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shac2846 1/10/2010 11:22:21 AM

Someone mentioned Garden State. How the hell does Garden State deserve to be on this list? That was mine and my fiance's first date and we still watch that movie like once a year. It was really good. I don't get it.

Saw Henry when I was in like 6th grade thinking it was a regular horror movie, I think the author is right it makes you feel sick like you need to take a shower or something after you watch it. Terrible.

If you think Passion of the Christ was a snuff film and that it was intended just to show violence the movie obviously wasn't made for you. Some of these movies, like the aformentioned Henry, actually were made to make you feel disgusted, the Passion isn't even remotely like that. It is powerful and there are many, many movies out there about the life of Christ but there is only one Passion. It is a very powerful movie. I still watch it at easter.

CaptAmerica04 1/11/2010 4:49:27 PM

Please add to this list: "Se7en" and "Event Horizon."  I saw both once.  And ONLY once.  And will never watch either movie again, because I felt dirty and soul-damaged after each one.  yech.

Jasinner 1/11/2010 6:02:18 PM

 I didn't want to see Grave for Fireflies on this list because I knew it would bring back memories of a film that ruined not  just my day but my whole month. I own Very Bad Things and think it is one of the best dark comedies of the last 20 years.  I would have to throw in a mention of 8mm, that movie was so disturbing that I felt I needed a bath after watching it. 

Jasinner 1/11/2010 6:31:45 PM

 I posted my first comment before reading the other posts. I'll have to say that if you've lived a lifestyle similar to the one depicted in Requiem for a Dream and Spun there is no need to watch those movies again. Those along with movies like Alpha Dog are very uncomfortable for me personally because I see a reflection of a bad time in my own life. Having lost friends and lovers in events far too similar to the events in those movies make them too painful to even talk about. I've talked to some veterans who say they can't watch Saving Private Ryan or Platoon because they are too real.

For all you perverts who think the best part of Requiem is the end scene with Jennifer Connolly, if you have a soul seeing, something like that will injure it in a way that you will never recover from. Once a person has been gripped by addiction to the point that they throw away all self respect simply to achieve that next high, and you can see that look in their eyes you can either walk away or you will get sucked in as well. I'm sorry to preach but unless you get the real message of Aronofsky's film you were wasting your time by watching it.

EagleManiac 1/13/2010 12:03:26 PM

Capt. America, I LOVE Se7en! It's in my top 10 of all time movies, and have watched it something like 10 times already! Excellent movie with outstanding acting......it was the movie that convinced me that Brad Pitt CAN act, if given the right role! And of course, Morgan Freeman is a consumate, amazing actor....he's one of my favorites!

kow626_home 1/14/2010 2:04:04 PM

what the hell? grave was good. requiem was good. saw is the equivalent of the sixth sense where if you've seen it once, no point in seeing it again cuz the twist is already known. still, all of those 3 are good movies.

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