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Old 02-07-2016, 03:02 AM   #66461
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Tropic Thunder is his best by far. Royal Tenenbaums is second.
Royal Tenenbaums is the best movie he's ever been in, but his best performance is Zoolander.
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Old 02-07-2016, 03:28 AM   #66462
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Old 02-07-2016, 03:33 AM   #66463
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The Ben Stiller Show is the best thing he has done. IMO he is at his best when he is playing the sketch comedy type characters ( Zoolander, Tropic Thunder, Dodgeball, Mystery Men,etc. ) as opposed to the roles where he plays the regular guy caught up in ridiculous situations ( Along Came Polly, The Duplex, Meet The Parents)
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What, like a board game or something?
I'd settle for that.
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Old 02-07-2016, 03:58 AM   #66465
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Well at least Foggy is bonafied.
No, he's 'bonefied'.
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Old 02-07-2016, 05:05 AM   #66466
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Still love SLP. Not a UO. But I just wanted to say that.
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Old 02-07-2016, 05:24 AM   #66467
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I actually thought Friday the 13th New Blood was a solid entry in the franchise, not sure why series fans rip it so much. Seemed like the first 4 films, girl with telekinetic and empathic powers aside.
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Old 02-07-2016, 06:17 AM   #66468
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Starsky & Hutch is the best Stiller film. Zoolander is not only not his best, it might be his worst. It's nearly unwatchable. One funny joke does not qualify a movie as a "comedy."

The Watch could have been the best Stiller film. It was legendary until the aliens started showing up and then it went to shit. But the first half is the best half of a film Stiller has ever done, I guess. It's a lot like This Is The End and (arguably) The World's End, where the stuff and comedy going on before the supernatural events happen is actually a lot funnier.

But that scene where Vaughn is playing with the Russian doll.... maybe I'm just an idiot, but between his fooling around and Stiller's reactions, I nearly had a heart attack in the theatre I was laughing so hard. I imagine that scene was ad-libbed, and if so, I think the non-Vaughn cast should have been given honouary Oscars for not laughing at Vaughn and ruining the scene, because I don't think that could have been done twice.

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Thanks for the edit & congrats for sobering up. Jonah Hill is not better than Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Frances McDormand, Alden Ehrenreich, Alison Pill, or even Fisher f*cking Stevens.
I like how you just knew I had a little to drink before posting the uncut version of that. Although he is on far with several you mentioned, I must say.

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The parody book was fun. I only want to see it cause P&P is my all time favorite book and I enjoy zombies so combining the two should be a blast on screen. I liked Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter....
Really? Interesting. I am averse to the book (and the novel) for the very reason that it just shamelessly "adapts" a classic novel, and I'm not even a huge Austen fan, just a general fan of keeping things at least somewhat respectful. I see no reason why Graham-Smithe could not have written his own Regency-era zombie novel without piggybacking.

And I feel like if I was a big Austen/P&P fan I would be all the more averse to it.

If P&P&Z was a fanfiction someone wrote, I'd be cool with that but to actually market it seriouly? It rubs me the wrong way.

Mind you, I haven't read it so it's entirely possible I'd like it, but I would feel dirty for doing so.

I also generally disprove of (and dislike, from what I've seen) the more fanciful adaptations of Dracula and Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and such, if you're wondering. And taken one step further, if someone made a movie of The Castle, but it was set in the 1970s and the town was replaced by a labryinthine disco dance hall and the castle was replaced by the dance floor itself (which for some reason is largely inaccessible to people in the lobby), I would legitimately be livid.

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Old 02-07-2016, 06:18 AM   #66469
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I actually thought Friday the 13th New Blood was a solid entry in the franchise, not sure why series fans rip it so much. Seemed like the first 4 films, girl with telekinetic and empathic powers aside.
Yeah it's pretty good. The best of the later sequels by far, however, is Jason Takes Manhattan (After Screwing Around On A Boat For A Long Time). Charles McCulloch remains one of the series most great side characters.
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Old 02-07-2016, 06:31 AM   #66470
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They did that for budget reasons. So they only had so much time and money to shoot in NY.
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Old 02-07-2016, 07:14 AM   #66471
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They did that for budget reasons. So they only had so much time and money to shoot in NY.
Indeed. And I am grateful for it, for it gave us one of the greatest quotes of all time (see sig).
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Old 02-07-2016, 07:20 AM   #66472
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The Cable Guy is the best thing Ben Stiller ever did.



So you did not see Mystery Men then ?. Still for me his best film. As for the Cable Guy I hated it.


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Old 02-07-2016, 07:58 AM   #66473
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You are all wrong. Ben Stiller is at his best in Simple Jack. A truly touching masterpiece.

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Old 02-07-2016, 10:47 AM   #66475
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UO Ben Stiller edition: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty was nowhere near as good as it could've/should've been
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Oh I really loved it. The cinematography and scoring was probably the best of any of his movies.
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Oh I really loved it. The cinematography and scoring was probably the best of any of his movies.
Definitely.
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Starsky & Hutch is the best Stiller film. Zoolander is not only not his best, it might be his worst. It's nearly unwatchable. One funny joke does not qualify a movie as a "comedy."

[Show spoiler]The Watch could have been the best Stiller film. It was legendary until the aliens started showing up and then it went to shit. But the first half is the best half of a film Stiller has ever done, I guess. It's a lot like This Is The End and (arguably) The World's End, where the stuff and comedy going on before the supernatural events happen is actually a lot funnier.

But that scene where Vaughn is playing with the Russian doll.... maybe I'm just an idiot, but between his fooling around and Stiller's reactions, I nearly had a heart attack in the theatre I was laughing so hard. I imagine that scene was ad-libbed, and if so, I think the non-Vaughn cast should have been given honouary Oscars for not laughing at Vaughn and ruining the scene, because I don't think that could have been done twice.

I like how you just knew I had a little to drink before posting the uncut version of that. Although he is on far with several you mentioned, I must say.

Really? Interesting. I am averse to the book (and the novel) for the very reason that it just shamelessly "adapts" a classic novel, and I'm not even a huge Austen fan, just a general fan of keeping things at least somewhat respectful. I see no reason why Graham-Smithe could not have written his own Regency-era zombie novel without piggybacking.

And I feel like if I was a big Austen/P&P fan I would be all the more averse to it.

If P&P&Z was a fanfiction someone wrote, I'd be cool with that but to actually market it seriouly? It rubs me the wrong way.

Mind you, I haven't read it so it's entirely possible I'd like it, but I would feel dirty for doing so.

I also generally disprove of (and dislike, from what I've seen) the more fanciful adaptations of Dracula and Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and such, if you're wondering. And taken one step further, if someone made a movie of The Castle, but it was set in the 1970s and the town was replaced by a labryinthine disco dance hall and the castle was replaced by the dance floor itself (which for some reason is largely inaccessible to people in the lobby), I would legitimately be livid.


I'm amazed how close your Bay ranking is to mine (ordinally, anyway).

The Rock
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13 Hours
Bad Boys
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Transformers: AoE
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Transformers
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I also hated Zoolander 1, which is why I will avoid the sequel. Even if I were interested, the fact that Bieber's in it cinches that I will probably never see it.
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I also hated Zoolander 1, which is why I will avoid the sequel. Even if I were interested, the fact that Bieber's in it cinches that I will probably never see it.
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