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post what you think were underrated movies. ill get this ball rolling with 'the invention of lying'.
#2
UHF. not nearly enough people have seen that movie, and it's brilliant.
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#3
Back to the Future Part III. May not be as good as the first one, but it sure is a lot better than the at-times-yawn-inducing second one. I guess people dislike it because it is pretty much a western.
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Quote by Marshmelllow
Post some underrated movies. I'll get this ball rolling with "The Invention of Lying".


Fix'd. Sorry, it just annoys me

I have nothing else to contribute.

EDIT: Bruce Almighty
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#6
Marvel Studio's the Incredible Hulk, the one with Edward Norton, I honestly loved that movie.
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Fix'd. Sorry, it just annoys me

I have nothing else to contribute.

EDIT: Bruce Almighty



i don't believe in captialism. all my words shall remain lowercase
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Quote by Marshmelllow
i don't believe in captialism. all my words shall remain lowercase


Fair enough
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#9
Bridesmaids.
I know it's new and all, but it seems only women are really watching, when it's really a pretty funny movie. Better than any other film you'd take your girlfriend to right now.
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I also have hairy butt cheeks, I once shaved a letter 'W' on each cheek, so that when I bent over it spelled WoW.

warning, some of the contents of this post may not necessarily be completely true.
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Quote by Marshmelllow
i don't believe in captialism. all my words shall remain lowercase


There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
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that way theres more equality.... among the lowercases.



Anyway, the Godfather Part 3. Not as good as the first two, but a pretty good movie on it's own.
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#13
Quote by Marshmelllow
that way theres more equality.... among the lowercases.


but capitalism (which you spelled incorrectly) has nothing to do with capital letters. the word you were looking for is "capitalization."
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but capitalism (which you spelled incorrectly) has nothing to do with capital letters. the word you were looking for is "capitalization."


I think he's just trying to funny, man.
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The Room
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yes, babies tend to become a blue gooey liquid when kept inside a plastic bottle in the dark for a year.
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Quote by theogonia777
but capitalism (which you spelled incorrectly) has nothing to do with capital letters. the word you were looking for is "capitalization."

--the joke---


--your head--
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Quote by theogonia777
but capitalism (which you spelled incorrectly) has nothing to do with capital letters. the word you were looking for is "capitalization."


it was a joke. and capitalism is the correct spelling. ON WITH THE THREAD:

year one.
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Quote by Marshmelllow
it was a joke. and capitalism is the correct spelling.


i'm really tired. i should get to sleep. but you spelled it "captialism" the first time.
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OT: Godzilla (1998)

No dude. No.
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#23
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Fear and Loathing.
Lock Stock.
Snatch.


All these films except for 'Fear and Loathing' were immediately successful, and 'Fear' has since become a household name. I don't think they're underrated at all.
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#24
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No dude. No.

Take it back, now. That movie was great.
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#26
I will kick both of your asses over this. Seriously. Outside.
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#27
Quote by Marshmelllow
it was a joke. and capitalism is the correct spelling. ON WITH THE THREAD:

year one.


I hated Year One .-.

Anyways, Harry and the Hendersons.
Anyone?
#28
Quote by blackflag49
That movie was hawwwsome in third grade.


I was in 4th when I saw it, its amazing.
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#29
Quote by institutions
I hated Year One .-.

Anyways, Harry and the Hendersons.
Anyone?

Hell yeah Harry and the Hendersons.

I say that both The Orphanage and City of Lost Children are underrated in that people pass The Orphanage up. It's only five dollars at the store and completely stocked. City of Lost Children gets called weird every time I loan it out to someone even though it's not that weird at all.
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#31
Vanilla Sky. Nobody got it when it came out because it honestly just requires multiple viewings. But that's a good thing. I love emotion and drama mixed with science fiction, and Vanilla Sky is pretty much the best incarnation of that. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind comes in second. But that's not really underrated. It's appreciated by pretty much everyone I know that's watched it.
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#33
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All these films except for 'Fear and Loathing' were immediately successful, and 'Fear' has since become a household name. I don't think they're underrated at all.

They're more cult films though.

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Quote by Martyr's Prayer
Vanilla Sky. Nobody got it when it came out because it honestly just requires multiple viewings. But that's a good thing. I love emotion and drama mixed with science fiction, and Vanilla Sky is pretty much the best incarnation of that. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind comes in second. But that's not really underrated. It's appreciated by pretty much everyone I know that's watched it.

I hate Vanilla Sky. I honestly cannot stand it.
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The Cell by Tarsem Singh. I mean sure it had Jennifer Lopez in it, but it was definitely one of her better acting performances -- along with movies like U Turn. But really it was quite good; the art direction and elaborate costume design was beautiful; the acting was more than acceptable considering the cast; and the original score was done by Howard Shore, so of course it was sublime. On top of this though, it had a good plot, which was most important.

7.5/10
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Quote by Martyr's Prayer
Vanilla Sky. Nobody got it when it came out because it honestly just requires multiple viewings. But that's a good thing. I love emotion and drama mixed with science fiction, and Vanilla Sky is pretty much the best incarnation of that. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind comes in second. But that's not really underrated. It's appreciated by pretty much everyone I know that's watched it.

I came in to make a Vanilla Sky abortion joke, but I guess you beat me to it.

Seriously though, that movie was an absolute travesty of film with one good line worth remembering. "I'll see you in another life, when we are both cats." Other than that, the movie was pointless, and I've had to sit through it on multiple occasions, so I've seen it more than once.

OT: Top Gun. The movie was porn for Reagan supporters, but it was still quite intense in some spots.
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#37
Quote by NakedInTheRain
They're more cult films though.

EDIT:


I hate Vanilla Sky. I honestly cannot stand it.

Cult films are lesser known, not underrated. Being cult films, they're loved dearly.

Abre Los Ojos>Vanilla Sky.
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#38
I personally liked Vanilla Sky better. I think we've had this discussion before, actually. But yeah Vanilla Sky just connected more with me.

And yeah, if you can't relate to it, and don't like that style of film, you'll definitely hate it. It's a love it or hate it movie.
We're only strays.
#39
the wrestler

i dunno, i think it mightve won an oscar actually or some shit, its just the most recent movie ive seen that's actually had any emotional impact on me
#40
Quote by Martyr's Prayer
I personally liked Vanilla Sky better. I think we've had this discussion before, actually. But yeah Vanilla Sky just connected more with me.

And yeah, if you can't relate to it, and don't like that style of film, you'll definitely hate it. It's a love it or hate it movie.

I was basically saying it for the people who didn't like Vanilla Sky. Chances are, if they just have an issue with Tom Cruise, they might like Abre Los Ojos better.
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