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What adjective do you use most often to describe your movies?

I thought this would be fun to just describe your most recent, your most favorite, or your most hated movies in one word!

for me, lately, it has simply been...

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most recent
TOLERABLE

most favorite
INSPIRED

most hated
MAINSTREAM
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most recent: cheap

most favorite: greatest

most hated: retarded
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Most of the movies I pursue are "downbeat".
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The word(S) i would use would be:
FUCKINGAMAZING
I get that when i watch film classics such as, Die Hard, Predator and robocop.
Humour, violence and sheer entertainment.
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just watched "Finding Neverland" and i would be remiss if i didn't say...

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Movies I've seen so far this year with the exception of 1: surprising.
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I know it's grammatically incorrect, but I often use "DUDE!" as an adjective to describe stuff I like, including movies.
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I know it's grammatically incorrect, but I often use "DUDE!" as an adjective to describe stuff I like, including movies.
Including chicks?
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"Groin-grabbingly good"

But on a serious note, a friend has been using the word "catchy" way too often. Mostly she's referring to music, though.
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Originally Posted by Sadie
I get that when i watch film classics such as, Die Hard, Predator and robocop.
My oh my.
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