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Old 17-09-2013, 00:18
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Avatar. It's pretty painful to watch now, but I loved it at the time.
I still haven't seen that, didn't buy into the hype. In fact I haven't even seen The Matrix or any of the X-men films yet.
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Old 17-09-2013, 00:30
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The Breakfast Club

Then: Yeah, yeah - the 'kids' stick it to the man.

Now: The 'kids' are beyond parody.
Ha ha! Good one. That film is so pretentious. I can't believe I thought it was cool the first time around.
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Old 17-09-2013, 09:08
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Care Bears 2: The Second Generation
That Darkheart was a right evil bastard though...
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Old 17-09-2013, 11:03
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Ah, The Breakfast Club. That film where they turned a spikily, attractive punk teenager into a laughable, saccharine stereotype of a typical American 'mommy's girl'.
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Old 17-09-2013, 12:02
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John Boorman's Excalibur - I had fond memories of it but saw it again recently and thought it was overlong, fragmented and cringeworthy in places.
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Old 17-09-2013, 13:45
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The Craft. As a teen I thought it was amazing but I watched it recently and it was awful.
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Old 17-09-2013, 14:46
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The Goonies. It hasn't aged well.
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Old 17-09-2013, 16:27
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Hawk The Slayer
Time Bandits
Take that back. Take that back right now

I loved Hawk the Slayer when I was a kid. It almost sparked a riot while I was playing Dungeons and Dragons () over what kind of bow the elf was using. Geeks were real geeks back then.

I saw Time Bandits a couple of weeks ago and I still love it, but I'm a bit of a Terry Gilliam fanboy.
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Old 17-09-2013, 16:30
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Time Bandits has held up extremely well. It's one of Terry Gilliams's best films.

I punched a bloke in the face once for saying "Hawk the Slayer" was rubbish.
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Old 17-09-2013, 16:37
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I punched a bloke in the face once for saying "Hawk the Slayer" was rubbish.
Good for you.
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Old 17-09-2013, 16:53
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Time Bandits has held up extremely well. It's one of Terry Gilliams's best films.

I punched a bloke in the face once for saying "Hawk the Slayer" was rubbish.
Did you walk off into an eerie mist afterwards?
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Old 17-09-2013, 17:12
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re. The Breakfast Club. Even though all of my teenage years were in the '80s, I didn't get to see this film until last year. I was SHOCKED at how cringeworthy the whole enterprise is. It's just awful rubbish.
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Old 17-09-2013, 17:15
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Did you walk off into an eerie mist afterwards?
No.

I was defending the fantasy genre with terminal intensity, when what I should've said was "Dad, you're right. But let's give Krull a try, and we'll discuss it later."
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Old 17-09-2013, 17:18
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Oooh, Krull! I like that. Got it on DVD, and have been mocked by friends for admitting to it. Great film. Saw it at the cinema!
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Old 17-09-2013, 17:50
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The Goonies. It hasn't aged well.
Nonsense.

Define "not aged well"

Because the kids don't have ipads? The sense of fun, adventure and humour is as strong as ever - it is a great film for any time.
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Old 17-09-2013, 18:19
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I remember laughing until I cried at the cinema,when I saw Peter Sellers in 'The Magic Christian'.
It was not shown on TV for ages and ages and when it was,I advised everyone I knew to watch it.
And it stunk! Ah well,time is not kind to everything.......
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Old 19-09-2013, 15:31
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Nonsense.

Define "not aged well"

Because the kids don't have ipads? The sense of fun, adventure and humour is as strong as ever - it is a great film for any time.
It's mainly the fact that the Data character is such a stereotype and is treated as such is kind of cringe worthy nowadays.
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