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PostSubject: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Sat Jan 12, 2013 4:43 pm

I have to say, I couldn't have summed up the worst movies of 2012 any better than Brad and Jake did the other day. No, I didn't see The Oogieloves... or Madagascar 3 (I mean, I would if I was going to see it with any of the Snob Crew, but otherwise...) and I hadn't had a chance to see That's My Boy, which topped Jake's list. After listening to them talk about it, I had to see what all the fuss is about. I mean, it couldn't be that bad... could it?

Short answer: yes
Long answer: yes, with a "fuck you, Adam Sandler."

After watching this, I really can't believe they let Mr. Sandler make movies, anymore. Yeah, Happy Gilmore had its moments, Billy Madison had Bridgette Wilson in it, and 50 First Dates actually had me feeling bad for Drew Barrymore, which I never thought I'd be capable of doing. Ever. But man... MAN, was this movie a complete punch in the face and, as Jake said, a complete and total insult on so many levels... and yeah, the biggest one was probably the premise on which the whole movie is based. While the teacher/student sex was technically not "pedophilia," as Jake said, it's still something that is in no way, shape or form "funny..." and even the best of writers would be really hard pressed to make it into something funny, even in a satirical context. Yeah, it could be done, but... why? And the fact that they used Van Halen's "...And the Cradle Will Rock" to punctuate the teacher/student sex pissed me off, too. They were trying to be cute, but they just forever tainted one of my favorite Van Halen songs, instead. Did this movie go thirty seconds without making a stupid dick joke?

I could go on about what I didn't like about this movie, but for the sake of brevity, it was just absolutely unfunny from start to finish. Sandler, not funny. Samberg, not funny. (Will Forte and Nick Swardson have never been funny so they don't count.) "Oh, hey... let's get Tony Orlando to be in this. People will think that's funny because he was cool in the '70s..." not funny. Just an hour and fifty minutes (they made this thing almost two hours long?!?!) of pure, unadulterated shit on a stick with a glass of piss to wash it down.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Sat Jan 12, 2013 10:45 pm

As I've said before, it all boils down to one thing: money.

As long as Adam Sandler's movies make a boat load of money, he'll continue to crank out shit like this.

He needs a few big bombs in a row, I think, before he starts to switch things up.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Sun Jan 13, 2013 6:29 am

Frank Rizzo wrote:

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He needs a few big bombs in a row, I think, before he starts to switch things up.

Sandler's just another one-trick pony, I guess... which is sad, because he showed a lot of "promise" or whatever you wanna call it with his more serious roles.

As long as people wanna go see him do stupid voices and jokes that cater to fifteen year-olds... I guess we're stuck with this kind of crap from him.

...and I wholeheartedly agree with you - until people say, "We're tired of being treated like idiots with this kind of lowest common denominator drivel," we're going to be stuck with it showing up all the time.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:09 am

Similar to what happened to Eddie Murphy, is it not? Eddie used to make some pretty interesting and entertaining movies way back when: Golden Child, Coming to America, Beverly Hills Cop etc and then it all went downhill. In fact, Eddie still doesn't seem to have reached the bottom of that hill, sadly.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Sun Jan 13, 2013 12:10 pm

actually to be fair there are a couple of those that i liked that eddie did. not all of them were shit. i liked Dr. doolittle and it's sequel. nutty professor films were funny. none of these are considered classics in my book but they were fun.

i dunno what the last movie of i saw that i loved but it has been a long time. as for Adam Sandler i fucking HATED him on SNL. he wasn't funny at all. of the Adam Sandler films i like or dislike at the top of my head is i love

"happy gilmore' but i do agree with brad that chracter is an asshole. so the best part is having bob barker beat the fuck out him is priceless! the wedding singer i love. it's also my sister-in-laws favorite Sandler film.

little nicky was terrible. click is a fun movie, not one jake would like though. it's got a bit of both drama and comedy in it.
anger managment is a good one. not a great movie but Jack N. saves the film cause he's fucking awesome in that one.

