Tarry for the Nonce

March 13, 2007


Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 3:39 pm

Take a gander at the 100 Worst-Reviewed Films of All Time.

I’ve seen:
100: In the theater. I’m so ashamed.
66: On video late at night with friends. I was tired! I couldn’t run!
62: In the dollar theater. How was I to know? The Fifth Element was so good!
36: On video with friends. Wow, was it horrid.
19: On video with Andrew Mills. I didn’t care for The Whole Nine Yards, so I don’t quite remember how he talked me into it.

Rather than despairing these (approximately) ten hours of my life that can never be retrieved, I will instead acknowledge the 190 hours that I didn’t give away! Huzzah for me!



  1. Wow. I actually saw #1 in the theatre.

    Comment by Chrispy — March 13, 2007 @ 6:30 pm

  2. Catwoman was not high art but I thought it was agreeable, mindless fun.

    The Fifth Element is often used as a reference piece when demonstrating high-end video equipment. It has its positive attributes.

    Honestly, who could have predicted a Chris Kattan movie would be bad? OK, you got me. I just couldn’t type that with a straight face.

    The Whole Ten Yards points out the importance of only watching Howierama™-screened videos. The important thing here is that you’ve learned a lesson.

    Comment by Howard R — March 16, 2007 @ 10:48 pm

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