I saw that too in the cinema with a girl and a buddy.
2 hours of JL crying. This movie could be done in 30 min.
>i will randomly turn this movie on and send a picture of a really gay part via snapchat to my friends
>mfw one of them told me they opened it in public and some stranger saw it
how would i post a movie that i forgot exists?
When I saw Kingsman, 20 minutes in I heard some guy behind me ask, "What movie is this?"
Some people are clueless.
this is a movie starring only ryan reynolds and the whole movie takes place inside a box he is trapped in, extremely bold for a hollywood mainstream movie
What was that one which was similar about monkeys going into space to get a missing probe? An alien was using the probe to rule his planet and it got a sequel too.
It was the most god awful thing I had ever seen.
Wat? You must be gay or something.
By far the most forgettable capeshit movie. Its not even bad its just pointless.
Also theres about 30 animated kids movies in the past decade that are forgettable.
>It was on tv
I let it slide this time pal but you better watch your step.
saw this with a closeted friend who came out a year later
>tfw unknowingly went on a gay date to see bruno
Over the line. There are books and DVDs and online streams to discover. Something is fishy, I can smell it. I've never been more certain of anything in my life.
Does he really think that face is funny?
Hand puppets? The fuck are you talking about?
I remember having one of those tho. I can't remember which was mine and which was my cousins.
these badass things
These are all of them.
What kind of fag would take the monkey one?
just because they were made by fisher price doesn't mean they weren't sold at mcdonalds.
lel those movies are the worst.
I saw this movie in the theatre as a kid and actually really liked it at the time. Shame I forgot about it. Pretty sure I had one of the McDonald's hand puppet tie-in toys too.
All the Sweded remember tho, the movie has reruns every christmas.
Because the "big twist" was some of the most predictable shit I've seen on screen, and instead of acting scientific the token female scientist spent much of her part giving a bullshit impassioned speech about the "power of love"
The hell is that?
"From the makers of 'Dragons'"?
Did Dreamworks make a spin-off of How to Train Your Dragon called "Dragons"? I'm confused.
Everyone remembers this movie. Bad /=/ unpopular.
all great candidates
Why do people hate the love speech so much?
Why do you want them to be boring old scientist with no sympathy?
The twist was obvious but I still liked that bit a lot, that part had a lot of tension
This largely forgotten movie was also mismarketed as fuck
I was actually thinking of this movie today.
Remember how this was meant to be a trilogy?
I always wanted those toys.
Selenas career is beyond dead even with this. Don't do drugs kids.
Is there some sort of compilation image of all the posters of animated kids' movies that have the main character raising one eyebrow and smirking/crossing their arms smugly?
Big local push around here in southeast michigan for this movie. "OMG the director is from Ann Arbor they filmed scenes here!"
>One goddamn scene in the library that could be any other library ever
Dude spent the whole movie getting his ass kicked.
George Lopez was the villian
I saw this with my ex. Even though she turned away at the dick scenes and hated the movie, I had sex with her best friend as revenge.
>mfw she apologized but I still broke up with her
as if I'd let anyone cross or visually cuck me
What was the name of that movie that this surfer kid was from another planet or something and his kind was being hunted down by this guy that had these gliding monsters and the kid had a shape shifting dog that protects him?
>From the lead animator of 'Matrix Reloaded'
Plot was shit and I hate Adam Sandler but it had good Warner Bros. inspired animation you don't see a lot with CG crap.
I know someone who forgot it right away
>watching this in the living room
>dad walks in as the dick is flopping around on-screen for 30 seconds
I vaguely have flashbacks to some early morning Fox News report I saw as a child when this movie came out talking about "dangerous" toys being sold on the shelves.
I don't think I saw the actual movie until much later. All I recall was that the Doctor from Star Trek Voyager was a main character.
What are you gonna do about it? Ya, nothing, that's what I thought
thank you, I was wondering what that childhood movie that was not Treasure Planet was.
It's been in my head for years but I could never find it
It was a pretty solid epic space fantasy, and the animation is some of the best in the western world. It's actually better to watch as a young adult than as a child, though.
One of my favorites, to be honest.
Remember the direct to video animated sequel to Kangaroo Jack?
Then how come you forgot it?
>The Little vampire
Those childhood boner memories
The book by Roald Dahl was an okay read. It wasn't one of his better ones, though.