i think that was the last film i saw of his to be honest. jack and jill when that came out i saw the trailer and like brad and many others thought it looked like shit. and i haven't seen it. my mom rented it and loved it. HUH? was my question to her. i heard 'grownups 'was good but i havne't seen it. they are currently last i heard making a sequel to that one.

i do agree that the guy is in his 40's now. i forget how old he actually is, but he NEEDS to stop making comedies that have him acting like he's 12 years old. some of it back in the day was funny and some of it wasn't. i don't care for his comedy records. some of them i did laugh at a few things but when gave those cd's away. no i didn't buy them i had found some cd's back when i was in high school someplace i forget where exactly?

anyways, brad is right in his video if you want to do comedy for a living that's fine but you have to want to actually be funny. and when he does those voices it is annoying as hell. now if you want someone who is talented

"Robin Wililams. he's a funny ass dude. he yes does voices in his act but the difference is he's funny as hell.
and doesn't just do comedies' he does drama and he's good at it, serial killers etc..

he doesn't just stick to comedies is my point. and it's only in certain flms where he does his voices. good morning vietnam' which is a classic is one of them.and that's one of his best filmis.

cause it's both a comedy and a drama. George Carlin is another. his act still was damn good till the end. yes it had ups and downs like any career. but he didn't just to comedy films either. he worked on his act and he stayed funny.

Adam Sandler's act of acting like a 12 year old has lost it's comedy. why do you want only 12 year olds or hell even younger as your audience? gross out humor can be funny when it's done right. but if it's not than it's just not funny and just plain Gross.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:42 pm

wildhoney66 wrote:
...George Carlin is another. his act still was damn good till the end. yes it had ups and downs like any career. but he didn't just to comedy films either. he worked on his act and he stayed funny...

I'd probably disagree with you, there... the last few comedy specials Carlin did were awful, in my opinion, anyway... his witty, sarcastic bitterness had just turned to plain ol' bitterness and as HUGE of a Carlin fan as I am, I just couldn't find a lot of humor in what he was putting out there.

Anyway, back to Sandler... some of his best movies (again, in my opinion) were the more serious movies he tackled... in particular, "Reign Over Me" was really, really good. I liked "Click" a lot, as well. "Funny People" and "Spanglish" also were pretty good movies to me, too. The one thing I noticed about all those movies is that Sandler didn't write them. Of his more comedic performances, "Big Daddy" comes to mind as one of the tops for him.

I'm glad he made the movies that he did back in the day, honestly. They served as a distraction from "the world around me," at the time. I'm glad he made them when he did, because then they wouldn't have to be made again (and again). I kinda thought he'd move on after a while... that maybe he'd grow. What maybe bothers me the most about him is that he doesn't see that, himself. It's like he just makes the same movie over and over (and over)... and to be quite honest, anyone can schlep together movies like that. It's almost like they put characters in one hat, dilemmas in another and resolutions in yet another and just draw them out of the hats and BAM... Sandler movie.

With the exception of "Grown Ups," his last few movies have tanked (I think the movie he wrote but didn't act in, "Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star," barely cracked $2 million in box office take, but that might have something to do with ultra-bad Nick Swardson starring in it). After looking at imdb, it seems a lot of his movies have tanked at the box office. Maybe he'll see what's going on and decide to challenge himself a little more... or... maybe he'll just make "Happy Gilmore II," instead.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:02 am

Totally agreed on George Carlin. Man was a comedy legend, but by his last 2-3 specials, he came across as just a bitter, hateful, cranky old man rather then the witty/sarcastic George of old.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:00 am

I don't know how true it is, but I recall hearing a while back that these days Sandler movies are essentially a form a charity. He throws them together and makes them relatively cheaply as a way to keep some friends of his who fill various production roles on the crew working. Can't blame him, rally, if I had his money and influence, I'd probably do the same thing for friends of mine, too.

As for the premise of "That's My Boy". Well, that one South Park episode did a good job playing the premise for laughs, but it was more about criticizing the gender double standard.

I do think there is some wiggle room of acceptability depending on the approach of the movie, though. Nailing your hot, female teacher isn't an uncommon fantasy among teenage boys, so perhaps a film that takes the point of view of being a teen's fantasy could incorporate it. It's the same kind of fiction logic that allows a main character in a romance story to act in ways that would be seen as obsessive,stalker-ish or even as rape if someone where to do it in real life.

