01 November 2009

Worst. Movie. Ever.

Confessions of a Shopaholic is the worst excuse for a movie I have seen in a long, long, time. I even had very, very, low expectations, yet it is way worse than I thought it would be.

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  1. Ha, ha, I can't believe you actually watched it! Best film I've seen recently is the 500 Days of Summer. A very cute and enjoyable film. I can't wait for the Jane Campion film about John Keats, Bright Star...it sounds brilliant!

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  2. The book is just as bad! Probably worse since it inspired so many sequels!

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  3. Hi, Thomas! LOL at your reaction to the movie. I've seen it, and, unlike you, it elicited no strong feelings in me. Hehehe. I neither liked it nor hated it.

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  4. Mrs. B: I can't believe I watched it either.

    Cass: I was thinking it might be a bad version of Sex in the City. Instead it made Hannah Montana look sophisticated.

    Peter: Since you have good taste in books, I will let this one slide...

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  5. Why on earth did you watch that? You could have spent those 2 hours reading. Or doing housework. Or sticking red hot pins in your eyes. What a waste.

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  6. What shocks me more is that people will say they liked the book WITH A STRAIGHT FACE.

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  7. I've got an even worse one for you: My Best Friend's Girl, with Dane Cook and Kate Hudson. That was how I wasted a couple of hours a few weekends ago, and I'm still mad about it.

    Although others' suggestions here that the time could have been spent doing housework are a little disturbing--as bad as bad movies are, I think they're still better than doing housework. Could be just me, though.

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