Films That Stole Time From My Life And I Know Suck Secret Of The Snoozefest Edition

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1. Bride And Prejudice (2005) is a perfect example of when trying to mix too many elements into a media product. Among the many elements are Jane Austen, Bollywood, contemporary songs that will not be timeless, and trying to please everybody. The pacing is horrible, the male lead is wooden, and the story is too condensed. I also think that they might have used different singers for the vocals in one musical number.

2. Back in 1993 I was kinda of okay with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III but looking back on it that the movie meanders too much in plot. Another thing is it feels now like they weren't even trying, especially with the apparent ancestor to Casey Jones being played by the same actor. When I was a kid this movie disappointed me though I couldn't tell you why but now I realize all the reasons it failed to impress.

3. The James Bond movie Skyfall (2012) starring Daniel Craig because of the shower scene, the villain's "teeth" problem (specifically how they got that way), the beginning being a waste of time, and a host of continuity problems in this movie. Example of a continuity problem is a door locking itself after two characters escape through it and never being unlocked again before Bond uses it.

4. Disney's Pocahontas released in 1995 is contrived, illogical, and boring. Also I think it is kind of racist for downplaying the problems Native Americans had back then. (Though things are kind of worse in a lot of ways currently for various tribes, but that is another topic all together.)


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