”
“Lots of long time baseball fans looking to reminisce about their childhood are going to travel to your farm/baseball field, Ray.”
Please please please:
A LOT LIKE LOVE
Posted on the cww site:
“CWW officially has the opposition it deserves and the libelous web remarks to prove it. Recently, the site has received thousands of hits, as CWW has ?gone viral,? and suffice to say that secular humanists really want us to crash and burn. Rival or mocking websites have been set up against those on the CWW Team, the supporting church of CWW (Cornerstone World Outreach in Sioux City, IA, come visit sometime?), and the hate mail has been ?of biblical proportions.?
We are not a parody site; we are completely and unashamedly honest with the public. We are very serious in our mission and our love to tell the whole truth.”
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it… maybe 3 other times:
A LOT LIKE LOVE
This reminds me of the dating video in Singles… When the “Come to Debby country” girl asks about the guy doing her video.
HE’S ONLY THE NEXT MARTIN SCORE-SEZ!!
How about the monkey with the similar hair-do as Shia?
And the gophers!?!?!
P.S. Patch Adams is a close second for me. Although I haven’t seen the ending because I walked out of the room while watching it at a friends house… I had seen enough.
I haven’t seen Bicentennial Man or Man of the Year, but Jakob the Liar is the worst Robin Williams movie I’ve seen. In high school, my “senior scholar” class took a field trip to see this movie because it was the only non-rated-R movie that our teacher thought had a “message” we could discuss. We were asked to give it a rating, 1-4 stars, and I pleaded my teacher to allow me to give it zero stars. I stand by my senior-in-high-school opinion. Awful.
I Heart Huckabees and The Sweetest Thing are great recommendations. I’ve nominated IHH before, it is pretentious and redundant with jokes that are completely unfunny. Sweetest Thing has a glory hole joke in a “chick flick.” Awful x2.
I don’t want to pretend to know what Gabe was thinking while watching this, but…. if I had to watch a “nominee” every Sunday night for however many months in a row, I’d probably hate Elizabethtown a lot more than if I hadn’t seen a bad movie recently.
I think anyone that reads this blog understands Gabe’s humor and understands his affinity for hyperbole. Its extremely entertaining. We know this is just his opinion, not some academy or panel attempting to release some “official” list. I’d also like to say that I’m definitely in the “bigger they are, harder they fall” category, therefore, Elizabethtown is definitely worse than Domino.
After reading the comments on “Whatever doesn’t kill us almost kills us…” I would like to second the nomination for “Pay It Forward.” Helen Hunt is incapable of pulling off the semi-trashy-single-mom role. Nor can Bon Jovi pull off any role of any kind in any movie in any universe. Jay Mohr!?!?!?! THE ENDING! Haley Joel Osment dying (spoiler alert, whoops) should have no connection to “the movement” — its a amateur move to get the audience to feel an emotion (besides boredom, anger, and frustration) before leaving the theater.
This blog makes my week. I felt so vindicated reading this last entry. I’ve argued with friends (read: not friends) whether Elizabethtown was a good movie. Thanks, internet.
I would like to make the case that Day After Tomorrow should NOT be nominated. I couldn’t believe how bad it was the first time I watched it – but I found myself laughing and being entertained. I think it may fall into the ‘intentionally horrible’ category. I enjoyed its badness too much for it to be nominated. The wolves at the end? The tornadoes in LA? So much hilarity.
I again nominate A Lot Like Love.
The Sweetest Thing is a great nomination. But it might be somewhat intentionally horrible, thereby disqualifying it for consideration. It’s really awful though. Glory hole jokes??? Really?
I am excited for Elizabethtown because it does indeed deserve to be nominated/reviewed. It fits this “Hunt” because it is trying to be a great movie, not a flaky romcom, which it is of the worst kind. Orlando Bloom is the worst. He builds a George-Clooney-in-Burn-After-Reading-dildo-machine but replaces the dildo with a knife to try and kill himself after somehow designing a shoe (that the entire company had to have approved, including Alec Baldwin) that loses the company $900 billion. So so bad.
I again nominate ‘A Lot Like Love.’
Please do A Lot Like Love. Amanda Peet and Ashton Kutcher put straws up their noses to indicate they have chemistry because hey, they both like to laugh. The movie constantly tries to trick you (i.e. she had a kid?? NOPE, just babysitting. he’s married!?!? NOPE, his sisters wedding) Not to mention the movie doesn’t give one reason why they should be together other than they haven’t found anyone better. It should be called ‘I SETTLED FOR THE WORST.’
I nominate I Heart Huckabees. If I wasn’t on vacation on a rainy day, I would’ve walked out of the theater. Awful.
Tasha and Dishka’s Pixies video for “Hey” I believe became popular in 2006, and Kevin Smith’s parody of said video also was uploaded in 2006.
They are at 24 million views right now. Insane.
I don’t think ‘nightmare’ is a word that deems usage for only serious, non-petty issues. Yes, Darfur is a bigger nightmare than bad comedy, but you should be able to use the word in both situations without being offensive to the world’s larger problem.