Scott Foster
@ADFoster · 0:05

A Movie You Like Better Than Others

Name a movie that you like a lot better than your friends

#movie, #filmfan, #film, #favorite

Average Joe
@AverageJoe · 0:42
I haven't seen it in a long time, but I remember when the postman came out with Kevin Foster. Everybody told me how horrible it was. I thought it was pretty d*** good. So that's one that immediately jumps to my mind. I also am a big fan of Cabin Boy with Chris Elliott, which is notoriously a terrible film, according to everyone else. But I'm a Chris Elliott fan, especially in that window of time
Taylor J
@Taylor · 0:30
I have a couple of answers, one that I will bring up and hope to never discuss again because I feel like I've discussed it to death. But the last Jedi, I absolutely love if you don't like it, that's fine. I don't don't feel like hashing it out again. And then, of course, I think I have to throw the Batman films, you know which ones I'm talking about in there? Batman Forever. And Batman and Robin
Swell Team
@Swell · 0:15

Welcome to Swell!

Mtwadamela Ijogo
@Mtwadamela · 0:32
Well, the only movie that comes to my mind is a movie that I liked. Or I didn't like that. Everybody else around me seemed to love was, I believe it was Risky Business with Tom Cruise, the movie where he slid across the in his drawers and his socks. But I didn't like that movie at all. And I liked Tom Cruise. But I thought that was a terrible movie. I don't know what you guys think, but I thought that was really horrible
Bowie Rowan
@bowie · 1:29
I really liked the movie The Family Stone with Diane Keaton, and I forget his name. But Coach from the TV show Coach and Luke Wilson, Sarah Jessica Parker. There's a bunch of people in it. I really liked it. I thought it was delightful, and I had my friends watch it with me once close to the holidays, and they just tore it to shreds. They made fun of it so much, and it completely ruined the experience for me
phil spade
@Phil · 0:57

"Are all you guys named Mosley?"

I have two and the first one is Midnight Run, and that one. Now, to be fair, there are a couple of friends that I have that enjoy it as much as I do, but it's only a couple. Everybody else is just in that category of don't get at it or didn't think it was as funny as you do. But it is a comedy starring Charles Gruden, Robert De Niro, Jafet Koto as Alonso Mosley, FBI
RCGooner2002
@RCGooner2002 · 0:56
And when I got there and watched the movie, it was actually a pretty excellent suspense movie just because I had no idea that that's what this was going to be about and how intense it was going to be. And so since then I've always thought back and said, you know what? That was actually a very underrated movie, didn't get as much accolades as some of the other suspense movies out there. But I thought the same was fantastically put together and had a good plot
Tim Ereneta
@Tim · 2:05

great question!

It is a pop candy confection, brilliant use of color, motion and digital effects. The score from Michael Giaccino is brilliant. The acting is terrific, even though the dialogue is so stupid. It's written for a five year old to understand. Granted, the source material is not going to win any Nobel Prize for literature. It is a very light story. It is written for children to understand
Average Joe
@AverageJoe · 0:19
Tim, I have to agree with you. That was a beautiful looking film, and it wasn't, you know, it really got trashed and I had a good time with it, so I would have to add that to my list as well. I kind of enjoy that movie. Have to admit it

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