I used to relate heavily as a child to the themes in his books ("unique child up against both literally and figuratively monstrous adults" being a common motif)
Do all babies have pudgy bellies or is it just a shitty shoop?
What kind of epic memes would we get from this steaming pile if it came out today?
I'll take "Movies that were crushed by modern technology" for 200, Alex.
Tim Burton was a really good director but started tapering off in quality with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and going further downhill with Alice in Wonderland and Dark Shadows
Pretty sure Sweeney Todd was his last good movie.
I saw this on theaters. Goddamn it fucking sucked
you know this is meant to be watched with an audience, right?
Babies are weirdly shaped. Plus, I've always heard it referring to people's faces.
Lowest opening weekend of all time. They even aired the trailer before Brave so there's no excuse.
I saw The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (2005) in theaters
It was okay, aside from some unfittingly stupid lines of dialogue ("We're the good guys!") but I was surprised to see that no one actually cared about the later films based on the other books in the series.
A girl I dated who substitute teaches at a middle school says the books this was adapted from are really popular among her students
So I'm surprised the movie didn't get more love
>>Agent Cody Banks.
The main actor had a very punchable face. I feel like he should have been dangled from the ceiling in a sleeping bag and have had a punch of people stand around and take turns punching his ugly fucking face
You guys need to check out a certain someone's channel & website
It was just Wardrobe, Caspian, and the Dawn treader. I don't think they were releasing more because of some legal battle of sorts. But I looked it up. It's actually has a script. The silver chair. But who knows if it'll get made. It might since the movies gross generally well.
What actually happened in this movie?
Does Mike Myers even still have a career? He was one of the more popular comedy actors back in the late 1990s and early 2000s
After seeing Madea Goes to Jail in a theater, where he saw how the audience members would shout out advice to the characters on screen, Viselman was partially inspired to create a children's film in the vein of Teletubbies with the interactive aspect
>children's movie inspired by going to the theatre with black people
>want to think of good example to post in thread
>can't think of any because I've forgotten them all
you guys are all cheating
anyone know the name of that movie where these guys hunted monster/aliens ghost buster style? there was this aquatic mammal thing, some bugs that buried themselves under the skin of people, and even these alien dragons that they found all dead except for one juvenile?
I remember seeing this shit as a kid with my parents on a Sunday years ago but can't remember the name.
Charlie was such a fucking faggot. I remember seeing the actor who played him in a commercial years later. So glad he failed at life.
He's pretty much been blacklisted in hollywood after bailing on the Dieter (the SNL skit) film. He said the script wasn't good enough for his career. He wrote the script. Studio sued him, had to give back a bunch of money and then do Cat in the Hat. Dude's a one-trick pony anyway.
>hey boss, how should we do this battle scene
>Just fucking fill the screen with lasers.
>But how will people be able to tell what's going on?
>You're fired, get me someone who will put in more lasers. The boys down at marketing tell me more lasers more money. I want lasers everywhere. They don't even have to hit anything. Just have them flying across the screen, it will be more exciting that way.
This got a 2nd sequel that was released this year.
is there a canon explanation for those robut's garbage accuracy or is it just the usual star wars plot driving bullshit?
how can robots that are literally programmed to shoot their enemies miss? human error isn't a possibility and if they can't build robots to shoot straight I don't want to know what they have building their fucking space ships...
I actually really enjoy the first MK movie. It's fun and campy in a good way IMO and doesn't take itself too seriously.
The people in charge believe that getting a name actor to do a voice will put butts in seats so they're willing to spend more on voice talent than on script, directing, animation, and everything else.
It's a huge paycheck to just show up and read some lines in a recording booth. Almost no actual acting required.
Used to go to the mall they filmed a chunk of this in. I remember Orlando Jones having a career and they win by using Head and Shoulders..
>chasing your friend's lost soul across time and space
>giving up a year of your life to save him
It's written as a parody of pedantic Victorian prose, particularly the moralistic asides found in books for children, so if you enjoy that kind of writing or want to see it satirized to hell and back the series is a wonderful read
>from the producers who saw shrek
i dont think this counts, i remember it. also that chick makes my dick turn into a diamond.
Also this is thee most depressing thread iv ever been in.... fucking all those broken dreams and failed careers