Which Movie Was A Big Letdown In The Last Year?

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39 Responses Mar 3, 2010

Iron Man, I saw it with my husband and I fell asleep threw it, I did not like the part I saw tho, too dull.

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<strong>i think that paranormal activity was a BIGGG LET DOWN bcuz at the end it was like not even real. </strong></p>
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<strong>like how her face got all in the camera and stuff.</strong></p>
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<strong>and for real a ghost dragging her?</strong></p>
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<strong>i mean i believe in some things bu just not that ! -</strong></p>

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australia....nicole kidman spoils every movie she is in....hate, spit, vomit her</p>

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Paranormal Activity was the worst i've seen in my entire watching of films. c'mon. reviews said that it was like soo scary that it was a must watch. i really slept through almost the whole. i only saw the begginning, a few middle pars and the finale. the end part was good (a little) but that's it. it was worse than the movie The Hunting of Rebecca Verlaine. it was ridicolous but my family can't handle it</p>

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I gotta go with funny people. I like adam sandler movies and seth rogan is slowly getting there, but really? I thought a movie called funny people would be funny.&nbsp;</p>

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public enemies</p>

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"Where the Wild Things Are" - it was kind of disappointing, I always loved the book, though.</p>

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Movies, there are movies? I spend all my time here, I don't watch movies!</p>

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District 9, it sucked, I thought it was more of a documentary, than a movie!&nbsp; I paid $20.00, to see the most boring movie of all time.</p>

District 9

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MILF Bone #3</p>

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<strong>The Day the Earth Stood Still.</strong></p>
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And it crushes me to say this as I am a big Keanu fan.</p>
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But come-one....plot? thriller? ex<x>pression?</p>
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Only survived due to cast, and cashing in on the "save-the-earth" wave.....not script.<br /><br />
Some things are best left NOT remade or&nbsp;adapted&nbsp;- IMHO</p>

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hello,the movie let down was (for me)heath ledgers last film,with terry gillians film"imaginarium of doctor parnassus,it was a joy to watch,because of&nbsp; the said actor,but i think terry went too far!love him(terry)he has a very vived imagination!!x</p>

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New Moon, and the year before that, Twilight, I figure I have at least two more years of pain and suffering to endure.</p>

The movie that was the biggest letdown was definitely District 9. I mean, if you see the trailer, you immediately know that it's a bogus sci-fi.

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I guess that I could say that the last movie that would be a big let down, other than the twilight movies, would have been one that I had gone to see recently, which was The Crazies. &nbsp;To me it was like watching any other movie about pandemics wiping out humans.</p>

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Avatar, it was better the first time when it was called Dances with Wolves... &nbsp;</p>

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<strong>SHUTTER&nbsp; [[shudder]]</strong></p>

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I have to agree with Paranormal Activity.&nbsp; It wasn't what it was hyped up to be.</p>

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Paranormal Activity. Everyone said, "Yo, dude, it's SOOOOO f*cking scary." My mom, dad, and I watched it and...what. The. Flippity. ****! I mean, c'mon, really? It's one of those, "Don't Go In The Closet" movies, except they try to make it seem like it's all real and ****. They always are the ones to run downstairs or go up into the attic just to find the scary, spooky something. What f*cking morons! And at the ending, when Micah's body comes flying at the camera, ya ever notice it comes out of bloody NOWHERE?! God...I hate advertising.</p>

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Inglorious Basterds.&nbsp; Could you please BEAT me over the head with your metaphor as if I have no ability to think, reason, or make connections on my own?&nbsp; That, and Brad Pitt's accent was in insult to anybody within a hundred-mile radius of the state of Tennessee.</p>

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I'll nominate Sam Raimi's "Drag Me to Hell", his eagerly awaited return to the innovative and darkly humorous horror films that he was&nbsp;renowned for prior to his fame as the director of the Spider Man series.&nbsp;</p>
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"Drag Me to Hell" was not so much disappointing as it was an "is that all there is?" kind of film.&nbsp; I really can't call it classic Raimi horror because the Evil Dead films were so much more creative and employed much more dark humor than DMTH.&nbsp;&nbsp;This film was half-hearted by comparison -- true, there were some nice gruesome moments but I didn't think that it worked on the visceral horror level as "The Evil Dead"&nbsp;&nbsp;or even "Dark Man."&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
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DMTH is&nbsp;mildly scary at parts&nbsp;(disappointingly tame for a Raimi flick), slightly gross (which upped the fun factor),&nbsp;occasionally novel (who doesn't appreciate a talking goat?), a little pokey,&nbsp;and finally, a bit forgetable&nbsp;overall&nbsp; .Maybe I expected too much since it was a Sam Raimi production;&nbsp;maybe my expectations will be&nbsp;justified when "Evil Dead 4" is released later this year.</p>

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The last **** I watched...&nbsp; it was so boring that I fell sleep...</p>

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Paranormal Activity. The previews made it look so good, but little did I know that they used all of the good parts in the previews. So sad.</p>

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<strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ALL OF THEM!........What a waste of money the films of TODAY are!</strong></p>

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I thought&nbsp; all of them were a big let down they picked all the wrong people to star in them, the story lines well there was none and just the quality I mean come on haven't we gotten a little better than this. And by the way I could not tell you the last time I have watched a movie</p>

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Sadly enough, I wasn't overly impressed with "Wolverine". &nbsp;I mean it was DEFINITELY better than "X-Men 3", but I think what I was most disappointed with was their interpretation of Remi LaBeau &nbsp; >.< &nbsp; I'd been looking forward to seeing Gambit being played in an X-Men movie and it was just SO disappointing!</p>

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Paranormal Activity. The good part was 30 seconds at the end. That was it. And the movie didn't come to any conclusions, so it was really just a big flop... I slept through half of it and fast forwarded through the rest...</p>

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finding never land was the worst movie ever it had nothing to do with finding nerverland i was so mad</p>

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I thought the hype would be over by now, I thought I could finally sleep well again and NOT be bothered by it anymore...</p>
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But late at night, a few months ago, I suddenly found my cellphone vibrating...</p>
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"hey wanna see the next twilight? xxx"</p>

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The film of Uncle Marty making fishing lures wearing only his boxer shorts.</p>

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this&nbsp; site is getting lame lately with dumb questions, going to quit soon</p>

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It had to be Avatar. James Cameron just throws ridiculous money at his movies. The hype and advertising around any of his projects guarantees full houses despite the actual quality. I will admit that the affects were good but affects alone a classic don't make. The plot was weak and the acting pants. It wasn't the worst but was surely the biggest letdown. Nothing could live up to that hype.&nbsp;</p>

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Enjoyed&nbsp;the&nbsp;films that&nbsp;I went to see:)</p>

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Benjamin Button....was a good 3hr sleep though</p>

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The last Star Trek went where no director should have gone...obscurity.</p>

Avatar no 3d......WTF no 3d...<br />
NO WAIT No Cinemax ! WTF

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Perfect Getaway.&nbsp; Surprising twists</p>

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The Book of Eli. I love Denzel&acute;s films, but this one I couldn&acute;t watch the whole film, terrible!&nbsp;</p>