Originally posted by Alpha DogAnd, in an effort not to derail the thread, I saw Dodgeball. Nothing aside from "Fuckin' Chuck Norris" was remotely funny. Ben Stiller = Supremely not funny
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You'll get no disagreement from me on Stiller and I usually hate these type of comedies because a large percentage of the movies that fall under this category for me are Will Ferrell, Ben Stiller, and Jim Carrey movies because I don't find any of them the least bit funny. However, Vince Vaughn cracks me and I surprisingly liked both Dodgeball and Wedding Crashers.
There are a ton of movies I can think of for this category, I guess I have a very very different taste in movies than most of the people I know, but if I had to pick one I'd say Dumb and Dumber, didn't laugh once during that movie.
Originally posted by CrimedogSideways. Everybody talked about how great it was and it just didn't do it for me. It was good, for the most part, but I thought it was a little overbearing on the "bad stuff happens to Miles" thing.
I can watch that movie all day long, and not just because the scenes featuring Miles' apartment were actually filmed around the corner from where some friends live.
Magnolia for me, or as I call it, How-Much-Random-Shit-Can-Happen-For-No-Good- Reason-And-Will-Everyone-Stop-Yelling-About-It.
I really like Boogie Nights, so Magnolia was a huge disappointment.
(edited by CRZ on 10.5.06 1237) "Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do." David Brent, The Office
"Oedipus ruined a great sex life by asking too many questions." Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report
Because the United States is allegedly classless, we use other markers to tell people apart, such as race, jobs or income. Roger Ebert, Review for Kicking and Screaming (1995)
I dunno, I figured this'll be fun for a few hours maybe. Grab a post from another board, and take a wild stab at who you think it'll be. I know this isn't a question per see, but more of a "who is this?" (which is a question of itself).