But I haven't seen "That's my Boy" so I have no idea how they approached the tone or anything like that, so..
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:39 am

actually i like his last couple albums, his last one wasn't his best work no, but there's some good shit on it too.
his last 2 albums are a bit weaker cause i believe he was ill. when he did i forget the name of it in (2006) he looked horrible cause he was ill. and in his last special though he looked a LOT better he still looked ill. but a favorite of mine is the one he did in (1999)

yes that's one he complains about a lot of shit but a great deal about it is i agree with. damn i wish he was still with us

i'd LOVE To find out what he thought of the world today. as for Adam Sandler i haven't heard anything like you said about him doing these movies to help his friends. i do think he had promise as an actor though. it's sad really that his drama's are flops. kinda how like whenever Slvester Stallone tries things other than action films his films flop. yet i love the film 'Oscar' and i think that flopped way back in (1991) it's true not all his comedy's are great but some of them are fun to watch. also nobody seems to want him to do dramatic roles unless he plays Rocky it seems.

anyways i gotta admit after seeing Jake's response when him and Sarah went and saw it last summer and yes i know he can't stand adam sandler. that kinda turned me off the film.my movie guide by leonlard maltin and sorry for my bad spelling gave the film 2 stars! i think jake would say something along the lines of that's to fucking high of a rating. and i have a feeling he'd be right.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:39 pm

A lot of comedians are good at crossing over into drama. I do thing Sandler is quite good at it, and hope he tries again in the future.

Robin Williams was mentioned above as well, and I agree there. I personal never liked his over-the-top comedy characters most of the time, but I LOVE a lot of his more serious roles. As an angsty teen, "Dead Poet Society" spoke to me quite a bit, and his roles in "One Hour Photo", or even that one Law & Order: SVU episode were really impressive. I recently saw "World's Greatest Dad" and really liked it, even more it was more of a dark comedy, I think Williams was great in it.

To a lesser extent, same with Jim Carry. I was in the right age group when Ace Ventura came out, and loved that, but I really liked his later stuff like Truman Show, and Eternal Sunshine.

The funny voices and crazy faces type of humor has its place, but a lot of those comedians also have some untapped talent they shouldn't be afraid to pursue.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:52 pm

polygonalchemist wrote:
I don't know how true it is, but I recall hearing a while back that these days Sandler movies are essentially a form a charity. He throws them together and makes them relatively cheaply as a way to keep some friends of his who fill various production roles on the crew working. Can't blame him, rally, if I had his money and influence, I'd probably do the same thing for friends of mine, too.

Well, That's My Boy had a budget of over $70 million... and some of his others have been $80 million and higher... so... I dunno.

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As for the premise of "That's My Boy". Well, that one South Park episode did a good job playing the premise for laughs, but it was more about criticizing the gender double standard.

Yeah. The South Park you're referring to did a good job of satirizing the issue... but their premise was pretty unbelievable from the get-go, honestly.
While I'm on the subject... something I personally have seemed to notice over the more recent years in the media is that when a male teacher has been caught with a female student, there hasn't been a major-huge deal made of it, necessarily (sometimes, the only things that have been done have been the teacher moved to a different school district and not punished by law - this actually happened twice at my former high school, while a similar incident involving a female librarian resulted in her firing, but I don't think she was ever taken to court over it)... but every time a female teacher has been caught with a student, freakin' Nancy Grace and the rest of the national media is all over it like stink on poo, barking for the teacher to be locked up and the key thrown away.

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I do think there is some wiggle room of acceptability depending on the approach of the movie, though. Nailing your hot, female teacher isn't an uncommon fantasy among teenage boys, so perhaps a film that takes the point of view of being a teen's fantasy could incorporate it...

But I haven't seen "That's my Boy" so I have no idea how they approached the tone or anything like that, so..

