If you could inflict a film on your worst enemy, what would it be?

March 20, 2009 at 2:57 pm (film, Interview) (, , )

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Picture: j-fin

Everybody has a film they’ve watched so many times they can speak along with the characters. It works much the same as a wooly blanket and mug of soup when you’re ill – comforting and delicious. For me it’s Joe Wright’s Pride and Prejudice, mainly for the striding at the end.

Then there’s those films that you can’t belive you wasted 107 minutes of your life watching, such as Gurinder Chadher’s Bride and Prejudice. I wouldn’t inflict it on my worst enemy.

Or would I? I was curious to find out what films people would inflict on their enemies. So I asked the good people of London town:


Picture: shadowtech

Picture: shadowtech



  1. Sume said,


  2. Coppinoff said,

    Which idiot said Little Miss Sunshine? That one’s a beaut. I’m ashamed to admit that I haven’t seen most of them, though. Did anyone watch ‘The Da Vinci Code’? It was mind-boggling bad. I’d rather stick my head in a George Fopreman grill than watch that one again. We considered leaving about halfway into it but ended up sticking around ’til it finished. Worst decision of my life. Tom Hanks’s head looks like a balloon.

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