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The Amazon Knee-Jerk Contrarian Game
List creator: spazgirl
Created on: August 8, 2004 - 7:29 AM PDT
Description: It's an Internet parlour game! Fun! Go to, look up a movie (or book or CD), scroll down to "See all [#] customer reviews", click, and choose "Show: Lowest Rated First". Vive la difference!

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Casablanca (1942)
  "It started out all cool and retro and stuff, and the black and white was a nice touch, but then it got totally stupid... But then it got okay again, cause Ingmar Bergman is like totally hot..."
Goodfellas (1990)
  "if they had left out that "F" word their would not have been any dialog at all.I do not think gansters used that word way back then anyway!"
Fargo (1996)
  "Like a bad Charlie's Angels episode, I found myself rooting for the bad guys because the hero (Frances McDormand) was such a dork."
Kill Bill vol.1 (2003)
  "Entertaining to watch chopping off crowds of people's feet, arms and head? That's why we need so many psychologists. If you guys/gals wanna relieve stress, please go for healthier activities like swimming."
Apocalypse Now (1979)
  "This is one of those movies which makes you wanna bang your head on the wall. First of all, there are no opening credits! What's the point of that?"
Amelie (2001)
  "This movie is to a straight man as a high pitched shrill siren is to an eardrum."
Vertigo (Special Edition) (1958)
  "We learn in the DVD bonus material that Hitchcock actually used a metronome to pace Kim Novak's final traipse up those wooden stairs...I reckon Hitchcock used the metronome throughout the movie and set to its slowest possible speed."
The Conversation (1974)
  "Harrison Ford shows up in a small role, but even that does not save this movie."
Walkabout (Criterion) (1971)
  "If you're feeling depressed, stay away from this. Instead watch the B-52s "Roam" video. It's uplifting, light, has a similar theme, and is just as meaningful."
My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Not Rated
  "The movie is by no means as colorful as the cover makes it appear to be."

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