Well, basically the kid gets caught bangin' the teacher on a piano by the entire student body and teachers at an assembly... and everyone, including the teachers cheer him on and consider him a "hero." They do send the teacher (played by Eva Martino and later on by her mother, Susan Sarandon - probably the most clever thing about the movie, honestly) to prison in the next scene, but it's literally a thirty second scene and they don't ever touch the "crime," again, instead opting to talk about how Sandler's character prospers from a movie deal he sold and whatnot (there's a scene at a party, a little later, where the guys talk about all the teachers they wished they had banged, anyway, but that's about it).

The movie also deals with incest, near the end... another really funny subject... but the point of this movie wasn't to discuss the deeper issues of hebephilia and incest and such, it was to be funny... and it didn't do that, either.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 8:45 pm

CSI:NY i think it was this season did a good episode where this dude ends up running from something and i forget what this guy does, but he tosses the gun in a dumpster and some kids find it and play with it. one checked it and saw it wasn't loaded but the gun had one left in the chamber and ends up kiling his friend.

anyways. he did go to jail for that at the end. and rigthtly so. but he kidnaped the principal that it turns out had fired him months ago, see the guy was a teacher and loved his job. but what happend was the principal misterstood something.
this is what happend a kid got hurt scrapped a knee or cut a hand or something. an this guy was trying to make this kid feel better by i think hugging the kid or something, i forget what he did honstly. anyways, the principal by the look of it

thought he was making a move on the kid. and once you hear his side of it he actually wasn't. he got fired for it. and i may have some of the details wrong mind you. but you kinda end up feeling sorry for him cause of what happend. and you realize the guy wasn't trying to fuck any kid. he was just trying to console him or her. i forget if it was a boy or girl.

my point is granted this was only a tv show. and i dunno what i would have done had i been the one to see this. but instead of listening to both the kid and asking the kid if he ha done anything bad in the kids eyes. or what the teacher had to say he was fired. so he ended up doing the shit like breaking the law. i forget what crime he had committed
i've only seen this episode once. but even though at the end you feel a bit sorry for the guy you also at the same time am glad he's caught as well.

my point is mistunderstandings also happen.

one thing that you also don't hear about but it happens is men getting raped. SVU i recall did an episode in one of the 1st three seasons i think? and it's a good one where women hire a stripper and they end up raping him.

and they try and say he wanted it and he actually didn't. and the guy ended up dead i believe. it's been again a long time since i saw that one. but still my point is that shit happens. and we never hear about it. yet when women

get raped we DO hear about it. it's like people say oh it's worse for women but not for men. i think it can go both ways honestly. it's a bad thing to happen to either sex. and it should be covered for both sexes. but it doesn't.

the film and book 'Disclosure' handles that WONDERFUL! when the book 1st came out a friend told me i wouldn't like it. but i took that challenge and i fucking loved the book cause it dealt with something totally different

a guy saying no and a woman not listening. he's the victim and she is the culprit that doesn't listen.
i also love the film as well. sorry for my ramble but i was trying to think of what happend in that episode and

i may have gotten some of it wrong so a heads up
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:02 pm


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a guy saying no and a woman not listening. he's the victim and she is the culprit that doesn't listen.

See? To me, that's funny as hell! I'm a guy and for some reason, men getting raped doesn't sound all that serious to me. How can you not be able to stop a woman from raping you in the first place? Unless you're weak as hell or drugged? Plus, don't you need an erection in order to be raped? If you get one, it must not be so bad now does it?

Sorry, I'm not trying to be an ass but to me, men getting raped is comedic Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:03 pm

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a guy saying no and a woman not listening. he's the victim and she is the culprit that doesn't listen.

See? To me, that's funny as hell! I'm a guy and for some reason, men getting raped doesn't sound all that serious to me. How can you not be able to stop a woman from raping you in the first place? Unless you're weak as hell or drugged? Plus, don't you need an erection in order to be raped? If you get one, it must not be so bad now does it?

Sorry, I'm not trying to be an ass but to me, men getting raped is comedic Rolling Eyes

I was watching Jerry Springer about....4-5 years ago, and the topic was men who were raped by women.

They dragged out this poor dude, had to be about 85 lbs soaking wet. He tells this big sob story about how he was at a party and this woman thought he was cute and wanted to do him, but he wasn't interested, so she forced herself upon him. Then they brought out the woman in question.....woman had to be about 350-400 lbs.

