Thursday, August 02, 2007

the worst film list!

...something new i'm on to - instead of valliantly battling bombay's insane traffic, i walk into the nearest cinema hall/multiplex n settle into a film! sucker that i am, this evening walked into the gorgeous art-deco liberty at marine lines for "bow barracks forever"...as usual, i'm anxious to get a seat plonk in the middle of the hall, the guy behind the window bellows, "arrey kahin bhi baith jao!"

all of six people in this 1000 seater!!...and i soon learnt why!...attrocious, if ever there was a film worse than this. hamming for acting, awful music, stereotypical representation, badly written dialogue repeated o so often (in case you didn't get it the first time) you want to cry, a camera so reluctant to move, a wafer thin plot...grrrr i could go on...

and captive audience that i was, stayed on till the very end!... and yes, you guessed it - nothing really happened!...

so which was your worst film?...let's compile a list!

6 comments:

tomato said...

the only amazing grace was moon moon sen's beautiful breasts.

Mukul said...

saw cash yesterday. one huge pile of expensive turd it is. absolutely awful.

Mukul said...

this will be a loooooong list, ajoo!!

ajay noronha said...

arrey! my reply to you two didn't get posted :( was saying that ya muks i steered clear from cash after reading the reviews! and you tomato, i'd say mms' breasts 'were' beauties ;)

Shabbir said...

I can add a few to the ever-growing compendium of horse manure which graces the silver screen most of the time.....

1. Shabd - The less said, the better. See it to know what I mean.

2. Ek Chalis Ki Last Local - The damned hero gets away with making two and a half crore rupees after the suckiest story ever created reaches its climax and I, the audience, is left wondering just what in the name of Syd Field happened here?

3. Cash - That's what this farce of a movie made and probably tons of it from the humble audience it attracted with its stylized promos. Sure, the songs are good (most of them atleast) and some of the comic situations are worth laughing at, but that's not enough to earn my respect Mr. Anubhav Sinha. Oh, and I saw this movie for free, thank God for that.

4. 5. 6. .... I'll leave the rest of the space for others to fill in.

ajay noronha said...

hahaha! shabbir, i guess we got to learn to smell the horse manure before we enter these films!