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If you could erase 3 movies from existence, what would they be?


Movies you can’t stand and wish they never existed in the first place.

1. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
2. Remember the Titans
3. Brokeback Mountain

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Disaster Movie 2008
The Room 2003
Movie 43 2013

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I like your two last picks although I strangely enjoyed Movie 43 on some level.

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1. Grease
2. Back to the Future (great movie but I have bad memories around the time I watched it )
3. Soul Plane

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Rock of ages (2012)

The good Sheperd (2006)

Batman V Superman (2016)

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U hate homos brahh?? Watch out for the sjw police they are coming for ya!!

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I’ve actually never seen the movie before so I wouldn’t know about that but I wish it never existed.

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"Movies you can’t stand and wish they never existed in the first place."

"I’ve actually never seen the movie before so I wouldn’t know about that but I wish it never existed."



Are you trolling bro? If not you have to explain yourself because you know DAMN well that doesn't make sense.

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Look dude, I didn’t have to watch “cannibal holocaust” to know that the torture and killing of real animals is dispicable.

I know enough about BB Mountain, umkay!!!

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Share your dark secrets with me man!

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You some kind of homophobe?

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If I don’t like Remember the Titans does that mean I hate straight people? Got any more tricks up your sleeve?

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Do the locker room scenes make you uncomfortable?

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Were there any gay characters in that locker room? Let me know when you have a point you’d like to make.

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According to the latest stats, 20% of that locker room was gay. Just a friendly fyi.

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What didn't you like about Brokeback Mountain. I thought it was a very sensitive film that portrayed friendship that took another step. So what? It's only human when it happens.

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It was an Oscar Bait movie that drove Heath Ledger to suicide and it broke up Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal. I have no solid proof of this but I’m satisfied with my conclusion.

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Firstly, it didn't drive Heath Ledger to suicide. Why would it?

Secondly, who gives a fuck if it broke up Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal, and once again, why would it? Did Taylor have a problem with two men kissing? Anyway, wasn't Taylor like twelve back in 2005?

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Yeah I loved Brokeback Mountain. I always thought it a beautiful love story. Also, the scenery was breathtaking, and Heath Ledger was beyond brilliant.
I was surprised to see it mentioned on this thread, but then I realized people were forming opinions without actually watching the movie. Weird.

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Jaws
Wolf of Wall Street
Schindler's List

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Wolf of Wall Street I wouldn't miss.

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Right? Love that movie.

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Gone with The Wind
I Spit on Your Grave
Star Wars

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I agree on Star Wars. I saw the first one in 1978 and nothing since.

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May I ask why Gone With The Wind?

It was as Remington Steele’s favorite movie, after all.

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racist

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Ah. Okay. I understand. Thank you.

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Remember it was made in 1939 and portrayed the era just before the Civil War. Racism was rampant before the war, and unfortunately it's starting to appear again, or maybe racism never ended it just takes a break now and then.

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it portrays a fantasy were slaves happily co-exist with their masters.

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They were the lucky ones, most were not.

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there are no lucky ones.

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