Just the imagery of it all made me laugh for a few seconds, even though, yes, rape isn't really a funny thing, no matter which gender it is that's getting raped.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:18 pm

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a guy saying no and a woman not listening. he's the victim and she is the culprit that doesn't listen.

See? To me, that's funny as hell! I'm a guy and for some reason, men getting raped doesn't sound all that serious to me. How can you not be able to stop a woman from raping you in the first place? Unless you're weak as hell or drugged? Plus, don't you need an erection in order to be raped? If you get one, it must not be so bad now does it?

Sorry, I'm not trying to be an ass but to me, men getting raped is comedic Rolling Eyes

I was watching Jerry Springer about....4-5 years ago, and the topic was men who were raped by women.

They dragged out this poor dude, had to be about 85 lbs soaking wet. He tells this big sob story about how he was at a party and this woman thought he was cute and wanted to do him, but he wasn't interested, so she forced herself upon him. Then they brought out the woman in question.....woman had to be about 350-400 lbs.

Just the imagery of it all made me laugh for a few seconds, even though, yes, rape isn't really a funny thing, no matter which gender it is that's getting raped.

Running away from her would have solved the matter I think but this being Jerry Springer I have my doubts about the legitimacy of the case in question, I mean, can you really get a more dramatic, not to mention pathetic case of '' woman raping man ''? This had to be fake. What the fuck? First off, the woman has to incapacitate you in order to be able to rape you. She has to be on top, no? Else, this cannot constitute rape, obviously. So how does a woman do that? There are many ways, none of them really easy to pull off except if she is real strong but then again, she has to make sure you have an erection which can prove difficult if yo do not want to fuck her! But then she has to actually get it in and hump you till she comes! It's a bit far-fetched to me honestly. If you really don't want it, why don't you punch her in the face while she's humping you? Self defense ftw!

Seen this way, I think the only time that a woman fucking a man should be considered rape is when she's ugly as shit. Just sayin'
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:22 pm

Subterfuge wrote:
Frank Rizzo wrote:
Subterfuge wrote:

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a guy saying no and a woman not listening. he's the victim and she is the culprit that doesn't listen.

See? To me, that's funny as hell! I'm a guy and for some reason, men getting raped doesn't sound all that serious to me. How can you not be able to stop a woman from raping you in the first place? Unless you're weak as hell or drugged? Plus, don't you need an erection in order to be raped? If you get one, it must not be so bad now does it?

Sorry, I'm not trying to be an ass but to me, men getting raped is comedic Rolling Eyes

I was watching Jerry Springer about....4-5 years ago, and the topic was men who were raped by women.

They dragged out this poor dude, had to be about 85 lbs soaking wet. He tells this big sob story about how he was at a party and this woman thought he was cute and wanted to do him, but he wasn't interested, so she forced herself upon him. Then they brought out the woman in question.....woman had to be about 350-400 lbs.

Just the imagery of it all made me laugh for a few seconds, even though, yes, rape isn't really a funny thing, no matter which gender it is that's getting raped.

Running away from her would have solved the matter I think but this being Jerry Springer I have my doubts about the legitimacy of the case in question, I mean, can you really get a more dramatic, not to mention pathetic case of '' woman raping man ''? This had to be fake. What the fuck? First off, the woman has to incapacitate you in order to be able to rape you. She has to be on top, no? Else, this cannot constitute rape, obviously. So how does a woman do that? There are many ways, none of them really easy to pull off except if she is real strong but then again, she has to make sure you have an erection which can prove difficult if yo do not want to fuck her! But then she has to actually get it in and hump you till she comes! It's a bit far-fetched to me honestly. If you really don't want it, why don't you punch her in the face while she's humping you? Self defense ftw!

