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26th Aug '16 6:37:32 AM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Critters}} 2: The Main Course''

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* ''Film/{{Critters}} 2: The Main Course''''Film/Critters2TheMainCourse''



* ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet 3: Dream Warriors''

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* ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet 3: Dream Warriors''''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet3DreamWarriors''
25th Aug '16 1:34:41 PM Dancedom
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* ''Say It Isn't So''
-->"''Say It Isn't So'', on the other hand, keeps a character embarrassed in scene after scene, until he becomes an...embarrassment. The movie doesn't understand that embarrassment comes in a sudden painful flush of realization; drag it out, and it's not embarrassment anymore, but public humiliation, which is a different condition, and not funny."


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* ''Film/TrappedInParadise''
-->"Listen. You want to see a comedy about a nice family that ends up playing host to criminals on Christmas Eve? Rent ''Film/TheRef'', which came out earlier this year and is now in video stores. My rating, three stars. As for ''Trapped in Paradise'', it should be preserved by the Library of Congress, as an example of creative desperation. It plays like a documentary about a group of actors forced to perform in a screenplay that contains not one single laugh, or moment of wit, or flash of intelligence, or reason for being."
22nd Aug '16 9:01:23 AM Dancedom
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* ''Literature/{{Dreamcatcher}}''
-->"When the filmmakers are capable of the first half of ''Dreamcatcher'', what came over them in the second half? What inspired their descent into the absurd? On the evidence here, we can say what we already knew: Creator/LawrenceKasdan is a wonderful director of personal dramas. When it comes to Crap Weasels, his heart just doesn't seem to be in it."
21st Aug '16 8:38:26 AM Dancedom
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* ''Film/BladeTrinity''
-->"It lacks the sharp narrative line and crisp comic-book clarity of the earlier films, and descends too easily into shapeless fight scenes that are chopped into so many cuts that they lack all form or rhythm."
21st Aug '16 6:06:57 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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If we have Creator/RogerEbert's [[RogerEbertGreatMoviesList list of great movies]], we might as well also have his list of most-hated films. All of these films have a maximum rating of 1.5 stars on his website except for ''Halloween III: Season of the Witch'', which got 2 stars but still made the list; films that managed to offend Ebert enough to get a zero star rating from him have those films' star rating replaced by a Thumbs Down icon (he awarded that to terrible movies that were also personally offensive to him in some form).

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If we have Creator/RogerEbert's [[RogerEbertGreatMoviesList list of great movies]], we might as well also have his list of most-hated films. All of these films have a maximum rating of 1.5 stars on his website except (except for ''Halloween III: Season of the Witch'', which got 2 stars but still made the list; list); films that managed to offend Ebert enough to get a zero star rating from him have those films' star rating replaced by a Thumbs Down icon (he awarded that to terrible movies that were also personally offensive to him in some form).
20th Aug '16 7:47:57 PM Dancedom
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-->"''Sphere'' feels rushed. The screenplay uses lots of talk to conceal the fact the story has never been grappled with. The effects and the sets are pitched at the level of made-for-TV fare. The only excellence is in the acting, and even then the screenplay puts the characters through so many U-turns that dramatic momentum is impossible.

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-->"''Sphere'' feels rushed. The screenplay uses lots of talk to conceal the fact the story has never been grappled with. The effects and the sets are pitched at the level of made-for-TV fare. The only excellence is in the acting, and even then the screenplay puts the characters through so many U-turns that dramatic momentum is impossible."
20th Aug '16 7:47:19 PM Dancedom
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* ''Literature/{{Sphere}}''
-->"''Sphere'' feels rushed. The screenplay uses lots of talk to conceal the fact the story has never been grappled with. The effects and the sets are pitched at the level of made-for-TV fare. The only excellence is in the acting, and even then the screenplay puts the characters through so many U-turns that dramatic momentum is impossible.
20th Aug '16 7:38:05 PM Dancedom
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* ''The Guardian''

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* ''The Guardian''''[[Film/TheGuardian1990 The Guardian]]''
20th Aug '16 7:04:41 AM Lymantria
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* ''An Main/AlanSmithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn''

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* ''An Main/AlanSmithee ''[[Film/AnAlanSmitheeFilmBurnHollywoodBurn An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn''Burn]]''
18th Aug '16 8:25:16 PM JamesAustin
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* ''[[Film/ShesOutOfControl She's Out of Control]]''

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* ''[[Film/ShesOutOfControl She's Out of Control]]''''Film/ShesOutOfControl''
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