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We just spent 7 miserable episodes looking for Sophia, who wound up dead, so what do the gang do? Let Carl go off by himself and screw around in the woods. That’s just quality writing right there.
Ugh… I need to rewatch last week’s Justified to wash the taste of this show out of my mouth.
Madonna’s gonna take the stage no matter who wins for best director, isn’t she?
Forgive me if this has been asked, but does anybody know why Lea Michele is dressed up like Gozer the Gozerian?
Madonna’s face when she sees hydrangeas.
Breaking terrible movie news: Skyline and The Last Airbender are streaming on Netflix right now.
Stop what you’re doing and avoid them as soon as possible. But if you must see them, you’ll agree with me, they would be amazing Hunt fodder. Apologies to anyone who attempts to view them. I myself am a glutton for punishment, so I look forward to enduring, hating and mocking them all over again.
I’m just glad this movie finally ended the career of the horrible Ryan Murphy. Yup, looks like he’ll never torment us with one of his works ever again.
Finally, a big summer movie I really liked. I’m passing a note to this movie to tell it that I “like” like it.
Now anytime I see someone do something awesome, I’ll think of it as “Fassbending.”
Running with Scissors finally being in the Hunt AND a trailer for a new Muppet movie? I think I may click my heels with joy.
Actually, while I kind of dug Synechdoche, I can see why all these movies made the Hunt.
But do any of these other movies have a scene where Brian Cox forces his family to examine his poop?
Advantage: Running with Scissors.
There is no movie worse than Running With Scissors.
There’s a scene where characters yell cathartically AT the camera set to “Year of the Cat”.
There’s a masterbatorium. A masterbatorium. This movie flaunts a masterbatorium to all of us who can’t even afford a masterbatorium. Way to make me feel insignificant, movie.
Also, masterbatoriums are dumb.
The “where are they now” wrap up titles at the end are hilariously pretentious.
Augusten Burroughs has written six memoirs. SIX. Shut up, Augusten Burroughs.
The movie poster:
And finally, it was directed by Ryan Murphy, who is the creator and “executive music consultant” on Glee. He, friends, is the WORST.
I rest my case.
Unlike the gatherings and hangouts around my neck of the woods, there’s not one person wearing an Affliction or Tapout shirt.
My mind = boggled.
Never has a review of a movie so awful filled me with such joy.
I feel as if the whole Hunt has been building up to next week’s review of Garden State. *excited squee*
There better be a moving tribute to Corey Haim performed by Corey Feldman filled with Michael Jackson inspired dance moves.
Or else we are DONE, Oscars.
Are you kidding me? This is pretty exciting… I mean did you see that commercial for Castle? Looks hot and steamy!
My head agrees with werttrew’s grade, but my heart gives this episode an A-. It was so gloriously stupid that I loved it unabashedly. Actually, I’ll give it an A+ solely for the recreation of the insanely stupid “animal crackers” scene from Armageddon.
And yeah, this season has been much more hit than miss.
I think it’s awesome that Lifetime movies are being released into theaters and are getting Oscar noms.
How have the Matrix sequels NOT have been covered before? They make the Star Wars prequel trilogy look like the Toy Story trilogy.
Or Transformers 2. Or The Last Airbender. Or Sex and the City 2. Or Twilight sequels.
Yikes, I’ve seen too many bad movies.
The Lovely Bones (aka Icicles Vs Stanley Tucci)
I Love You, Beth Cooper
Rent (I know, I know, no musicals, but it really is the worst)
Reality Bites (no movie, YOU bite)
and, as always, Running With Scissors (aka I Hate You, Ryan Murphy)
This hit disturbingly close to home.
There could never be enough weird, naked kissing if you ask me. Especially if it’s between two people who you can see as 10 year olds on any given weekend on ABC Family.
This is easy going fluff that’s inexplicably beloved by hipsters.
But if there’s an inexplicably loved movie in the quirky rom-com/attempting-to-define-a-generation mold that deserves the WMOAT treatment (other than Garden State) it would have to be Reality Bites.
Seriously, ladies, I have no idea why so many of you love Reality Bites other than Ethan Hawke being dreamy in it, because that movie is one of the most infuriating movies I’ve ever seen. I hated is as a kid and I hate it now and I hate it’s message: treat a woman like garbage until she loves you. Great message, 90s flannel-wearers.
*Thought the comedy bits were fun. I can’t function properly these days.
Loved Jon’s speech. Though the comedy bits were fun. Then I made the horrible decision to read the comments section on news/politics sites… wow did people do their best NOT to get what they were trying to say.
Now, I must return to the shower, where I’ve been since I’ve looked at those comments.
Well, it’s certainly better than Poetic Justice, that’s for sure.