Seen this way, I think the only time that a woman fucking a man should be considered rape is when she's ugly as shit. Just sayin'

LOL at you over-analyzing a freakin Jerry Springer episode....
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:25 pm


Hey! It's my day off! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:27 pm

I re-read your post, and now I'm imagining the voice of Comic Book Guy from The Simpsons as I read it. Hilarious!
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:42 pm


Well, I do have to underline the fact that my analysis wasn't specific to that Jerry Springer case you mentioned; I think it applies to most cases of '' woman raping man ''. It just doesn't compute for me * shrugs *
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:20 am

...aaaaaaaaand BOOM...

Topic derailed.

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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:35 am

so it's derailed it's still coming originally from that's my boy. as for my reason why it can be serious that men can be raped is how about this, 1stly Jerry Springer has said they write shit in to make it more dramatic.

2ndly in the SVU episode the actress who played the woman who raped this guy was "Paige Turco' hot as hell.
and the reason he didn't say yes was that he was a guy who i believe was married or engaged and didn't want to cheat on his woman. which than that i can understand. you guys are talking about how most guy won't say no. but there are guys out there who want to stay faithful who don't want to fuck everything that moves.

my point is it does happen and it may not be as often or important as when it happens to women. but it does happen. i think it can happen depending on the circumstances. yes it is a bit funny for it to happen to a guy. if anyone

has seen 'Night Patrol' and old (1984) film with Linda Blair. also one i'd love to see brad do as the snob.
the movie starts with Pat Morita getting raped. he's in drag and it's really one of those what the fuck scenes?

but it's funny at the same time. they may have done it for comedy, but let's face it there are a LOT of psycho bitches out there who no matter what they look like, going by how nuts they are you wouldn't want to fuck them. that's my take on it anyways.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:45 am

I guess I have the grace to not have seen Sandler's recently filmed excrement.

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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:42 pm

Man, this topic got dark fast.

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a guy saying no and a woman not listening. he's the victim and she is the culprit that doesn't listen.

See? To me, that's funny as hell! I'm a guy and for some reason, men getting raped doesn't sound all that serious to me. How can you not be able to stop a woman from raping you in the first place? Unless you're weak as hell or drugged? Plus, don't you need an erection in order to be raped? If you get one, it must not be so bad now does it?

Sorry, I'm not trying to be an ass but to me, men getting raped is comedic Rolling Eyes

It's possible to get an unwanted erection. Your body has a primal drive to re-produce, but that doesn't mean you actually want to have sex with that person. Even then, a woman can also sexual assault a man with a foreign object. Even if she can't overpower him, a group of women could, or maybe she's in a position of power over him (boss, teacher, etc) and simply coerces him.

Also, a man can obviously be raped by another man. In fact, this is another interesting double standard. How often is prison rape played for laughs in movies. Men who are actual victims of it do suffer a lot of the same psychological trauma that a woman does. Although in contrast, it is a kind of unsettling trend in some media to use rape as a cheap emotional back story for female characters. It's never played for laughs, though.
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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Wed Jan 16, 2013 1:25 am

A Serbian Film - This film is a juvenile comedy and nothing else. Characters came off as annoying or downright unexplained. I often didn't recognize some characters due to the editing and such. Which made it hard to tell what was going on. The porn was meh, the only thing I found appealing was the person chained up with no teeth. The rest is just... aghh.

Resident Evil 4.. 0r 5... Or whateverthefuck - The intro for this movie goes on forever and has horrid 3D stuff in it that just makes me feel drained of any fucks I could possibly give.


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PostSubject: Re: "Worst Movies of 2012"   Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:51 am

Heres the worst films ive seen this year in no order .

Rock Of Ages-Shitsoundtrack+shit story=shit movie
Hunger games-Overrated Battle royal ripp off for twilight fans
Silent hill 2-terrible follow up. I dont think anyone involved in this tried
Ghost rider 2:great director duo happen to make a film thats worse then the first.
Tim and Eric:Those two haven't been funny since after tom goes to the major. Will ferrels scene makes it even more painful
Taken2: unnecessary sequel that does nothing new
RE5:This series needs to fucking stop. ill stick with the games.
Paranormal activity 4:Even worse then the third. very lazy
Total Recall:Watereddown remake of an action classic/
Savages:More proof that Oliver stone is a shell of his former self. This film feels like a 6th grader trying to be Tarantino
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